After trying on the Yuna Chevron Pointelle Knit Sweater, Colibri Plaid Printed Tab-Sleeve Shirt and Blake Poncho Pullover Sweater that my Stitch Fix stylist, Layla, included in my November fix; I couldn’t wait to see what else was in store. If you missed any of those pieces, hop over to page 1 of this post to check out my photos and pin your favorite items to your Pinterest style board.
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Reagan Skinny Pant
The fourth item I tried on was the Reagan Skinny Pant from Liverpool ($88). This is the third pair of Liverpool skinny pants that I have received in the past few month. You’ve already heard me rave about my black Rizzo Skinny Pants on the first page of this post. I also received a brown pair of Reagan Skinny Pants in my 27th fix, which are also awesome. Needless to say, I was pretty pumped to try on this new black checked pair of pants and add them to my closet.
Unfortunately, I really didn’t love this pair.
They weren’t bad, exactly. They just felt a little too edgy for my personal style. and they reminded me of printed leggings, a style trend that I never embraced. I don’t feel comfortable wearing anything that even remotely resembles a horizontal stripe to wrap around my legs. And this bold check print looked a little too much like a stripe.
I was surprised to discover that I don’t love every single pair of skinny pants from Liverpool. But I’ll still be excited if another pair comes my way in a future fix.
The final item included in this month’s fix was a winter white dress with black and gray floral print. I love a good floral print and I’m sure that’s the reason Layla sent the Ellington Dress from Maggy London ($158) my way. I’m not going to lie, when I saw a photo of this dress in the Stitch Fix app on my iPhone, I was a little disappointed. My skin turns very pale in the winter and the thought of wearing a white-ish dress didn’t sound very appealing. The dress just didn’t seem very interesting to me.
Even though I wasn’t particularly excited about the Ellington Dress, Layla did mention in her note to me that it was a fit & flare dress, which helped calm my disappointment a bit. Fit & flare dresses are the most flattering style for my body type and they always create a feminine silhouette when I wear them.
I wore a pair of patent leather pumps and sheer black stockings with the dress. I also added the Nadri Bracelet I wore when I walked down the aisle. I love any reason to wear something from my wedding day.
The sleeveless dress was very flattering, but I still wasn’t convinced that I loved it. There was a whole lot of white and a lot of my own pale skin to deal with, so I added a 3/4 sleeve black cardigan with sparkly beading along the neckline. (Similar here.)
And just like that, I fell in love with the Ellington Dress.
It’s amazing how a simple cardigan can be exactly what you need to pull an outfit together.
I really wanted to keep this dress. I even asked Rob if we had any special occasions coming up that would merit the expense of adding a new dress to my closet. Unfortunately, we don’t have any fancy events scheduled for the next several months. Sadly, this dress is getting returned. Maybe you have a special occasion coming up. If so, you should pin this to your style board on Pinterest and then tag me in a photo of you wearing it on Instagram so I can live vicariously through you.
Here’s a quick look at the items I decided to keep (and which items I returned) from this month’s fix:
Yuna Chevron Pointelle Knit Sweater from Market & Spruce ($68) -- KEEP
Blake Poncho Pullover Sweater from Colourworks ($68) -- KEEP
Colibri Plaid Printed Tab-Sleeve Shirt from Market & Spruce ($48) -- KEEP
Reagan Skinny Pant from Liverpool ($88) -- RETURN
Ellington Dress from Maggy London ($158) -- RETURN
How to Get the Best Clothes from Stitch Fix
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Periscope Sneak Peek Video
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Check Out More of My Winter Fixes
Thanks to Stitch Fix, I have a closet full of great winter styles. Check out my previous Winter Fixes and get ready to pin your favorites!
Stitch Fix Link-Up
I am SO excited to be hosting another Stitch Fix link up on the blog this month. I’m not the only blogger that loves Stitch Fix and you should see the great clothes that these women received. Click any of the images below to check out more great Stitch Fix styles. Pin your favorite pieces to your Pinterest style board. You just might discover a really great stylist that you might want to request to complete your next fix!
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