My tenth Stitch Fix box arrived, and I’m excited to share another Stitch Fix review with you!
I’ve been wearing so many of the great pieces that my stylist sent to me in my Stitch Fix box last month, and I couldn’t wait to get another Fix. The tropical weather here in South Florida doesn’t allow me to wear a lot of the fun Fall and Winter clothing that most women are wearing around the country right now. However, with a mix of different textures and patterns, incorporating the season into my wardrobe is definitely possible!
In the spirit of Thanksgiving and the upcoming holidays, I’m also doing something new today! I’m offering a $50 Stitch Fix gift card giveaway. YAY! One lucky reader will be able to jump start her Stitch Fix experience and put this gift card towards her own personal Stitch Fix stylist!
Ok, so let’s get to the good stuff…
Are you ready to see what was inside of my Stitch Fix box this month?
Stitch Fix Review November / December 2015
TALULAH PLAID PRINTED HENLEY BLOUSE
It’s still very warm here in South Florida, but it would be super sad to miss out on wearing fun holiday inspired prints. This plaid blouse is very sheer (I have a black tank top on underneath), so it gives the look of Winter clothing without all of the added bulk, which is great! I paired it with dark gray skinny jeans and black ankle booties for a casual yet polished look perfect for the season.
DANIEL RAINN KOPPE CROCHET DETAIL TOP
The color of this Daniel Rainn top is beautiful. It has nice detailing, too. I especially like the option to wear the sleeves longer or buttoned up. I’m not sure that it flatters my body type well, however.
MARKET & SPRUCE RALPHIE ROMPER
At first glance, I have to admit that I was not loving the idea of a romper. At all. So, for some inspiration about how to wear this romper, I checked out the style card that comes inside of every Stitch Fix box (it has ideas for how to style each piece of clothing, and you can see mine at the bottom of this post).
I styled the romper with my fringed suede ankle booties, and a versatile jean jacket that I received in one of my previous Stitch Fix boxes, and a cross-body bag. I think this look came out kind of cute, and I would wear this for a date night out with my husband or a weekend activity!
PAPERMOON BRAYSON DRESS
This dress is a cute black and white print with a pull-tie waist. It has some scrunching on the material at the side hems, which wasn’t totally flattering for me, although I could see how it would be very cute on someone a bit taller than me (I’m only 5’3″). Styled again with my trusty jean jacket from a previous Stitch Fix delivery, and black ankle booties, and it’s a great outfit!
Here is what the dress looks like without the jacket over it:
MARGARET M EMER JACQUARD PRINT HIGH WAISTED CROPPED PANT
If you’re a long time Stitch Fix customer, then you know that Emer pants are kind of a cult classic. I was very excited to see them show up in my Stitch Fix delivery this month, and couldn’t wait to try them on!
I’m not sure that I 100% love how they look on me. I may have needed a bit of a larger size in this particular pant, or maybe the pattern is throwing off my eye…but they’re a beautiful pair of pants and can be worn in so many different ways throughout any season.
Here is this month’s style card:
To see my previous Stitch Fix subscription clothing box deliveries click here!
Stitch Fix has definitely made getting dressed a much easier process for me! I love that clothes just show up to my door and I have 3 days to check them out in the comfort of my own home before deciding whether or not I want to keep them. As a busy mom, I love the convenience that Stitch Fix offers me. For my tips on how to get the best Stitch Fix clothes from your personal stylist, click here.
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