I’m a bit late posting January’s Stitch Fix, but better late than never, right? As always, I spend my own hard-earned money on my Fixes. This post does have affiliate links.
I had a really hard time with this month’s fix. Why? Well, honestly? I was in love with every.single.piece. But, it is January (aka the month after Christmas) and my spending budget just wasn’t able to accommodate keeping my entire fix. If I could have, I would have kept it all. Especially when you factor in the 20% discount for buying all five items.
I asked my stylist for more cold-weather clothing and to avoid jeans this time around. She totally understood what I was looking for and sent me this amazing Fix:
Enza Wavy Lines Scarf ($32)
Patridge Fold-Over Cowl Neck Knit Top ($48)
41Hawthorn Colorblock Striped Sweater ($58)
Moon Collection Alexander Aztec Drape Front Cardigan ($68)
Sweet Rain Cellar Open Front Drape Cardigan ($48)
In the end, I chose to keep only the Aztec Cardi. It’s warm, cozy, and I can wear as many layers as needed under. It has been my go-to sweater since I tried it on. My biggest regret with this fix was not keeping at least the color block sweater and cowl neck top. I loved the items and I would have been so happy to keep them. The cowl neck top would have been perfect with leggings and flats or boots. And the sweater? A perfect winter-to-spring transition piece. I’ll be dreaming of those pieces for a while.
The total to keep all pieces would have been $164 after my styling credit, discount, and earned credits. It was such an amazing deal!
I’ve already scheduled my fix for February and I can’t wait to see what my stylist has in store. I’m really looking forward to Spring so I can get a jump-start on my warm weather wardrobe (say that five times fast).
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