November Stitch Fix

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Whud-up, ladies?

And gents, I guess.

Here lies another Stitch Fix installment. Still getting the boxes of clothes and still loving the service 🙂 I love getting a box of clothes in the mail every single month even if I send them all back which, like, never happens}.

Here’s what I got this last month:

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Item numero uno: Colibri Plaid Printed Tab-Sleeve Shirt-$48. Thought this was a pretty festive shirt that would cover up the holiday flab. Kept this sucker!! PS- Blake was running around me this whole time I was taking pictures…funny kid! 

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#2: Rey Removable Fur Hood Quilted Puffer Coat- $108. I loved this coat and it really fit me perfectly. The only problem is I already have lots of coats. Also, this coat is completely white. And I have two little kids with constant dirty/sticky hands. So, I wouldn’t be able to keep this clean. Too bad. 🙁 Sent it back.

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#3- Puck 3/4 Sleeve Plaid Dress- $68. What is it with me and the plaid?! I was digging this dress. A lot. It fit me really well and I liked the skinny string tie in the front. Kept it!

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#4- Winslow Faux Fur Collar Cardigan- $68. Ok, this sweater was a little hideous. In my opinion. On some people, I imagine it working. Like Olivia Pope. But me? No, sir. If this didn’t have the fur, I would have liked it a lot more. But it DID have fur soooooo, yeah. Sent it back.

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#5- Adora Stud Border Tote- $68. A bag a bag a bag!!!!!! This is the first bag I’ve been sent in over 15 ‘fixes’ and I love it!! It’s the perfect size and has lots of pockets inside it. Plus I’m all over the skinny handles. Kept it!

Overall, I kept 3/5 items. LOVED a lot of the items I was sent, but sent some back too. Just the luck of the draw.

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9 Responses
  1. Samantha

    How is the bag holding up?! I just received one in my September fix and am on the fence about purchasing! $68 is a lot but I have a 6 month old and this seems like it would be a great ‘fancy’ diaper bag and purse.

  2. Nikki @Seeded at the Table

    Ok, is it too late to get that coat back because it looks SO good on you!!! There’s always room for one more jacket. 😉 But, you’re right, the white isn’t exactly ideal for hanging with the littles. haha!

  3. Chrissy

    That dress looks so cute! Love everything about your whole fix…even the sweater with fur 🙂 I think it looked super cute on you.

  4. Jill

    I love the plaid shirt, the white coat, the handbag. The sweater, I agree with you about the fur. The dress is really great on you. I hope my stylist doesn’t send it to me because it would look awful on my hips.