Stitch Fix Review for November 2020 – Fix #87

Hello November and hello to a new Stitch Fix review!

Stitch Fix Review for November 2020

This was my first box styled by my new stylist, Jennifer. Jennifer did a great job and I’m eager to share what she picked for me to try for November.

Before we see what Jennifer selected for me, let’s get the skinny on Stitch Fix details.

Stitch Fix Review for November

If you are new to Stitch Fix, these details will help you to understand the service.  If you want to try Stitch Fix, sign up here to get $25 off your first box.

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. 
  • 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 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 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

This month I requested fall fashions and Jennifer did a great job of selecting things for me.

Market & Spruce Corinna Brushed Dolman Knit Top

The first item that I tried this month was the Market & Spruce Corinna Brushed Dolman Top. This top was butter soft and I liked it the moment that I put it on.

Stitch Fix Market & Spruce Corinna Brushed Dolman Knit Top

I liked the 3/4 sleeves and the flatterering hemline.

Stitch Fix Market & Spruce Corinna Brushed Dolman Knit Top

This top was a keeper!

Fortune + Ivy Kaavia Button Detail Brushed Knit Top

Next I tried the Fortune + Ivy Kaavia Button Detail Brushed Knit Top. This is called a top but I consider it more of a lightweight sweater.

Stitch Fix Fortune + Ivy Kaavia Button Detail Brushed Knit Top

I loved this top’s neckline and the cute buttons that accent it.

Stitch Fix Fortune + Ivy Kaavia Button Detail Brushed Knit Top

If you are wondering what Sherman is focused on, it’s the UPS truck. He loves our UPS driver and he can’t wait to run over to the truck to get petted.

This sweater was too soft and comfortable not to keep. It will be great to wear with jeans, cords, or a skirt the rest of fall and all winter.

Prosperity Lena High Rise Super Skinny Released Hem Jean

With both the Market & Spruce and Fortune + Ivy tops, I’m wearing Prosperity Lena High Rise Super Skinny Released Hem Jeans.

I really liked these jeans, especially the high waist. They had enough stretch to be comfortable even though they were super skinny.

Stitch Fix Fortune + Ivy Kaavia Button Detail Brushed Knit Top

I already own a pair of Stitch Fix jeans with a released hem, so I didn’t keep these.

Beacon Patty Roll Tab Knit Top

Next, I tried the Beacon Patty Roll-Tab Knit Top. I’m wearing the top with a pair of Prosperity Tori Skinny Jeans from my February Stitch Fix box and my favorite Blundstone boots.

Stitch Fix Beacon Patty Roll-Tab Knit Top

I love these boots! Last November I wore them on a week-long trip to New Mexico. Miles and miles were walked in these boots in total comfort.

Fun Fact: I traveled with twins who also wore Blundstones the entire trip. Their love of Blundstones encouraged me to try them for myself.

Stitch Fix Beacon Patty Roll-Tab Knit Top

My necklace is one of my favorite pieces of jewelry that I’ve received 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: PAULABFF54

We had to take a picture in front of my Aster that have put on quite the show this fall.

Stitch Fix Beacon Patty Roll-Tab Knit Top

If I were still teaching and dressing up five days a week, I would have kept this top. I loved its color and style and its fabric is the type that doesn’t wrinkle.

Since I knew that I wouldn’t wear this a lot, it was returned.

Love Ellie Nalani Ribbed Cardigan

The last item that I tried was the Love Ellie Nalani Ribbed Cardigan. This cardigan was lightweight and I loved its burnt orange color.

Stitch Fix Love Ellie Nalani Ribbed Cardigan

The top that I’m wearing it with is from a Fashom box that arrived about the same time that my Stitch Fix box did. I’ll soon be sharing the review of the five items that came in that box.

Spoiler Alert: This top didn’t make the cut.

I didn’t keep this cardigan because the Pink Clover cardigan from my December 2019 Fix is a similar color.

That cardigan was worn many days on our recent Vermont fall vacation.

Stitch Fix Love Ellie Nalani Ribbed Cardigan

I didn’t want you to thing that Sherman wasn’t still helping as we took the pictures for this Stitch Fix review.

He was on the other side of the street, relaxing beside the neighbor’s landscape bed.

Stitch Fix Love Ellie Nalani Ribbed Cardigan

I want to thank Jennifer for doing such a good job on the first box that she styled for me. I’m already looking forward to seeing what she’ll select for me for December.

In Summary

  • Market & Spruce Corinna Brushed Dolman Knit Top – $38 – Keep
  • Fortune + Ivy Kaavia Button Detail Brushed Knit Top – $40 – Keep
  • Prosperity Lena High Rise Super Skinny Released Hem Jean – $78 – Return
  • Beacon Patty Roll-Tab Knit Top – $38 – Return
  • Love Ellie Nalani Ribbed Cardigan – $46 – Return

Try Stitch Fix

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Help Me Out!

This month I made two different pin images for Pinterest. You saw the first one at the beginning of my post. (Scroll back up if you’ve forgotten what it looks like.)

This is my second version. Which version do you prefer? Please let me know in the comments.

Four outfits from a November 2020 Stitch Fix Review

14 Comments

  1. I like the second Pin image. Love that first top — that color looks so good on you. You look great in all of these photos. And those asters!! Lovely!

  2. The two tops you kept looked really nice on you. I especially liked the “greige” colored one…very flattering! I also have never seen asters soooo large and beautiful…Wow! just gorgeous!! Have a beautiful day!

  3. Hi Paula!
    You look fantastic in ALL the tops….the sweater cut doesn’t flatter you in my humble opinion!
    The jeans looked great also but one can only wear so many pairs of ‘skinny’ jeans;)
    I’m actually going to ask my stylist for the first two tops you tried!
    Have a great week!

  4. I love the sweater ,it’s casual and dressy. I like the pin at beginning of post where it shows the clothing with prices along with how they look on . Hope you have a great Sunday!

  5. I love all the tops. Would love to see the backs to see if they are long enough to wear with leggings.

    Do you know what kind of aster that is?

  6. I also received the Fortune + Ivy Kaavia Button Detail Brushed Knit Top
    I must be crazy because I couldn’t get it flat like yours! I still have it because I haven’t returned the box yet.

    1. Was it the shoulder or the neck that wouldn’t stay flat? The shoulder on mine was a tiny bit wonky but not enough for me not to keep it.

      Paula

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