December Stitchfix Review


Previous Stitchfix Reviews: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7 //

I’m skipping another day of Blogmas since I’ve already done today’s topic and sharing my latest Stitchfix instead. I’m definitely looking forward to getting back on track with the Blogmas topics in the next couple of days though!

My box came over Thanksgiving weekend, which probably wasn’t the best timing considering that I was bloated from all of the delicious food I’d been eating, but it was nice because it gave me an extra day to think about what I was going to keep.

This month, I requested another leather jacket to try.  I had gotten one in my last box, but it didn’t fit quite right.  I was hoping to get one that fit a little better.  Other than that, I don’t think I requested anything specific.

So here is what I got, what I kept, and what I sent back:

DSC_0698 Zad dorothy layered hammered cuff // $34

Honestly, as soon as I saw this in my box, I knew it would go back.  Other than my Alex + Ani bracelets, I don’t wear bracelets on a regular basis. I actually have a cuff that is pretty similar to this one that I got from Premiere Jewelry, and I never wear it.

DSC_0689 41Hawthorn Iris Striped A-Line Skirt // Medium // $58

Well, as you can see from the picture, I am not actually wearing the skirt. This is because it wouldn’t even begin to zip up. It went back.

TCEC Edgar Faux Leather Jacket // Medium // $68

When I saw this in the box, I liked it a lot! I had requested another leather jacket, and it was gray, so of course I couldn’t wait to try it on. Unfortunately, it was way too small! I’m actually holding the jacket as closed as I can get it in this picture. Stupid boobs… it was pretty tight in the arms too, which is an issue I don’t usually have. Back it went.

Staccato Barry Cowl Neck Ribbed Sweater // medium // $58

I really liked this sweater when I saw it in the box, probably because it was gray and I’m pretty much obsessed with gray.  And once I put it on, I was pretty impressed with how soft it was! A lot of times I will put on a sweater like that thinking it looks cute, then it ends up itching like crazy.  However, I didn’t think it was anything special especially considering the price.  I really deliberated on keeping it, but I decided I liked the vest below better, so the sweater went back.

Mystree charlee asymmetrical zip french terry biker vest // Medium // $74

There is a light at the end of the tunnel, and this vest was it! I loved, loved, loved it! But I was hesitant to get too excited as I had been striking out up to this point. Thankfully, I was not to be disappointed. Not only did it fit, but it’s SO incredibly warm and comfortable! It’s lined with (faux) fur or something, make it extra cozy! It was a little pricey, definitely not what I would typically spend on an item like this, but I couldn’t pass it up. So I kept it!

So what did you think of my pieces?  Though it wasn’t my favorite box to-date, I’m still enjoying them and trying different things, so I’m planning to keep my subscription into the next year.

***Just a note that this is in no way a sponsored post.  I get nothing from Stitchfix for doing this review— I just like sharing what I got! However, if you haven’t tried Stitchfix yet, I would LOVE it if you used my personal referral link so I can get a credit on my next fix!

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