My December 2017 Stitch Fix Review is a bit different! This is the first time I kept everything!
I’m usually the one super envious of all the pretty items other people get in their Stitch Fix reviews. I’ve received great items, don’t get me wrong. I just have never had a fix where I was super excited for every single item. Until now.
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I received an email from Stitch Fix offering to waive the $20 styling fee. The last time I received a fix, I also had this same offer come through my email. At the time I was kind of teetering between sizes and didn’t want to order another until I lost a little more weight. Now that I’m definitely back into a comfortable size medium, I decided to give them another try.
I updated my sizes in my profile and also made a note that I would prefer layering pieces and lacy, feminine clothing. I noted that after a rough couple of years with my youngest, I was tired of yoga pants and tee shirts.
My stylist, Michelle, got it. She sent flattering jeans and pretty tops.
December 2017 Stitch Fix Review
Prosperity Lena Released Hem Super Skinny Jean
If there is one thing that Stitch Fix almost always gets right for me, it’s the jeans. They always fit perfect! In fact, almost all of the jeans I wear now are from them!
These Prosperity Jeans are no exception. I wasn’t so sure about the released hem, but they fit like a glove and are the softest jeans I’ve ever worn. I literally do not want to take them off. Ever. And for $78.00, these are practically a steal when you compare them to similar quality jeans from other brands.
TRULEY POPPY Sanaz Lace Detail Knit Tee
When I first saw this shirt, I was sure I’d love it. I love shirts with lacy, feminine details. This one is more subtle and casual though. Both the sleeves and the waist are trimmed in lace and the back has a v-shaped lace inset that I love.
I don’t particularly love the neckline and more casual look of this one, but then again, it’s simple enough for everyday wear. It doesn’t have a lot of stretch to it and I suspect I’ll like it even more after I lose just a few more pounds.
I wouldn’t pay the $54.00 price tag for this particular shirt, but with the 25% discount to buy everything, it was a no-brainer.
Le Lis Alapay Printed Back Knit Top
This is another shirt that I wasn’t totally in love with. I like that it’s lightweight and has a really flattering shape to it. I’m not really into the pattern on the back, but that’s just me. Since this sweater is thin enough to layer, that’s probably how I’ll wear it.
I also felt the $58.00 price was a bit high for this one, but again, keeping everything gave me a 25% discount.
Hawthorn Zaza Open Cardigan
I love this! I’m actually wearing it and the Prosperity Jeans right now! You can just tell it’s well made. The fabric has a nice weight to it and it’s incredibly soft. It’s made by Hawthorn, which I believe is a Stitch Fix in-house brand.
Michelle picked this for me because she had noticed I had quite a few striped cardigans on my Pinterest style board. I don’t even think I really realized that!
The regular price for this cardigan is $58.00 which I feel is fair based on the quality.
Daniel Rainn Becru Lace Detail Blouse
And finally, the shirt that would have made this fix a success all in it’s own! This shirt is exactly what I was asking for. Pretty, lacy, feminine. There are so many little details. From lace, to pleats, to ties, I love everything about this. Not to mention the fit and ability to layer it. I can see wearing this in both casual and more formal settings. I just love it.
I had never heard of Daniel Rainn before so I checked out their website. I’m definitely a new fan – everything is so pretty!
The regular price of this shirt is $68.00. To be honest, I would pay that much for it because it’s something I know I’ll wear over and over again.
The overall total of everything in this December 2017 Stitch Fix Review was $316.00, but with the 25% discount it came to $237.00.
I always have a hard time spending money on myself, but I was definitely in need of some nicer items and know that I’ll wear all these. The total for the 3 items that I really loved (the jeans, cardigan, and Daniel Rainn top) would have been $204.00. So for an additional $33 I got two more shirts that, even though I didn’t love them, I’ll still wear them. I do plan to order again soon!
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