Can you believe it is already October?!? Today I can officially put out my Halloween decorations. I’m pretty excited seeing all of these cute home fall tours all over blogland, but I never myself decorate for fall because I truthfully am lazy and I do not want to have to store more things 😉 Anyway, back to the reason we’re here, my October 2015 Stitch Fix or my 15th Stitch Fix! For any readers who are wanting to find out more about Stitch Fix, check out my first post about it here.
1. Nerbi Lace Sleeve Keyhole Back Knit Top by Loveappella ($58)—Returned
The Nerbi Lace Sleeve Keyhold Back Knit Top by Loveappella was a little expensive for my taste. I was not a fan of the lace arms, plus they were snug and an awkward length. On the bright side, the middle fabric was very soft, and the keyhole in the back was cute.
2. Alan French Terry Asymmetrical Zip Cardigan by Market & Spruce ($68)—Kept!
I had actually pinned the Alan French Terry Asymmetrial Zip Cardigan by Market & Spruce to my Pinterest Style board, and my stylist Molly saw it and included in this fix. This is a thicker cardigan, and I like that you can wear it both open and zipped. The cardigan was a little on the pricey side for me, but I decided to keep it since it was different than anything I currently have.
3. Jovani Twill Jacket by Latte ($98)—Returned
In my note to my stylist for this fix, I asked for the Chaplin Anorak that I kept seeing on Pinterest. Unfortunately, it has been so popular that it was out of stock in my size. So my stylist sent me the Jovani Twill Jacket by Latte instead. It ended up feeling bulky, and I did not like the way the front of the jacket made triangles at the bottom.
4. Renesme Floral Faux Wrap Dress by BRIXON IVY ($78)—Kept!
When I pulled the Renesme Floral Faux Wrap Dress by BRIXON IVY, my first thought was that I did not need another wrap dress. Then I realized it had 3/4 length sleeves and fit very well.
5. Carillon Knit Top by Papermoon ($48)—Returned
The Carillon Knit Top by Papermoon is similar to a few past shirts that I have received and returned. I believe the price is high for such a basic shirt, although it was comfortable. I also did not like the bright neon stripes or the pattern detail on the V-neck.
I’m excited about my wrap dress and cardigan that I kept from this fix, and as always am looking forward to next month’s fix!
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