Stitch Fix November 2015 Contents
After a brief hiatus from Stitch Fix, I started to miss my monthly boxes and decided to give it another go. I found that it was hit and miss with stylists previously, but Meghan really took the time to find pieces that worked for me this month. Thank you Meghan if you’re reading this! Although I only ended up keeping one piece, I was close to keeping a couple of others and found qualities I loved about every item in this box. This time of year I’m a little more budget conscious than usual, so that’s another reason I didn’t choose to keep more. Read on for a breakdown of what I received in my Stitch Fix November 2015 box and my thoughts on each item.
The first item I unboxed and tried on was the Collective Concepts Marge Dress (above, $88). I immediately fell in love! This dress has me written all over it. From the plunging faux-wrap neckline to the fitted waist and loose skirt, it’s the perfect holiday season party dress. It even has pockets, I love dresses with pockets! And best of all, it’s black. Who doesn’t need another cute LBD?! The Collective Concepts Marge Dress was a keeper for sure, no question in my mind.
Next up was another dress, the Collective Concepts Helma Dress (above, $78). Although a cute dress, I didn’t dig the higher neckline and it was a little snug in the chest for me anyway. The gold color was fun and another great holiday dress option, just not the right cut and fit for me. The Collective Concepts Helma Dress was a pass.
Now onto tops, the first being the Loveappella Karuh Cold Shoulder Banded Knit Top (above, $58). When I first saw the cutout shoulders, it reminded me of stuff I wore in junior high school. But, when I tried it on, I kinda liked it! I love gray, I loved the material, it fit perfect. The only thing not working for me was again the neckline. With a larger bust, I just feel like high necklines don’t flatter me. If they make this Loveappella Karuh Cold Shoulder Banded Knit Top in a scoop or v-neck, I just might take it!
My next top was the Laila Jayde Bowie Solid Dolman Sleeve Top (above, $58). At first I had planned on keeping this. I love dolman tops as they hide the signs of indulging pretty well! I also loved the burgundy color and the lightweight material that’s perfect for San Diego winters. I tried it on for my husband though and his first comment was that it looks like something a person would wear who’s trying to cover up big arms or something. Exactly why I liked it I suppose, but not the first impression I was hoping to make. I already own a nice dolman top (also from Stitch Fix), so I decided to pass on the Laila Jayde Bowie Solid Dolman Sleeve Top after all.
Last but not least, I received the Fate Harry Lace Black Pullover Sweater (above, $68). This is another one I was on the fence about. I love all things black, especially v-neck sweaters, and the hubs loved it too! The lace detail back was SO much fun also! I think if it were $10-$15 less I may have caved. I just thought I really don’t need another black sweater, and the back might be a bit too revealing for this mom of two. Though very cute, I ultimately passed on the Fate Harry Lace Black Pullover Sweater…though I might regret it later.
Stitch Fix November 2015 Consensus
So, Stitch Fix, I am back. I really loved this box. Even though I only kept one item, everything had a place in my closet. I look forward to seeing what next month brings, and please let Meghan style me again!! Readers, are you a Stitch Fix subscriber? If so, what did you love in your Stitch Fix November 2015 box? If you aren’t a subscriber yet, learn more about Stitch Fix or try your own box here!