January Stitch Fix

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*This is not a sponsored post! I pay for these clothes on my own. However, this post does provide referral links for new sign ups which gives me a little credit to go towards my next box. 

What is up, my peeps? Things are going swell in my neck of the woods plus I got another Stitch Fix box, so score! I always love opening up one of these bad boys to get to the goodies. Here’s what I got this month:

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#1–Loveappella Yana 3/4 Sleeve Striped Dress in S- $64. This is a super comfy dress. It fits me well and barely made the cut off for my ‘long enough dress’ for my taste/standards. Yes, I have standards. As low as they may be, I have standards. {A little quote from my beloved roommate Amy from college. Hi Amy!} I love the navy top and the striped bottoms, so I kept this one.

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#2–Olive & Oak Mulliken Raglan Striped Knit Shirt in XS- $48. This shirt is actually the very first thing I tried on. It fits me so well, its so comfortable and I love the different stripes and colors. The orange neck totally took this over the top for me into LOVEITLAND. It’s my new favorite shirt that I happen to be wearing right now 🙂 KEEP! 

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#3–Kut from the Kloth Callie Denim Jacket in XS- $74. I have a demin jacket already, so I was a little hesitant to try on/buy another one BUUUUTTTT, I tried this one on and fell in love! It’s not as heavy or thick as the one I have, plus the wash is more of a medium blue instead of dark {like the one I own}. I thought it would be a great piece in a few months come spring, so I kept it!

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Item #4–Olive & Oak Woolsey V-Neck Sweater in XS- $64. This was super comfy and totally right up my alley. The only thing that made me hesitant was how short it was in the front. I like longer shirts to at least cover the top of my jeans.

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You can’t see the back of the sweater very well, but it came down about 2 inches lower in the back I wish it was that length all the way around and perhaps slightly more fitted around my rib cage. If it was longer and a little tighter, I would have kept it…but it wasn’t so back it went.

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Item #5–Market & Spruce Angela Quilted Detailed Blouse in XS- $68. I really liked this top. The fit + detailing all was super cute and flattering. However, I kept a similar top {same color, v-neck, just with buttons} in December and didn’t really want to pay for almost the exact same thing, so I sent this back.

Overall, I’m really happy with this month’s fix! I love the pieces I kept. Love love love that striped knit shirt, man. Can’t get enough! And I wore the jean jacket yesterday too.  Can’t wait until next month! 🙂

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And if you don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, check this first post I wrote here.

Check out all the Stitch Fix boxes I’ve gotten so far HERE.

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9 Responses
  1. Jenny

    Cute clothes. I may sign up for Stitch Fix after seeing your reviews. Do you wear petite sized jeans? I like the jeans you wear and was curious. Thanks!

  2. ShaNae

    I too loved the first two items most. I have to say the COLOR of the shirt in #5, looks killer on you! I also like the denim jacket, I wore mine yesterday to church with a white top and wine colored skirt with turquoise boots. Super cute and they add just a little somethin’ somethin’ to your outfit. Have a fab day Lauren!

  3. Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie

    You pull off that jean jacket so well! Unfortunately it somehow makes me look even younger than I already do (which I know I hope I will appreciate as I get older but being 29 and getting carded for rated R movies is not so fun at the moment). Also love that striped top with the orange collar.

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