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.
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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”.
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First item up:
Laju Omaha Two Pocket Top ($58)
Such a fun little top. The fabric is super soft and the fit is comfortably loose. Loved this one!
Honey Punch Jema Marled Cable Pullover ($64) + Vigoss Erika Skinny Jean ($68)
This green sweater is very different from anything I’ve seen before. The fun cable twist in the front and the back give it such a cool texture and detail. It was soft and not itchy at all, something I always have to take into consideration with my sensitive skin. I like the relaxed fit.
These black jeans have a little distressing but not too much, and the fabric is very thick but stretchy. These jeans were my one keep from this fix, I have already worn them a couple of times and they are super comfy and forgiving. (Hello holiday eating!)
Burgundy Lemon Tart Skyros Quilted Wool Vest ($78)
I am such a sucker for a vest, I wear one almost everyday. This one was super thick and warm, but tailored very nicely.
Noisy May Pacheco Turtleneck Pullover ($48)
I loved this. The truth is I don’t know if my winter body is ready for horizontal stripes right now. (Can you tell that I don’t take myself very seriously with these poses? Gah!)
And that’s a wrap for this Stitch Fix Review. I’m going to head back to gingerbread house decorating with the kiddos 🙂