Right before Christmas, I received my December Stitch Fix, which was not only like an early Christmas present to myself, but it was also a bit of a surprise. I had forgotten that I had one scheduled to come that month!
As you guys may remember, my last fix from October was not all that great. It seems like my fixes have either been awesome or crappy, but I was holding out hope and decided to try out another month…and I’m so glad I did. This month’s fix was great!
Here’s a look at what I got:
KUT FROM THE KLOTH Callie Denim Jacket – $74.00
Gahhhh! Finally!! I have been wanting a denim jacket for the longest time (even though it’s not exactly denim jacket weather at the moment up here in NY), and was thrilled to see this one arrive. Had I been shopping in a store, I’m not sure I would have checked this one out further with that price (I probably would have stuck closer to the $30-40 range), but for the quality and the way it fit, I absolutely had to have it. Keeper!
KUT FROM THE KLOTH Marquis Heathered V-Neck Dolman Sweater – $58.00
There is a lot I love about this sweater, including the fit, the color, and the hi-low shape. The fabric seems a bit stiff right now, adding a little extra bulk in the shoulders, but I’m sure that a couple of washes will fix that up. Keeper!
PAPERMOON Delphina Striped Knit Top -$38.00
I don’t know what it is about this shirt but I. am. in. love. with it. The fabric is light, making it perfect for layering and wearing throughout the seasons (although it really gets stuck on velcro), and I love the navy/cream color. I actually already wore this last weekend so, obviously, keeper!
KUT FROM THE KLOTH Jonathan Corduroy Skinny Pant – $48.00
I was on the fence at first with these and, honestly, I didn’t think I’d ever wear corduroy again. Pretty sure the last time I touched corduroy was in like, fourth grade. But I tried them out with a few different outfits and was happy with how they paired. I like that they’re a darker color, but not black for a change (navy), so it’ll be nice to have a different color of bottoms. The corduroy is stretchy and defines the leg-hugging fit of jean-style pants.
So after weighing the pros/cons of keeping them and realizing it would be cheaper to keep them than return them (with the buy all, 25% discount), they’re a keeper!
URBAN EXPRESSIONS Otis Mixed Material Crossbody Bag – $48.00
The pictures really don’t do this bag justice. And it also looks/lays a bit awkward when it’s empty, like in the pics above. Once I added in all of my regular purse “stuff,” I found that it “fit” much better.
I love the color and the mixed materials, and I really love how it’s a bit bigger. I started using it this past weekend and was able to put some of Lucas’s things in there without having to carry around his diaper bag, too. Another keeper!
Here’s how I paired a couple of the above items this past weekend, too…
As you can probably already told, I’m super happy with this month’s Stitch Fix, and I wound up keeping all five pieces that I received (After some remaining credits and discount, I paid a total of $98 and change, I believe). My stylist (I think her name was Julie…??) was spot on! I’m skipping January, but have another one scheduled for February, and I’m hoping that I get the same stylist again, because she really seemed to “get” me. Fingers crossed!
So how about you guys? What fashion trends have you been loving so far this winter/new year??
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