This Stitch Fix post is a little late because…
I sent a box back! Gasp!
It’s true. When I opened my Stitch Fix box in mid-November, I was underwhelmed. The clothes were too similar to clothing I received from Stitch Fix before including one dress that was identical to the one I bought before, just in a different color. It didn’t excite me. I didn’t love it. So, I emailed customer service and shared my concerns. They graciously agreed to comp my styling fee ($20) and offered to send me out a new box immediately. I agreed.
The clothes I received in my new box were unique and fun. They even prompted a little dance party. Let’s begin:
Kut From The Kloth Deanna Colored Skinny JeanBrown jeans.. I love them. So different from the usual denim that populates my closet. This look screams fall, and even though its winter, I loved these colors on me. Kut from the Kloth is fast becoming one of my favorite brands as I now own many of their clothes. I kept the pants ($78)
Tart Rikki Gathered Waist Printed DressThis was a hard decision. Overall, very flattering.The pattern was vibrant. I loved the keyhole near the top. The issue here was price ($128). I couldn’t justify spending that much on it. It’s definitely not a dress I could wear every day or chase after my son while wearing. Perhaps if I was teaching right now, it would have made an excellent work dress paired with a blazer. However, it doesn’t fit in my life right at present, so I sent it back.
Brixon Ivy Fallon Mixed Print Sleeveless Blouse
Kut From The Kloth Masie Faux Leather Panel Pencil Skirt
I felt very confident in this outfit. The top had an interesting and unique print.I loved that the skirt had a faux leather panel while the rest of it was made of cloth. This made the skirt very moveable and not at all constraining. I believe it was the inspiration for my dance party.I didn’t keep any of it. Again, while fun, I have absolutely no place to wear it. This would be another great work outfit paired with a light sweater. But since I’m not working,I decided that it would be out of place in my day-to-day wear. Someday, maybe 🙂
Octavia Mondo Colorblock Cross Stitch Infinity Scarf
My son joined my dance party for this scarf. I loved this scarf! It was soft and warm. I also loved the mixture of blue and brown in the colorblocking. But, I had to say no. I own a scarf in brown that is chunky like this one. I felt they were too similar to each other. So, I sent it back.
Overall, my Stitch Fix box was a ton of fun. It’s good that I only kept one item, because I would honestly bankrupt myself in clothing if I bought the whole box every time.
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