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StitchFix | Box #2

It’s that time again for another StitchFix box unveiling!

In the event that you’re not familiar with StitchFix, you can get my brief rundown in this post. I did specifically request the same stylist from my first Fix since she nailed my style tastes and preferences, and I figure that’s the best way to improve the boxes overtime by working with the same person.

While I wasn’t as enamored with the items in this box as I was with my first Fix, I did still come away with probably the cutest piece of clothing now hanging in my closet and still eager as ever to receive my next Fix.

Let’s get into it! (Psst – I use the good ‘ol iPhone for these photos to keep it real while I try everything on, so no judgment on the photography please!)

Kut From The Klotch Jonathan Skinny Corduroy – $68.00
Verdict: Returned It
Let’s start with the absolute worse piece of clothing in my box – dark green corduroy skinnies. Um, no. There was a time in my life when corduroy was my jam, but I was in elementary school. If these pants fit better and were tighter (I was sent a size 6), and if they were just a normal denim material, I may have considered them. But these? Ew.

41Hawthorn Analia Roll Tab Blouse – $38.00
Verdict: Returned It
This blouse was definitely in my style category – loose, lightweight and striped; however, the fit was a tad small on me. The blouse runs super tight in the arms (I was sent a Medium), and I also didn’t like where the length of the blouse hit me.

Andrew Marc Pila Sherpa Lined Vest – $88.00
Verdict: Returned It
I was excited to receive something from Andrew Marc since I picked up a new winter coat from the same brand last year, and I basically live in that coat once the snow starts falling. This vest was ridiculously cozy and soft – I essentially couldn’t stop “petting” the Sherpa lining; however, I couldn’t justify the price for a vest that I didn’t think would get a ton of wear. I think this vest belongs with someone who lives in Colorado or goes skiing a lot, just in my humble opinion.

RD Stylee Skipper Cocoon Cardigan – $68.00
Verdict: Returned It
This was one of those items that I was this close to keeping. I loved the color, material and fit of this cardigan. Ultimately, the cost is what made me return it – I feel like I could find something similar (and, I actually already own something similar in a different color) at a lower price point.

Coffeeshop Safi Plaid Tie Waist Jacket – $88.00
Verdict: Kept It!
I knew the second that I saw this jacket on my styling card that I was going to keep it. The color of the plaid is so rich and gorgeous for fall, and I absolutely love the neckline and fit. One thing to note on the fit (I have a Medium) is that since it’s a more fitted jacket, I don’t think I’ll be able to layer a heavy/chunky knit sweater underneath it, but it will be great as a layering piece over those lighter winter clothes. I’m thinking this would go well with a great pair of flare jeans, if I ever find the right pair for me!

Even though I wasn’t itching to keep every single item from this StitchFix like I was the last time, I was still happy to experiment with different clothing that I normally wouldn’t pick out for myself. I’m sticking to receiving Fixes every other month, so here’s to looking forward to December to see what I receive next!

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