Stitch Fix Review: Fix #7 (October 2016) + FREE Styling Fee!

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stitch-fix-review-7 Stitch Fix Review: Fix #7 (October 2016)

I took a little break from Stitch Fix this summer, but when the temperatures started changing a couple weeks ago I knew it was time to schedule one! My closet definitely needed an update so I requested a pair of medium wash jeans with minor distressing (my first pair!), casual long sleeve tops and a lightweight jacket or vest with a hood. the fix arrived on Friday and my new stylist Britt knocked it out of the park! I ended up keeping 4 of the 5 items and selling the 5th one so I could get the discount! (Remember, when you keep all five items, you save 25% on your entire purchase.) If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix yet, you will want to be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post for more information about how it works including a link to get FREE styling on your first box!

Here’s what Britt sent me:

Skies are Blue Keeva Plaid Back Pullover. I have to admit that even though plaid is all the rage this fall, I wasn’t sure about this top. The plaid on the back reminds me of a shirt I wore in high school and I just wasn’t thrilled with the blue/green combo. I also kind of wish it didn’t have a fitted hem on the bottom. I actually may end up selling this one if I don’t grab for it.


Market & Spruce Edmond Henley Knit Top. This top is really soft and comfortable and the pattern is nice, too. It would look great with black dress pants. But, I can’t remember the last time I wore dress pants since I stay home with my boys and spend my time chasing after them or at the gym. This is the top I ended up selling, and I’m sure it’s new owner will love it! market-spruce-edmond-henley-knit-top-7


Loveappella Malbec Elbow Patch Knit Top. I was super excited to see this because I actually have it pinned. It was a little short in the sleeves and torso so I am sizing up. And, speaking of sizing up, Stitch Fix has a new option at checkout. You can now request an exchange when you checkout instead of emailing Customer Service and waiting of a response. You just put in the request and send back the item you need an exchange on. They send you the new one without any additional shipping charges. And, if it still doesn’t work out, you can return it for a refund! loveappella-malbec-elbow-patch-knit-top-7

Pistola Tory Distressed Ankle Zip Skinny Jean. I have a terrible time finding pants that fit me well. First, I have short legs, but petites are usually too short. And, I carry weight in my hips and thighs but have a small waist so pants tend to gap. These jeans fit amazingly! I desperately needed a pair in a medium wash and was hoping for a little distressing since I don’t have any. When I put these on, I knew they would be added to my closet. I love them and am wearing them in every picture in this post.

Coffeeshop Krita Jacket. I’m not a huge army green fan, but it works for me. I love the option to cinch at the waist and a hood was a must have on my list. The other part I love is that you won’t get air up your sleeves because there is an extra piece of fabric that hugs your wrists. I have a North Face black jacket and a Columbia coat that I wear in the winter when it gets really cold, but I was looking for a jacket for Fall and this definitely fits the bill. This was a must keep for me, too!coffeeshop-krita-jacket-7

Want to get your own Fix?? Create your account HERE and complete your Style Profile. This tells your stylist what types of clothes you like and don’t like. Once your profile is complete, you can schedule your fix! There is a $20 fee for StitchFix to send your fix BUT, your first one is FREE when you use my link in this post AND schedule to receive your first Fix by November 12. This can be used towards anything you decide to purchase. You will receive 5 items – clothes, accessories and/or shoes. And, if you decide to keep all 5 items, you will save 25% on your purchase. Once you receive your Fix, try it all on within 3 days and send back anything you don’t want. It’s that simple.

Now, I am normally a clearance rack shopper so I will tell you that Stitch Fix prices are higher than I would normally pay, but I look at it as a treat for myself. Here’s the great thing, once you sign up, you can get referrals and that means shopping credit! I am not being paid for this post so if you are interested in Stitch Fix and want to sign up, I would love for you to use my referral link and then share your link with your friends.

You can see all of my past fixes here:

And, no, you don’t have to do one every month. You can do it just once or as often as you like!

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