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Stitch Fix Review January 2014

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)

Stitch Fix January 2014 Review Enza Wavy Lines Scarf

Patridge Fold-Over Cowl Neck Knit Top ($48)

Stitch Fix January Cowl Neck Knit Top

41Hawthorn Colorblock Striped Sweater ($58)

Stitch Fix Color Block Sweater

Moon Collection Alexander Aztec Drape Front Cardigan ($68)

Stitch Fix January Aztec Cardi

Sweet Rain Cellar Open Front Drape Cardigan ($48)

Stitch Fix January Cellar Open Front Cardigan

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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13 Comments

  • Reply Andrea (Lil-Kid-Things) February 3, 2014 at 9:52 pm

    Gah! I get my first one in 3 days and I can’t wait. I do love that cowl neck top. Maybe it will pop back up in a future fix 🙂

    • Reply ashley February 3, 2014 at 10:15 pm

      You’re going to love it! I can not wait to see what you get!

  • Reply Jodi February 3, 2014 at 10:20 pm

    You are so pretty Ashley! Everything looks great on you!

    Andrea – if you want that top, pin it to a board that you link to your Stitch Fix profile. I got the most perfect items when I created a “My Style” pinboard for Stitch Fix.

    • Reply ashley February 4, 2014 at 3:27 pm

      That was so sweet of you to say, Jodi. Thank you so much! And yes, Andrea, start pining! I need to get on that for Spring/Summer!

  • Reply wendi February 3, 2014 at 10:34 pm

    tempted….

  • Reply Carrie with Children February 4, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    I have absolutely zero sense of fashion and I’ve always thought it would be great if someone else picked out clothes for me. This sounds like something I need …. badly! (I’m also loving that gray knit top – super cute!!)

    • Reply ashley February 5, 2014 at 8:18 pm

      I love being able to shop from home. No dragging the kids to the store. No spending hours staring at clothes, wondering if they’ll work for me. I didn’t think I’d fall in love with it, but I totally have. Do it!! Just try the one month, and you get free return shipping.

  • Reply Emily February 4, 2014 at 8:34 pm

    Gah I can’t pull the trigger on this – I want to though… I LOVE that Aztec sweater!! I think this will be my reward when I hit 40lbs gone…

    • Reply ashley February 5, 2014 at 8:18 pm

      I think that’s a GREAT reward idea! I fully support this!

  • Reply Amy @ Oh So Savvy Mom February 5, 2014 at 2:39 pm

    I love that cowl neck top! I rarely spend much money on clothes for myself, but most of that has to do with the fact that I hate to shop. I need something like this!

    • Reply ashley February 5, 2014 at 8:20 pm

      It’s totally worth trying just once. I was willing to risk the $20 to see if they could really “get” my style and it totally worked out!

  • Reply Ashley February 6, 2014 at 5:05 am

    YOu look adorable! I think I would have kept the Patridge Fold-Over Cowl Neck Knit Top. It’s my go to look with leggings and boots.

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