Stitch Fix Keepers

Happy Halloween!

Jackson will be dressing up later to help me hand out candy to all the little trick-or-treaters in our new neighborhood – stay tuned for a picture of him in his costume {as well as mine!} to appear on Instagram  later! Until then I wanted to spread some Halloween cheer by sharing a look back at a few of his costumes over the years :

Jackson has gone as a Banana, a Turtle, a Dinosaur, a Spider Monster and an Ewok {to name a few}

Jackson Halloween

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Back to today’s post – While going through and organizing some posts on my blog the other day I realized that I had been doing a pretty bad job sharing with you what I had kept from all my fabulous Stitch Fix boxes I have posted about over the past few months. I love getting your input on what to keep as it’s so hard to decide what really makes sense, especially when everything is so cute! But I love looking forward to my little monthly treat in the form of a Stitch Fix box!

{I have been going through withdrawal not being able to order one for a while now because of my growing belly!} Can’t wait to get some new goodies after baby arrives in January! It’s totally something to look forward to in terms of sprucing up my wardrobe, but until then I thought it would be fun to take a walk down memory lane & share with you my Stitch Fix keepers over the past 9 months.

Check out what made it’s way into my closet & let me know what you think:

And If you want to catch up on my previous Fixes – check them out here:

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I can’t believe my first Stitch Fix was last January – seems like so long ago that I opened my first box! In it I ended up keeping 3 items – this tie front top which is so soft and the fabric has such a great feel to it. I am excited to wear it this fall with skinny jeans, boots and a fun scarf.

Tie Front Knit Top

I also kept this Dot Chambray blouse which I wore a ton last Winter/Spring. It’s awesome to layer underneath sweaters – it goes with everything.

Dot Chambray Blouse

I also kept the black pants from my first Fix which are pretty much the most amazing pants I have ever put on my body…EVER!

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In my 2nd Stitch Fix I actually didn’t keep anything – it was the first and only fix {so far} where I sent everything back. I really want to try and keep at least one thing from each and every fix, to get my $20 worth, but I won’t force it if all 5 items aren’t working for me and my wardrobe.

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I made up for not keeping anything in Fix #2 by keeping two items from my 3rd Fix. I absolutely love this floral sheer tank – I’ve worn it a bunch & can’t wait to transition it into my Fall wardrobe with a cozy sweater, skinny jeans and boots.

mac floralmac floral sheer tank

I also kept this button back top and I’ve worn it many times too. It’s so light and flowy and a lot of fun to pair chunky necklaces with.

Abbot Ditsy DotDitsy Dot

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In my 4th Fix I had a tough time deciding between the wrap dress and the blue skirt. I literally waited until the last possible moment to decide and ended up keeping the skirt because it is something really different to add to my wardrobe. I’ve already worn it a time or two and really liked it. Plus the twirl factor is pretty amazing.

Twirl Factor

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Lots of fun things to choose from in my 5th Stitch Fix but I ended up keeping this eyelet detail silk top. I love it and it’s totally my style.

EyeletSilkEyelet Silk Detail

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For Stitch Fix #6 I ended up keeping the printed High-Lo Button Up Tank. I had been looking for something with the contrasting white collar and I love the blue print and the high-lo effect. I can’t wait to wear this bad boy with some boots & skinny jeans this Fall!

Skies Are Blue High Low Button Up TankSkies Are Blue Tank

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From Stitch Fix #7 {my Favorite Fix!} – I kept it all! Oops! I was obsessed with everything and have literally worn every piece multiple time’s since! #worthit

What to keep

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And just incase you aren’t Stitch Fix obsessed {like I am, duh!} – here’s some information on how you can try Stitch Fix out for yourself – Feel free to let you know if you have any questions and please use this link to sign up as I receive a small credit for referrals- xo!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Patty O October 31, 2013 at 3:37 pm

    Should I order my stitch fix for when you come down?

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