|All my stuff, with the box and the style card. I like the color story of my items this time.|
Let's have a look at what I got this time!
Outfit One, featuring: Mavi Freida Corduroy, and Collective Concepts Gustav Textured V-Neck Sweater.
Ok, now the cords. I specifically requested a corduroy or velveteen pant in a modern cut, knowing full well that it could be a challenge for my stylist to find a pant that actually fit over my booty without gapping at the back waist. What can I say other than my stylist totally delivered on these! They fit great, with no gap at the back, they're a good length, and they're SUPER comfy. I foresee myself wearing these a lot. They'll work for school, and can be dressed up or down. I can rotate them in and out of my wardrobe with my other black skinny pants from Banana Republic, which is a good thing, since those have to be dry-cleaned. These cords are a definite keeper!
Here's another basic outfit I created with pieces I already had...
Outfit Two, featuring: Mavi Freida Corduroy, denim shirt from Eddie Bauer, and Timberland Earthkeepers boots.
Let's move on to the next item.
Outfit Three, featuring: Collective Concepts Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse, and (again!) Mavi Freida Corduroy.
This shirt on it's own isn't really fabulous for me. Yellow is another of those colors that just doesn't suit my skin tone very well. That being said, the shirt fits like it's supposed to and is comfortable, and will meet some of my other outfit ideas, as you can see in the next image...
Outfit Four, featuring: Collective Concepts Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse, Mavi Freida Cordoroy (there's those pants again!), cardigan from Target, and hand-made scarf that my dad brought be back from Ireland. Oh, and those Timberland boots again, too.
Outfit Five, featuring: Collective Concepts Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse, Look by M Celine Lace Pattern Fringe End Scarf, Pink Martini Augustina Lace Back Open Cardigan, and my own Miss Me straight leg jeans.
On the cardigan, it's the right color and the right size. Again, my stylist followed my request for blue and navy, and layering pieces. This piece fits all of those check-marks. The cardigan is nice, but I'm just not a big fan of the lace back trend that's happening right now. I can't explain it, don't know why, but I just don't love the look of a lace back shirt.
Overall, I think I can accomplish the same look of this outfit with pieces I already have, like the scarf in the primary colors outfit, and my own navy cardigan that's already in my closet (not pictured). So, I'm returning both the cardigan and the scarf.
So, after my third fix, I'd still say that I'm happy with Stitch Fix. I still think it's a lot of fun, and I really like having someone else pick out pieces for me and give me outfit suggestions. Again, I think my stylist really listened to my requests and picked out some great pieces, even though she was my third stylist. The shipping and check-out process is easy and fun. There are a lot of benefits to me for continuing with Stitch Fix. The biggest reasons are that there's not a lot of shopping opportunities in Almost-Canada, MT, and when I am places where there is decent shopping, I don't seem to have a ton of extra time to do said shopping. The prices are reasonable, in my opinion, and I'm getting pieces I may not have picked out or tried on for myself otherwise. I'm getting great styling ideas for cute outfits, too.
Most of all, I think the biggest benefit to me of Stitch Fix is that I'm getting back into looking cute and taking more pride in being fashionable, which is something I had gotten away from since living up here. Ultimately, I'm feeling more confident in my appearance and therefore, in myself. And that's a good thing.
Here's a rundown, again, of what I'm keeping and what I'm sending back.
Look by M Celine Lace Pattern Fringe End Scarf: Returned.
Mavi Freida Corduroy: KEPT, Enthusiastically!!!
Collective Concepts Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse: Kept.
Pink Martini Augustina Lace Back Open Cardigan: Returned.
Collective Concepts Gustav Textured V-Neck Sweater: Returned.
If you haven't tried Stitch Fix and you want to, please consider signing up through my referral link (below) so I can get a little credit when your first Fix ships. If you've already signed up for Stitch Fix using my referral code from last time, but you're still waiting to schedule your first fix (there are a few of you who have done that!) maybe consider scheduling it. You might get some awesome things that you really love, too!
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And, in case you're curious, here's a link to my October Stitch Fix Review.
So, there you have it, folks! Hope you all have a wonderful week!