November is here and that means it’s time for another Stitch Fix review! My Stitch Fix November 2016 box had a lot of fun items in it and a couple were definitely worth keeping. I loved the earthy fall colors in this box and how well everything fit. Read on for details about what all I received…
Pixley Ellie Printed 3/4 Sleeve Blouse
This cute Pixley Ellie Printed 3/4 Sleeve Blouse was very lightweight and comfortable. Priced at $48, it fit great and I didn’t even mind the higher neckline, though I usually don’t prefer them. I just wasn’t sure about the whole elephant print thing. I think if it were a non-animal print I may have kept this, but I ended up sending this one back.
Warp + Weft Mattie Skinny Jean
These Warp + Weft Mattie Skinny Jeans (pictured above with the Pixley elephant blouse as well) are so nice and stretchy! I don’t own many colored jeans, but was on the fence about the olive green color and the $98 price tag. Every time I put these jeans on though, they grew on me more and more. Ultimately, I had to have them!
Market & Spruce Alan Assymmetrical Zip Cardigan
This Market & Spruce Alan French Terry Asymmetrical Zip Cardigan is a lot of fun at a great price! At just $37, I love the versatility of being able to keep this cardigan open or zipping it up. It’s a bit snug on me when zipped, but I’m thinking I’d mostly leave it open anyway. I’m a sucker for anything navy blue, so this was a definite keeper at this price!
Market & Spruce Canby Faux Suede Elbow Patch Knit Top
The Market & Spruce Canby Faux Suede Elbow Patch Knit Top is simple but cute. I just don’t care for the suede elbow patches at all, they remind me of an older man’s sport coat! It fit well and the colors are neutral and very versatile. With a price of $54, I just couldn’t get over the elbow patches and had to send this one back.
Pixley Bogota Dress
I really love the emerald green color of this Pixley Bogota Dress, but the style and fit just weren’t quite right for me. It’s a tank dress which I like (sorry I covered that up with a jacket), but it fit a bit snug in the chest area. The neckline also had a tendency to fall over on one side but not on the other. It was decently priced at $64, but I just didn’t like the fit enough to keep it.
Stitch Fix November 2016 Recap
I was pretty happy with how well everything fit in my Stitch Fix November 2016 box. All of the items had something that I really liked about them and it really wasn’t an easy decision to send any of them back! I have already gotten a lot of use out of the Warp + Weft Skinny Jeans! If you want to try Stitch Fix for yourself (with no committment to keep going), just head over and fill out your style profile to get started! You will only pay a $20 styling fee to have 5 items sent to you, then you can use that $20 towards anything you decide to keep!