It’s been a minute (more like an entire year) since I posted a Stitch Fix reveal on the blog. It stems from taking a break from buying clothes. I wouldn’t say that it was frivolous spending, but the clothes were adding up in my closet. Even though I wear basically the same thing each day – jeans, blouse, and booties, I had a lot of clothes that were taking up space and definitely not being worn. So I took a look at my closet and got rid of the items I wasn’t wearing anymore! Now that fall is here, I wanted to give my closet a fun start to the season by scheduling a Fix.
How Stitch Fix Works
1. Kut From The Kloth // Benter Mixed Material Top // $58
2.Lila Ryan // Liza Colored Skinny Jeans // $98
3. Collective Concepts // Kelsie Knit Dress // $68
4. Papermoon // Anica 3/4 Sleeve Knit aTop $48
5. Papermoon // Balsman Button Down Knit Top // $54
I was so happy with this Fix! It felt like”fall” was finally here and the pieces are transitional for the season. Even though I am sure we are going to get some really hot days again, I was pleased that I could wear some of these items this month.
I kept the whole Fix! There were three items that I loved the most – Lila Ryan jeans, Benter Mixed Material Top, and Anica 3/4 Sleeve Knit Top, but it was financially beneficial to keep all 5 items to get the 25% off.
Love these items, but don’t want to try Stitch Fix?
I found similar items so you can recreate these looks! A lot of items found at Stitch Fix are either in-house brands or exclusive items. So even if you ask a stylist for these specific items, you may not get them in your Fix! Bummer, but think of it as a retail store. They sometimes sell out or don’t have your size. If you are thinking of using Stitch Fix, I hope this helps you get a better understanding of what type of clothes they carry!