My latest Stitch Fix

This time around the lovely folks at Stitch Fix sent me quite a few fun contenders!  I’d love to hear what you think I should keep.

First was a pair of black leggings that I didn’t get a picture of.   They would be great with a long tunic-type top.  They’d also be a nice warm layer under a long skirt– something I was actually wishing for just the other day. I may keep them, or I might not.  Still deciding…

Next up is this zigzag patterned top, which I like quite well.  One of my daughters thought it looked fancier than I usually wear, and it is a silky dressy-feeling material.  But I think it would be nice for a lot of occasions and I like that it looks fine with jeans.

blue zigzag

Next comes this floppy navy sweater.  It is heavenly-soft and very nice and warm.  I am not 100% sure about the style but I think it is more flattering than the last sweater in a similar style  that they sent me.  And did I mention?  So soft and warm.  I feel like I am cozying up in a snuggly bathrobe when I am wearing it.  The question is– does it look ok?  Or tent-like?   And if it is tent-like, do I even care… because, hello, cozy!


floppy sweater

Next up is this adorable boho-style top in turquoise and black.  My daughter Emily laughed when she saw this one, and said, ‘Wow, do they ever know what you like!”  It is soft and silky, but just a little less fitted than the blouse higher on the page.  Love, love, love it.
Boho top

To make the turquoise top even more fun, they also sent me a turquoise necklace as my fifth item.  Such fun!

turquoise necklace

So what do you think?  Which items should I keep?

Never even heard of Stitch Fix?  Sitch Fix is a personal shopping service that picks clothing for you based on a questionnaire that you fill out.  You can also share your Pinterest clothing board to give your stylist more ideas of what you like. (Here’s my pinterest clothing board if you’re curious.)
Once you’ve sent them your info, you can order a fix as often or as infrequently as you like.  Each fix consists of five items for which you pay a styling fee of $20. That $20 styling fee applies toward any item you keep.  Items cost on average between $30-$70.  Keep what you want, and send whatever you don’t want back in the prepaid envelope that comes right along with your fix. Easy peasy.
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  1. Absolute yes to the first top! Lovely and very flattering.
    The sweater is fun and cosy and I’d say keep it if you enjoy it.
    The second top is definitely you and pretty, but not as flattering as the first top.
    The necklace is fun, but possibly pretty similar to something you already have?
    Black leggings, especially for occasional wear under a skirt, can probably be found more affordably elsewhere.

    What a fun collection of items!

  2. DEFINITELY keep the first top. It’s lovely on you! Not a fan of the sweater. Love your Stitch Fix posts.

  3. I agree! The first blouse is a keeper and so versatile. You can wear that with nice pants for a dressier look or jeans for a more casual look.

  4. Keep the first and the sweater. That sweater will work with so many things and keep you warm and cozy too.

  5. First I live vicariously through you with these boxes because I am a tshirt and capri pants kind of girl 99% of the time. I wish I was cuter in my clothes, but I’m all about comfort at my age. 😉
    The first top definitely yes, the sweater sound like you love it…I like to have a button. The second shirt while the style of the shirt isn’t as flattering, I think the print they used isn’t good. The heavy dark color is right at your breast area and makes that whole area look bigger. The necklace goes well with that shirt but I’m not a fan of the gold, but the turquoise color I love.

  6. Lisa Beth W. says:

    I think the first top is a lot more flattering than the second one mainly because of the cut, but the way the print is done on the second one, like Jeri said, also doesn’t work well for you. The sweater looks cozy, but I would want a way to fasten it, and I think it will get dated looking pretty quickly.

  7. #1 all the way 🙂

  8. The first top is absolutely lovely on you!! Nice cut, nice colors, very flattering! Everything really does look quite nice though! I really do like the boho tassel shirt as well. If I had to choose one out of those two I would choose the first shirt because that cut is absolutely amazing on you!

  9. Nice dress!!

    I liked the zig zag patterned top You can use you turquoise necklace with this zig zag top. That will look good also.

    Thank you for the post.


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