Another Stitch Fix box has arrived which means it is time for another review! Unfortunately, this one wasn't nearly the hit that my December box was... but it still had some cute stuff, even if I didn't decide to buy it for myself. Before I jump in to the clothes, if you want to try Stitch Fix for yourself, you can have the $20 Styling Fee waived by using this link: Stitch Fix. Now let's get in to the February box!
I was able to create two outfits from this months box. One thing I liked about this box it that it encouraged me to pair items that I normally wouldn't think to pair, especially in this first outfit.
In this outfit, the sweater, vest, and jeans are all from Stitch Fix. My stylist recommended pairing these thing with pumps and drop earring (which I didn't end up adding). I never would have paired the vest and sweater myself so I appreciated that push. However, I did not like the way it looked with heels and wish I had gone with some sneakers, slip ons, or mules instead.
The beige sweater was by DJ & JUJU and it retailed for $38. I liked the fit and cut, but didn't feel like it brought anything new to my closet. It was also extremely light which unfortunately made it feel like it was not super quality. Ultimately, I decided to send this back.
Moving to the vest, this was by far the biggest hit of this outfit from you all on Instagram. It was by 41 Hawthorn and cost $68. I honestly did really like this vest. It is super cute BUT I just didn't see myself wearing it on a regular basis so this one went back as well.
The final piece in this outfit was the jeans. These are the Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean by Vigoss and they retail for $68. These jeans fit well (I'm always surprised by Stitch Fix's ability to pick pants out that actually fit) and were very comfortable. However, I have more than enough jeans, and I thought the length was just a little bit too short - back they went.
Despite not keeping these stylist selections, I found some similar items that you can shop if you're interested in any of these pieces. Unfortuanely, I didn't have sucess finding the exact pieces, but check out that wine colored vest... Seriously how cute is that?!
Now on to outfit number two!
Here we've got the same jeans, a super cute wrap top, and the cross body bag - all from Stitch Fix. I paired these with my open toed booties which I picked up at a random boutique in Huntington, WV.
I'll start with the bag first. It's the Brooks Crossbody Bag by Octavia and it retailed for $58. Again, I liked it, I just didn't love it. I am in need of an everyday bag like this, but I really felt like I could find something similar for a better price at Nordstrom Rack or Marshalls. That means, once again-it was not meant to be.
My last piece from this fix is the Aimee Cross Front Top from Collective Concepts and it retailed for $58. And, FINALLY, this one was a winner! I love the fit, it's a perfect piece for spring, and it brings some much needed color to my closet (because let's be real the majority of my closet is grey). I can't wait to wear this to an ice-house this summer on a casual afternoon adventure or dress it up for a date night with the hubs. That made this the one piece I kept from this box.
Once again I've put together some similar pieces for you to shop if you love any of the pieces shown here.
Overall, it was a bit of a disappointing box this time around. But, you can't win them all! I'm already looking forward to the next one. What spring trend should I ask my stylist for in my next box??
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