December Stitch Fix

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I got this box a few weeks ago and am only now getting around to posting about it. #oops

The Holidays are fun, but they totally messed with my schedule.

Sorry peeps.

Anyways, here’s what I got this month from Stitch Fix! Woot! Also, note to self, don’t try these clothes on again until healthy eating has commenced in 2015!! Yikes…}

And PS- my house is in constant state of disaster these days. New Christmas toys + my husband’s army gear preparations errwhere is not a combo for ‘organization’. Thanks for your understanding.

Item numero uno: THML Pierina Textured Colorblock Peacoat in XS- $108. I put this on and couldn’t decide how I felt about it. It fit great, but I thought the two colors were…..weird {for lack of a better word}. I also have a zillion coats, so I sent this sucker back.


Item #2: Olive & Oak Tiffany Textured Crew Neck Sweater in XS- $68. I really liked this. It’s a looser, more comfortable piece that is perfect for winter, so I kept it!


#3: Pixley Kathy Striped Fit & Flare Dress in S- $68. I really liked this dress a lot and it fit me so so well. Like a glove, some might say. But, it went down a *leetle beet* too far. Like by my bra strap far. So, I sent it back. Too bad.


#4: 41Hawthorn Renesme Graphic Print Faux Wrap Dress in S- $78. Another dress! Can you believe it? Me neither. But this one fit nearly as well as the last, plus it didn’t go way down in the back {or front for that matter} so I kept it!


Last thing I got: Pixley Rita Teardrop Bib Necklace- $42. Is it just me or do these look like a bunch of spoons?! I spent a large portion of time thinking about whether or not they sent this to me on purpose because I’m a food blogger and they thought I’d like it?! Or maybe it was a coincidence that these just look like spoons but are in fact just ‘teardrops’? Bah! I couldn’t figure it out.


You see? Unhealthy amounts of time were spent on this topic.

Either way, I didn’t like it. Teardrops? Spoons? It don’t mattah. It was too large for my taste. So I sent it back.

I kept 2/5 items this time. Not the best, but I really do love the sweater and wrap dress. So yay for that!

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4 Responses
  1. Karen

    Loved both items you chose. Love the colors in the dress…it looks great on you. I find those dresses look frumpy on me…but I guess, maybe I am frumpy. By the way, you look svelte and marvelous…the holidays show up not at all on you!!! You look great!

  2. Kelli

    i always love reading about your Stitch Fix clothes! I would have never thought the necklace looked like spoons, but once you pointed it out, that’s all I saw. =)