Stitch Fix Review: 7th Fix | Always Aubrey

Monday, November 9, 2015

Stitch Fix Review: 7th Fix

I'm back with my latest Stitch Fix recap!

Disclosure:  I paid for my own Stitch Fix; all opinions are my own.  If you're interested in trying Stitch Fix, I'd love for you to use my referral link so I can get $25 towards my next Fix!



This month, I asked for some more "mixed media" tops, as well as warm layers as the weather cools off.  I had some luck last month shopping on my own for these kinds of pieces, so by the time my Fix came I knew I'd be less likely to keep the whole box.


This is the top that I kept, because it felt like a comfy sweatshirt but had some visual interested in the back.  It's so soft, and I do gravitate towards the color black.  I guess I'd describe it as a really great weekend sweatshirt that would appropriate to wear out without looking like you're in pajamas.  And that is the definition of how I wish I could dress every day!



The Abrianna cardigan was comfy, soft, and fit well, but for $48 I couldn't justify the purchase.  It was plain and navy in color, and I felt like I could get almost the exact same cardigan for a better price elsewhere.



This Deborah thermal cardigan is the one piece I sent back that I'm still thinking about.  It felt like a warm hug, and the hoodie was a neat surprise!  That said, it didn't feel office-appropriate, and I have enough loungewear for casual days at home.  But it seriously was the comfiest thing ever, and I lamented not having a spot for it in my wardrobe.



I wanted to love the Willson cowl neck top.  In the photos, I liked it a lot.  But the material was actually pretty thin, and the cowl not as substantial as I'd like.  I like a serious cowl that feels like an infinity scarf!  I actually would have preferred this top to be more fitted too, as I think it would have made it more flattering.  But as you can see in the photos, it did me no favors.



This Dover top was super cute!  I loved the cobalt color on the back.  But since I had already purchased a similar style top, and this one fit a bit tightly in the shoulders, I sent it back mostly on account of fit.

I had a $25 credit to spend, so in the end my $58 top was only $33 in the end.  Win!

Overall, I continue to have fun with Stitch Fix.  I would have picked up all of these items to try on in a store, even though some of them were above the price I would have preferred to pay.  I'm not sure if I'll continue it forever, but every other month continues to be a good cadence.


Disclosure:  I paid for my own Stitch Fix; all opinions are my own.  If you're interested in trying Stitch Fix, I'd love for you to use my referral link so I can get $25 towards my next Fix!


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