After falling in love with the Rebekah blazer, Jordan pants and Potter Button Back sweater, the bar was set pretty high for the remaining items in my fix. Needless to say, I couldn’t wait to try them on. If you’re just now joining the party, you can catch those photos on page 1.
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Here are the remaining items included in this months fix. Keep reading to enter the giveaway and check out the link up :)
Savana Quilted Coat from Andrew Marc
Layla also included outerwear in this month’s fix! I have a slight addiction to cute coats and jackets and I knew the second that I saw this emerald green Savana Quilted Coat from Andrew Marc ($118) that I was going to be making room in our coat closet for it! The coat was lightweight, but very warm. It fit perfectly and also looked quite stunning.
Wearing the coat made me want to get all bundled up with my glossy black hunter boots and take a walk in the snow. I need to stop now because I am not going to start wishing for the cold weather to arrive. It will be here soon enough.
This coat was very similar to the maroon coat that I received last year in my 15th fix. Even though I kept that coat and this one is a similar style, I decided to keep it. Like I said, it’s an addiction.
Lizzy Colorblock Striped Sweater from 41Hawthorn
The fifth and final item included in this month’s fix was a Lizzy Colorblock Striped Sweater from 41Hawthorn ($68). When I checked out from my previous fix, I had requested that Layla send a basic crewneck sweater my way. Thick, warm sweaters are nice, but I start to feel bogged down if I dress in heavy sweaters every day during the cold months. I like mixing in lighter weight sweaters too. Especially on the weekends.
When I first saw this sweater, I was a little nervous about the horizontal stripes. As you know, stripes that wrap around the body are not always a woman’s best friend. Fortunately, the sweater was very flattering even with the stripes! It fit great, and was very flattering. As a Detroit area native, I also love that the sweater matches the colors of the Detroit Tigers. I’m not usually one to wear team apparel so this will be a great piece to wear on a chilly game day when everyone else is wearing jerseys and Tigers gear.
I changed necklaces when I tried on this sweater. I like wearing silver jewelry with gray and blue, so I put on my Silver Elisa Kendra Scott Necklace (which also came from Rocksbox) instead. It was perfect!
Here’s a quick recap of the items included in this month’s fix:
Rebekah Blazer from Kensie ($88) -- KEEP
Jordyn Bootcut Pant from Liverpool ($88) -- KEEP
Potter Button Back Sweater from En Crème ($58) -- KEEP
Lizzy Colorblock Striped Sweater from 41Hawthorn ($68) -- KEEP
Savana Quilted Coat from Andrew Marc ($118) -- KEEP
Stitch Fix Giveaway
Now that you’ve seen all of the incredible pieces that came in my fix, it’s your turn to have a little fun. I’m giving away a $20 Stitch Fix gift card to one lucky Crazy Together reader. Use the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win!
How to Get the Best Clothes from Stitch Fix
If you enjoyed my fix and want to know help your stylist select pieces that fit your style perfectly, you definitely want to read this blog post. I share all of my best tips for communicating with your stylist. It took me several attempts to find a stylist that understood my personal style and fit preferences and I still make sure I communicate very clearly with Layla (since she’s not a mindreader.)
Discover More Great Fixes
I’m trying something new this month. Several other bloggers are also huge Stitch Fix fans and they are linking up to share their recent fixes with you too. Click on any of the images below to see what they received. Get ready to pin your favorites. You might even discover a great new stylist to request for your next fix.
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