I’m baaaaaaaaaack for my NINTH Stitch Fix review! Woop woop!! My stylist was Kimberly again this month (she is KILLIN’ it lately) – so I was so happy to see her as my stylist again.
I’m going to cut to the chase and quit the chatter and get right to the review today… 🙂
As usual, I share pictures of the items I got, sizing, pricing, and what I thought of it, etc. and whether or not I kept it. I take these pics in my backyard because I want to give you a “first impression” of each item as I try it on.
Without further ado:
I was SO SO SO SO SOOOOOO excited to receive this vest in my November fix! I specifically requested it because I saw it on the rack when they had gotten a shipment in when I visited the Stitch Fix warehouse (The Hizzy) back in September. (See picture below). So yes, needless to say I was PUMPED that my stylist, Kimberly, included it in my fix!! It’s even more beautiful in person…
I LOVE the fit of it, I LOVE the thickness – it’s warm without being overwhelming. And the price point is right on! So, it was definitely love-at-first-try-on.
This was a blouse that I wasn’t sure about… I liked it, but didn’t LOVE it out of the box. I felt like I had something similar in my closet (I didn’t, actually once I looked), and it just felt… I dunno… boring.
But once I tried it on, this blouse is anything but boring. The patterned part of the shirt is a silky material and the sleeves are jersey knit. It’s SO soft and loose fitting and comfortable. And I really felt like the colors were complementary on me… I just fell in love with this top once I tried it on! It’s beautiful!
Also, the price point is also totally right on for this top – in my opinion!
So, it was a DEFINITE yes.
I had a major case of the sads with this shirt. I LOVED it out of the box… the print and pattern is totally my style. I love the shape of it. I have a few other Renee C tops and so I felt so confident. And then before I took this picture, I went to try it on and almost got stuck in the shirt. The shoulders run REALLY small / tight. I have other Renee C tops in the same size that fit fine, but this one was SO small I was actually afraid I was going to have to cut it off of me. Terrifying. And embarrassing.
I did think the quality was great and the price was right… buuuuuuut the fit? Not so much.
So, needless to say, the fit on this one was a big fail.
This sweater, out of the box, is normally TOTALLY not my style at all. But, I picked it up and it is so insanely soft… it’s crazy. Like, it’s crazy soft. You just want to snuggle up next to a fire with Smores in this sweater. It’s the bee’s knees.
Yes, the white part of the sweater is attached… it’s like a faux shirt underneath a sweater thing… (that’s the formal term). Anyway, the sweater is a little big and a little baggy… but honestly, I kinda like it that way. It’s snuggly and comfortable. I can wear it with leggings or skinny jeans (it covers the bum!) I already know this is going to be a sweater I wear A LOT this fall and winter!
So, it was a WIN!
I am so so so so so torn on these pants.
I have to really LOVE something to want to spend $98 on it. Ya know? I really LIKED these pants, but something was off and I didn’t LOVE them. But, now that I’m looking back at the pics, I’m KINDA wishing I had kept them.
Awesome. Again. As usual. I just have fallen into a great groove with my stylist, Kimberly, and she’s been sending me GREAT pieces lately. This probably would have been a fix where I had kept everything had the Renee C top fit me.
I still am just LOVING my experience with Stitch Fix and I look forward to my fix every single month!!
*This post is NOT sponsored and I am not being told to write this post. I am a huge fan of Stitch Fix and pay for the service with my own money. I am a Stitch Fix affiliate and receive a credit when you sign up for Stitch Fix. If you sign up for Stitch Fix and try it yourself, you will also get a referral link that YOU can share with your friends and family and you can receive credit, too! YAY!