January Stitch Fix Review

January 30, 2019·
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For this month’s fix, I am teaming up with my friend Carly at Lipgloss and Crayons to share our Stitch Fix fixes! So be sure to head over to her blog to see what she got in her fix. ALSO, we are going to be doing a giveaway for a $100 Stitch Fix gift card over on Instagram… so keep an eye out for that!

Also, I always request ethical brands or Made in the USA brands in my fixes and my stylist, Kimberly J. is always able to do the best she can to accommodate my request!

For those of you who may be new around here OR if you somehow are not familiar with Stitch Fix, here are a few FAQs that might be helpful to you:

  • Stitch Fix is a personal styling service where you sign up online, fill out an extensive style profile & one of their expert stylists will hand-select clothing and accessory items just for you and your lifestyle. 
  • Stitch Fix carries Women’s, Men’s, and Kids clothing – including Plus sizes, petite and maternity (pregnant mamas… Stitch Fix maternity is the JAM!)
  • You pay $20 to have your Fix curated by a personal stylist, which is applied towards anything you keep. If you keep all of your Stylist Picks, you get a 25% discount on your entire purchase!
  • No subscription required, you can get a Fix anytime you want. Either on-demand or on the regular – every few weeks, once a month or every season.
  • Returns are super easy & free. Keep what you love, send back the rest in your pre-paid envelope at any USPS mailbox.
  • Stitch Fix has a ton of different brands and a lot of exclusive styles to Stitch Fix. It’s all personalized to your style and budget.  
  • You can connect a Pinterest board to your style profile to show your stylist more styles and pieces you love
  • Women’s and Men’s Fixes include five items, while a Kid’s Fix includes 8-10 pieces

Okay! On to this month’s Stitch Fix Review…

Lemon Tart – Vama Boat Neck Brushed Raglan Knit – XL – $54 (Made in the USA)Lemon Tart - Vama Boat Neck Brushed Raglan Knit - XL - $54 (Made in the USA)

This is such a soft top! It feels like a really soft sweater. The blush pink color is beautiful. I also love that it’s a reasonable price point for a made in the USA top! I did end up returning it just because I didn’t totally *love* it and I honestly don’t know why… but my rule right now is to not buy anything unless I absolutely need or love it.

Mo-Ka – Veruca Faux Fur Lined Cargo Jacket – XL – $98 (Made in China)

Mo-Ka - Veruca Faux Fur Lined Cargo Jacket - XL - $98 (Made in China)

This is a RIDICULOUSLY warm coat. It’s really thick. Those in the polar vortex… you need this coat in your life. However, for me, it was just a little too bulky. I did love the style, but I think the bulk just isn’t necessary when I’d only need it a couple times here in NC.

PAIGE – Manhattan High Rise Bootcut Jean – 14 Petite – $189 (Made in the USA)

PAIGE - Manhattan High Rise Bootcut Jean - 14 Petite - $189 (Made in the USA)

Man I love PAIGE jeans. Yes, they are expensive. But, in my opinion, worth it. The quality is just so good. Even though these were petite length, they were a hair long. I ended up returning them because I have a pair almost identical… BUT I was so tempted to keep them!

Threads 4 Thought – Diaz Moto Legging – XL – $78 (Ethically made in China)

Threads 4 Thought - Diaz Moto Legging - XL - $78 (Ethically made in China)

These were an immediate yes. I love Threads 4 Thought as a brand, I love their leggings, and I am ALWAYS in need of good black workout leggings. The moto detail was the perfect addition to making these just a little more unique than plain black leggings. And honestly, these could work for non-workout times, too! Great athleisure leggings!

LNA Nonna V-Neck Cutout Sweatshirt – XL – $114 (Made in the USA)

While this sweater (definitely did not feel like a sweatshirt) was super soft… I just didn’t love it. And the price point was way too high for me for it. So it was a no…

What do you think? Do you like what I got? Anything I should have kept? 

You can schedule a fix here!