Well, the holiday season officially got the best of me! I am just now getting to post my Stitch Fix from November. Sorry for the delay! This time I gave my stylist very specific items I was looking for: comfortable jeans, a casual blazer, high-top slip on sneakers, comfy tops that are not itchy. I also asked for the prices to be on the low end. Overall, I thought my stylist got my personal style head on here, but I ended up only keeping one item from this fix. See my notes below.
Estefany Lace Detail Split Neck Blouse by Daniel Rainn – I loved the pattern and comfort of this top, but it was simply too see-through for me to ever wear without something on top which really limited its options in my daily wardrobe. And it was more pricey than I thought it was worth. Sent back.
Raja Collarless Blazer by Skies Are Blue – This blazer is a medium turquoise-blue color which I liked. It looked great with the plum and white colored items that came with the rest of this fix. The material is smooth and the sleeves are 3/4 length and ruched a little in the mid-arm area. It was a little pricey, but I thought versatile enough to spend on. This is the only item I kept from this fix.
Arnold Three Quarter Sleeve Raglan Knit Top by Mix by 41 Hawthorn – This shirt was cute and comfortable. It is a nice staple to wear through the season and went well with the blazer and shoes in this fix, but it was slightly short for me and I was concerned the fabric would pill easily. Sent back.
10″ High Rise Skinny Jean by Madewell – The jeans included in this fix were a very high rise. I hadn’t really worn high rise jeans in the past and I did not like them. I just did not feel comfortable in them at all and they were also the most expensive item in this fix by far. For $135 I have to LOVE an item of clothing that I know could get any number of stains on them from my children. I sent these back.
Scout Splash Weather Resistant Bootie by Keds – These shoes were a cute plum/burgundy color and fit, but they were very thin feeling, didn’t have much support and I felt were not flattering on my feet (they made my feet look super long). I also don’t love having to lace shoes so high, I like to be able to slip my shoes on and go, which is not an option for this style.
Overall, I kept one item, the blazer, because I liked it enough to not throw away the styling fee. I was happy with the styles, but not with the prices or the way the items just didn’t work out for various reasons. What I did like is that Stitch Fix noticed my negative reviews of the items and offered a replacement fix free of the styling fee for the next week. It was a nice gesture. I will post that fix later.
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