Good morning, friends! I hope your week is going well. I cannot believe it’s already November. I’m getting excited for the holidays and the cooler weather. It’s been in the 70s and 80s here which makes it feel like summer again!
Today I’m sharing my Stitch Fix items for the month of November. I skipped last month so I was really excited to get my items this time around. I’ve been using Stitch Fix for over two years now and it’s still one of my favorite ways to shop. This month I asked my stylist Katie to send me some warm tops for fall. We’re headed to upstate New York later this month to spend Thanksgiving with my family and I know it’s gonna be cold. I was really happy with most of the items I received.
If you haven’t heard of Stitch Fix, it’s an online shopping service that pairs you with a personal stylist who selects 5 items that are sent to you each month. Your stylist chooses items based on a comprehensive style profile that you fill out, your social media accounts (if you share them), and special requests you provide. You keep what you want and return what you don’t. The cost is $20 per month and that gets credited toward any purchases you make. Oh, and Stitch Fix also offers accessories and shoes!
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Okay, here we go!
Melodee Cowl Neck Pullover ($64) / Stellana Puffer Vest ($68)
I love this gray cowl neck pullover by Emily Rose. It fits really well and it’s warm as heck! Plus it has pockets on the front and a slightly longer back. I’ve paired it over some black leggings and I really like the look.
This black puffer vest by Marc New York is a nice layer piece that can be paired with anything. I like that it’s thin so you can easily add it over a sweater or long-sleeve top and not feel overheated. It has a fun flare collar and the back has an adjustable belt to make it a bit more form fitting.
Delia Striped Square Scarf ($34)
I love everything about this scarf. It’s a great way to add some warmth without too much bulk. I’m digging the stripes and fringe, too. In case you’re unsure how to tie a blanket scarf, check out this article.
Fierro Elbow Patch Crew Neck Sweater ($58)
This crew neck sweater by BRIXON IVY was really soft and simple, but it was a bit too plain for me. Don’t you love my face? Ha. I wasn’t a big fan of the lace patches on the sleeves either. At $58, I just wasn’t prepared to spend that much money on this item since I didn’t see myself reaching for it all that often. However, it would be nice layered over a collared shirt or paired with a skirt.
What did you think of my items?
Are you using Stitch Fix? I’d love to hear what you think!