After sadly returning everything in fix #16 due to fit issues, I was anxiously awaiting fix #17. Apparently having a senior stylist is the way to go, because Allisha knocked it out of the park! Fix #17 is a 5/5 with almost everything coming straight off my Pinterest board.
This outfit is 3 items out of the box… THREE! I love when everything comes together and makes a complete outfit. Pictured here is the RD Style Shanda Open Cardigan ($78), Market & Spruce Colibri Plaid Printed Tab-Sleeve Shirt ($48), and Liverpool Mira Skinny Jean ($88). The Colibri and pull-on jeans have been on my Pinterest forever, and I had an oversized mustard cardigan pinned from another site, so she chose the burgundy one to send and I love it. Everything pairs nicely with my Enzo Angiolini Daniana Riding Boots!
I mean how cozy does this cardigan look? I am such a sucker for a big, soft cardigan. Even my husband said something about this being the 4th or 5th cardi I have gotten from Stitch Fix, but I don’t care… I love them!
You want to know what else I’m a sucker for…. Plaid. I love plaid and force it on everyone in my house. My kids have plaid shirts, and so does the hubby, and I even buy plaid boxers for my oldest. It’s such a fun pattern! Allisha sized up for me in the Colibri and I am so glad that she did. Even with the large, it’s still gaping the tiniest bit at the buttons, but I know I couldn’t have worn the medium.
Next up is the Le Lis Stanley Striped Raglan Top ($44). The front is charcoal with a white pocket, and the back is white and charcoal striped.
I am in love with the back of this. It’s long enough to cover my butt, which I’m always self-conscious about, and the material is super soft.
Lastly is the Papermoon Jared Contrast Trim Knit Top ($48). I pinned this a while back when fall clothes started showing up and I am glad it finally made its way to me. Colors are black and white with mustard trim. Allisha sized up in this one also, and I’m really glad she did. I don’t do fitted tops at all, so the large has a much roomier fit.
Stitch Fix is an online personal styling service that will send you 5 pieces in a box. You pay a $20 styling fee up front in order for a stylist to choose pieces for you. Once the box arrives you can try everything on then choose what to keep. There is a 25% discount for keeping all 5 pieces. Before you get started there is a style profile you fill out so your stylist can know your preferences. You can choose to receive no jewelry like I have, or you can leave all the options open and receive clothes, jewelry, and/or an accessory each time. You can set up automatic shipments as frequently as every 2-3 weeks, or you can choose to do manual shipments and tell Stitch Fix when you’d like to receive a box. They also have a referral system where you can receive a $25 credit for every person who signs up through your link and purchases a fix. So really, even if you hate everything in the box, which I highly doubt you will, you’re only out $20. You can ship everything back with a prepaid envelope and choose whether to get another fix next month. If you leave detailed feedback about your items, keep your style profile updated, make a note about any upcoming special occasions or vacations, and link to your Pinterest, you’re bound to have a great fix!