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I haven’t done a Stitch Fix post in foreverrrr. I actually forgot that I had a fix coming to me until it showed up on my doorstep. I hadn’t hadn’t much luck with my last fix and was actually going to cancel my subscription, but totally forgot in the craziness of switching jobs and painting the house. I didn’t even leave a note for my stylist on what I was looking for in my fix! So, I was really nervous to open up this fix because I was worried it would be filled with things I didn’t need and I would have to send everything back and take the 20 dollar stylist fee as a hit. However, my stylist hit the ball out. of. the. park. This was the best fix I’ve ever received, hands down. It screamed fall, all of the pieces actually fit me and were flattering, and all of the pieces were my style. I figured I would do a mirror try-on for this post because it was fast, quick, and easy. Forgive my messy desk, though – #thehustleisreal.
Fall 2017 Stitch Fix Reveal:
If you haven’t heard of Stitch Fix before, it’s basically a clothing subscription service. You fill out a style profile and link up a Pinterest board to clothes you like. You pay a $20 dollar styling fee and can write a note with any special requests for specific clothing you may be looking for. A stylist picks out 5 items of clothing and accessories and sends them to your house! You have 3 days to try them on in the comfort of your home and then you mail back whatever you don’t like in a prepaid envelope and keep what you do like! The $20 dollar styling fee goes towards anything you want to keep!
Market & Spruce Careen V-Neck Dolman Knit Top ($48.00) – This top was so soft, so cozy, and fit really well! I loved that my stylist sent me a top that wasn’t super boring and plain but could still be layered with cardigans, vests, and scarves. I would have kept this if it was a tiny bit cheaper, but I know that I’ll be able to find similar striped tops for closer to 25-30 dollars. RETURNED
Articles of Society Distressed Scissor Hem Skinny Jean ($64.00) – These fit so nicely and I loved that they were a little distressed without looking ragged/trashed. I honestly would have kept these if I could wear them at work, but my dress code at work doesn’t allow for clothes with holes. It just made more sense for me to buy a pair of solid black jeans that didn’t have holes in it so I could wear them at work. The price didn’t bother me as much because I’m trying to invest in more quality pieces that will last me a long time. These jeans were clearly a lot higher quality than the Rue21 ones I have and I would expect them to last a lot longer. RETURNED
OTHER OUTFIT DETAILS – I styled this outfit with a pair of laser-cute booties I got last year from Indigo & Sage.
Z Supply Zax V-Neck Pocket Knit Camo Tee ($36.00) I totally freaked when I saw this tee in my fix. I’ve been wanting to add a camo piece to my fall closet for a while but hadn’t found the perfect piece. I think camo is great for fall but can go cliche fast if not styled correctly. I love that this camo print is in gray, so it’s more subtle. I also love the slight slouchy, relaxed fit because it gives off a cozier vibe and it allows me to tie it in a knot if I want to change it up a bit. It also pairs well with cardigans! Basically, this printed tee is so versatile and it was a no-brainer for me – I was keeping it. KEPT
Report Footwear – Mita Faux Suede Cut Out Bootie ($60.00) I’ve been looking for a new pair of booties to add to my fall wardrobe and these ones had me all heart eyes when I pulled them out of my fix. I am fangirling over the cut-out detail on the sides and the tiny little bows on the back of them. The heel is thick and not too high, so I can definitely manage in them with my knee on days that I’m sitting at the office. They pair well with practically EVERYTHING and they are so comfortable. KEPT
I styled these pieces with olive green moto leggings and the coziest a cream cardigan that I got from the Nordstrom Sale, along with a necklace from Gray Monroe.
Current Air Maebeline Knit Cargo Vest – ($78.00) – Oh man, I loved this vest so much. It was SO heavy, so I knew it was made out of a high-quality material. I also knew it would layer really well! But, the truth of the matter, is that I already own two green cargo vests. And even though I liked this one WAY more than the other two that I own, it was too expensive for me to keep. RETURNED.
I styled this vest with a tan sweater that I got from the Nordstrom sale and skinny blue jeans from Target. My lace-up booties are also from Nordstrom that I got for $29.00 during Labor Day (and they are STILL ON SALE! I linked them below – SO comfortable.)
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