Get Ya Winter Fix.
I haven’t been getting quite as many Stitch Fixes lately. I switched my frequency to every 3 months. Nothing to do with the service, more to do with me. I have so many clothes, I need to CLEAN OUT my closet and drawers before I add any more to the lot. 😛
With that being said, this will be one of the last Stitch Fix reviews I will have for a while. Again…nothing to do with the service! Just need to organize me.
For my 15th (!!!) Fix, I had my same stylist. I mainly asked for longer, tunic-style tops to cover my stomach area. My stylist mentioned they did not have a ton of these style tops in stock right now. Which was kind of a bummer, but I still received some excellent pieces.
First up- Papermoon Endicor Split Neck Top I really liked the picture of this top. I loved the plaid detail on the top and sleeves. This material was strange…it reminded me a felt, like the stuff you use for craft projects. It was a bit short on me as well.
Next Papermoon Kennah Woven Knit Top, to start I love this color. It is rich, but not too much. The material was similar to that of the first Papermoon top, (listed above), but just slightly softer. I love the pop of floral on the neck and the back. The back is mixed material matching the floral detail on the front. This can be worn a bit dressier, or more casual…depending on what you pair it with.
Verdict: KEPT! (I’ve already worn this, and received tons of compliments!)
Third, we have the Skies Are Blue Talisa Tie Waist– I was super excited about this one. YAY for the longer, tunic-style I requested. BUT. It’s Skies Are Blue…and for some reason, this brand DOES NOT FIT me correctly.
Next, we have the Liverpool Antia Skinny Pant in Navy. These are AMAZING. I LOVE the fabric, left like butter. Like LuLaRoe leggings in the form of pants. I didn’t notice they were navy at first, but I like the slightly different color, to switch up from my “normal” black Old Navy Pixie Pants. Love, love, love. <3
*Update- I wore and washed these once, and there are holes around the back pockets. I contacted Stitch Fix, and they can refund me and said to donate or whatever I chose with them. Their customer service is BEYOND. If I have ever had an issue, they are prompt to reply and “fix” the problem.*
Last, but not least, Coin 1804 Ganiela Textured Open Cardigan. This is a great neutral color, that you can layer with many pieces and colors. It is soft, but with some structure to the fabric…if that makes sense. It is generously fitted, I really should have sized down, but that’s okay. It is a longer cardigan that covers your bottom. Downside- it is the dreaded dryer clean only. (boo…hiss.)
Verdict: KEPT and LOVE!
So, if you are keeping track, I kept three of the five items sent to me. Items returned were returned due to fit issues only. My total was a bit higher for this fix, I rationalized as a Christmas present for myself. (Did I mention, I am cutting back on fixes?) Because I did not keep all five items, I did not qualify for the 25% discount. (Sad face!)
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What pieces do you like? What would you have kept or returned? Comment below!
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