Holiday Stitch Fix Review

stitch fix december 2017

It’s been a long while since I’ve done a Stitch Fix Review! I requested warm weather layers and some black jeans for this fix, and specifically wanted something in plaid. My stylist delivered! I would have loved to keep all the items in this fix.

stitch fix review december 2017

If you are new to Stitch Fix, start here to learn all about how the online personal clothing styling service works. And don’t forget, you can give someone the gift of Stitch Fix with a gift card (last-minute shoppers rejoice!)

These pictures are crap, but hey I never said I was a #fashionblogger. It’s almost Christmas, all of the children are home full-time (OMG) and it’s just hard to get anything done. My six-year-old daughter was insistent on “helping me” as my photographer, so…here’s to being the mom that says “yes”. {read more}

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DIY Peppermint Hand Scrub

Today I’m sharing how to make this super easy DIY Peppermint Hand Scrub. If you’re anything like me, the dry air and changes in weather are leaving your hands in much need of some TLC. This easy little DIY is a great gift to give, and uses just a few ingredients.

The original base for this hand scrub recipe is simply sugar and Dawn Hand Renewal dish soap. I found the recipe years ago, it’s a copycat of Mary Kay Satin Hands. I’ve added a couple more ingredients and festive twist in this version. {read more}

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Try Stitch Fix Risk-Free

Hi guys! I wanted to post a quick update about the online clothing styling service Stitch Fix. (If you haven’t heard about Stitch Fix yet, start here to get all the details.)

Stitch Fix is waving the $20 styling fee for your first box now through November 30th! If you have always wanted to try the online fashion service, this is a great risk-free way to see what it’s all about. Maybe you are looking for something new to wear for the holidays? Or perhaps you could use a few more warm weather things as the temperature is dropping. Whatever your fashion needs, now is the time to give Stitch Fix a try. My favorite thing about this service is being able to try things on at home, in front of my own mirror, without that horrible dressing room lighting! {read more}

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Three Ways to Reuse Your Stitch Fix Boxes

Today I’m sharing three different ways to reuse your Stitch Fix boxes. If you haven’t read my recent Stitch Fix Review, head on over now and be sure to enter my giveaway!

If you’re a loyal Stitch Fix customer, keep your boxes! The inside of the box has a cute print, and if you turn them inside out you can upcycle them for different uses. Here are three of my favorites!

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How to Reuse Your Stitch Fix Boxes

Organization

Carefully take your box apart, and retape it together inside out to get a cute, patterned box you can use for anything. I use several in my closet to keep scarves, hats and other misc items organized. You could keep one in your front closet, or even in your car for small items that need a place to go. {read more}

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New Year Stitch Fix Review + Giveaway!

I’m back with my latest Stitch Fix Review and…a GIVEAWAY!

This Stitch Fix box was a fun one. It’s been super cold and grey here in the Northwest so I was looking for layers and comfy pieces, with pops of color. I also requested a pair of sneakers and some black distressed jeans. While I had some fit issues, I loved these selections my stylist made for me.

*This post contains affiliate links and I may be compensated for this post. As always, my opinions are all my own.

Wondering what the heck Stitch Fix is? Start here! {read more}

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