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Stitch Fix Review December 2013

It’s that time of the month again.  No, not *that* time.  It’s Stitch Fix time! {this post contains affiliate links}

I was really excited for this month’s fix because it was due to arrive the day after my birthday.  I was hoping to get a few key items to keep as a little present to myself.  As I said in my last review, I am using Stitch Fix to find items I can work into my current wardrobe.  I don’t plan on keeping the entire box each month (although there’s a pretty sweet discount if you do!).

(here’s where I warn you about the photos.  I am so crazy with school parties and gift exchanges and holiday revelry that I rushed to snap these right before I went to the post office to return the items I wasn’t keeping.  I apologize and promise better photos next month)

This month’s Fix included two tops, a cardigan, earrings, and a pair of colored jeans.

Stitch Fix Review December

I did like every item in this month’s box, but I ended up only selecting one item (again).  The earrings, while adorable and gold-plated, we’re more than I was willing to spend at $42.  I do love the style, though, and I may look for a similar pair for a lesser price.  The elephant print blouse was adorable, but because I selected a printed top last month, I decided to send it back.  It was also made of a thin material and not really cut out for a Western New York winter.  The jeans were fantastic, but I didn’t have the budget to keep them at $78.  The blue sueded top with the cut-out detail on the bottom was super adorable. It fit great and I loved the detailing on the bottom hem.  I ended up sending it back simply because short sleeves just aren’t going to work right now.  I know I could layer it with a cardigan, but I didn’t see myself using it as much as I would want in the winter.

In the end, I kept this houndstooth draped cardigan.  And I am in LOVE with it. It’s warm, soft, and leaves room to layer a variety of items underneath.  This piece will be making regular rotations in  my wardrobe from now on.

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Again, I’ve found Stitch Fix to be something well worth the wait and the cost.  It’s great not having to go out in the snow and cold (and battling the scary crowds at the mall) to shop.  It’s easy to drop the unwanted items in the mail box in the prepaid envelope.  I left more feedback for my stylist for next month’s fix and I’m hoping to keep at least one item again next month.

If you’ve been wanting to try Stitch Fix, I definitely recommend trying it for a month.  The $20 styling fee is applied towards any item you keep, too.  I think it’s the perfect thing to buy yourself for Christmas.  Because, really, we’re worth it.

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