Winter November Stitch Fix Review
Hello! I’m so excited to finally share my November Stitch Fix Review with you today…in January! It’s been a long time coming! Did anyone else just blink and Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s pass you by? The holiday hustle is real! And it was wonderful, but it’s January and I’m just now sitting down to write my November review for you! Luckily, or unluckily depending on which way you want to look at it, there is still a lot more winter to go here in the Midwest, so despite the new spring lines arriving in stores, I’ll be wearing my cozy clothes for quite some time!
How does it work?
Stitch fix is an online styling service that provides you with 5 pieces personalized to you. Items range from clothing to shoes to accessories. When signing up for Stitch Fix, you fill out a style profile to give them an idea of your price range, body shape and size, preferences, and style. You also have an opportunity to write a note to your stylist explaining any specifics for that fix (i.e. particular needs, upcoming events, must haves, etc). Unlike most subscription services, there are no set number of required fixes. You can sign up for as often as monthly or simply schedule them along the way as needed.
After you sign up, you are charged a $20 styling fee, which is then applied to any items you decide to keep. If you love and keep all 5 items, there is a 25% discount applied to your entire purchase. Once they are mailed to you, you have 3 days to choose what you like and what you don’t, check out on an app on your phone, and then throw the pieces you don’t want into a prepaid envelope they provided and pop it back in the mail. Super simple and you never have to leave your own home (can I get an Amen?!). You can also check out my post how to get the most out of Stitch Fix for Stitch Fix tips.
How do I sign up?
What I asked for:
This month I forgot to fill out my note to my stylist, so these picks are with no direction on my part. Never be fooled that I have it together, friends! I am writing a November review in January and forgot to fill out my note!
For my November Stitch Fix Review:
Mix By 41 Hawthorn Alison Knit T-Shirt Dress in a small. Runs big. I actually received this dress once before in a medium. And while I loved it, it felt a bit too big and shapeless. This time my stylist sent it in a small. Still love this casual, easy to wear dress, but couldn’t justify buying a short sleeved dress in November. It really is the perfect mom on the go dress that could be worn a million different ways, but the timing just wasn’t right.
Mix By 41 Hawthorn Kallon Brushed Knit Hoodie in a medium. True to size. I loved this top! It has an athleisure feel with a hood and front pocket detailing with a slight high, low hemline. The brushed knit fabric is amazing! It is the softest, buttery material that is the most comfortable to wear. I have a few maxi dresses in this material and highly recommend it! I also love the lower price points of this brand and have found it to wash and wear nicely. Perfect casual top for running with the kids.
Find my favorite Zella Leggings pictured here.
Threads 4 Thought Ani Drawstring Jogger Pant in a medium. True to size. This was another super easy to wear athleisure piece that I wanted to keep so badly. While I’m not certain that joggers are the most flattering style on my body type, I am certain that I love them for their comfort! And who are we kidding? I am that comfort trumps all things kinda girl. These were perfect…until I saw the backside. This amazing, lightweight material was too thin and sheer in the back when you bent over. Tear.
If you’re looking for another possible option for a jogger, but are not into showing your bum when you bend either, I found these comparable Gibson Living In Yellow Cozy Joggers for a similar price. Or if you’re looking to splurge, these Zella Joggers.
Verdict: Sadly Returned
Love Ellie Paulina Printed Boulce Cardigan in a medium. True to size.This cardigan was so soft and so cozy. It has a subtle large print in dark green and black. The print gives it just a little something different to elevate it from your average cardigan. This sweater will most definitely keep you warm in the winter months! I loved it, but being extremely hot blooded and having a highly active three year old, I could foresee myself quickly overheating in this cozy sweater!
Verdict: Sadly Returned
Pinque Helen Fair Isle Pullover in a medium. True to size. I loved this sweater! It had a vintage feel, and made me want to be on the slopes at a ski lodge somewhere! I loved that it was just a bit different from anything else that I owned. The length allows it to be worn both out or with a half tuck. Fair Isle prints are on trend this season. I highly recommend this sweater to sweater-ey people. I, however, am not a sweater-ey person. I am hot blooded, so I tend to get too hot in them, and also overly sensitive to many sweater materials. While I could never call this material itchy, it would most likely bother me.
Verdict: Sadly Returned
What’d you think of my November Stitch Fix? Are there certain materials you just can’t wear either? Have you signed up for Stich Fix? If so, what’d you think?
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