I had a blast with my last Stitch Fix. I had one the same stylists that I've had before and she did an awesome job choosing my Fix. I loved that she knew some of what was in my closet already from a previous Fix and knew some of what she chose would mix with that well. Just what I need!
I had requested items for cooler weather but adaptable to the always changing Colorado autumn.
Kut from the Kloth: Danny 5 Pocket Knit Pant -The pants were a great style and a great color, unfortunately just didn't fit well.
Look by M: Shannon Plaid Infinity Scarf -This scarf was soft and comfy but the color made me look washed out.
41Hawthorn: Dita Colorblock Sleeveless Ponte Dress- I almost kept the dress. It fit like a glove, but I had just purchased a dress the last Fix and wasn't sure how much I would get use out of a fall/winter dress.
I kept two tops that were great colors and colors that I don't have much (or any) of in my closet.
Fun2Fun: Tyson Scarf Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse- This first top is lightweight and fits great.. A fun print and perfect fall colors.
TCEC: Roxanna Chevron Open Knit Cardigan- This striped sweater is very comfortable and love the cut of it.
Thus far I'm loving the items that I've chosen from my previous Fixes and still wear them often. For someone with little time to shop and when I do I tend to purchase the same types of things, I've found Stitch Fix to be a great way to fill in the gaps in my wardrobe. While it is often more expensive than I would purchase in the store (hello sale rack!) the quality of clothes has been wonderful, so for me it balances out.
So have you tried Stitch Fix?
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