The first three items of my fix were distinctly casual and I was excited to try on the dresses that my stylist had sent as well! I had requested a few dresses to enhance my fall wardrobe and Layla provided two different pieces that could easily be dressed up or down.
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Kadence Cowl Drape Front Dress
The next item I tried on was a navy Kadence Cowl Drape Front Dress from Gilli ($64). This was a great staple piece for anyone’s wardrobe. I loved that it came all the way down to my knee. My first instinct was to wear the dress as a special occassion garment. I added my wedding earrings with the bangle I also wore for the wedding and a pair of black pumps. The result was classy and understated.
This dress also felt like it had potential to easily dress down so I pulled a few layering items from my closet and tried out some more casual looks.
First I added a peach belt, a cropped denim jacket, my white ceramic Fossil watch (similar here) and a pair of Ballerina Pink Tieks. I posted a detailed review of Tieks if you are thinking about getting your own pair.
I loved this outfit, but it suddenly felt like it might be a touch too casual for school. I traded the denim jacket and for a peach cardigan. I also went wore my Lovestruck Tieks, which are a little more dressy than the Ballerina Pink style. The result was perfect!
Darrah Printed Faux Wrap Dress
The fifth and final item included in my fix was a burgundy Darrah Printed Faux Wrap Dress from Leota ($138). Some women love wrap dresses and look fabulous in them. I am not one of those women. In fact, I even have a request in my style profile that kindly requests that my stylist not send wrap dresses or anything else with a v-neck. Sometimes, things come in your fix that you just don’t like.
And sometimes you turn lemons into lemonade.
I was determined to look past the fact that this dress was outside of my comfort zone. I had requested that Layla send more dresses that I could wear in the cool months and I’m certain that she was just trying to honor my request. So I took a long, hard look at that wrap dress and tried to make it more my style. For starters, I added a black tami tank and a black statement necklace. I love wearing dresses with tights and riding boots when the weather is cold, so I ditched the heels and winter gear for my legs. I also added a skinny black belt and completed the look with my Kaylie Solid French Terry Blazer from Tart. The result was EXACTLY my style.
The wrap dress is a few inches too long to wear with my riding boots, so I used a few safety pins to hike the dress up at the waist. I am definitely keeping this dress and I plan to have it altered sometime this month so it will be short enough for my boots and ready to wear when the cold weather arrives. I also think this will be an awesome outfit to wear during the holiday season.
Here are quick links to a few accessories I wore while trying on my fix:
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More Fall Styles from My Fixes
Looking for more Stitch Fix clothes for fall? I have received some beautiful items in my previous fixes. Click any of the links below to see what arrived in my past Stitch Fixes and pin your favorite spring pieces to your Pinterest style board.