My Fall Stitch Fix Review

It’s been awhile since I received a new Stitch Fix box so it was extra exciting to get one in the mail! I rarely go out shopping for clothes for myself these days. I just don’t have time to get out by myself to shop, which makes Stitch Fix so nice!

Fall Stitch Fix Review

If you are new to the concept of Stitch Fix, here is how it works.

First thing you do is fill out your style profile.

This gives your stylist ideas on how tight or loose you want your clothes, want pricing, sizing, and color preference you have. This is also the place you link to your fashion board on Pinterest, so your stylist gets an idea of what you like! I have a board just devoted to pinning Stitch Fix items.

Now you just order your fix!

You have to pay a $20 styling fee, but that fee is refunded if you end up keeping any item in your box. I always keep at least one thing, so I don’t blow through $20. Every box comes with 5 items. Stitch Fix offers clothes, shoes, accessories, jewelry, but you can specify what you want. I don’t have anything checked on my profile beside clothing, but I might try some other categories at some point!

The box will show up in a few weeks (you can schedule when you want it to arrive, but it normally takes around 2-3 weeks for the stylist to put together you box, and it to arrive). You have 3 days to try everything on, and decide what you want to keep. A postage paid envelope is included, so it’s super easy to send back! If you keep all 5 items, you get 25% off your order!

I was able to get started on Stitch Fix because Sean bought me a gift card to Stitch Fix for my Christmas present 2 years ago. It was the best gift ever! You could always send your husband this blog post so he could get an idea on an easy gift for you!

And now for what I received in my box! Please help me decide what to keep! Leave me a comment with what you like best! 

  1. Kut From The Kloth Caralie Wide Leg Pants – $88.00

I’ve received one pair of capri jeans that I did keep from Stitch Fix. They are amazing and I’ve worn them quite a bit. But since I wear a lot of skirts and dresses, if I’m going to dress up in something that calls for pants, I’m going to be in a skirt or dress. I tried them on and even though they were super high quality pants, I just didn’t like them enough to keep them. 

They also were going to need hemmed, as you can see in the picture.

Stitch Fix Kut From The Kloth Pants

Stitch Fix Kut From The Kloth Pants

2. 41 Hawthorn Concord Striped Draped Pocket Cardigan – $58.00

This one has been a hard decision. I love the colors and how soft it is. I’m not sure if I like the design of the draped look though. Help me decide!

Stitch Fix Draped Pocket Cardigan

Stitch Fix Draped Pocket Cardigan

Stitch Fix Draped Pocket Cardigan

3. August Mist Magie Cardigan – $38.00

This cardigan looks like it would be so cute for Christmas. And all winter long. It’s soft and I like the length of it. I don’t have much green in my closet though, so I can’t decide if I should keep it or not! Help a girl out!

Stitch Fix August Mist Magie Cardigan

Stitch Fix August Mist Magie Cardigan

4. Olive & Oak Maryanne Striped Pullover – $58.00

Oh my. I’m in love! I already know I’m keeping this and I wore it two days in a row. Super duper love it! It’s very soft and stretchy and oh so comfortable. I love the mint color.

Stitch Fix Olive & Oak Maryanne Striped Pullover Sweater

Stitch Fix Olive & Oak Maryanne Striped Pullover Sweater

Stitch Fix Olive & Oak Maryanne Striped Pullover Sweater

5. Q&A Mara V Neck Blouse – $58.00

I saved the worst for last. Or you might say the hysterical for last. I knew as soon as I saw this blouse I wouldn’t be keeping it! The butterflies remind me of my great-grandma, and the fit is not good at all! It reminds me of a maternity shirt!

Q&A Mara V Neck Blouse from Stitch Fix

Q&A Mara V Neck Blouse from Stitch Fix

Q&A Mara V Neck Blouse from Stitch Fix

Haha! This one is going back for sure!

So that wraps up my November Stitch Fix box. Tell me what you think, and if I should keep one of the cardigans! 

If you want to try and schedule a Stitch Fix box for the holidays, or one just for the winter months, go here to sign up to receive your own personal box! They now are offering plus size and even have maternity!





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  1. I think I prefer the blue cardigan as well.

    It is a pity that the pants didn’t fit as you do look good in pants. I am wearing mine more now that the weather is getting colder

  2. I like the green cardigan myself, because it’s a more classic style. I also LOVE that long cardigan you are wearing in the photo with the pants! I know that didn’t come in the box but it’s gorgeous and I’d love to know where you got it!

    That shirt with the butterflies…I always say that whoever designs those big ballooney styles has obviously never worn maternity clothes. haha.

    1. I agree, that sweater is gorgeous on you!

      Yes, non-maternity clothes should not feel like maternity clothes!

  3. Wow…that last shirt!
    I love both of the cardigans! The length of the green one is attractive to me, but if the blue one soft, it sounds like a good choice. Are pockets useful to you? If so, soft and pockets should win.
    I love the top you decided to keep also! It is even prettier on you than it looked on the fb live video. I liked it there, but wasn’t sure how it would look on and the answer is great!

    1. Thank you! I’m glad you like the sweater! I love the pockets in the blue cardigan because they keep my hands warm in the winter. 🙂

  4. I’d keep the blue cardigan. The color is fabulous on you. The green is a bit drab. I like the drape style of the blue one better also.
    The mint and gray sweater is gorgeous!

  5. I like the green cardigan better of the two. The blue color is really pretty but the style is a little… slouchy? I agree that pockets are handy but I’m just not a fan of how the “draped” style looks. The green one looks better. And I hardly ever wear things with pockets (knit jersey skirts are my favorite) and I get by just fine, so the pockets, or lack thereof, are not a deal-breaker.

    In terms of colors to go with it, white would brighten it up, purple or a deep pink/magenta would go well, almost any shade of blue, and I like the red you’re wearing with it as well.

    The first outfit, by the way, is probably my favorite! I know you don’t wear jeans often, and aren’t keeping these, but the long cardigan with the jeans is really classy-looking and very modest IMO. Plus I love the dark-wash jeans with the red shirt and that cardigan. Red is a fantastic color on you (I’ve noticed that with lipstick too, if that doesn’t sound weird– you look really good in red lipstick 🙂 ).

    That last shirt… oh man. It reminds me of hospital scrubs with the butterfly print. Your face in the last photo is too cute! 😉

    1. So funny, my husband just told me he didn’t really like how red lipstick looks on me. Ha! I’ve been trying to find a different color that he likes on me, but I really do like red lipstick. 😉 Thanks for the feedback!! I really appreciate it. I actually own the cardigan in the first outfit and plan on wearing it with jeans. 🙂

  6. I like the #3 cardigan better than the #2. More slimming and fits you better. And you can easily wear it with blue!! I love the pullover, so cute. Have fun choosing.


  7. Personally, I’d keep the green sweater, not the blue one. It looks good on you, and is more slimming and flattering, I think. But it’s totally up to you!

  8. I like the long cardigan, 41 Hawthorn. It has many different shades so you have the ability to pair it with varying outfits. I didn’t like the blue butterfly shirt, either. I felt it looked like hospital scrubs and frumpy to boot. If, I chose a second sweater, I liked the blue striped cardigan.

  9. I, too, love the first outfit with the long sweater and pants. ? The colors and fit look great on you! I love the fit of the green sweater, too! Very classy!

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