Its always fun seeing a teal little box waiting for you at home! Stitch Fix is like having Christmas morning every month at your doorstep!! I wasn’t even aware this fix was coming, because I usually peek to see what I am getting before I receive it. Yes, I am impatient like that heheh 😉 This fix was a total surprise. I would rate this fix an 8. Lots of pieces that are either my style or pieces I’m not sure why I have tired sooner that are ideal for fall. My stylist has been doing a great job really understanding my style since the little hiccup I had with them over the summer (read all about it here).
I’m sure everyone and their mother know about Stitch Fix, but it case you’re uncertain it’s a clothing subscription box. You can choose from women, men and even children clothing. You fill out a survey online detailing your style, sizes, what you like or dislike. How often you receive a fix, is totally up to you. You can get them monthly, every two weeks, quarterly. You pay a $20 styling fee upfront that can be used towards your purchase. A stylist will then pick 5 items depending on your profile. Once you receive your fix, you have a couple of days to try on and decide what you’ll like to keep and send everything you didn’t like back in a prepaid shipping bag. If there is something you love, but the size was off, they also offer exchanges. It’s that simple, my friends!
Cozy upon cozy. I wish you can feel how soft this sweater is. It’s my favorite piece from this whole fix. I love how chunky this pullover is without overwhelming you. I can’t stand big, chunky (in a bad way) or stiff sweaters. This sweater has a more relaxed fit which is great for tucking in. The bright mustard color also makes this item a must. Definitely brightens up any fall or winter outfit. I also appreciate how short it is in length. Sometimes I just want a sweater the fits right at my waist which can be a little tricky when you’re petite.
When I saw this piece in my box I honestly thought I wouldn’t even like it. I don’t own any blue denim skirts. Never been my style. But this is one of the reasons I love Stitch Fix. You get to try on pieces you normally wouldn’t buy yourself. The quality of this skirt is awesome! Very well made. It’s on the thicker side, perfect for fall, yet very breathable and soft. Plus, it has amazing stretch!!
I am a huge fan of details that makes an item more special. This oatmeal sweater has scallop details on the hem, which I love. Honestly I love everything about this sweater expect for the material. There isn’t anything worse than an itchy sweater, right? I would not be able to last a whole day without changing into something else. Unfortunately, I will have to pass on this sweater.
I was introduce to Vixbe clothing brand through stitch fix. Everything I have received from this brand has been fun and unique pieces. You already know I am all about animal prints, specially leopard. I am also a huge fan of wrap style pieces. Yet, I’m still not sure about this top. Should I add this to my wardrobe? Or is it too blah and should be sent back?
I recently talked about getting your wardrobe ready for fall which include doing a closet detox. When I did my closet detox, I got rid of most of my statement necklaces. Now that I am a certified statement earrings fanatic, I don’t really gravitate towards statement necklaces anymore. So it wouldn’t be ideal to keep this necklace. Plus, it’s not my style at all. I am all about bold colors, but I’m not sure if its the colors or the style thats just not working with me. The polka dot is reminding my of cookies and cream.
What are your favorite pieces from this fall stitch fix try on haul? What should I keep? What should send back?