I asked my Stitch Fix Stylist for some pretty fall pieces and she did not disappoint!
It’s been a while since I shared a Stitch Fix review! I got a couple toward the end of summer with some pretty things. I just got a little busy and didn’t take photos. But when this box arrived and I saw these gorgeous pieces, I knew I had to share!
Side note: I decided to try 2 other styling services this month as well. Trunk Club and Wantable. Stay tuned for my thoughts on those. But I’ll go ahead and tell you now that Stitch Fix is still the winner for me. Maybe it’s because my stylist has plenty of data on me and knows my style. But my boxes from Stitch Fix pretty much always feel tailored to me!
This month, I asked my stylist to focus on tops. She sent me some fantastic timeless wardrobe basics. These are items I’d wear for years and not feel like they were stale.
October Stitch Fix Review: Tops
Cowl Neck Knit Top by Laila Jayde ($58)
This top is sooooo so soft. And I like the overall fit. But the cowl neck is a bit awkward to me. I wasn’t sure how to make it lay. Laila Jayde has such cute clothing and it’s made in the US! I love that. I have received a few things from this brand in my Stitch Fix boxes and everything has been great quality.
Brushed Fleece Pocket Hoodie by Project Social T ($58)
Another very soft top. But it was a bit shorter than I’m used to for hoodies. I don’t think I would like that my midsection would show every time I had to bend down and pick up my 2 year old. If you’re thinking $58 seems a bit steep for a basic black hoodie, keep in mind Project Social T partners with Community Service Programs to help kids in crisis between ages 11-17.
Ribbed Cardigan by 41 Hawthorn ($74)
This is perfectly my style! I love this cardi so much. It’s soft, a gorgeous neutral that would pair gorgeously with plenty of shirts. And the thickness makes it a good 3-seasons cardi. But $74 is a bit out of my typically price range. I would consider it for an ethically made piece or a brand that supports social causes. But I couldn’t find anything on 41 Hawthorn (I think they must be one of Stitch Fix’s own brands).
Tulip Sleeve Blouse by 41 Hawthorn ($58)
Another gorgeous top that I could wear in Fall and Spring at the very least. Probably in summer and winter too! The colors and print are perfect. And the sleeve detail is so cute!
Flap Pocket Button Down by Kut from the Kloth ($68)
I have been looking for a cute plaid shirt, and this one would work well in my wardrobe. I look for colors and prints that will mix and match with things I already own. So, for a plaid top, for example, I would look for colors that could go with jeans, olive pants, dark wine pants, and black. This one could probably go with 3 of the 4!
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So what do you think of this Fix? What would you keep and what would you send back?