March Stitch Fix

I was excited – as always – to find my Stitch Fix box waiting on the doorstep for me when I arrived home Friday night. Despite the box being covered in a dusting of fresh snow, I was eager to dive in.

Spoiler alert: This was my favorite Fix to date. 

Even if this had been the only item I received, I still would consider this my best Fix yet, because the first thing I pulled out of the box was just so good.

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I’d seen someone wearing this Pixley “Kendari” faux suede jacket a few weeks ago and gushed about how much I loved it. When she told me she’d received it from Stitch Fix, I shamelessly asked to see the tag so I could note the brand and make a specific request for this jacket.

When I discovered one of my own in the Fix, I was beyond delighted. 

This moto jacket is incredibly soft and the fit is great. The above picture does not do the color justice; it’s really fawn-like and has blush undertones. It is perfect for spring and I can’t wait to wear it.

Here are the stylist’s comments about the coat:

I saw your request to see the Pixley faux suede Moto jacket in this Fix, and I’m thrilled to tell you that we had one in stock to send you! It’s such a popular item and it’s been flying off the shelves this season! Pair it with your favorite jeans and a t-shirt or layer it over a casual dress for a chic look that’s perfect for work or weekend.

I love how it’s shown on the styling cards:

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You can also get a better sense of the color from the image above. Isn’t this pretty?

Total win! Possibly my favorite Stitch Fix item ever.

I couldn’t believe my good fortune when I discovered that the next thing in the box was the Loveappella “Dawnty” pullover, another item I had seen on Stitch Fix review blogs and had Pinned with a comment that I’d love to get it.

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Although it looks like a sweatshirt, it’s not. The material is more like a thin, soft sweater. The teal accents are what sealed the deal for me.

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Here’s how it was styled by the Stitch Fix team:

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I loved this so much that I wore it the day after I got it.

Next up: the Honey Punch “Novah” elbow patch textured cardigan.

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This is a very soft off-white cardigan with fabric that reminds me of a thermal knit. The elbow patches provide contrast and are faux suede:

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One problem that I had with the elbow patches was that the stitching was loose. I had to cut some threads off of each side.

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Still, I like the style and this is a cozy piece that I will likely reach for often. I absolutely love how it is styled below and plan to wear it with a chambray shirt and booties, as shown on the right.

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The final piece of clothing was this Market & Spruce “Austin” polka dot and striped shirt:

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Here’s the back:

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This definitely falls under the umbrella of My Style, so I think it was a good pick from my Stylist. I think it suffered in comparison to the other clothing pieces in the box, since I liked them more. Overall, though, this is ok and I will wear it when the weather gets warmer.

The last thing I received was an accessory, which is unusual for me to get in a Fix. This was the Bay to Baubles “Matt” teardrop necklace. 

Initially, I was not wowed by this necklace, but I also didn’t notice the tiny rhinestone details until I took it out of the box to photograph it. This considerably upped my interest, and I also realized I have very few silver necklaces that are long enough to layer. This piece is growing on me. (Sorry, no styling cards provided for this).

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Final detail: the Keep It All price for this Fix was $185, which is one of the lowest I’ve had in a long time. It was a total no brainer to say yes.

Best Fix yet.

 

 

 

 

One thought on “March Stitch Fix

  1. That faux suede jacket is amazing. That color can go with pretty much anything and it looks super sharp. I’ve wanted to try stitch fix but I’m kind of cheap and I enjoy the process of thrifting and shopping too much:)

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