Winter break was busy, loud and full of spontaneous fun mixed in with a lot of little whining voices. I’d like to say that I look forward to winter break with all my kids home but if I’m being completely honest, I need another snow day like I need another Chuck E. Cheese’s birthday invite. I just don’t have much left in me this January. That’s why my January Stitch Fix box was especially welcome in the New Year! A lil’ something just for me.
I LOVED this fix. Which may seem weird because I only ended up keeping one thing, but I really loved the options my stylist Lucy sent.
Signs it’s time to give Stitch Fix a try:
- you loathe dressing room lighting
- you don’t usually try new things or styles
- you are wearing sweatpants while you’re reading this
- you love getting packages in the mail
- you have a special event coming up and need an outfit
- you don’t want a sales person telling you how great something looks on you while you stand awkwardly in a three-way mirror
- you would rather pay a little more for a few things you really like, than a bunch of stuff you found on a clearance rack
Still not convinced? Be sure to enter my giveaway below, and you could win a $20 styling fee to try Stitch Fix on me!
Here are the goodies in this month’s Stitch Fix box:
RD Style Sal Checkered Open Cardigan ($78)
Loved this! It is so soft and cozy and while boxy, the fitted sleeves were a great touch. I ended up returning this because the sleeves were a little short on me and I was put off by the price tag.
Loveappella Evie Draw String Funnel Neck Sweatshirt ($64)
If you follow other Stitch Fix reviewers, you’ve seen this sweatshirt in several colors. It’s soft and pretty thin, and it’s just plan comfy. I know I would wear this, but I ended up returning it because it was just a basic and I didn’t think the thin material would wash well. I can see why this shirt is so popular though!
Market & Spruce Cilia Cowl Neck Poncho ($78)
I asked my stylist for a poncho to try, I haven’t jumped on the poncho trend and I wasn’t sure how I would feel about the look. The idea of wearing a blanket sounds fabulous though. This was a great basic style poncho but in the end it just felt like a lot of fabric for my 5 foot 4 in frame. Just not my look. But if you’re looking for a poncho, I think this would be a great one to try.
Just Black Bryden High Rise Distressed Straight Leg Jean ($88)
YOU GUYS. These are the jeans. High waisted jeans are the best thing to happen to mamas since those little applesauce pouches were invented. These are so super soft, a little distressed and fit like a dream. I have worn them three days in a row now. You need these jeans. As my stylist noted on my style card, “these jeans have a straight fit through the leg and a high rise, making them more flattering than super baggy boyfriend jeans.” Pin these bad boys.
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Pixley Malynn Asymmetrical Soft Moto Vest ($58)
This is a great, comfortable vest with a little edgy style. I was close to keeping this one because it’s so cute but it is very similar to the jacket I kept from my last fix.
Target has a very similar style for under $20! Buy it here
And now for the really fun part, a $20 Stitch Fix gift card giveaway!
Check out all of my other Stitch Fix Reviews:
July 2015 – Cynthia
Stitch Fix Fails #1
Stitch Fix Fails #2
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