Stitch Fix Review for February 2022 – Fix #102

A new month means a new Stitch Fix review. Let’s see the winter styles my wonderful stylist, Jennifer, picked for me to try for February.

Stitch Fix Reivew for February 2022 - Fix #102

Stitch Fix Review for February

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  • Stitch Fix is a personal styling service.  When you sign up for Stitch Fix, you fill out a detailed style profile that helps your stylist know your likes and dislikes. 
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Kaileigh Bobbie Knit Faux Wrap Dress

The first thing that I tried this month was the Kaileigh Bobbie Knit Faux Wrap Dress. I love a wrap dress and especially loved that this dress has a ruffled bottom.

Stitch Fix Kaileigh Bobbie Knit Faux Wrap Dress

All of my jewelry in this post is from Roxbox.

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It is really cold here in Virginia so we had to take pictures inside this month. To see details on my winter decor, click here and here.

I knew immediately that I would keep this dress. I did a massive closet cleanout over the summer and now only have one winter dress. This is a perfect second dress to have.

Stitch Fix Kaileigh Bobbie Knit Faux Wrap Dress

West Kei Allan Surplice Rolltab High Low Blouse

Next, I tried the West Kei Allan Surplice Rolltab High Low Blouse. This blouse was super comfortable and I loved its style.

Stitch Fix Stitch Fix West Kei Allan Surplice Rolltab High Low Blouse

I’m not able to do much of anything these days, so even though I really liked this top, I returned it.

Stitch Fix West Kei Allan Surplice Rolltab High Low Blouse

Liverpool Temma Denim Jacket

Anytime Jennifer picks anything Liverpool for me, I know I will like it. Just as I predicted, I loved this Liverpool Temma Denim Jacket.

Stitch Fix Liverpool Temma Denim Jacket

I have a denim jacket just like this one that I wear a lot in spring and fall. If I were still teaching, I definitely would have kept this.

Stitch Fix Liverpool Temma Denim Jacket

Market and Spruce Regina Cozy Sweater Hoodie

Next, I tried on the Market and Spruce Regina Cozy Sweater Hoodie. I loved this sweater hoodie. It was so soft and comfortable.

Stitch Fix Market and Spruce Regina Cozy Sweater Hoodie

Even though I really loved this sweater, I didn’t keep it because I don’t need it.

Stitch Fix Market and Spruce Regina Cozy Sweater Hoodie

Kaileigh Nora Long Sleeve Pullover

The last item in my Fix to try was the Kaileigh Nora Long Sleeve Pullover. I loved everything about this sweater.

Stitch Fix Kaileigh Nora Long Sleeve Pullover

Even though I loved this sweater, I sent it back because I knew with my health the way it is that it wouldn’t get worn.

Stitch Fix Kaileigh Nora Long Sleeve Pullover

In Summary

  • Kaileigh Bobbie Knit Faux Wrap Dress – $54 – Keep
  • West Kei Allan Surplice Rolltab High Low Blouse – $44 – Return
  • Liverpool Temma Denim Jacket – $88 – Return
  • Market and Spruce Regina Cozy Sweater Hoodie – $48 – Return
  • Kaileigh Nora Long Sleeve Pullover – $48 – Return

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54 Comments

  1. Good morning Paula,
    Good choice to keep the dress it looks good on you.
    Well here we are in February, it is cold here in TN in the morning and then high 50’s-60’s!!! Will continue to pray for urgency in giving you an answer for this clinical trial.
    Take care Paula,
    Colleen

  2. Hi Paula!
    Our weather has been really cold overnight and warmer days..even for California! I loved the dress and especially the 3 quarter sleeve…very nice. Glad you kept it. The last sweater fit you so nice but I understand it may not get worn and warm weather will be here before we know it!
    Hoping and praying for good news for you on the trial soon!
    Fondly,
    June

  3. The dress looks so good on your tiny frame Paula. Oh, the seasons of life we go through, sorry to hear your husband’s dad is facing his struggle too. We’ll just add him to the prayer file, as we do your mama and you. The wait is always the hardest.

  4. Hi Paula! Oh, that dress is so pretty on you and the color is lovely! I love sweaters too but here in south Texas it doesn’t stay cold enough to really enjoy them. Thanks for sharing your lovely clothes with us.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

  5. As with all your other followers, I, too, loved the dress on you! I’ve been purging my closet, too as I have way too much that I just don’t get to wear because I don’t go many places anymore to even dress up casual! Keeping all your family in my prayers, Paula and hoping you hear soon about the trial…sending love, a big hug and you keep on keeping on with your positive attitude….

  6. Those sweaters are fabulous! You are rockin’ them, Paula. Now that I’ve been losing the extra weight from the pandemic, I want to buy EVERY cute thing I see. But then I look at my closet and I’m like, “Hmm. I’ve got too much stuff here.” LOL

    1. When you work from home, it is hard to justify buying a lot of clothes but if I really like something, I buy it.

  7. Oh, I’m so glad you found a new dress, and it looks lovely on you, dear friend! That burgundy sweater looks super cozy, too!

  8. You look beautiful in all of the outfits, Paula. The dress looks well on you; I’m glad that you kept it. I really like the burgundy sweater on you. The color burgundy is so becoming on you, Paula.
    You, your mama, and your father- in- law are in my prayers. Praying that you’ll hear about the clinical trial soon.
    You are always in my thoughts and prayers,
    Suzanne

    1. Paula always love to see your stitch fix everything looked great the dress was a great choice. Always in my thoughts and prayers.

  9. Love all the choices for February. Glad you kept the dress as it looks great on you. You look so pretty in everything. I hope you hear about the trial soon. You, your mama and your FIL continue in my prayers.

  10. Everything looks beautiful on you. I love that you kept the dress. Keeping you in my prayers, sweet friend.

  11. You received wonderful selections this month and each one could have been a keeper. I’m getting my first StitchFix next week but don’t expect a review! Ha! Hugs and prayers to my good blogging-lake loving friend.

  12. Fellow Virginian here, in the Harrisonburg area, and yes I’m getting antsy and ready for spring! I’m also a former teacher and loved all of the outfits you modeled this time….especially the dress you chose. Always cheering you on, dear sweet pea….one of my favorite flowers.

  13. Paula: I agree with everyone else – the dress looks so good on you. Let’s be positive in our thinking – wear that dress when you go to be interviewed for the Clinical Trial. I wanted something special to think about and a positive thought is you in that dress at your Clinical Trial. You have a lot of people in your corner so stay positive, enjoy each day and give us a “shout out” when you find out and start. Prayers are coming your way.
    Also, glad that your father-in-law is in rehab. Of the several friends that have had or have relatives who have broken hips the end result after rehab is good.
    Regards,
    Ann Kehl

    1. Wearing my new dress when I finally get an appointment for the clinical trial is a great idea. We are so glad that my father-in-law is finally in rehab and that he is doing so well.

  14. Paula, everything looks fabulous! I agree with the comment above, wear the dress to your clinical trial! I have been thinking about you and praying for you. Take care.

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