Stitch Fix Review for November 2019 – Fix #75

Can you believe that it is November?  In my neck of the woods the temperatures are slowly cooling down with warm days and cool nights.  The leaves are still changing and it finally feels like fall.  My November Stitch Fix box was filled with items perfect to enjoy wearing for fall and into winter.Stitch Fix Review for November 2019

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November 2019 Stitch Fix Review

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Stitch Fix Details

  • 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.  Since I’ve received 75 Stitch Fix shipments, my stylist knows my likes and dislikes very well and I almost always like every item in my Fix, a good problem to have!
  • When a Fix arrives, you have three days to try the clothes on and to decide what to keep and what to send back.  Stitch Fix includes a postage paid envelope making returns super easy.
  • When you sign up for Stitch Fix, you can choose how often a box is delivered.  You can pick a monthly options or schedule a box when you’d like to receive one.I do not like shopping and love receiving clothing from Stitch Fix.  I get clothes that I like without having to do any work other than pinning things that I like to my fashion board on Pinterest.  My stylist, Brittany H., checks my Pinterest board for inspiration and also reads my note to her each month to see if I have any special requests.
  • You can find links to all of my Fixes here and also be sure to check out my Stitch Fix Review Board on Pinterest where I pin my favorite looks.

This Month’s Stitch Fix Items

I kept all five items in both my September and October Stitch Fix boxes giving me a nice selection of new things to wear this fall. 

Last month I asked Brittany for items to take on my Vermont vacation and everything that she sent got packed in my suitcase.  

This month I’m headed to New Mexico for a week and a half with my good friend, Suzanne, and her twin sister.  Suzanne has been to New Mexico numerous times and she planned this trip to show me all of the spots there that she loves.

My suitcase for New Mexico will be packed with great things that my fabulous stylist, Brittany, sent my way this fall.

Design History Litha Crewneck Pullover

I am loving the animal prints that are so popular this fall.  Last month I fell in love with the leopard print Fortune+Ivy Alannis Dolman Sleeve Knit Top that Brittany sent and this month I was excited to see this Zebra striped Design History Litha Crewneck Pullover coming my way.Stitch Fix Design History Litha Crewneck Pullover with Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean

I loved this sweater’s shorter style and its soft texture.Stitch Fix Design History Litha Crewneck Pullover with Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean

The sweater was a tiny bit too small for me, so I decided not to keep it.  It looks like it fits pretty well in my pictures, but if you look closely, you can see that in the shoulder and upper arm area it is a bit tight. 

I could have sized up to a medium (love this Stitch Fix option) when I checked out, but since I have my New Mexico trip coming up, I’m watching my dollars, so I resisted the urge to buy this.

Design History Litha Crewneck Pullover

Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean

I asked Brittany to send a pair of jeans my way to take on my New Mexico trip.  Last month she sent the Liverpool Kaylee Skinny Jeans that I adore them and wore on our Vermont trip. 

I wanted an additional pair of jeans for my upcoming trip and I asked for a pair with stretch and that would fit comfortably over my thighs and calves.  The Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean that Brittany selected were so comfortable that as soon as I slipped them on, I ripped off the tags and wore them the rest of the day.Stitch Fix Design History Litha Crewneck Pullover with Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean

My necklace is from Rocksbox.  Rocksbox is a jewelry subscription service that sends three pieces of jewelry that you can wear for as long as you like each month.  When you send your three pieces back, or buy what you like, a new box is sent.  If you’d like a free month of Rocksbox, sign up with this code: PAULABFF54Stitch Fix Design History Litha Crewneck Pullover with Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean

The only downside to these jeans is that they are a tiny bit loose in the waist making wearing a belt a must.  I love the belt that I’m wearing with the jeans, a $14.99 Amazon find.  This will definitely be in my suitcase on my trip along with this adorable leopard print belt also from Amazon.

Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean

reCreation Catha Skirted Plaid Top

Doesn’t this reCreation Catha Skirted Plaid Top scream, “Wear me in fall!”?  Stitch Fix reCreation Catha Skirted Plaid Top with Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jeans

I paired this top with the Vigoss jeans from this Fix, the Sole Society handbag from last month, and my best ever boot purchase, my Blundstone 550’s.

I learned about Blundstone boots from Suzanne and she plans to only take her Blundstones on our upcoming trip.  After hearing Suzanne’s rave reviews of Blundstones over the past few years, I decided to invest in a pair.  I walked in mine all over Vermont and even did an evening hike in them up a mountain and back down.  These boots are so comfortable and they will be on my feet next week as I travel through New Mexico.Stitch Fix reCreation Catha Skirted Plaid Top with Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jeans

Mr. SP loved this blouse and wanted me to keep it but I didn’t because it was too tight in the shoulders and I had to iron it before taking these pictures.  I knew that it would need ironing every time I laundered it and I didn’t like it enough to commit to ironing.Stitch Fix Recreation Catha Skirted Plaid Top with Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jeans

I paired this blouse with jeans, but I think that it would also look great with a skirt or dress pants.  It’s also very reasonably priced.

reCreation Catha Skirted Plaid Top

Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress

I love Stitch Fix dresses and asked Brittany to send one my way for November.  She selected this butter soft Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress.Stitch Fix Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress

Brittany suggested layering this dress over tights or leggings.  It’s still quite warm in Virginia, so for these pictures I decided to forgo the tights and simply pair this dress with a pair of booties.Stitch Fix Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress

I was quite excited when I realized that this Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress has pockets!  This dress is super comfortable and if I were still teaching, I would have kept it. Stitch Fix Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress

This very reasonably priced dress would be great for travel because it could easily be rolled up to pack and it would be comfortable to wear while touring a destination.

Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress

Shiraleah Dallas Crossbody

I asked Brittany to send a crossbody bag to take on my trip.  This Shiraleah Dallas Crossbody is the perfect size and the strap adjusts to make it as long or as short as you want it to be.  Stitch Fix Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress and Shiraleah Dallas Crossbody

This bag also has a center section that pulls out, a nice feature for travel.  Stitch Fix Shiraleah Dallas Crossbody

I liked this bag but didn’t at all like the color.  I’m old fashioned and a white bag isn’t something that I would carry in fall or winter.  For my trip, I ordered this $15.99 crossbody bag from Amazon that’s a great size for travel and it comes in 26 colors.  Stitch Fix Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress and Shiraleah Dallas Crossbody

Sherman wasn’t very cooperative when we took pictures for this month’s Stitch Fix review.  Every time I tried to pose with him he either had a discontent look on his face or he turned away from the camera.  Sounds like a kid, doesn’t it?  

Shiraleah Dallas Crossbody

In Summary

Design History Litha Crewneck Pullover – $68 – Returned

Vigoss Elaine Distressed Girlfriend Jean – $68 – Keep

reCreation Catha Skirted Plaid Top – $44 – Returned

Fortune + Ivy Caressa Keyhole Hacci Knit Dress – $48 – Returned

Shiraleah Dallas Crossbody – $54 – Returned

Try Stitch Fix

I love receiving each Stitch Fix box and really enjoy getting cute clothes without having to shop for them.  If you’ve been thinking about trying Stitch Fix, I encourage you to do so.  If you sign up using my referral link, you’ll get $25 off your first box.  That means that your styling fee will be taken care of and you’ll have $5 credit toward anything that you want to keep.  If you don’t like your items, you’ve lost no money.  Why not try Stitch Fix risk free?

19 Comments

  1. You look amazing in all the clothes, Paula, but I like to read your reasons for why you keep, return items. That plaid skirted top was really cute on you, even if it was a little high maintenance. I’m digging those boots, and pinned them after your trip post comments. I need a boot I can stay in all day for walking 3 miles, schlepping to the antique mall and storage, etc. Your trip to NM sounds like fun!

  2. I always look forward to seeing your Stitch Fix reviews. I subscribe to Stitch Fix and I think I need your stylist. You always get such cute stuff. Love the sweater and the dress. It all looks lovely on you. You mentioned in your post that you are from Virginia. I am a Virginia gal too. Just wondering what part of Virginia.

    Pam
    http://www.busylifestylegal.com

    1. Hi, Pam! I have a great Stitch Fix stylist. If she ever leaves, I’ll be super sad. I live in Lynchburg. You’ll have to let me know where you are in Virginia.

      Paula

        1. Hi, Pamela! I looked up Pounding Mill because I hadn’t heard of it. You live in a beautiful area of Virginia!

          Paula

    1. Send an email to me if you think you want to try Stitch Fix. I have a $50 off code that I can share with you.

      Paula

  3. Hi Paula always love to see your stitch fix outfits I did like both tops on you but everything looks good.
    Hope you have a great trip in New Mexico

  4. So many great pieces! I really love the plaid top, the sweater, and the jeans. Vigoss jeans are awesome! What a bummer that the plaid shirt was too wrinkly. I use a steamer every day to dewrinkle my clothes because I can never be bothered with an iron. If the steamer doesn’t take the wrinkles out, then it’s not worth wearing! Thanks for sharing your Stitch Fix box and joining my link party.

    Shelbee
    http://www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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