Last week, I received my February Stitch Fix, so you know I have to share it with you all!
I ended up skipping the month of January and had my last (awesome) fix back in December. I had asked for a couple of specific pieces this time around and, unfortunately, some of them weren’t available. I also wasn’t even totally sure what I really wanted to ask for this time around, so the rest of my requests were pretty vague or non-existent (oops). At any rate, my stylist Julie did a good job of putting together some pieces that would fit my style…let’s see how they all panned out!
Kut From the Kloth Luciano Bootcut Jean – $88
I had asked for a pair of darker wash, bootcut jeans, so in that regard, these certainly fit the bill. I wouldn’t have had an issue with the price (I don’t mind paying more money for a good pair of denim) but unfortunately, they were too short to be able to wear with heels and were a bit snug on the waist. Return
Fun 2 Fun Sheridan Striped V-Neck Tab Sleeve Blouse – $48
I liked the look of this shirt when I first took it out of the box, but as soon as I put it on, I realized it was a no. While I liked the pattern/colors (who doesn’t love black and white?!) it just didn’t really do much to flatter and just sort of hung there. Return
RD Style Arleen Colorblocked Open Cardigan – $74
I went back and forth on this sweater a bit. I initially loved the oversized look, as well as the colors, but I just wasn’t positive. I’m also already starting to think of clothing I can wear into spring, and this is much more geared towards the fall/winter. However, it was just so darn comfortable and cozy that I couldn’t let it go, and I envision getting curled up on the couch all snuggled in it. Sooo…Kept It!
Bancroft Kara Hammered Coin Long Necklace – $34
I definitely liked this necklace and thought it was cute, but when it came down to deciding whether or not I liked it enough to buy, I ended up talking myself out of it. I really don’t like to spend a lot of money on jewelry unless I’m crazy about it. Return.
Mystree Aldora Pullover Sweater – $58
You may have already realized that this sweater was definitely a keeper, since I wore it out on Saturday night. I loved the oversized fit, without making it look sloppy, and I’m always on the lookout for a nice white sweater. I think this one will transition nicely into spring, so there was no doubt it was staying with me. Kept It!
Overall, I only kept two out of the five pieces, but I feel like the other three were so close to being keepers if the fit was a bit different. Ahh well, whatcha gonna do!? As of right now, I still have another Stitch Fix scheduled for next month, and I’m thinking that will be a good opportunity to add a few new pieces for spring (maxi dresses, skirts, tanks!) so I’m excited to see what will make its way to me.
Have you tried out Stitch Fix yet? Love it? Not for you?
Have you made any fun clothing or accessory purchases lately?
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