Stitch Fix Review by Elif: Love at first sight

Pretty much the moment I opened up my November box and came face to face with this pretty piece, I knew it had very high potential as a keeper. It took me a second after putting it on to decide we would not be parting ways – another love at first sight from Stitch Fix.

Needless to say I’ve happily kept this piece. Its the perfect mix of glam, coolness, and coziness for me.

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Stitch Fix Review by Nicole: Such a versatile piece

I am always pleased with the options my stylist provides. She really puts the time and effort by reviewing my feedback and Pinterest boards. I also love the styling cards because they often help inspire me on styling for these reviews.

I don’t know about you guys, but I love tucking my shirts into my skirts and pants. I wear lots of high waist skirts and jeans and I like the look of a top tucked in them. The one issue with this is shirts will bulge and you can see their outline through your skirt or pants at instances. The beauty of a body suit is you will never have that awkward fabric bulge. This bodysuit is so comfortable and classic in its style. It is made from an awesomely stretchy knit cotton fabric. I was able to just walk into it and pull it on effortlessly. My mom (my photographer for the day) even remarked about how nice it looked on and how she too has been a long time fan of bodysuits for the same reasons. Due to this essential basic being such a versatile piece, I couldn’t resist putting it in my keep pile!

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Stitch Fix Review by Jess: This dress screams fall

If you haven’t heard of Stitch Fix, it’s a personal styling service. I’ve been getting fixes for over 3 years now and it’s my favorite way to shop!

For this fix, I asked my stylist for dress options for our family photos, and she delivered! This dress screams fall and it ended up being the winner for our family photos! I love the bell sleeves, and I love that I’ll also be able to wear this to work all fall and winter.

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Stitch Fix Review by Constance: The best

I ended up spending a good amount of time in the study zone (like deep in that zone), lots of time getting lectures ready for the week, and just as much time with friends and fam doing fun stuff!

Thursday I wore this to teach and that was midterm day! Jeans, TOMS, Stitch fix top, and blue bottle coffee- ugh the best. Also, I would love to carry around my cute bags but honestly there is never a time my backpack is not filled with stuff so I carry that to save my arms.

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Stitch Fix Review by Jen: It was sooooo comfortable

Stitch Fix #35? Really? Doesn’t seem possible, but I can definitely say it’s been fun. Over the past few years, Stitch Fix has really played a part in my getting to know better what my style is and what I’m comfortable wearing. Plus, it has introduced me to some new brands.

At first when I looked at this shirt in the box, I didn’t really like how bright the colors were. In my mind, flannels are typically more muted, darker colors. However, once I tried this on and realized that it was sooooo comfortable, long enough for leggings, looked great with skinny jeans or even dressed up with dressier pants, I “got” it. Both figuratively and literally.

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Stitch Fix Review by Natalie: Super soft, super cozy, super fall-y

I chose this super soft, super cozy, super fall-y elbow patch pullover from my Fall Fix.

Let’s start with these amazing elbow patches. When looking in my closet, I’m shocked to find out that I actually don’t have any other sweaters with elbow patches! They are such a fun, cozy, retro touch that instantly upgrades a simple pullover sweater. I love that they chose to go with brown sueded patches on this sweater because the color really warms up the allover cream and black stitching.

Secondly, I love how the front of the sweater is a bit cropped, with the back hanging longer. I usually end up tucking sweaters into my jeans in the front and leaving them out in the back to achieve this look, but with this sweater, that shape is already set up for me! Especially with more boxy sweaters, making the front a little shorter than the back gives you a more defined shape than it would otherwise.

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Stitch Fix Review by Jessi: Best of all it’s comfy!

Currently I’m pregnant with my 3rd child, and trying oh so hard NOT to spend a fortune on maternity clothes.  It’s my last 6 months of being pregnant ever again, so limiting my monthly clothing spending is the goal!

I’ve been missing my Stitch Fix boxes and figured since they have maternity wear, I should order an October box….so I did!

I’m a sucker for a cozy top…so naturally this was my keeper out of this box!  It’s a maternity top, but I could totally wear this postpartum.  And best of all it’s comfy!

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Stitch Fix Review by Kristen: Box of clothes in the mail

My second box from Stitch Fix arrived this week! Getting a box of clothes in the mail IS pretty enjoyable, I have to say. So fun to see what shows up!

This is my favorite thing from the whole fix. I love the boat-ish neck, and I like that the top is kind of like a sweatshirt, but a little bit more dressed up.

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Stitch Fix Review by Amber: I was smitten with this top

I have been writing for years about easy outfits for women who work from home so they can easily go from sitting in front of their computer, to the grocery store, pick-up line without having to miss a beat or stress about putting something together. But as my schedule gets tighter each day, I lack the time to get out to the shops as often as I used to and discover new things. Hence why I was down to try out StitchFix.

Because I’m still trying to make Fall happen (it’s currently 85 degrees in Southern California) I thought I’d show you how I made my latest Stitch Fix box worked for me and my work at home life.

Plaid is sort of synonomous with “autumn” as they like to refer to it back east, and I was smitten with this top as soon as I opened the box. Naturally, I gravitated towards pairing it with the distressed denim and the peep toe booties.

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Stitch Fix Review by Meg: Keepin’ it professional

I was most excited about this item. I am trying to add to my collection of cardigans. Last winter I only had one beige one and although great, does not go with everything.  This is the second cardigan from Stitch Fix that fits like a dream. This is a little thicker and the leather detail on the cuffs is fantastic. I love the edge it adds to this. Plus and olive green? Yes please. Perfect addition to my wardrobe.

I really needed a new bag for work. This one was just right. Definitely big enough to hold everything I need to carry and has a long strap so I can wear it as a crossbody. This one comes with a small bag inside too, so when I go to the store after work I don’t have to carry the whole thing with me. It’s perfect.

Another thing I am working to add to my closet are more professional pants. I really liked the ankle cut of these so I can wear them in all seasons. The zipper pocket is also a more edgy look while keepin’ it professional.

 

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