Welcome back to the second half of my Fall Stitch Fix review. If you missed the first part of my post, just click the image below to catch up. I received an uber-chic black and white sweater, a comfy blue sweater that still somehow makes me look put together and a great knit blazer for fall. They were beautiful pieces and I can’t wait to tell you all about them.
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Now are you ready to see what else came in my November Stitch Fix box?
Skien Quilted Puffer Vest
I was so excited to see that Layla had included the Skien Quilted Puffer Vest from Andrew Marc ($98) in my November Stitch Fix box. I’ve been searching for the perfect vest for over a year and I loved the idea of a puffer vest in a sharp red color.
The vest was very cute, but it was a little larger on me than I wanted. I felt a bit like I was swimming in it. And the red was a little on the bright side. I’m still open to the idea of a red vest, but I think I would prefer a deeper shade of red in a more tailored fit. Sadly, the Skien Quilted Puffer Vest went back to Stitch Fix.
The final item in my November Stitch Fix box was the Henrietta Dress from Maggy London ($118). This classic dress didn’t need very much help from me in the style department. I kept thing simple and wore it with a pair of round toe black patent leather heels, a string of pearls, and a Loren Hope cuff bracelet (similar here).
This dress was exactly my style. I love a fit and flare dress because they perfectly compliment my body type. This dress had great structure and was a perfect fit without any alterations. And the bold floral print, LOVE!
I love Maggie London dresses and I instantly searched around online to see if this dress is available outside of Stitch Fix. The good news is that YES, it is! The bad news is that it costs a lot more on the Nordstrom website (PS it also comes in petite).
It physically pained me to return this beautiful dress to Stitch Fix. Rob and I have zero dressy events on our calendar for the next several months, which is such a shame. I kept trying to talk myself into keeping it and I’m certain Rob was surprised that I had the willpower to return this beauty. It was that great of a dress!
If you love this dress as much as I do, you should go ahead an pin it right now. Then wear it somewhere special, post a photo online and please tag me. I would love to live vicariously through you!
What I Kept From My November Stitch Fix Box
My 42nd fix was another one for the books! Here’s a quick recap of what I decided to keep (and return) from my November Stitch Fix shipment.
Asa Knit Blazer from Skies are Blue ($68)-keep
Skien Quilted Puffer Vest from Andrew Marc ($98) –return
Genifer Tie-Back Knit Top from Loveapella ($58)-keep
Henrietta Dress from Maggy London ($118) -return
Mabel Button Detail Striped Pullover from Loveapella ($68) -return
Thanks to Brian from BTW Photography for taking such beautiful photos again this month!
How to Get the Best Clothes from Stitch Fix
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Give Stitch Fix a Try
Just in case the clothes didn’t convince you to finally sign up for Stitch Fix and schedule your first fix, I’ll give you a few reminders about why I absolutely love this service.
- It’s free to sign up! Just login to StitchFix.com and create your free style profile.
- It’s convenient. When you are ready, schedule your first fix. For a $20 styling fee, you will be matched with a personal stylist who will hand-pick 5 items just for you and send them right to your door.
- You can try on the items at home. Mix and match the pieces you receive with the clothes you already own so you’ll be sure if they work for you.
- You can save 25%. That’s right! You automatically save 25% if you purchase everything that arrives in your fix.
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