Every once in a while, I'd say roughly 6 times a year, I receive a Stitch Fix box. I don't remember when or how I first stumbled upon this clothing service but I've been a semi-regular ever since. The stylist I had was amazing. Everything she picked was perfect. I think she left the company because now I have a new stylist. She's doing okay, but I think she's still learning my style. Here's a look at what she sent for November.
Edyson Hampton Corduroy Skinny Jeans
I tried these on last because I knew I'd love them, and I was hoping they'd fit. Fortunately, they did, and I love them and they now live in my closet. This picture is terrible but here's what they look like.
Brixon Ivy Mange Mixed Media Crochet Back Knit Top
The front of this was awesome, and it fit perfectly. The back however... hated it. I'm not a fan of mixed media like this when it comes to clothing. I just thought it looked "old".
Renee C Sirius Split Back Top
I really love the plaid of this one. It's cut a bit shorter than I prefer my shirts though so although I may regret it, it went back.
Pixley Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan
I really liked this cardigan. It fit nice and I liked the built-in pockets. The price ($48) just wasn't worth it. I know I can find something similar for half the cost. It's hard to see since it's all black but you get the idea.
Collective Concepts Elison Lace Back Detail Halter Blouse
I'll be honest, I hated this top. For one, I'd have to lose an entire cup size for it to fit me properly, and two, I never wear stuff like this.
I'd say my stylist did a decent job. I wanted 3 out of the 5 pieces, but because I know how I like my clothes to feel, I only kept the jeans. As I've been wanting a nice pair of cords for a while, I consider this a win!