Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Fix Me Up Vol. 11

This past weekend I tried on my eleventh fix. Stitch Fix has become one of my go-to methods of finding fun, statement pieces to add to my wardrobe. I would love to be able to use the service more often but alas, bills.



At this point I feel like my stylist and I are on the same page. She consistently sends me pieces that I like. Here's a look at what I received this time. 

Daniel Rainn Poppins Crochet Trim Blouse - $64 - Returned




I really wanted to keep this top. Like, reeally wanted to welcome it into the arms of my closet. But I just couldn't make peace with the price tag. The detail along the shoulders was my favorite, plus who doesn't love polka dots?



Look By M Sammie Plaid Infinity Scarf - $34 - Kept




I've been looking for a nice plaid infinity scarf and this one was perfect. Obviously I'm still looking because there is no such thing as too many scarves but this screams fall and it was so cozy. 



RD Style Killian Cowl Neck Sweater - $68 - Returned



I just wasn't on board with this sweater. For one, it was too big. This was a large and I could have used a medium. Even still, I just didn't love it. 



Gilli Kelsey Skirt - $54 - Returned 



I was excited about getting this. I liked the print and I was glad it wasn't a fitted skirt. Perfect with leggings and boots. Unfortunately, I wasn't a big fan of the fabric. It fit well enough but again, I wasn't in love with it. 


41Hawthorn Teegan Draped Blazer - $78 - Returned




Ok, we need to talk about this blazer. When I saw a picture online I didn't like it. When I took it out of the box and threw it on real quick, I didn't like it. I especially didn't like the price tag. But when I styled it with the rest of my clothes I started falling for it. I only returned it for 2 reasons; one being the price, and the other because the material didn't seem/feel quality to me. The lining was thin polyester so I knew it wouldn't hold up to a lot of wear. At least now I'm on the prowl for a cheaper option.

Do you use Stitch Fix? If not, you can get your fix here. What would you have kept?  


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