Saturday, December 24, 2016

Stitch Fix #15

It has been way too long since I posted my Stitch Fix box goodies. Honestly, I still fluctuate between thinking it's a great thing and being frustrated with what I got. This was a good box and I liked everything well enough I could have kept it. So, right now I think it's great! 

 The first thing out of the box was this adorable navy blazer. It is the 41Hawthorn Corinth Wool Elbow Patch Blazer. I love the knit fabric, making it great for every day and the elbow patches. The blazer is navy and the patches and welt pockets are heathered charcoal gray. I really love it! It does have shoulder pads, but they are small and sewn in between the lining and outer fabric so they won't get all bunched up and ruined. I kept the jacket and can come up with so many outfits to wear with it.

 The next thing out were these jeans. They are the Citizen of Humanity Aniston Boyfriend Jeans. I do love them but they were super pricy. It wasn't in the cards to buy another pair of jeans (that I don't really need). But they did fit well and I am a total sucker for button fly. 

 I am a total sucker for little details and this sweater did not disappoint. It is the RD Style Tonie Lace Inset Pullover. I love the asymmetrical hem of the sweater with the lace peeking through and the size zip detail.
 I would have kept this one but the little pucker right where the zipper connected to the sweater and fabric bothered me. I doubt anyone would have noticed, but I'm at the point in my life where I want to love everything I buy and not feel uncomfortable about any part of it. I guess I'm picky.
 And a few more ways I can wear the blazer. I do really love this thing! 

 This TK Fairbanks Tie Neck Top has the cutest details but is so hard to take good pictures of. It has a variegated yellow and green neck tie with tassels! I love tassels! I didn't love the fabric the shirt was made of. It kind of always looks wrinkled which bothered me. But I love the style! It is so fun!

The last thing out of the box was this RD Style Angus Split Back Mixed Material Sweater. It was really fun! The front looked like a regular sweater but it had black elbow patches and a slit in the back. Three buttons held the sweater closed and below the button was sheer fabric connecting the two sides of the sweater. Again, a cute design but I don' need another black sweater. 

All in all, this was a great box. My usual stylist Jaclyn was not available but I think the new stylist did a good job. 

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