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OlgaDavis30: Stitch Fix Review - November Box

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Stitch Fix Review - November Box

Well talk about cutting it close, November is almost over. I can't believe it. Time is going by so quickly now that the holidays are here. I'm especially grateful for the warmer weather we are still having near Chicago. But I know once tomorrow arrives we will certainly get some of those cold temps we are so used to. Hope everyone had a nice time with their friends and family during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. I know I did.

And now off to see what was inside this month's delivery. Really excited since everything is to my taste. Not sure what Stitch Fix is? Take a look at my first post here.

Pixley Greenich Striped Knit Top Burgundy - $48
Liverpool Kay 4-Way Stretch Skinny Jean - $88
This is a shirt I had already seen on Pinterest from another Stitch Fix user and I just had to have it. I specifically asked my stylist to hunt it down for me and she was able to send it my way. I love the color, perfect for fall and winter. My favorite part is the elbow patches. I guess it just reminds me of growing up and how mom had to put patches on so many of my clothes. Anyone else go through that?  This one from Amazon is cute too! The jeans are one of my favorite brands, Liverpool, so comfy and stretchy, but I'm not in need of another pair of skinny jeans, have way too many. I think I'll have to request boot cut next time.





Market & Spruce Altona Open Drape Cardigan Burgundy - $68
Octavia Rosemary Satchel Mustard - $64
This sweater is thicker than I thought, and it wraps like a cozy blanket. Goes perfect with the top. For this dark burgundy and other colors try this one. The purse is nice and roomy, perfect for stuffing all of my kids' things. I am a big fan of the color Mustard, so no surprise I already own a bag in this color. I think this is going back.  What do you think of this London Fog one?


Evolution by Cyrus Flora Zipper Detail Pullover Sweater Grey - $98
Uh, I really really love this sweater, but not the price. I just can't spend $100 on  a sweater. Look a the  cute zipper detail on the side though. 






So over all I'd give the box a 10, but considering purchase price, I'd have to bring it down to a 7 since some pieces are over my budget. Do you think I should keep any of the tops?

And don't forget that this year if you're not sure what to get your loved one's for the holidays you can opt for a Stitch Fix Gift card. Who ever said gift cards were impersonal? I'd love to get one!



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