For my October Stitch Fix, I asked for some warm clothes for upcoming trip to Japan. If you are new around here and want to find out more about Stitch fix, check out my first post on it here. Unfortunately, I did not end up keeping anything from September’s fix, and was hoping to have a better fix for October. Here is what I received.
1) Posey Houndstooth Fringe Detail Knit Infinity Scarf by Look by M ($32)
Whenever I hear the word houndstooth, I immediately think of the University of Alabama’s black and white houndstooth. I was pleasantly surprised to see that this was a smaller navy and light pink houndstooth print. This infinity scarf was really soft and warm and nothing like anything I already have. It was a keeper.
2) Dean Ankle Zip Skinny Jean in Navy by Just Black ($78)
I also received these skinny jeans in my September stitch fix but in black. I did not keep them because they were slightly small. My stylist sent me this pair which was disappointing because I did not specifically ask for them again. Plus, skinny jeans are one of the items on my questionnaire that I requested to be avoided. When I went to try these on, the button popped right off before I could even try them on. Needless to say, I did not keep them.
3) Alycia Leather Should Knit Zip Jacket by THML ($78)
This idea of this jacket seemed confused to me. The pattern and feel reminded me of a cute wear to work professional jacket, but the leather and gold zipper threw me off. The jacket was warm and fit well, but it was not my style. I decided not to keep this one.
4) Farris French Terry Raglan Top by Kut From the Kloth ($48)
I usually like lounge tops, but I did not like this one. It fit okay, but was not as soft as I expect for a lounge top. The shirt itself is navy which is hard to tell from the picture. Decided not to keep it since I did not love it.
5) Amadi Scallop Hem Blouse by Papermoon ($48)
I LOVED the color of this blouse. I do not have anything similar to this color. While I liked the idea of the back of this shirt, I did not like that it was open. The sleeves were also long on me. I did not keep this shirt either.
Since I only ended up keeping the scarf, and did not keep anything in my last fix, I emailed Stitch Fix to see if they could switch up my stylist. It was nothing personal against my stylist. I just want to see if with a different stylist I would keep more from my fix. I opted on Stitch Fix to skip my November since I will be out of town. I then rescheduled my December fix to earlier in the month so I wouldn’t have to wait that long. I’m excited to see what the new stylist sends me. If you are interested in trying out Stitch Fix, be sure to sign up here.
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