February 2017 Stitch Fix #21

by Erin

While I consider myself capable of shopping for my own clothes, it’s fun to see what my Stitch Fix picks out for me. Check out my bimonthly fix!

Stitch Fix

Fix #21 is here an I can’t believe it’s been two months already since my last fix. This time around I was hoping for a top with shoulder cut outs, a button up printed top, a necklace or bracelet, and a top for two bachelorette parties I have coming up. I requested Sydney again after the awesome job she did last month and, despite the deceivingly small package it came in, sure enough she hit it out of the park again!

February 2017 Stitch Fix #21

While I didn’t get the specific cut out top I have had my eyes on, or a printed button up, I think Sydney found plenty of other pieces that fit my style. After all, it is a styling service, not a shopping service. Obviously it’s awesome to get a piece requested, but sometimes those items are just not in stock and that’s reality. But Sydney was able to find other things that I enjoyed just as much, inspired by things I had pinned! Oh and BTW I think this was the lowest price fix ever – $162 after the 25% discount! Below you will find the note I left and her response.



P.S. Some of the jewelry I am wearing (except obviously the chevron necklace) is from my other favorite subscription, Rocksbox. If you wanna try it out, use my code ERINBFF367 for a free month!

Romolo Genevieve Stacked Chevron Pendant Necklace

1. Romolo Genevieve Stacked Chevron Pendant Necklace / $28: I had pinned the Romolo “Danna” version of this necklace but this is a pretty damn good substitute. While I admit I like the style of the Danna better (or even the duo tone version of this one), I still enjoy this necklace as it is very versatile and definitely my style and can be worn with a variety of outfits. KEEPER.

Le Lis Jonesman Cut Out Detail Knit Top

2. Le Lis Jonesman Cut Out Detail Knit Top / XS / $34: I love that this top is basic with a little edge. It’s one of my favorite pieces in this month’s fix! I foresee this being worn a lot. I may need to invest in a new multi-way bra to avoid strap sightings but it’ll be worth it. It also was perfect paired with my other favorite piece in this fix seen below. KEEPER.

SP Black Kelli Army Printed Skinny Jean

3. SP Black Kelli Army Printed Skinny Jean / 2 / $68: OMG these jeans. While I have in my profile not to send pants unless specifically requested, I did pin a pair of army skinny jeans and I’m so excited that Sydney spied them. Again not the specific ones but I totally love them, the zipper detail at the ankle, and the price! They are cheaper than the ones I had pinned by $20, so in reality I like them ever more than the ones I had pinned. This is why Sydney rocks. KEEPER.

Le Lis Ryla Cold Shoulder Knit Top

4. Le Lis Ryla Cold Shoulder Knit Top / XS / $48: Another cut out top! If I had to pick, I like the other one better, but the material of this one is so incredibly soft. I did however have a moment of uncertainly whether it was a 3/4 sleeve of full length because with the shoulders cut out you could pull the sleeves down further, but that caused extra fabric in the arm pits which looked not so great. 3/4 length it is! I’m probably going to end up keeping it although at first I was unsure. It’s growing on me. Besides, keeping it would further justify that multi-way ;-).

JELLA C Hemant Crochet Detail Top

5. JELLA C Hemant Crochet Detail Top / XS / $38: Pardon my ghostly whiteness, it is winter after all. This is the only piece in my fix that I wasn’t excited about because I’m not a huge fan of crochet on my clothing, with a few exceptions that are piece specific. While trying it on I liked the exposed back but I was not a fan over all. And it fit large. I have to admit looking at the pictures makes me dislike it less but not enough to keep it. Just not my style. Conveniently I have a friend who does want it which cause now I can keep all 5 and get 25% off!

What did you like or dislike? Is there anything you would want for yourself? Make sure to tell your stylist!

For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014 or my past fixes listed below. Also, they now offer Stitch Fix for men! What dude would pass up the opportunity to have clothing sent to him, that didn’t require going to a store or picking them out? I’m surprised they didn’t set this up sooner.

Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post! I pay for these clothes on my own. However, this post does provide referral links for new sign ups which gives me a little credit to go towards my next box. Join me in the journey by signing up HERE

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Susan February 10, 2017 - 10:46 am

A lot of good stuff here. I can see why you don’t like the crochet-trip top. I also agree that the style of the teal cut-out top is not as nice as the black one. I guess I’m too old because I don’t get wanting or wearing camo jeans… My favorite of the bunch is the black cut-out top.

Kayle (The Cooking Actress) February 10, 2017 - 7:13 am

definitely an awesome fix!! Those jeans are AMAZINGGG!

spiffycookie February 10, 2017 - 7:39 am

Thanks Kayle! And omg right? I cannot wait to wear them.


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