It’s time to share another Stitch Fix with you! This is my box from September. I’m trying to get better about getting these posts up, the month I receive the Fix. I’m scheduled to receive a shipment on Tuesday, so I figured I better get this review posted and I promise to share my October box, in October. 🙂
I’m fairly certain that you know all about Stitch Fix… it’s becoming SO popular. But just in case you don’t, hop over to my first Stitch Fix post and get all the deets!
Having only received 6 fixes- I’m no expert, but I have kept everything in 4 of the 6 fixes. I think that’s pretty great! I will give some of the credit to Tiffany- she’s awesome and totally gets me! Check out my advice post on how to get the most out of Stitch Fix!
And on to the goods….
Torrano Triple Layer Stone Necklace by Nakamol | $44.00 | Keep
Nakamol is sold at Neiman Marcus and they actually have some pretty great pieces. I typically gravitate toward more dainty jewelry, so this necklace with the large stone was a bit much for me. See the first image in the post to get a look at it actually on. Since I loved everything else in this Fix, with an $80 buy 5 savings, there was no reason to send it back and forfeit the 25% off.
Rizzo Skinny Pant by Liverpool | Small| $98 | Keep
Dale Knit Top by Dahlya | X-Small | $54 | Keep
Seriously love both of these items! The Rizzo Skinny pants (similar on Zappos) are of very thick, stretchy, high-quality material. The price was a bit steep and I have pair of black skinny jeans and a couple pairs of black tights and work slacks. These were just so darn comfortable and fit great. I couldn’t say no. 🙂 The Dale Knit Top, I thought, was a pretty good price for this lightweight sweater. It has a very fine stitching, which I adore. The style is also fitted enough to be flattering, but loose enough to be super comfortable. I have some grey work capris that pair fabulously with it, so there was really no question- I was keeping this top!
Margerie Stripe and Dot Open Cardigan by Market & Spruce | X-Small | $68 | Keep
I LOVE this cardigan. I had actually come across it on another blogger’s Stitch Fix post and pinned it to my style board. Thank you, Tiffany, for sending it my way! Lightweight cardigans are a must for a cold-natured person living in Texas. Perfect for staying cozy in my chilly office… or home. And it’s reversible- so cool.
I also adore the cute way that it’s fitted in the back. Comfortable, yet stylish! The jeans are my favorite Kensie Skinny Jeans, which I talk more about in my Stitch Fix 5 post. You can find them on Amazon and the boots are several year old Darcie Uggs and can also be found on Amazon. I have the exact ones in black, which I’m wearing with the Rizzo Skinny Pants above.
Tigard Lace Back Knit Top by Papermoon | X-Small | $58 | Keep
This item, I wasn’t quite sure about before trying it on, but once it was on I really loved it. It’s also so unique that I couldn’t pass it up. I really like adding clothing items to my collection, that you don’t see everywhere.
This sweater is also very light weight, much like the Dale top. This is pretty much a must for transitional fall pieces in Texas. It’s supposed to be in the 90’s all next week. Go figure!
Let’s take a look at the price breakdown, shall we….
It’s worth noting, that when scheduling a fix, you set your price point. The only thing I really wasn’t feelin’ was the necklace, but the buy 5 discount made keeping it totally worth it and I will probably wear it on occasion. Can’t wait for Fix #7 and it should be arriving Tuesday! Christmas in October! Ha!
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Something to think about….
What do you think about my picks, this month? If you see something you love, don’t hesitate to pin one or more of the items.
Have you tried Stitch Fix? If so, please share your thoughts.
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