Matt and Tia’s first Christmas, before I was able to convince him that it was okay to put more ornaments on the tree than just red and silver bulbs with Coldplay lyrics on them.
Here’s how Stitch Fix works:
1) Sign up and create your own personal style profile. Here is my referral link –> Stitch Fix
2) Schedule your first shipment (how exciting!)
3) Receive and try on your clothing in the comfort of your own home, styled with pieces that you already own
4) Check out online, within 3 days. Leave detailed feedback about what you loved and what you didn’t like so much. Every bit of information helps your stylist grow
5) Mail back your returns in the provided pre-paid envelope
6) Show off your new items! 🙂
For this Fix I asked for some basic Fall apparel: slouchy sweaters, olive cargo pants, booties, a body suit.. (what..?)
All of the items Courtney sent me were either from my Pinterest board, or looked really similar to an item I had pinned. Which is really awesome. Another awesome thing is that Courtney remembers small details about me. I think I told her once a while ago that I needed an outfit to go with a red lip. I think it’s so cool that she’s referencing that request again.
Pistola Audrey Moto Detail Skinny Pant – $88
Courtney sent the Pistola’s in leu of cargo pants, but the funny thing is that I actually have these on a separate Pinterest board. I mean, look how awesome they are! I like the fit, and the length is right. The details on the knees are really cool. They are really nice, but they aren’t what I originally wanted. And at this point I’d rather not spend money just to spend money.
Stitches&Stripes Emmie Lace-up Shoulder Cutout Pullover – $64
Stitch Fix always does this to me. I peek at my Fix in the app and see one item that I’m pretty certain I’m going to dislike, and then I’m totally wrong! This might be my favorite item from my box today. It’s fitted, which is a plus, and the shoulder cutouts are really cute.
Splendid Footwear Rhiannon Suede Lace Up Bootie – $168
The booties are this month’s expensive item. Probably a good thing that I’m not really into them. I think they’re cute, but I’m not sure I can pull off the block heel look. There’s just something strange about them on myself that I don’t like.
LNA Nonna V-Neck Cutout Knit Top – $114
This is probably the softest item of clothing I have ever put on my body. Cutouts must be huge this season, because I’m seeing them everywhere. And I’m totally loooooviiiiing iiiiit~ It’s a little on the short side for a shirt, which means I won’t be wearing it with leggings. But I think it will pair nicely with jeans.
RD Style Rowca Scoop Neck Pull Over Sweater – $68
Holy mother of all big, slouchy sweaters. I could drown in this sweater, it’s so big. But in a good, intentional way and not the “I need a smaller size” way. This sweater definitely gets the leggings treatment. It also get the “curled up on the couch under a blanket watching Netflix and drinking tea” treatment, if you know what I mean.. (that was not an innuendo.)
This was definitely a fun first Fix to get back into the swing of things. Even though I didn’t keep a pair of booties or pants like I’d hoped, I’m still happy to have found three new tops for fall season.
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