January 2020 Stitch Fix

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How does Stitch Fix work?
Type of subscription: clothing
Frequency: you can choose the frequency of your reoccurring boxes (bi-weekly, monthly, or seasonly) or you can order them on demand
Amount of products received: 5, every time
Cost: $20 per box (which is credited towards any items you buy) + the cost of whatever items you decide to keep. Shipping either way is free!

Sign up and create your own personal style profile at Stitch Fix. Receive and try on your clothing in the comfort of your own home, styled with pieces that you already own. Check out online, within 3 days (or extend your checkout date on the app). Leave detailed feedback about what you loved and what you didn’t like so much. Every bit of information helps your stylist grow. Mail back your returns in the provided pre-paid envelope. All that’s left is to show off your new items!

Ready to try for yourself? If you use this link in the next 24 hours you receive $75 towards your first Fix! If you use it after that time elapses then you will receive $25: Stitch Fix

For this Fix I didn’t really ask for anything specific. Mostly I just wanted to bulk up my wardrobe for the winter with some cute sweaters. I have noticed recently that I could also use some more denim, so I threw in a request for that as well. The more distressed, the better.

I love that each stylist note comes with outfit ideas for my new pieces, in case I don’t feel like getting too creative with the, sometimes, very unique patterns that I get sent.

Others Follow Polar Textured Balloon Sleeve Knit Top – $58
Studio Blue Kenova Skinny Distressed Rolled Jean – $58

(Also pictured: Glitter Fashion Sneakers)

Something about this top just screams vintage to me. This sweater runs on the shorter side, and is a different texture from anything I’ve ever tried on before. It’s very thick, and somewhat soft. Not at all itchy. That’s all to say that it’s pretty comfortable to wear and would definitely keep me warm during a NY winter. The balloon sleeves are cute, but I wonder if the color of the stripe pattern may be a little dark for my taste.

Distressed denim for the win! I’ve never experienced a problem with feeling ignored while using this service. I think that Courtney does a great job at trying to fulfill all of my wishes. I already own a pair of Studio Blue jeans from a previous Fix so I was accustomed to how soft and comfortable they are to wear. I think that they fit great and I like the wash and distressing detail.

Kaileigh Willa Tye-Dye Brushed Knit Top – $40

(Also pictured: Elenora Plaid Panel Flat Boot)

Hmm.. I’m JUST not sure if I’m a tie-dye gal, haha. That being said, this sweater is sooooo soft! And it fits great. I love that it’s on the longer side so that I could do more things with it if I wanted. Courtney suggested pairing this sweater with the jeans below for some “bold” pattern play, but I don’t think that even I am that bold!

Sam Edelman The Stiletto High Rise Printed Frayed Hem Skinny Jean – $98

(Also pictured: Double O-Ring Faux Leather Belt | Vince Camuto Peep Toe Booties – MAOR SALE!)

Sassy is right. These jeans are giving me life. I posted a stock picture of them in my recent stories to get your first impressions and it was the LEAST liked item out of all of them. Mind. Blown. You know me, I’m digging the leopard print and frayed hem as always. I’m kind of loving that it’s high waisted as well. I don’t own too many high waisted jeans, but I’ve really started to like them.

Stella & Ruby Lorna Pearl Wrap Bracelet – $38

Courtney is right, I’ve been all about the jewelry and accessories lately. And I think I’m all about this wrap bracelet! It has a magnetic closure which makes it easy to put on and take off. I really like that it’s all neutral colors and will be easy to wear with several different outfits. It’s all one bracelet, but looks convincingly like a well thought out stack.

Well, I think I know what items I want to keep, but I could certainly use your opinions! Leave me a comment below and let me know which ones you think that I definitely need to keep!

Don’t forget: if you use this link in the next 24 hours you receive $75 towards your first Fix! If you use it after that time elapses then you will receive $25: Stitch Fix
– Tia

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