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When I opened my latest Stitch Fix box, I was pleasantly surprised to see that my stylist, Layla, had sent five items that I could wear with leggings this fall. As the temperatures begin to drop in Michigan, I’ve been craving opportunities to pull out my riding boots and dress in cozy laters and this fix was just my style. If you missed the beginning of my October Stitch Fix Review, you can catch up by clicking the image below.
Now let’s get to it so I can show you the rest of my October Stitch Fix review …
Camy Textured Stripe Trim Pullover
Knowing how much I enjoy a warm and cozy sweater, Layla included the Camy Textured Stripe Trim Pullover from Market & Spruce ($64) in my fix. The cream sweater with black stripes was a perfect item to wear with my black riding boots and leggings.
The cozy factor of this sweater was too good to resist and I immediately decided that I had to add the Camy Textured Stripe Trim Pullover to my closet. I’m spending a lot of time crawling around on the floor with my kindergarten students. This outfit will let me stay modest and comfortable in my leggings, while also keeping me stylish and professional.
Cassi Open Cardigan
The final item included in my October Stitch Fix box was a Cassi Open Cardigan from RD Style ($68). I loved the soft tan color of the sweater because it paired so well with the lighter color pieces in my closet. (Soft color palettes are my very favorite.) I styled the sweater with a dusty pink short sleeve tunic, my bisque pointed lace top extender, a rose quartz Rayne necklace from Kendra Scott, black leggings, and of course my Lovestruck Tieks. These shoes were made for a neutral palette with pink tones!
You can read more about Tieks and why I love them in this blog post. You’ll also find out why they can be hard to like when you first invest in a pair.
As much as I loved this outfit, I decided to return the sweater. It was a little overpowering on me. Yes, it looked perfect when my hand was in one of the pockets, but the front panels were just a little too wide for my frame and it didn’t give the tunic and lace extender enough of a chance to shine. The Cassi Open Cardigan was a cozy sweater for layering, just a little too much of it for my taste.
After trying on a really fun fix that kept me feeling cozy in black leggings the entire time, here’s the list of what I ultimately decided to keep and to return.
Serafina Lace Detail Cardigan from Le Lis ($58) – return
Barty Henley Tunic from Market & Spruce ($58) – KEEP
Benete Back Slit Knit Top from Loveappella ($54) – return
Camy Textured Stripe Trim Pullover from Market $ Spruce ($64) – KEEP
Cassi Open Cardigan from RD Style ($68) – return
Give Stitch Fix a Try
If you’ve been on the fence about Stitch Fix, now is a great time to give it a try! Kids are back in school and moms are back into their busy routines. Stitch Fix allows you to shop in the convenience of your home.
Here’s how it works in 6 easy steps:
- Create a FREE style profile at StitchFix.com.
It’s easy and only takes a few minutes.
- When you are ready, schedule your first fix.
There’s no monthly obligation. Just pay a $20 styling fee and you’ll be matched with a personal stylist who will hand-pick 5 items just for your based on your style preferences. Your stylist will ship the items direct to your door. Shipping is FREE.
- Try on the clothes.
You can try on the clothes in the comfort of your own home. I know a lot of moms who do this after their kids are in bed. Enjoy a little convenient shopping time for yourself.
- Check out online.
With the Stitch Fix app, you can leave feedback for each item and check out directly from your smartphone. (You can also check out on your computer.) Your $20 styling fee will automatically be deducted from the cost of anything you keep. And if you decide to keep all 5 items, your will automatically save 25% on your entire purchase with the buy-all discount.
- Return your unwanted items.
Keeping all five of your Stitch Fix items is a pretty amazing thing! If your fix wasn’t a home run, that’s ok! Just place any unwanted items in the pre-addressed shipping envelope that arrives in your fix and drop it in the mail. Returns are free and easy!
- Schedule your next fix!
Log in to Stitch Fix any time to schedule your next fix. Some people arrange for a new fix each season or when they have a special event (like a vacation) coming up. I like to receive a new fix each month so I have my account set to automatically send a monthly shipment.
Now that you know how easy it is, what are you waiting for? Sign up for Stitch Fix today and get ready for your new favorite shopping experience.
How to Get the Best Clothes from Stitch Fix
I’ve had the same stylist for over two years and she knows me so well. If you are just starting out with Stitch Fix, it can take some time to develop a relationship with your stylist and get a perfect fit from your fix. I shared all of my best tips to get an amazing fix in this blog post. If your fixes have been less-than-stellar, find out how to make your next fix a great one!
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More Fall Stitch Fix Styles from My Closet
My stylist always sends the very best items my way. Check out what arrived in some of my previous fixes for the fall season.