You guys. I was about to give up on Stitch Fix and I’m so glad I didn’t! I have found my stylist. (If you’re wondering, her name is Julie. Julie, you are rad. I have a feeling we are going to get to know each other well.)
This time around I asked for fall pieces and made some specific requests, like eggplant jeans and a peplum top. While I didn’t get those exact items, I feel like Julie really got my style and definitely paid attention to my Stitch Fix Pinterest board. I loved everything she sent.
Before I jump into it, if you don’t know what I’m talking about, Stitch Fix is an online personal clothing styling service. It’s pretty darn fabulous. You can read more specifics about it on my first Stitch Fix review. (Hint: you can try it once, you don’t have to commit!)
And we aren’t going to talk about my hair. I cannot deal. #thickhairproblems
Sanctuary Malik Jacket ($148)
Julie’s picked this jacket because I had pinned some similar looks. I liked it but I didn’t love it, and I do have a very similar jacket in navy blue. Cute look, but I also thought it was overpriced.
Le Sample Morada Embroidery Detail Top ($54)
Isn’t this the cutest top? I love the color and all the detail. And it has the peplum shape I asked for. I knew I would wear this and love it, but I just couldn’t keep everything!
Pixley Greenich Striped Knit Top ($48)
You had me at elbow patches. At first glance, I thought this was just a basic, striped t-shirt but then I saw the cool details – leather elbow patches and side slits. I love the leather for a little edge and the fabric is thick and soft.
Liverpool Anita Skinny Pant ($78)
Well these are like what I imagine wearing butter would be like. They are basically a legging but the fabric is ah-mazing. Super soft and stretchy and just…ahhhhh. I love the olive green color and I know I will get a lot of wear out of them with tall boots and booties in the cooler weather.
Street Level Alder Zip Top Tote ($58)
Love! I had asked for a camel colored bag and I thought this might be too big but I love the size, because with three kids I am always carting around all sorts of stuff. I like that it has a zipper closure and inside pockets. Way better than a diaper bag.
I think I might need to get a part-time job to start paying for my Stitch Fix addiction!
Don’t forget to check out my other Stitch Fix Reviews:
July 2015 – Cynthia
Stitch Fix Fails #1
Stitch Fix Fails #2
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Until next time…