Good morning! I recently received my Stitch Fix items for the month of February and I am excited to share my goods with you.
Stitch Fix is an online service that pairs you with a personal stylist who selects 5 pieces each month that are delivered right to your front door. You keep what you want and return what you don’t. If you are interested in learning more, you can read about it in my previous post.
What I love most about SF is that my stylist sends me items I probably wouldn’t have chosen for myself but I end up loving. As you know, I hate shopping at the mall so this is super convenient for me. Parent or not, nobody has time for the mall these days.
This month, my stylist Katie (who is awesome by the way) picked some great pieces for me. I was happy with almost all of my items and wanted to share them with you (note to self: clean mirror):
Dawney scallop trim blouse (by 41Hawthorn) + Dean skinny jeans (by Just Black)
This top is so, so cute. It’s a deep navy and very soft. There is a scallop trim on the shoulders which makes it a bit more girly. I could see this top paired with some white pants or tucked into a skirt.
But, the jeans! The jeans were just out of the park. They fit really well and had the zippers on the bottom (<-LOVE). I had asked for burgundy or purple jeans, but this lavender-colored pair was even better. Perfect for spring! Again, had I seen these in a store I would have probably walked right by.
Kolten denim jacket (by Liverpool)
This jacket is my new fav! Coincidentally, I just donated my jean jacket that I have had since college because I discovered a small rip in the shoulder. This one is stretchy, soft, and very lightweight. I imagine I will layer it over a causal outfit or match it with a sundress this spring.
Here it is close up…
Evanna dress (by Skies are Blue)
I love fit and flare dresses because they are so flattering and can be worn for work or casual occasions. This dress was a vibrant cobalt blue and I loved the way it looked, but not on me. It was really loose around the waist and top (#blessedwithsmallchest). I am actually holding the dress in the back to see how it would look if I got it altered, but I decided against putting any more money into it and sent it back.
Crochet front roll tab knit top (by Skies are Blue)
I really like this roll tab top. It’s comfortable and casual. The length was nice, too – a bit longer in the back which I appreciate. It’s also versatile so you can wear it with jeans or tuck into a skirt to doll it up.
So there you have it! Stitch Fix is such a great service and I have been really happy with the company so far. I am excited to share that I am also an affiliate now, so if you’d liked to try Stitch Fix, I would appreciate it if you could use my referral link.<-many, many thanks!
Anyone else have a successful fix recently?
PS – Check out my Stitch Fix style board in Pinterest where I pin outfits for my stylist to review.