I honestly wasn’t going to do a Stitch Fix this month because of money, but I forgot to cancel it and then I knew we were having a 60th Birthday party for my father-in-law this upcoming weekend so I hoped I might get something cool out of it. I picked this box up on Tuesday, and I just haven’t had a second to write this post! If y’all have some quick thoughts/opinions for me today on it, that’d be great because I need to return it by tomorrow. I’m pretty underwhelmed with this month’s selection – am I just in a blah mood or am I right?
OCTAVIA Sandra Abstract Print Infinity Scarf – $34
This scarf is super thick and would be really warm this winter. I just don’t have much at all in my wardrobe that would coordinate with it, so…?
LE LIS Shelten Dolman Pullover Sweater – $58
MARGARET M Emer High Waisted Trouser – $98
I first put this sweater on and thought HELL NO. It’s like having bat wings. Very weird. But the longer I had it on, the more it grew on me. I don’t know? Is this the style now apparently? It was super warm and comfy but looks more stylish than a hoodie, so maybe it’d be a good addition to my wardrobe.
The pants are the same brand as the patterned ones I got last fix (I actually asked for them in black). I like them, and I think they could work with boots in the winter too, but that crop length is just hard for me to love. How about you?
41HAWTHORN Queensland Dolman Jersey Top – $48
I wanted to love this, but somehow the fabric & draping just seems to accentuate my stomach, so blergh.
I look like I’m slouching no matter how I stand in this sweater. I like it from the back, but the front and sides? Meh.
So there ya go – thoughts? Would you keep the pants? That first LeLis sweater? The scarf? Nothing? Help!
For those who are new to these posts, Stitch Fix is a stylist service for which you pay $20/box. The frequency of box shipments is up to you – (as often as every 2-3 weeks or on demand only), and if you keep any of the 5 items in each fix, your stylist fee goes towards the purchase price of what you keep. You give your stylist feedback on a form on their website and through Pinterest boards, blogging, etc. I like that it pushes me outside of my comfort zone to try new pieces on in the comfort of my own home, and anything I don’t like I can easily drop back in the mail in the included postage paid envelope. Pretty darn cool! My goal is to find one new piece I love with each fix, but if you love all 5 pieces, you get 25% off the entire box.The pieces aren’t as cheap as you’d find on a bargain website, but I do not have the patience to shop on sites / in stores like that. It is worth every penny to have it shipped to my home and I can try the items on while the kids run around being crazy. If you’d like to try it, please sign up through me and I’ll get a $25 referral fee. Thank you!