Happy Stitch Fix Day Lovelies! 🙂 I loved my initial October Stitch Fix so much that I had to order a second box this month. Little did I know that my 48th box would once again bring a huge change with it. You ladies may remember, if you’ve been a long time TheBoxQueen reader, that I had a stylist change a while ago from my beloved initial stylist to my former stylist Lucy.
The moment I opened this Stitch Fix, I knew that another change was coming , (haha I am that much of a SF veteran now I guess ) even before I read the note from my stylist that came with the styling cards. I read that Lucy is not styling with SF anymore. She’ll be missed; she’s sent me some of my best Stitch Fix combinations. I also welcome my current stylist Kristin. Thanks for analyzing my Pinterest Boards, and trying to get to know me. A huge welcome!! Can’t wait to see what other boxes you’ll style for me!! <3
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STITCH FIX HIGHLIGHTS
- How I choose my Stitch Fix Items
- How to get your Best Fix
- Stitch Fix Remix where I re-style previous keeper items
- October 2015 Stitch Fix, September 2015 Stitch Fix for 2015 Fall Outfits
- December 2015 Stitch Fix – Holiday Stitch Fix with my New Year Party Dress
- Best of Stitch Fix Outfits 2015 – A Recap of My Best SF looks & How to Recreate
- Stitch Fix Reviews 2016: Stitch Fix January Review 1 – Stitch Fix January Review 2
- February 2016 Stitch Fix Review + March 2016 Stitch Fix Review + First SF Box April + Second April Stitch Fix Review
- May 2016 Stitch Fix Review + First June 2016 Review + First July Box Review + Second July Box , August Stitch Fix Review
- My Stitch Fix Shoe Styles
In the second Stitch Fix of October, I received a pair of boots, a sweater dress, a pair of frayed jeans, a pullover sweater, and a lace peplum top. I am sure as Kristin gets to know me I’ll start receiving more color, and patterns however for a first box, I think she did great! 🙂
Ready to see everything lovelies? First you’ll see the style cards followed by each piece in outfits I put together. Under the photos, you’ll also find my style tips, and outfit details + how to recreate each look with clickable visuals that would take you to the corresponding item.
Stitch Fix showed the Henley Pullover with jeans in both looks on the style cards.
Emily Rose Ellis Zipper Detail Henley Pullover ($48)
Style Tip: I’ve lately started to receive pieces that can be styled together in my Stitch Fix’s. I loved the slim fit of the Emily Rose pullover (also love this similar V neck style), and loved it even more paired with these on trend frayed jeans that also came in the second box of October. What’s more, these boots arrived in my box as well, and they were the perfect pair to complete my casual weekend look.
I kept it simple with accessories with a couple gold pieces to add sparkle, and a cross body bag with tassel detail.
Emily Rose Pullover: Status – Returned
I do like this pullover however at one of my Nordstrom shopping sprees I bought this sweater. Although they are not identical, the fits are similar, and the V neck works the same as the zipper.
Top: Stitch Fix ( Another Slim Fit Sweater I Love) | Jeans: Stitch Fix – SP Black Frayed Jeans | Boots: Stitch Fix – Same Brand Similar Style | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Jewelry: Wantable (All Wantable Reviews)
Stitch Fix shared two looks with the SP black frayed jeans; one casual, and one glammed up with heels.
SP Black Derek Frayed Stepped Hem Distressed Skinny Jean ($58)
Status – Kept
Frayed jeans are very on trend right now. This piece has a beautiful fit and is at such an amazing price point too. (although I would have bought it if it was at a higher price point too. When I find denim that fits good, I jump on it 🙂 )
Needless to say I kept these jeans and even featured them in a fall trends post very recently right here.
Diba Triumph Cutout Booties ($95)
Status – Returned
The style of these cutout booties is also huge this fall. I always say though, I only adapt trends that work with my style sense. Although in more feminine styles, I adore pointy toe boots, this pair is a bit too masculine for my taste. Even though the boots are gorgeously made, they are just not me. (although I do like these a bit more from the same brand if you like the cut out style; I think the two tone color made the boots more interesting)
RECREATE THE LOOK
This Market & Spruce sweater dress is shown layered with jackets in both outfits on Stitch Fix styling cards.
Market & Spruce Merideth Sweater Dress ($88)
Style Tip: My first instinct was to layer this sweater dress ( recently purchased this sweater dress, and LOVE this one as well) with a vegan leather jacket (also kept from a previous Stitch Fix) similar to the second look shown in the style card. I love wearing brown with burgundy.
I wanted to mix in another color, and introduced my mustard large cross body bag. I’ve had this bag for a while but lately bring it out more as I see mustard at every store. ( This is another great option in a similar color)
Finally I added in my burgundy shoes in a lighter tone (see this similar pump option) and also light green Kendra Scott earrings I kept from Rocksbox. (Have you gotten your FREE MONTH of Rocksbox? Get it here commitment free with CODE: theboxqueenxoxo)
Dress: Stitch Fix – Similar Style I love | Jacket: Previous Stitch Fix Keeper – Love this Option | Shoes: Joe’s/Old – Similar Heels I love | Bag: Zara/Old – Great Large Crossbody Similar | Jewelry: Kendra Scott via Rocksbox ( Get your FREE MONTH of Rocksbox here with CODE: theboxqueenxoxo )
RECREATE THE LOOK
Status – Returned
This is a gorgeous dress. I have two reasons for sending it back; first of all, like I mentioned I’ve been buying sweater dresses. More importantly the fabric was a tad too thick. I like to be able to layer these dresses easily with vegan leather jackets, and this one was not that comfortable inside mine.
If you prefer bigger coats with more room, I do recommend the dress. It’s substantial in person.
Stitch Fix shared two outfits with the Brixon Ivy Lace Blouse, both classically designed and elegant.
Brixon Ivy Hemsworth Lace Split Back Blouse ($68)
Style Tip: This stunning lace piece is so feminine and intricate ( love this similar style) that I wanted to contrast it with my ripped skinny AG jeans to add a bit of an edge. I brought in leopard pumps for fun factor, and the fringe bag from Stitch Fix for some movement. The accessories were kept classic not to overwhelm the look; they are there to bring in a bit of sparkle. 🙂
Status – Returned
I absolutely loved this lace peplum top but I received a similar top in none other than color green from Golden Tote. (which I’ll share soon – see all my Golden Tote Reviews)
Top: Stitch Fix – Love this Peplum Top | Jeans: AG Stiletto Jeans – Same Brand Similar | Shoes: Sam Edelman /Old – Same Brand Leopard Option | Bag: Previous Stitch Fix Keeper – Love this Fringe Rebecca Minkoff Option On Sale | Jewelry: Stella Dot Necklace + Stella Dot Earrings + Stella Dot Bracelet
RECREATE THE LOOK
Isn’t the back of the top beautiful too? LOVE!
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Overall Impressions: Stitch Fix #48 brought me great fall pieces and a brand new stylist. I loved styling each piece and once again I found a versatile item that I kept and wear all the time. Obviously I can easily recommend Stitch Fix; I mean I am on my 48th box!!! If you would like to experience Stitch Fix for yourself, you can sign up here.
Do you get Stitch Fix lovelies? Did you get any favorite pieces lately? Which one of the items I got did you like? I would love to hear all your thoughts. Also if you have any Stitch Fix related questions, I would love to answer them to my knowledge. Just drop a comment. <3
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