FALL STITCH FIX REVIEW | SEPTEMBER 2020

Hello! I’m excited to share my first Stitch Fix box of fall! I love fall fashion (along with everyone else in the world), but I don’t need too many more cold weather clothes. For that reason, I was extremely picky with this fix — I want to make sure that I’m not further overloading my closet for the colder months. I sent my stylist Anna a link to my personal style Pinterest board, and let her go from there!

Kut From The Kloth Bhody Skinny High Rise Coated Jeans ($88) — These jeans were a rich brown and had a shiny coat all over. They were very beautiful and sleek, and I really liked the leather-like look for fall. My only issue was that they were too long and large at the waist. They bunched up all around my legs when I walked, even when rolled up. Returned.

BB Dakota Rikki Knit Skirt ($58) — I love oxblood so much for fall, and this skirt was right up my alley (though I usually prefer a more flared silhouette). In the end, I returned it because it also gaped at the waist and wasn’t sitting right. Returned.

Stitches & Stripes Alohi Waffle Basic Pullover ($68) — This was a great fall basic. It was comfortable, cute, and versatile. But I already own more oatmeal sweaters than I’d care to admit, and I can’t justify purchasing another. Returned.

Franco Sarto Carolynn Patent Leather Loafer ($89) — Right off the bat, these slipped off my feet when I walked and felt like I could’ve gone down a whole size for them to fit. In terms of style, I’m not sure what I’d wear these with. I think the patent leather bothers me a little bit — too shiny for me. I think I’d prefer regular leather. Returned.

Madewell Classic Ex-Boyfriend Shirt ($79.50) — I’m 100% certain I can find an amazing boyfriend-style flannel for $5 or less at a thrift store. Especially right from the men’s section! While this shirt was cute, I couldn’t justify the price. Returned.

My next fix is scheduled for mid-October (the best time of the year). I was hoping to get a quick replacement for this box, but they didn’t offer it and also didn’t have any delivery dates available before then.

Thanks for reading!

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