This Stitch Fix experience was a little different than usual. My regular stylist, Layla, was unavailable and I was determined to experiment with my own personal style by giving booties a chance, rather than my usual riding boots. After trying on the first three items, I was completely in love… with both my “guest stylist” and my new booties. If you just arrived and missed out on the first page of this post, click the image below to see the first three items that arrived in my February Stitch Fix shipment. Now let’s get back to it!
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Sylvester Split Neck Blouse
Jen also included an emerald Sylvester Split Neck Blouse from Brixon Ivy ($54) in my fix this month. I don’t own a lot of green items and long sleeved blouses aren’t really my favorite since it’s so cold here in Michigan, but this blouse was gorgeous. I loved the details on the sleeves. The cuffs are sewn in and they are lovely.
I kept on the Briley Skinny Jean from Level 99 and added the black Chelsey Fossil watch and my Platinum Drusy Kendra Scott Elisa necklace. The delicate necklace was nicely offset by the split neckline.
I usually have a softer and more traditional style than this. The Toms wedge booties and the dark jewel tone of the blouse were a more modern look than I am accustomed to, but I kinda liked it.
I loved this whole look and I think Rob and I will have to find an excuse to go out for dinner and drinks on a Saturday night so I have an excuse to wear it!
Kaylie French Terry Blazer
I had requested the fifth item in my fix, the Kaylie French Terry Blazer from Tart ($128) after seeing my friend @lifeasalison wear it in this photo on Instagram. I received a gray version of this blazer in my 15th fix and I wear it often. As soon as I heard it was available in different colors, I logged into my Stitch Fix account and begged my stylist to send another color my way.
I completely have Jen to thank for the styling of this outfit. My instinct was to pair the jacket with a soft, neutral color underneath, or perhaps stripes like Alli did. The style card from Jen suggested that I wear the Walden V-Neck Blouse from Fun2Fun that arrived in my 25th fix and that’s just what I did. It was a great suggestion. WOW. The colors.
Seriously, how could anyone not have a blast while wearing this outfit?
The full ensemble looked great with the Briley Skinny Jean from Level 99 that also arrived in my fix and my new black Toms.
I know Jen was just filling in and I’m definitely looking forward to another fix from my regular stylist, Layla, next month, but I have to give Jen major props. Layla set the bar pretty high with all of the previous fixes she styled for me, but Jen rose to the challenge. This was such an amazing fix!
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More Winter Styles from Stitch Fix
If you are looking for more great clothes to keep you warm this winter, you should see what came in some of my previous fixes! Click any of the images below to check out more winter styles. Pin your favorites to your style board on Pinterest so your stylist knows what you’re looking for.