Samantha Chic: Unboxing // December 2015 Stitch Fix review


Unboxing // December 2015 Stitch Fix review

Another month, another Stitch Fix review...  

This month marks my 20th Stitch Fix box (you can sign up here if you're interested). Again, I didn't keep anything in this box because a) we just moved across the country, which costs a lot, and b) I'm only working part-time right now so we're trying to keep expenses down.

Overall though, there were some good pieces. I'll need to make a note to my stylist though that I now live in California so I don't need as many heavy sweaters - hah!

The pieces ranged from $58 to $78 each for a total of $320. After the $20 styling fee and 25% discount, the whole box could be purchased for $242.50.

Papermoon Cheryl Printed Pencil Skirt $58 | STATUS: Sent Back

I love a good pencil skirt! They are definitely a staple in my closet because they're perfect for work, but also can be worn on the weekends when you want to be a little dressier.

A printed pencil skirt like this one is a great way to show some personality in the office while still looking 100% professional. I liked the colors and floral pattern a lot and it fit nicely without clinging anywhere.

Kut From the Kloth Danny Knit Pants $78 | STATUS: Sent Back

I was a little confused by this item because I received a pair of Kut From the Kloth pants in this exact color in a previous box.

Albeit those were a corduroy material, but I really don't need another pair of pants in the same color at the moment. 

That being said, I really like Kut From the Kloth pants -- they fit well, they hold their shape, they flatter and look nice. Overall, great pants!

Market & Spruce Liz Textured Sweater $68| STATUS: Sent Back

This piece was a little bit of a let down for me. When I looked at the picture on the card, it looked like it has more gray in the center with cream sleeves, which I really liked and wanted to keep.

When I pulled it out of the box though, it didn't quite match what I thought it would look like. It appears to be more navy-ish in the center.

Also, as mentioned above, I'm not really in the market for heavy sweaters at the moment. Probably in a couple years though when I acclimate to this weather!
THML Derrick Open Drape Cardigan $68 | STATUS: Sent Back

I kind of liked this sweater (the colors remind me of my alma mater, WVU!), but I'm not a fan of open drape cardigans.

I can never seem to get them to drape right and look flattering on me and this one feel into that category unfortunately.

Overall though it was  a nice, light knit cardigan that would be perfect for spring or fall.

BRIXON IVY Nickole Sleeveless Lace Fit & Flare Dress $78 | STATUS: Sent Back

Last was this fit & flare dress in a beautiful royal blue color. This was probably my favorite piece in the box, but as Ryan always points out - I own a hundred dresses almost exactly like this!

I do own a lot of A-line, fit & flare dresses because that's what flatters me most.

I don't own one in Royal Blue though! But sadly, as mentioned above, I had to pass this month due to expenses.
So, that was my 20th 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!

Get more:

-- Nov. 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- Oct. 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- Sept. 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- Aug. 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- July 2015 Stitch Fix review

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