It’s February Stitch Fix time. One of my most favorite times of the month is here. (Actually it’s this super fun time for me about every two weeks as I am absolutely head over heels with StitchFix and can’t even bear to think of uniting with a new box only once a month) 🙂
If you haven’t already read my previous reviews, you can find a lot of information on the sub and pictures of some of my earlier Stitch Fix pieces in my January, and December reviews.
In summary Stitch Fix is a wonderful concept that brings you the convenience of having your own personal stylist and home delivery service all wrapped up in a beautiful box. They have a brilliantly detailed style profile on the Stitch Fix website which essentially collects all your measurements, and preferences of garments, and accessories. You pay an upfront fee of $20 that is also a full credit towards your final purchase. Stitch Fix gives you generous three days to decide which pieces to keep and mix and match with your own wardrobe. In the event that you love the whole box ( which of course has happened to me) you get to have a %25 discount. Otherwise you can keep whichever piece(s) you like and send back the rest in the included prepaid USPS envelope; so easy!
I usually choose to get just apparel and in the Feb. fix received five really pretty pieces that are very much my taste. One of the perks of Stitch Fix is it comes complete with style cards for each item you receive. In case you get lost in how to style your picks, there is always examples to refer to. Here the excitement begins ; first with the corresponding style cards, followed by my take on the pieces. After you are done reading, I would love to know, which pieces do you think I kept? 🙂
Adelyn Abstract Print Drawstring Waist Dress ($68) is the first piece I saw out of the box. I love that this dress starts with a simple silhouette and turns into so much more with lovely details; the netted neckline, the pop art print (so of the moment), and the drawstring that accentuates the waist. ( always a good thing for your figure) I also really like how the dress is styled for day and night in the Stitch Fix styling card.
As this dress naturally lends itself to day wear I wanted to see how it looks styled for a night out. I put my own spin on the look by adding gold metallics with a open toe high heel, a mini clutch, and a gold cuff bracelet. You can use your own fancier shoes and accessories and the dress can make it’s debut at pretty much any nice event.
How charming is the netted detailing on the V neckline. I added some whimsy to the dress with my love birds necklace.
Colorado Chevron Printed Raglan Blouse by Ezra ($44) It’s no secret that I adore Chevron print. I have dresses, tanks, even a skirt in various chevron patterns. This top is a colorful option with a flattering fit. The Stitch Fix styling cards showed two outfits with pant combinations. I surely would use the top with pants as well; for today though I wanted to show you a skirt option for a meeting, the office, or maybe dinner with friends/date.
Doesn’t the Chevron add a lot of interest to the outfit? I think this print has the rare quality of being busy but elegant at the same time. I matched it with a dark blue pencil skirt, a belt for a defined waist, a cobalt bag, and nude unfussy shoes.
A closer look at the intricate print. (Note how the little bit of fuschia matches with my pink sunglasses; love details like this) 🙂
Corinna Striped Dolman Top ($48) by 41Hawthorn I knew StitchFix had this knit top by it’s house brand 41Hawthorn out for a while as I spotted it in reviews from mid 2013. I was not sure what to think when I saw it listed in my checkout, and was so pleasantly surprised when I actually put it on. I think with fashion you never know if a piece is gold or not unless you try it on. I went with a similar styling to the day option on the card.
I added my dark grey jeans and a casual suede black bootie to the top and kept it simple.
A heart locket necklace finished up the look.
Priya Tribal Printed Knit-Back Tank by Pomelo ($54) & Adora Skinny Jean by Just Black ($88) My amazing longtime stylist Ishara (who I keep asking for every time; she really gets what I like ) suggested that I use these two pieces together. It was my natural instinct to pair them together even before reading her note; I feel pretty in sync with her. 🙂 Ikat print on a bright mint green background with a knit back definitely was calling my name and the melon colored skinnies are already in my must have list- I have two skinny jeans, exact style of the same brand, from Stitch Fix; one olive green, and one baby blue. This whole fix is so on point for me.
I love how the happy colors of the two pieces mesh together. All I needed to add was the navy Mary Janes, and some colorful jewelry to make it a complete outfit.
You guys know now that I love all of my five February Stitch Fix items. Let’s make it a little fun; which pieces do you think I kept? I’ll give you a clue; I kept two of these lovelies! 🙂 I can’t wait to hear which ones you like the best and your guesses on my kept items <3
Update: Thanks for playing along and all your guesses. Here are my two kept items. The dress was the most guessed item but I think the Corinna top will come as a surprise. A new SF mystery is coming to theboxqueen soon! 😉
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Have an amazing start of the week with much happiness and beautiful outfits 😉 XOXO,
Update: My new March Stitch Fix review is up on the blog now! Don’t miss out on it!
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