Stitch Fix Review by Elif: A burgundy fest

I remember when I first filled my style profile, I answered the Q’s with more of what I dream my style to be rather than what was actually needed for my current lifestyle. I am a mom of three young kids. I love glam style, and incorporate that into my life here and there. The truth is most glam pieces are not functional for my everyday life. I now ask for more casual styles.

This burgundy cocoon cardigan attracted my attention the moment it came out of the Stitch Fix box. This season I am having a burgundy fest with my wardrobe, and I loved the unique dropped arms, the chunky knit along with the long length of the cardi. This cardi has been worn two times already in less than a week.

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Stitch Fix Review by Erin: Yaaaaaaaaaaaaay for sweater weather

I really can’t wait for the most wonderful season [especially for fashion] to be here and may be prematurely wearing a few fall pieces already this summer. When planning for this month’s fix, I requested to my stylist that she fill my box with perfect for fall pieces – I wanted sweaters, earth tones and of course – some unique pieces with a little edge to them.

If I was ever born in the form of a sweater, a cowl neck it would be. I am obsessed with cowl necks as they are so comfy/cozy. While all of the holes in the sweater may not be the most logical of choices for really cold months, I will wear it all fall long with a simple cami underneath. The color is super versatile – paired with grey, tan, black – it all works. Yaaaaaaaaaaaaay for sweater weather.

 

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Stitch Fix Review by Katie: A surprise LOVE

I love shopping, but Iately I’m focusing on buying fewer, higher quality pieces that I absolutely love (rather than filling my closet with lots of “good deals” that I don’t feel fantastic wearing). Stitch Fix is helping me tremendously with this, and helps me discover new favorite pieces that I wouldn’t necessarily have picked for myself but end up loving.

At first, this top seemed much more casual than my typical choices, but once I put it on– oh my.  It is absolutely the softest-ever fabric, doesn’t wrinkle easily, and has appropriate sized armholes.  A surprise LOVE.

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Stitch Fix Review by Kristi: I kept them and I’M SO GLAD I DID

One of the best things about Stitch Fix, and a reason to try it at least TWICE is their referral program. When you sign up, you get a referral link. Share it with your friends on Facebook or Twitter, and if anyone signs up with your link, you get $25 in Stitch Fix credit! The more you share, the more likely people are to sign up, so show them what you got!

I wasn’t really in the market for jeans, okay? This time, my stylist found a pair and sent them, but they’re a lighter wash than I’d had before. I’m so stuck on dark denim for everyday that I wasn’t sure I’d be into them. Then I put them on, and they totally won me over again. This brand is just Kut for the Kristi, apparently, and I’m happy to know it. I kept them and I’M SO GLAD I DID. They’ve become my go-to, and I’m wearing them now.

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Stitch Fix Review by Ruth: I received my March Stitch Fix this week and once again I fell in love

I received my March Stitch Fix this week and once again I fell in love.

The cardigan is reversible.  I personally love the navy stripe side and loved how it went with the pink and white top. This will be a welcomed staple piece in my closet and a very versatile cardigan for transition to spring! The top and scarf are two fresh spring items I was happy to receive.

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