October Stitch Fix

I LOVE Stitch Fix. Who doesn't want to have cute clothes regularly delivered right to your door? In today's post I'm showing you everything I got in my most recent Stitch Fix.

Shirt, Pants, and Necklace from this month's fix.

Shirt, Pants, and Necklace from this month's fix.


Prior to this month, I had stepped away from Stitch Fix for a little while but I was super impressed that my stylist picked right back up where I had left off. I loved that in recommending ways to style the pieces she sent she referenced pairing them with pieces I had purchased in the past. Serious kudos for doing her homework!

I created two outfits from this haul. Both of these were created entirely with pieces I've received/purchased from Stitch Fix. Not gonna lie I thought they were both super cute outfits too :P

Shirt & Shoes from this month's fix.

Shirt & Shoes from this month's fix.


What I'm Keeping:

Cameryn Skinny Pant by Liverpool in Olive- These pants are quite possibly one of the comfiest pairs of pants I own. I let my stylist know that I live in jeans and she sent these as an even comfier option for day to day.

Nerida Stone and Feather Necklace by Bay to Baubles- Jewlery is one of my favorite things to get from Stitch Fix because I am horrible at picking pieces out for myself. I love getting a piece in a fix with a clear example of how to utilize it!

What I'm Returning:

Mead Strappy Bootie by Report Footwear- These booties were adorable and they definitely got the most votes to keep in my instastory poll. However, I can't justify another paid of brown booties when I already have at least three other somewhat similar pairs.

Dido Mixed Print Knit Top by Market and Spruce- This top was so freakin comfy! My initial reaction upon unboxing it was that I was unsure if I would like it. It was much cuter on that expected but I just didn't quite like it enough to justify the $58 price tag.

Lenore Henley Blouse by 41 Hawthorne- This is the blue blouse in the photo above. While cute, I have a ton of tank tops that are similar. It didn't bring anything new or different to my wardrobe.

So that's it! Currently I've set my fixes to come every other month (this is my attempt at not allowing myself to spend too much money :p). If you want to try Stitch Fix out for yourself you can do so using my referral code here!