Let’s ring in the New Year in style -- with a January Stitch Fix Review! My 32nd Stitch Fix box arrived in the midst of our holiday celebrations and my personal stylist, Layla, nailed it once again. This particular blog post was a unique first for me because I shot all of the photos for this Stitch Fix review at night. I love shooting photos on a bright sunny day, but it was great to have the option of nighttime photos that are not dark and dominated by shadows. If you’re a fellow blogger that is seeking a solution to your lighting problems on a cloudy day or at night, you definitely want to check out my recent tutorial.
But I know why you’re really here, so let’s get right to it. I can’t wait to share my January Stitch Fix Review for you today. (This post contains affiliate links.)
Alessandro Silk V-Neck Blouse
When I saw that Layla had included a floral blouse in my Stitch Fix shipment, I set everything else aside and and reached straight for the Alessandro Silk V-Neck Blouse from Amour Vert For Stitch Fix ($118). Layla reviews my style board on Pinterest every time she curates a fix for me so she knows about my obsession with florals. At first glance, I thought the blouse might be a little “old lady” for my taste. but it had potential so I decided to go ahead and try it on with the Freida Skinny Jeans that came in my 31st fix. The blouse fit perfectly and I started falling in love with it once I tried it on. Michigan may be having an unseasonably warm winter, but I still like to have something warm covering my arms this time of year. A lightweight blouse with 3/4 sleeves isn’t quite warm enough for me. Luckily, the flowers in this blouse provided so many great color options for extra layers. I started by adding a peach sweater from Loft that also had 3/4 length sleeves. It paired beautifully with the Alessandro silk blouse.
I accessorized the outfit with my Jesse ceramic Fossil watch (similar here), my Kendra Scott Grady bracelet and my rose gold Gorjana bracelet. The peach sweater was soft and feminine, but I still wanted to experiment with a weekend look for the blouse. I traded the sweater for the Jalie denim jacket from Liverpool which came in my 9th fix. That settled it. I officially fell in love with the floral blouse.
The ensemble looked great with my brown riding boots. I purchased mine several years ago. They are Enzo Angiolini brand and are impossible to find in stores today. I did recently find a similar pair on Amazon. If these came in my size, I would buy them in a heartbeat as a backup pair. There were so many great neutral colors mixed into this floral print. I kept going back into my closet to see what else I could pair with it. I kept the denim jacket and tried on a tan pair of Celebrity Pink skinny jeans. It was another perfect outfit. I love the versatility of this blouse. Despite it’s high price tag, the Alessandro Silk V-Neck Blouse was a definite keeper!
Parvin Reversible Tote
Layla also included a Parvin Reversible Tote from Street Level ($58) in my January Stitch Fix shipment. I really don’t need another tote, but I was instantly drawn to this bag. And just look how well it coordinated with my new floral print blouse. As if the rich brown caramel color wasn’t good enough, this tote just happens to be reversible. I flipped it inside out to reveal the most lovely shade of winter white. I loved the contrast of the white tote with the brown accent details. Because the tote is reversible, traditional pockets don’t work well with the design. A small coordinating brown handbag came with the tote to hold anything that would traditionally go into a pocket. The handbag itself actually had several pockets and would be great for keeping small items easy-to-locate. The Parvin Reversible Tote was a definite keeper and the winter white side will help me take a break from dressing in a sea of black and grey during the winter months.
See the Rest of my January Stitch Fix
My January Stitch Fix shipment included three more great items. Click over to the second page of this post to see what else came in my fix. While you’re there, make sure you enter the giveaway for your chance to WIN a $50 Stitch Fix gift card and check out more recent fixes from other Stitch Fix bloggers.