I received my second Stitch Fix today and was so excited to bust open the box!
I opened the box to find one large bundle of clothes.
I loved the colors and textures of this fix just looking at the bundle! Very fall 🙂
First up was a plaid tunic “Napean Sea Rd – Felder Belted Tunic”:
There was nothing really wrong with this tunic, it’s just a style I haven’t worn in a few years. I’m not a fan of wearing belts around my waist, and this tunic wasn’t very flattering on me. Back to Stitch Fix that goes 😞
The next item was a grey and black sweater “41 Hawthorn – Presley Colorblock Button Back Sweater”:
This I wasn’t too sure about right out of the box, I tried it on and still didn’t like it. It was really comfortable, but the material was thin and that colorblock design was not flattering. Not worth $68. Back to Stitch Fix that goes 😞
Next up was a blue sweater “RD Style – Angus Split Back Mixed Material Sweater”:
This sweater was something I liked in the box but I worried it might not be flattering on. I was totally wrong! I have way too much navy/blue in my wardrobe but I loved the fit and style of this sweater. It’s really flattering and I love the mixture of textures on the back. The length will be nice with leggings too 🙂
Next was a striped top “Pixley – Greenich Striped Knit Top”
Out of the box I really liked this top. I have seen this exact top in the Stitch Fix unboxing videos I’ve watched on Youtube (yes, I watch videos of people unboxing their Stitch Fix’s on Youtube🙈). The fit is fantastic (I do need to lose a little stomach pudge though) and I love the pleather elbow patch and side details.
Last but not least was a burgundy sweater “Market & Spruce – Cotulla Button Back Sweater”
Out of the box I wasn’t sure on the color of this sweater, I like burgundy but the speckles were putting me off. However, once I tried it on the fit was great (super comfortable) and I love the thickness of the material and the details (elbow patches and the button back).
3/5 items kept – Burgundy sweater, navy split back mixed material sweater, and the red and white striped knit top.
Overall, I had an even better second Stitch Fix experience. The clothes are still a little more pricey than I normally look to spend, but it’s fun getting a little out of my comfort zone trying some items on I wouldn’t otherwise. Also, I love how easy it is to just send what I don’t want back.
I’ve already set up my next month’s Stitch Fix (December 17th), excited to see what arrives!
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