A Stitch Fix Review - December 2016 - Fix #14

Thursday, December 1, 2016
It's that time again! Time to take a peek at my latest arrival from Stitch Fix.


TORY ANKLE ZIP SKINNY CORDUROY JEAN
The Tory Ankle Zip Skinny Corduroy Jean by Pistola ($88) is such a cute pair of skinnies. From the corduroy fabric to the blush color to the zipper detail to its comfortable fit, I love them. I paired them with this sweater and this pair of booties.
FLORA ZIPPER DETAIL PULLOVER SWEATER
The Flora Zipper Detail Pullover Sweater by Evolution by Cyrus ($98) is perfect! I am a sucker for sweaters and this one has everything I could want in a sweater. I love its classic color and knit. I love its longer length, especially in the back. And I love its fun zipper detail. I paired it with the Tory Distressed Ankle Zip Skinny Jean by Pistola from Fix #11 and these flats
MAKONNEN CUT OUT DETAIL V-NECK SWEATER
The Makonnen Cut Out Detail V-Neck Sweater by Pixley ($58) is beautiful. Its color is rich and its fabric is soft. It fit perfectly and I liked the v-neck. I paired it with this layering tee, the Tory Distressed Ankle Zip Skinny Jean by Pistola from Fix #11 and these flats
TRACI ELBOW PATCH HOODED KNIT TOP
The Traci Elbow Patch Hooded Knit Top by Staccato ($54) is a really fun top, from its colors and stripes to its hood and elbow patches. I paired it with the Tory Distressed Ankle Zip Skinny Jean by Pistola from Fix #11 and my Converse. 
CHAPLIN LINED HOODED ANORAK JACKET
The Chaplin Lined Hooded Anorak Jacket by Market & Spruce ($94) is adorable. Besides being practical and fitting really well, I liked its surprise black and white striped lining, which I never took a picture of! I threw this jacket on top of my outfit above. (Paired with the Traci Elbow Patch Hooded Knit Top, the Tory Distressed Ankle Zip Skinny Jean by Pistola from Fix #11 and my Converse.)
WHAT I KEPT
I may be suffering a little buyer's remorse as I put this review together. The items I decided to send back are long gone and I am sitting here wondering why on earth I sent them back! I know why, but I am feeling a little sad nonetheless

Tory Ankle Zip Skinny Corduroy Jean by Pistola ($88) -- Returned
Flora Zipper Detail Pullover Sweater by Evolution by Cyrus ($98) -- Kept
Makonnen Cut Out Detail V-Neck Sweater by Pixley ($58) -- Returned
Traci Elbow Patch Hooded Knit Top by Staccato ($54) -- Returned
Chaplin Lined Hooded Anorak Jacket by Market & Spruce ($94) -- Returned

This Fix was so close to being perfect. It really was. I liked every single item, but small details had me sending four of the items back. The jeans were a little too short. The red sweater had a cut-out detail I didn't love. The striped top's fabric felt a little cheap for its price tag. And the jacket was black, which sounds completely silly, but I've seen this jacket all over Pinterest in so many beautiful colors. I would have loved it in gray or burgundy or olive green or navy. Really, any color, but black. What I did keep, though, I love in every way! 

What did you think? I'd love to hear!

INTERESTED IN STITCH FIX?
Are you interested in Stitch Fix? Here's what it's all about!

Stitch Fix is a service that connects you with a personal stylist. That stylist hand-selects clothing and accessories for you and then ships them to your door.  Fantastic, right?! The process really is quite simple. You simply...
  1. Get started with a personal style quiz. (Tip - Be true to yourself and be detailed. If you have a Pinterest account, connect it to your Stitch Fix account.)
  2. Receive five personalized pieces, delivered to your door. (Tip - Try every piece on. Even those pieces you think you won't like. You never know! I've learned this from experience.)
  3. Keep what you love, send back the rest. (A prepaid envelope is provided!)
It really is that simple! A few other good things to know...
  • Fixes arrive on your schedule.  You can receive packages regularly or at your convenience. (When I began, I opted to have them sent monthly. I recently opted to have them sent bi-monthly. I love that I can change my mind at any time.)
  • There is a $20 styling fee, but that $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep. 
  • If you love everything in your package and decide to keep it all, you get a 25% discount.  
Since I joined Stitch Fix, they've upped their game even more.
  • Stitch Fix now offers shoes! 
  • Stitch Fix now styles men as well! I'm very tempted to order a Fix for my hubby. 
That's it. If you have questions, I'd be happy to answer them. Or you can check out Stitch Fix yourself! They have a great website. They also have an app. I always love a good app!

So you know, the Stitch Fix links in this post are linked to my personal referral code. I would love for you to use one of them, if you happen to try out Stitch Fix. I would then receive a small amount of credit toward my next Fix. Guess what?! If you sign up, you too will receive a personal referral code and can earn credit as well!

Finally, if you love reading Stitch Fix reviews as much as I do, check out A Stitch Fix Link-Up, hosted by Crazy Together.

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