Another month, another Stitch Fix review... Can you believe it's already February!? I'm ready for snow & cold to be over though.
This month marks my 10th Stitch Fix box (you can sign up here if you're interested). This box was one of those where I liked the pieces in theory, but when I tried them on, not so much.
Here's what I got in my box. The pieces ranged from $28 to $74 each for a total of $238. After the $20 styling fee and 25% discount, the whole box could be purchased for $163.50.
Bancoft Leighton Metal Bauble Necklace $34 | STATUS: Sent Back
I know I'm going to offend a few people with this comment, but I do not like bauble necklaces. Maybe it's because everyone seems to have one and wear it constantly, but it's a trend that needs to fade out, in my opinion.
I will say I liked this version the best so far out of all the ones I've seen over the years. Something about the silver plates and no other bright colors lent it an air of being higher end.
Kut From The Kloth Parcey Polka Dot Skinny Jean $48 | STATUS: Sent Back
I am not opposed to wearing patterned or colored pants, and I was really excited to see on the styling card that I had a pair of polka dot jeans.
The fit was perfect, as per usual with all Kut From The Kloth items I receive through Stitch Fix. However, in theory they worked, but in reality not so much.
The dots were dark on a medium to dark wash denim. In the light of the picture here you can see them a lot more easily, but in reality they blended into the denim a lot. If they had been a light denim color or white even, I would have loved them a lot more.
Kut From The Kloth Hera Collarless Animal Print Swing Jacket $74 | STATUS: Sent Back
If this had come just a month earlier I would have TOTALLY kept it. My stylist said she picked this coat based off of my Pinterest board, which is true, I was pinning a few leopard coats on there. But then like 3 weeks ago I purchased one from Target.
The fit was great on here though. I really liked that it didn't have a faux fur feel and was also lined in bright red. It had a very 60s / 70s feel to it, which I've been into lately.
This was another one that in theory I really liked. The Boyfriend referred to this as "The Reverse Mullet" shirt -- casual in the front, business in the back.
I really liked the idea of this, but when I put it on the juxtaposition of the contrasting themes was too much for me. And also, you'd have to go bra less in this shirt since the back in almost sheer.
Olive & Oak Mandi Mesh Detail Knit Top $28 | STATUS: Sent Back
This was my least liked item in the box for a number of reasons. First, it had a sporty cut and detailing with the mesh lining around the sleeves and hem. I'm not really into the sporty look a whole lot. I'll dabble sometimes, but this not so much.
Secondly, the fit was a little weird around the chest. The left armhole laid down flat and fit well. But then the right one didn't fit and kept gaping to expose my bra underneath. Something was a little off.
So, that was my 10th box! Tell me what you think about Stitch Fix in the comments below. If you're interested in Stitch Fix, you can sign up here!
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