I just received a new Stitch Fix order and I am sharing all the details on my latest subscription box. Grab a $25 credit towards your first Stitch Fix box after you read the details on my Stitch Fix November Review!
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Stitch Fix November 2020
The holidays are coming up and now is the time to find the right outfits for all of your occasions. This year, I am certainly looking for more casual holiday wear since we do not have a lot of plans!
My Stitch Fix November order contained the perfect tops and a pair of pants for the winter season. I’ll share what I got in my Stitch Fix and what I decided to keep and return.
Item #1 Pink Clover Burgundy Button Sweater // $46
The first item in my Stitch Fix box was this Burgundy Button Detail Pullover by Pink Clover. The color is so pretty and perfect for the holidays. I did love the side button details.
The sweater was very soft and not at all scratchy. It did feel a little over sized and a little bulky. But, when I tucked in into my pants, it looked a little more tailored.
Verdict: I did not keep this sweater as I did not LOVE it. Overall, it was a nice color and material but just not my favorite item in the box.
Item #2: Market & Spruce Leopard Print Skinny Pant // $78
The next item in my Stitch Fix November box was a pair of Leopard Print Skinny Pants by Market & Spruce. Leopard print is one of my favorite patterns to wear, so I was excited to try these pants.
They were more like a mid rise, while I typically prefer a higher rise. The pants were also a bit on the short end for me, so the fit was not really perfect.
Verdict: These pants were returned.
Item #3: Lety & Me Cowl Neck Sweater // $58
The next item I tried on was this light gray cowl neck sweater by Lety & Me. I tried the top on with the leopard print pants.
The sweater is very soft and comfortable. I like the curved hem line at the bottom. It is a tailored and classic sweater that I know I would get a lot wear out of this season.
I really liked how the sweater looked with a pair of jeans and my red plaid shoes. I could see wearing this outfit for some casual holiday events. My new Faux Leather Spanx pants would also look good with this sweater.
Verdict: I kept the sweater!
Item #4: Market & Spruce Color Block Sweater
This bright striped sweater by Market & Spruce was the one item that really caught my eye when I opened my November Stitch Fix! I love a nice and colorful sweater in the dark days of winter. It is nice to wear something a little brighter.
The sweater is not very thick but it is still a nice material. I can see wearing most of the winter unless it is super cold outside.
Verdict: I kept this color block sweater!
Item #5: Bobeau Brushed Cardigan
Last but not least in my Stitch Fix box was this watercolor pattern brushed cardigan. I have bought several Bobeau tops over the years and I know that their tops are very comfortable.
The material of this wrap is so soft and cozy. I like the light and pastel color palette.
I have A LOT of cardigans in my closet right now including some similar material as this one.
Verdict: I returned this cardigan.
Recap of My Stitch Fix November Box
Overall, I really think my stylist in honing in on my style and finding me some good fits!
Every item I received in this box was something I would consider keeping and definitely something I would wear. However, I try to buy only things I love and that are not too similar to something I already own. So, I have send some of the items back!
You can read about my other Stitch Fix reviews:
Stitch Fix February 2020 Review
Stitch Fix Promo Code 2020
Now that I have been subscribed to Stitch Fix for over a year, I can honestly say I am pleased with the service! It is so fun to receive new clothing in the mail that is personally styled for me. I don’t always like everything and I don’t end up keeping all the items. But, Stitch Fix provides inspiration for me to come up with new looks for each season.
If you are looking to update your wardrobe this holiday season, now is the time to give the subscription a try. There are no long term commitments and you can schedule your Stitch Fix anytime.
Sign up now and get $25 dollars off your first order! You have nothing to lose as this credit will more than cover your styling fee.
I hope you will give it a try and you will let me know how it works out!
What would you have kept from this November Stitch Fix Box?
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