Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016

Do you know about Stitch Fix? If not, you should, because Now you can have your own personal stylist!! Head on down to the bottom of this post to find out more, or keep reading for more on my Fall “fixes”.

 

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016

 

Stitch Fix Review Fall Catch-Up Edition

This fall was wonderful and fun, but crazy busy!  So, I have a few fixes to catch you up on, and they include some great fall/winter pieces.

First is the Skies Are Blue Belby V-neck Blouse.  I love a dark floral for fall and winter, and this piece is no exception.

 

 

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016- skies are blue belby v-neck blouse

The Edyson Hampton skinny cords that I also received in this fix are perfect with this top.

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016 - Edyson Hampton Corduroy Skinny Jean

 

I thought that these DV8 Glinda Wedge booties (from the same fix) would be a pairing for this outfit, but I just didn’t love them– they were too tall for my every-day wear, and just a bit much with this outfit.

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016 - DV8 Glinda Wedge Bootie

 

However, I added these lower brown suede booties (a steal from Amazon) and my uber-versatile gold pendant and cuff from Rocksbox* and the result was much more in my comfort zone.

 

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016- skies are blue belby v-neck blouse and edyson hampton corduroy skinny jean

I tried this same pant and bootie combo with the Napean Sea Rd Strittmatter Wrap Front Top.

 

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016 - Napean Sea Rd Strittmatter Wrap Front Top

I liked this top in theory, but found the quality to be very lacking and the fit was odd on me  No, it’s not tucked– that’s the way it lays in the front.  The material was also very thin, and seams were uneven.   A definite no for me.

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016 - Napean Sea Rd Strittmatter Wrap Front Top

 

I don’t own any true mustard pieces, so I was glad to get to try the Pixley Nilla Button Back sweater.  The color was definitely VERY mustard, but I gave it a shot.

 

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016 - Pixley Nilla Button Back Sweater

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016 - Pixley Nilla Button Back Sweater

 

I paired this with some black leggings, my favorite Ugg ballet flats (similar) and a leopard scarf.

Stitch Fix Review Fall 2016 - Pixley Nilla Button Back Sweater

 

I actually liked the color combination, but sweater was really boxy on my frame (not as noticeable in this pic because of my stance), and the buttons gapped oddly despite the looseness of the fit.

 

So, what did I keep? Here’s the rundown:

Edyson Hampton Corduroy Skinny Jean (Petite Sizing) – KEPT
Pixley Nilla Button Back Sweater – RETURNED
Skies are Blue Nelby V-Neck Blouse- KEPT
DV8 Glinda Wedge Bootie – RETURNED
Napean Sea Rd Strittmatter Wrap Front Top – RETURNED

*Discount/Referral links

  • Use invite code KATIERBFF6 to try Rocksbox free for the first month ($19 discount), and I get a small credit toward more jewelry to share with you in future posts
  • Schedule your first box from Stitch Fix selected just for you by your own personal stylist (I receive a small credit from Stitch Fix for each person who uses my link as well)

What is Stitch Fix Anyway?

For those of you unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, in short it is an online personal styling service that sends five pieces of clothing and/or accessories that have been selected specifically for you by a personal stylist, based on your style, budget, and fit preferences. Your “fix” is delivered right to your door, and you can try everything on in the comfort of your home and style each piece with items you already own before decide what you’d like to keep. Keep what you want, and then send the rest back in the prepaid mailer. You pay only for what you keep, and while there is a $20 styling fee, this amount is deducted from the cost of the items you choose to keep. If you keep all five items, a 25% discount is applied.

It’s like Christmas to get a box of beautiful clothes that my sweet stylist has picked out just for me! I love shopping, but Iately I’m focusing on buying fewer, higher quality pieces that I absolutely love (rather than filling my closet with lots of “good deals” that I don’t feel fantastic wearing). Stitch Fix is helping me tremendously with this, and helps me discover new favorite pieces that I wouldn’t necessarily have picked for myself but end up loving.

Currently, I receive a scheduled “fix” each month (you can choose to schedule deliveries, or just request a box each time you want one).

Want to join the Stitch Fix fun yourself? Head on over and sign up! You’ll be glad you did

 

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