Stitch Fix – November 2015
My 16th box came the other day. I’ve just unpacked it, and tried everything on. I’m still torn about what I’ll keep and what I’ll send back.
If you are new to Stitch Fix, this is how it works:
1. Start by filling out our your style profile – you will provide information on sizing, pricing, preferences, and colors. You can also write notes about likes/dislikes. Make sure to use Pinterest to pin the kinds of items you are interested in and link your board on Pinterest so your futurist stylist knows what you like!
3. When you receive your box, try everything on. See what looks good on you, how things look with items you already have in your closet. Then, decide what you want and what you want to send back in the postage paid envelope provided. (Easy!) You have 3 business days to make your choices. I am often sent clothes that I would not normally pick up in a store. But, it’s nice to be exposed to different fashion choices. Sometimes it’s an immediate yes, or an immediate NO, or sometimes things grow on you. That’s what makes Stitch Fix so fun!
So let’s check out what I received in my 16th Fix!
- Mo-Ka Stacy Oversized Coat.
The coat is definitely over-sized. A cocoon-style coat. It is very comfortable, in a kind of moto style with slightly off-set zipper. It seems well-made and warm.
2. Kut from the Kloth Sinclaire Floral Button-up Blouse
I had pinned something similar. This one is a bit dark. It will take a couple more try-ons before I decide.
I actually requested this item after seeing it on Pinterest. I love grey. It is soft and comfortable. I tried it on with both white pants and black leggings. I will probably also try it on with jeans to make my final decision.
And then as the style card suggested, I added a maroon scared I already had.
4. Echo Alex Plaid Scarf
This scarf is extremely soft. The colors are lovely.
5. Kut from the Kloth Jonathan Skinny Cordoroy
The fit is great (as will all the Kut form the Kloth pants) and they are super comfortable, but they are a bit long. I’m hoping they come in a shorter length, so I can do an exchange.
If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix yet, give it a try. It is a fun way to try new pieces & give your wardrobe an injection of interesting pieces that you can’t always see in stores.