Hello, loves (and Fall!)
I’m so excited to bring to you my November Stitch Fix Review! I have to say, this was a goooood one. I love when my stylist just “gets” what I’m in the mood to wear. This time, I requested a dark pair of jeans, a jewel-toned or dark blazer, another moody floral piece (still going strong on this theme haha!), and a shirtdress. I knew it was a gamble asking for a shirtdress, as they almost ALWAYS don’t fit in the hips, or if they do, they’re swimming around the bust area. Alas, the curse of big hips and a less-than-voluptuous upper half 😉 This one didn’t work for me, and was way too short to wear as a dress. The ruffle tank, pictured solo, seemed a bit too 70’s for me, and I also noticed it had a small hole in it! Definitely a first in my Stitch Fix boxes, but it of course went back. Continue reading to see what I kept and what I passed on in my November Stitch Fix Review.
Blazer / Stitch Fix // Striped top / Elizabeth & Clarke // Jeans / MaviUSA from StitchFix // Scarf / H&M // Tote / Sole Society // Flats / BCBGeneration from Nordstrom Rack
The jeans are from a previous fix, and are a perpetual favorite. The blazer was lovely, had a cool herringbone pattern, and in a color that was so versatile, but at $98, I couldn’t justify keeping it.
Jeans / Liverpool Jeans from Stitch Fix // Blouse / Zara // Flats / Tory Burch // Bag / Botkier // Bracelet / Ronnie M Jewelry
I’d been in need of another pair of dark skinnies for some time now, and these fit like a dream. They’re a touch long to wear with flats, but are the perfect length to wear with heels, or scrunched up a bit. These were a steal at $78, because I will get SO much use out of them in the upcoming months.
Top / Stitch Fix / Skirt / Stitch Fix (past fix) // Heels / Ivanka Trump // Clutch / Vintage
This top represented my “moody floral” request, and I LOVE the lace detail at the top. It does force me to wear a strapless bra, but I’ll suffer to be able to wear this beauty! Blouse, $58, kept.
This is the aforementioned 70’s-ish top, which I was already not sold on, then I discovered a small hole near the seam.. Top, $54, returned.
Uggghh… It’s so cute!!!! Damn wide hips. Shirtdress, $64, returned.
All in all, I kept the jeans and floral blouse, based on projected wear and value overall. The blazer I kind of regret returning, but I’m sure my stylist can find another at a more reasonable price point.
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