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For my birthday I treated myself to a Stitch Fix! The only request I had for my stylist was a trench coat. As you can see, she did not let me down. Check out what else I got in this Winter Stitch Fix Review.
How Stitch Fix Works
Since I don’t like to go to the mall, or can’t find the time, I love that Stitch Fix sends pieces right to my front door for me to try on at my convenience. It’s also the perfect gift for yourself or someone else.
Here’s a rundown on how it works:
- Fill Out Your Style Profile
- Select Your Shipment Date
- Receive 5 Pieces (tops, bottoms, dresses, shoes, accessories)
- Keep What You Like/ Return What You Don’t in Prepaid Envelope
- Get a 25% Discount for Keeping All 5 Items
You can link your Pinterest Board to your style profile so your stylist knows what you like. The more feedback you provide the better your next fix will be. Set your fixes up for automatic delivery or schedule them on demand.
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Winter Stitch Fix Review
First, I tried on the Jamiee Knit Dress by Sade New York in a petite. Yes, Stitch Fix carries almost every size including petites and plus sizes. My stylist Jan suggested I dress up the dress for a holiday soiree with a sparkly necklace and nude heels. I pulled out the mint clutch purse I got on my visit to Stitch Fix headquarters. The vibrant purse color matches the mint dots on the navy dress.
Also, Jan suggested I wear the dress with ankle booties and a denim jacket for a family movie night. I would have never come up with that on my own. The style card suggestions are one of the reasons I really enjoy the styling service.
Next, I tried on the Isabella Pop Collar Trench Coat by Bagatelle. I instantly loved it! I would classify it as more a trench style peacoat. It’s nice and thick and has a pop of baby blue under the collar.
Even though I live in Texas where it rarely gets cold I have a thing for nicely structured coats. This will make a nice addition to my collection.
The earrings are from my 8th Fix.
Then, I tried on the Neecha Scallop Neckline Knit Top by 41 Hawthorn. Jan suggested I pair it with my red skinnies from Fix 20.
I accessorized the top with the Quinton Metal Cuff from Bay to Baubles.
Lastly, I tried on the Covington One Pocket Top by Le Lis. There is always one piece I don’t want to take off and this was it. This top is so soft and comfy. I can’t stop rubbing my fingers on the cuffs. Jan said she included the top after seeing similar plaid tops on my Pinterest board. Stitch Fix stylists really pay attention to what you like!
What Did I Keep?
I ended up keeping the Trench Coat from Bagatelle and the Covington Top from Le Lis. I absolutely love them!
The Quinton Metal Cuff is nice but I already have something similar. Because the Scallop Neckline top is made of a very stretchy fabric it just didn’t lay right on me. And while I contemplated keeping the Knit Dress it felt sort of frumpy on me.
Get Your Fix
Now it’s your turn. Use my affiliate link to schedule your own personally styled fix. It’s a lot of fun and you deserve it!