Stitch Fix: November 2016 Picks

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I realize that I’m way late on this one, but it should count, right? Plus, I need to review my December 2016 Fix, which is my favorite one yet! That will come next week as I will have a chance to actually wear some of my pieces for holiday celebrations. For now, enjoy the fabulosity from my November Fix!

To recap, Stitch Fix is a styling service that sends you clothes and accessories (Five items in all) either on-demand or on a schedule of your choosing for a $20 styling fee. A stylist curates your Fix based on a comprehensive style profile you create, plus any special notes you leave. You keep what you love, return what you don’t love in a prepaid shipping bag, and your card will be charged accordingly. The $20 styling fee is applied to your purchase and if you choose to keep all five items in your Fix, you’ll receive another 25% off the total.

For this Fix, I requested more feminine and versatile pieces and once again, my stylist Jessica totally delivered.

Here are my picks (And items I nixed) from my November 2016 Stitch Fix!

Classic Crochet Glitter Slip-On Flats (Toms)

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I was excited about receiving more shoes and though I loved the sparkle on these flats, I wasn’t really a fan of the embroidery and overall style. I felt like I was just wearing really fancy slippers.
Kept or Returned: Returned

Mira Skinny Jean (Liverpool)

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These pants were pretty much just black jeggings, and I’m not ashamed to say that I absolutely adore them! They’re my perfect fit and they go well with everything. Definitely a new favorite must-have staple in my wardrobe.
Kept or Returned: Kept!

Fierro Elbow Patch Crew Neck Sweater (Brixon Ivy)

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The last couple of sweaters Jess sent me didn’t really work out, but I’m happy to say that I found my perfect match in this one! It’s not too bulky, but it’s very comfortable and it keeps me warm. The style and gray color is so classic, and the lace elbow patches give it a bit of a girly vibe. I wore it to Thanksgiving dinner and have worn it everywhere else since!
Kept or Returned: Kept!

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My boyfriend Morgan and I admiring the almost-empty Thanksgiving spread.

Chaplin Lined Hooded Anorak Jacket (Market & Spruce)

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I had also requested some outerwear in this Fix and this jacket sealed the deal! Again, I love that it wasn’t super bulky, yet very warm, comfortable, and stylish. It looks and feels like a little trench coat and I like that you can zip the hood on and off, although I’ve always kept it on so far.
Kept or Returned: Kept!

Bastille Tulip Sleeve Blouse (Papermoon)

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While I truly adored everything about this blouse (The gorgeous color, the flowy style, the adorable sleeves), I already have one very similar to it. I wasn’t willing to spend money on this one, as lovely as it was!
Kept or Returned: Returned

Yet again, everything in this Fix matched my personal style well and I found pieces I loved, wanted, and needed in my life. They are great to wear and layer especially in this chilly weather.

I can’t wait to share my December Fix with you! The pieces I received will truly blow you away. In the meantime, if you’re scouring for a last-minute gift for someone, why not surprise them with a Stitch Fix gift card?

I wish you all a very happy holiday weekend, and see you back here next week!

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