Stitch Fix review November 2018

Stitch Fix review November 2018

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Is it me or are these months just flying by?! I feel like school just started for the kids and now we’re in November already! We just celebrated Thanksgiving and Christmas will be here before you know it!
This month I received one of my favorite boxes from my stylist! He is rocking my items. His choices are so my style and trending. I will get into the items shortly but let me explain to the people who don’t know what Stitch Fix is about it first. If you already know about it, scroll down to see the items I received.
Stitch Fix is a monthly subscription mail order for clothes, shoes, jewelry and accessories. You get 5 items in each box. You set up your personal profile and customize it to your liking. It’s like Christmas in a box every month!! I can’t wait for that brown box to arrive with the Stitch Fix tape on it. I get an email that it shipped out and I track it when it should arrive. Usually in 3 days or less.
Once it arrives, I open the box and get a price sheet with the description of each item. I also get a card which shows each item I received, how to wear it and a personal note from my stylist.
Listed below is the style card I received for this fix. Now let’s get into what I received.

Harper Lane – Gouti cotton cowl neck/off the shoulder pullover $68
Level 99 – Faine printed straight leg pant $98
Personally I don’t like tight turtleneck sweaters but this one is perfect. It’s loose around my neck. It’s warm, cozy and black goes with everything. I kept this one!

I also dressed this sweater up in the picture below. I wore this cowl neck sweater with these leopard pants I received in this months box too. They were ankle length and I wore them with my booties. I may keep these, I’m thinking about it.

Cosmic blue love – Haley button down top $68
Spanx- Jalila moto detail legging $110
Where do I start with these moto leggings?! They are so cute and stylish. It’s my first pair of Spanx I have ever tried. I would suggest sizing up on these, for me the waist was a little snug. I love how it held everything in! I didn’t keep them because I had to size up. Otherwise, I would of kept them. I can exchange them for another size.
I also received this button down plaid top. It’s a perfect fall essential! I paired it with a pair of jeans and booties for a night out. I decided not to keep it only because I already have a few.


Emory Park – Dulce 3/4 sleeve cross front knit top $38
The last item I received was this striped top with the criss cross design in the front. It is super cute and stylish but I have almost the same exact top with out the front detail, same color and all! See my stylist really gets me.


See how versatile these boxes can be. I can dress the items I receive up or down for day or night.
That is my November review of Stitch Fix and the items I received. My stylist did a amazing job matching items to my style. If you decide not to keep all the items, you can return them for free with the enclosed envelope that is prepaid. It’s so easy to do or if you decide to keep all the items, you will receive 25% off your total.
If you’re looking to give a gift that they would love for the holidays, Stitch Fix offers gift cards. They are actual cards or it can be emailed to that special someone. Here is the link to mail the gift card:  gift card mail. Link to email the gift card:  gift card email .   Link to print your gift card at home: gift card print at home.
Take a look at my Pinterest board for more Stitch Fix reviews and clothing ideas. Here is the link: Pinterest .
I hope you enjoyed this review. Give Stitch Fix a try, you won’t be disappointed! Here is my link to try it out: Stitch Fix referral link.
Thanks for stopping by!
Sue

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