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Saturday, February 27, 2016

Stitch Fix #11: February 2016

My fix was scheduled to arrive February 27th, but actually arrived 2 days early!! .

This is fix number 11 for me and I asked my stylist for some spring pieces and purses and once again Kristen delivered!!

Pixley Remus Mixed Material Top - When I first saw this I didn't love it. I like the idea of a "dressy" tank that can be dressed up a bit but I didn't love this one. I tried it on with my boyfriend jeans and that didn't help the situation. I've pretty much been living in my boyfriend and skinny jeans so I've sort of forgotten about my other jeans. I reached for a pair of straight leg jeans I've had for a while and I really started to like the top. I think I need to play with it a bit more.

Papermoon Dorset Tie Neck Top - When I first looked at my style card I thought this would be one of my return items. I actually received my fix on the day of my BFF birthday party. I was having a real hard time finding something to wear and I decided to try on my new tops. I started with the Pixley Remus Mixed Material Top but didn't love it but when I put this on I knew it was my outfit for the night!

Le Lis Alante 3/4 Woven Back Knit Top - I have had this top pinned on my Pinterest board and Kristen was able to get it! I was so happy when I seen it was coming. I was a little disappointed when I tried it on as I didn't feel it fit me well. Maybe a bit too big, I'm not sure. I do love the top, just not sure it's doing me any favors. I first tried it with some cuffed bottoms and ballet flats.

Then with my Kut From The Kloth Kate Distressed Boyfriend Jeans from Fix #10 and some sandals. I think this is a fairly versatile top as well and could be dressed up or down.

Daniel Rainn Coronado Crochet Detail Top - This was another item I thought was a for sure return when I seen my style card. Krestin suggested pairing it with a (p)leather jacket for a night out. I had purchased a pair of pleather leggings a few months ago that I have yet to wear so I decided to try them with this blouse. Not sure I love it but Im definitely interested now lol. I also wanted to dress it down a bit for an everyday look so I paired it with my Just Black Dean Ankle Zip Skinny Jeans from my very first fix. I love the detail on this top and I think this top is pretty versatile. It just may be a keeper after all.

Street Level Nadia Woven Stud Clutch - I. Love. This. Color. I've been wanting a cobalt purse for a while now. Needless to say, I love this clutch. It also has a detachable chain strap so can be used as a purse, which is great for me as I tend to lose things that are not attached lol.

The Breakdown if you’re following along, here is what I decided to keep from my February Stitch Fix shipment: Remus Mixed Material Top from Pixley -- KEEP Dorset Tie Neck Top from Papermoon  -- KEEP Alante 3/4 Woven Back Knit Top from Kut From Le Lis -- KEEP (may sell on a Stitch Fix board if I decide I don't love it) Coronado Crochet Detail Top from Daniel Rainn -- KEEP (Kept this for discount but likely going to sell it on a Stitch Fix board) Nadia Woven Stud Clutch from  -- Street Level -- KEEP

Try Stitch Fix and Change the Way You Shop for Clothes

Now that you’ve seen what arrived in my February Stitch Fix shipment, let me fill you in on this amazing personal styling service. Stitch Fix delivers clothes direct to your door that are hand-picked just for you. Getting started is easy. Just complete your FREE style profile. There is no commitment and no need to purchase anything when you fill out your style profile. When you are ready, you can schedule a fix. For a $20 styling fee, you will be matched with your own personal stylist who will review your style profile and select five items just for you and ship them directly to your home. Shipping is free and you have three days to try the items on in the comfort of your own home. I love using the time to mix and match pieces with items I already own so I have a clear idea of how I would wear the item. Keep the items you love, check out online and return any unwanted pieces in the prepaid shipping envelope that is included in your fix. Returns are free too.

When you check out, you can schedule your next fix or wait a while and manually schedule a fix when you are ready for your next shipment of clothes. You have the option of using Stitch Fix as a subscription service or as a special treat once in a while. You can even request an outfit for an upcoming special occasion, such as a wedding or a vacation. You can personalize your Stitch Fix experience even further by setting price limits or informing your stylist that you don’t want a certain type of clothes (such as dresses or outerwear). Stitch Fix allows you to completely customize your experience.

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