My best Stitch Fix yet!

With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, I asked Stitch Fix to send me cute pieces that would work for hanging out with family. This is my best fix yet!

With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, I’m looking to update my fall wardrobe with cute, casual pieces for hanging out with family. So, I asked my Stitch Fix stylist to send me trendy, casual pieces that I could wear every day.

How Stitch Fix Works

  1.  Fill out a style profile and share your likes and dislikes with your stylist. I recommend putting together a Pinterest board.
  2. Schedule your box. They can be sent to you automatically or you can schedule a box one at a time.
  3. Pay $20 when your box is styled.
  4. Get excited while you wait for your box.
  5. Open your box and try on everything your stylist sends you.
  6. Decide what to keep and what to send back. (You have 3 days to do this.)
  7. Share your thoughts at checkout so your stylist has a better idea of what to send you next time.
  8. Send back any pieces you don’t want. (Shipping is free!)

Unboxing Stitch Fix #6!

The Subscription: Stitch Fix
The Cost: $20 a box styling fee (The fee is deducted from the items you purchase.)
The Products: Clothes, Shoes, Accessories
Ships to: US

Inside my best Stitch Fix yet

With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, I asked Stitch Fix to send me cute pieces that would work for hanging out with family. This is my best fix yet!

1. Just USA Loula Denim Jacket – $68

Since I already have a denim jacket, this piece was a no before I even put it on.

Verdict: Sent back.

With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, I asked Stitch Fix to send me cute pieces that would work for hanging out with family. This is my best fix yet!

2. Skies are Blue Norah Tie Waist Shirt – $54

This a very pretty, light blue shirt that is a slightly dressier alternative to a chambray shirt. I like the side slits that make tying the shirt at the waist a cinch.

Verdict: Kept.

3. Skies are Blue Dena Skirt – $48

Not only is this dual layer, printed skirt super cute, it, also, has pockets. #win

Verdict: Kept.

With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, I asked Stitch Fix to send me cute pieces that would work for hanging out with family. This is my best fix yet!

4. Vero Moda Aldridge Dress – $54

This dress was too loose on me, and I found the allover leopard print to be a little overwhelming, so this was a pass.

Verdict: Sent back.

With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, I asked Stitch Fix to send me cute pieces that would work for hanging out with family. This is my best fix yet!

5. THML Sonata Embroidered Knit Dress – $54

With its bell sleeves and embroidered neckline, I knew this dress was a keeper as soon as I saw it. Plus, the knit fabric has a nice weight to it, which will be great as we head into winter.

Verdict: Kept.

With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, I asked Stitch Fix to send me cute pieces that would work for hanging out with family. This is my best fix yet!

Overall thoughts on Stitch Fix #6…

At first, I wasn’t sure about the pieces my stylist sent me. I knew I liked the embroidered dress, but none of the pieces really fit my idea of casual. In my note to my stylist, I had mentioned that I’m more of a jeans and tee and joggers type of girl. However, I, also, mentioned I was interested in casual dresses with pockets.

But, when I started trying the clothes on, I easily fell in love with many of the pieces. The tie waist shirt can easily be worn with jeans or a skirt. The printed skirt has pockets and looks cute over leggings. And, while the embroidered dress is just a tad dressy for everyday life, it’s still casual enough to be worn to rehearsals and outings with friends.

Normally, there is a $20 styling fee (which goes towards any items you purchase), but my fee was waived for this box. The total retail for all five pieces is $302. Had I kept all five items, I would have received a 25% discount, bringing the total down to $226.50.

Overall, this is my favorite Stitch Fix yet. While I usually just keep one piece, this time I kept three and am really happy with the pieces I kept.

Here’s a look back at my past fixes:

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