I have fall on my mind and so does my Stitch Fix #29 ( seriously though did you see that number, I am almost on my 30th Stitch Fix. <3 ) In my note to my stylist, I mentioned I would like to receive versatile transitional fall pieces that of course are full of color, and fun patterns. Stitch Fix’s lovely prints have become a part of my signature style, and I love their colder weather pieces, especially long sleeves, and open cardigans. I received all that I was hopingfor and more. 🙂
If you are new to TheBoxQueen, you may want to start your reading from the beginning of my Stitch Fix section. There, you’ll find ALL the information you need on how this fun personal styling service works, the scope of their offerings ( at the moment Stitch Fix also carries maternity, and petite styles), the brands they send, and my personal keepers over the years. I even have Stitch Fix Remix series where I show how I re-style my past Stitch Fix pieces. ( see Stitch Fix Remix 1 here, Stitch Fix Remix 2 here)
Before I show you how I styled each piece and share my style tips in this September Stitch Fix Review, I want to let you know that as I write this review I still had a day to send back my pieces. (for the first time!!! I took all my pics in one long day LOL) As a result, instead of letting you know whether I kept or sent back my items, I’ll give you my thoughts on each. Can’t wait to hear what you think, and your thoughts on what I should keep.
UPDATE: I chose my keeper and updated below with it. 🙂
As always you’ll see the included Stitch Fix Styling Cards before each piece. Under my outfit pictures, you’ll find my style tips, and outfit details including where items from my look is from. Look out for all the info under my pics. 😉
Let’s start the fun! In September, I received two tops, one sweater, one open front cardigan, and a wrap dress.
My first piece out of my September Stitch Fix was this Pointelle Knit Sweater. I like the mustard color, and the chevron simple design. Stitch Fix styled the sweater with jeans for day, and a skirt, and heels for night.
Market & Spruce Yuna Chevron Pointelle Knit Sweater ($68)
I like that the sweater has what I call a “just right” fit. It’s not loose or too tight. I like the chevron design with the stripes and the holes. If you are looking for a sweater to wear with everything, request this one from Stitch Fix. It is well made, and truly versatile.
I also found a similar sweater in the same color here that has the same great fit & shape.
Style Tip: This sweater is the perfect piece for a day of errands. As it’s on the plainer side, I wanted to add a bit of an edge to my outfit and paired it with my recent purchase, Leith faux leather leggings, (you can see them styled here as well) and spiky red Halogen flats. (which btw I think EVERYONE needs. They are seriously that cute. ) I added a shoulder bag which you can also wear as a cross body bag, and a couple modern accessories.
Sweater: Stitch Fix | Leggings: Leith | Shoes: Halogen | Handbag: Foley + Corinna | Jewelry: Wantable (see all my reviews here)
Stitch Fix does an amazing job with finding the best open front cardigans with patterns, hands down. You can see in this post a similar cardigan I kept from Stitch Fix last year which I still completely adore. Above the cardigan I got in September box was styled with jeans, and a dress.
Pixley Dali Open Drape Cardigan ($78)
Dali Open Cardigan has a really nice flowy drape that stays nicely put in the front. I like that there is substance to the fabric and the bright green/navy color pops over any piece you pair it with. This is a beautiful cardigan.
Style Tip: My first instinct was to pair the Dali Open Drape Cardigan with a mini dress, and ankle booties. The pattern gave me a southwestern vibe, and I thought my statement necklace from Wantable would compliment that style. I used the same foldable bag I wore above for a casual finish.
I wore my Jockey Skimmies (also seen here in this post) under to feel comfortable in my mini. I wear them with all my short dresses. Highly recommend a similar under shorts.
Cardigan: Stitch Fix (option1, option 2) | Dress: Golden Tote (see my Golden Tote Reviews) | Bag: Foley + Corinna | Booties: Franco Sarto Jewelry: Wantable (see my reviews here)
In Stitch Fix styling cards, I like how the Pixley Lagio top can switch back and forth between a casual day outfit and night out look.
Pixley Lagio Mixed Material Top ($58)
Pixley top has the most vibrant beautiful red and blue flower print and the lace detail on the top is very delicate and pretty. I like that the front is a bit more fancy, and shiny, and the back material is more casual, soft, and cozy. A great piece if you are looking for a lively, happy piece to add to your closet.
Style Tip: I liked the look of this top with jeans but wanted to style it in a more glammed up outfit, sort of in a glam rock kind of way. I chose my ripped boyfriend jeans, added spiky patent leather black heels, and threw on this vegan leather hooded jacket.
Jacket: Golden Tote (see in this review) | Jeans: Zara (similar here) | Shoes: Piperlime (similar here) | Bracelet: Rocksbox (Get Your FREE Month here with CODE: theboxqueenxoxo) | Earrings & Ring: Wantable (see my reviews) Clutch: Banana Republic
Close-up of the longer back.
Elisa Faux Wrap Dress screams fall with it’s leaf colors and print. I am in love with how Stitch Fix styled the dress in the left side in a boho look. I styled my own outfit similarly.
Collective Concepts Elisa Faux Wrap Dress ($78)
Are you looking for a wrap dress? Even better looking for a faux wrap dress which is way easier to wear and more flattering compared to a regular wrap dress? This Stitch Fix version is a lovely option. I like the arms, length, and the fit. It’s well made. Collective Concepts makes great trendy clothing pieces.
Close-up of the pattern. You can see the same dress in a whimsical animal pattern here.
Style Tip: Dresses such as this classic faux wrap one are so effortless. All I needed to do was to add boots, a statement bag in the same color family as the dress, and a wool floppy hat to end up with a boho glam outfit that I felt super relaxed in.
I also wanted to add some polish with delicate accessories. As I am wearing a statement hat, I didn’t want to overwhelm with big jewelry. I wore my Rocksbox necklace from this review , and also the earrings from my most recent Rocksbox review here. You can get your FREE MONTH subscription here with my CODE: theboxqueenxoxo.
Dress: Stitch Fix | Bag: Michael Kors | Boots: Dolce Vita (same brand similar style) | Hat: Nordstrom ( last season- similar here)
Last but not least is the Ezra mixed material long sleeve tee. I have a pair of red corduroy pants from Stitch Fix that I would also pair this top with similar to the outfit on the left on the styling cards. It would also go great with any type of jeans.
Ezra Eleanor Mixed Material Knit Top ($38)
Ezra Eleanor Mixed Material Top is just what I was looking for fall. It’s lightweight, super versatile, and has interesting back details. I like the soft fabric, and the fitted look.
Style Tip: I know I can wear the top with all kinds of pants however I wanted to do something different with it. You may have noticed, from time to time I wear tops, and shirts over dresses to make them into skirts. This particular Stitch Fix top is very suitable to use for such a purpose and I think it really complemented my striped dress.
I introduced a bright green bag ( also from Stitch Fix seen here, here & here) to the outfit to cheer up the the navy color palette.
Top: Stitch Fix | Dress: Marine Layer (see the dress styled here) | Bag: Stitch Fix (reviewed here) | Shoes: Loft – past season| Jewelry: Rocksbox (get a FREE MONTH here with CODE: theboxqueenxoxo)
Overall Impressions: My September Stitch Fix box has five pieces that are great for fall. They each transition nicely into cooler weather, and are easy to use in day or night outfits. My long-time stylist really gets my style and listens to my feedback. I give my Stitch Fix #29 two thumbs up.
I decided what my keeper item is. See below. 🙂
Reasoning: The moment I put on this lovely long sleeve top I knew I couldn’t part with it. It’s soft and cozy and it goes literally with EVERYTHING in my wardrobe. The back adds that special touch and it looks great tucked or untucked. I thought it was the best value. Knowing I would keep only one piece this time, I also seriously considered the wrap dress and the cardigan. I just have too many faux wrap dresses, and I wanted to see which other cardigans SF will send me in the coming colder months. Overall 5 great pieces you can’t go wrong with if you receive them. <3
Are you on the fence and deciding whether you should try Stitch Fix? I of course say go for it, I’ve been enjoying the service long enough that I know it only gets better with time, and with the more detailed feedback you provide. Experience Stitch Fix for yourself to see how you like it at least once to figure out what you think of it.
UPDATE!!!! My October 2015 Stitch Fix Review is live. I got great fall pieces.
UPDATE!!! November 2015 Stitch Fix Review is live! Love my keeper sweater.
UPDATE!!! December Stitch Fix 2015 is Live!!!
See my Stitch Fix Pinterest board for new Stitch Fix offerings, and the outfits I make with my Stitch Fix pieces!!!
Which pieces from my September Stitch Fix box are your favorites? Do you have Stitch Fix questions, let me know and I’ll answer them to my best ability. I can’t wait to chat Stitch Fix with you ladies. <3
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