I’ve Reached Stitch Fix Double Digits!

Maxson Brushed Knit Dress by Nine Britton, Stitch Fix.jpg

Yesterday I received my 10th Stitch Fix in the mail. It’s been about a year and a half since I first tried the styling service, and I am still happy with it. I always keep something!

Check out these cute pieces from my stylist, Leah, who’s been with me the whole time.

ITEM #1:

Brooks Crop Cargo Skinny Pant by Pistola, $88

Brooks Crop Cargo Skinny Pant by Pistola, Stitch Fix 2

These cargo skinny pants felt very similar to the cut of the distressed skinny jeans I got for last fall’s Fix. They’re snug as a bug… and felt a little too tight for comfort, since they’re so low-waisted. And I have a pair of skinnies in this hue already.

Brooks Crop Cargo Skinny Pant by Pistola, Stitch Fix

I also felt like they weren’t quite flattering. I don’t really need much attention to my thighs, and the cargo pockets do just that.

Verdict: Returned.

 

ITEM #2:

Zoe Essential Ankle Zip Skinny Pant by 41 Hawthorn, $88

Zoe Essential Ankle Zip Skinny Pant by 41 Hawthorn with Alijah Lace Up Back Detail Pullover by Madison Lily, Stitch Fix outfit

These pants were really comfortable and stretchy, and are made for a dressier occasion, so at first I was excited about them… but then I noticed how oddly high the waist was and how the zippers at the bottom don’t easily get along with my booties (which we know I wear almost every day in the fall and winter). Boo! They were so close.

Verdict: Returned.

 

ITEM #3:

Alijah Lace Up Back Detail Pullover by Madison Lily, $42

Alijah Lace Up Back Detail Pullover by Madison Lily, Stitch Fix

You can see the front of this pullover in the Item #2 photo. It’s simple and nice, but I am just not a fan of the detailed back or where it falls on my hips. I like my sweaters a little longer.

Verdict: Returned.

 

ITEM #4:

Maxson Brushed Knit Dress by Nine Britton, $50

Maxson Brushed Knit Dress by Nine Britton Stitch Fix dress

When I posted an Instagram story of me in this dress, I got more than a few messages about how pretty it was! It’s definitely my style, through and through. But it was eerily similar to the dress (below) that I got for a wedding weekend in Philly… and I just couldn’t justify it.

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I do love me some off-the-shoulder dresses and tops. Oh well!

Verdict: Returned.

So what did I keep?

I saved the best for last!

But first…

Harper the Bat Dog photobombs my Stitch Fix session

I had a spectator for this little fashion show. Hi, Harps!

Harper

Fine, you can have a glamour shot, too, pretty girl. πŸ™‚

Anyway…

ITEM #5:

Chapleen Cargo Jacket by Tinsel, $88

Chapleen Cargo Jacket by Tinsel, Stitch Fix

Last but certainly not least, this dark purple jacket fits like a glove, has comfy pockets, and dons a hood for light rain and snow. I’ve really been needing a jacket like this. I have one in army green, but it’s 10,000 times too big, as I bought it to be big even when I was 30 pounds heavier... so, this jacket, ladies and gentlemen, takes home the prize!

Close up of Chapleen Cargo Jacket by Tinsel, Stitch Fix

Verdict: KEPT!

(Harper’s photobombing legs are hilarious in this picture.)

I am even more excited about this keep because I have just enough Stitch Fix referral credit to get it for … ZERO DOLLARS. With a wedding and a house to save for, this steal gets me giddy. Yay!

Have you tried Stitch Fix yet?

 

 

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