New Year, New Fix – Jan. 2017

Hello + Happy Wednesday! I hope you are having a great week! If you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out the 14+ ways I styled the lularoe Carly + enter my lularoe leggings giveaway to win a pair of your choice!

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Now – onto the Stitch Fix! I love starting out the new year fresh. I love going through my closet, getting rid of things I haven’t worn or don’t love, donating or consigning some pieces and sprucing up my wardrobe with some fresh pieces.

It feels good!

It also feels good when a beautiful box of new clothes from Stitch Fix arrives on my doorstep. I’m still on cloud 9 from my recent visit to Stitch Fix headquarters – after being able to see some great pieces in the winter + spring line, I know what good things could possibly be coming my way!

For this Fix, I didn’t request much. I just like to keep it casual, comfortable and put together. Things I could wear out and about with the boys, running errands, meeting friends for happy hour or even when running a Trunk Show.

And don’t forget -> If you want to try Stitch Fix out for yourself, please use my referral link to sign up AND check out my Stitch Fix page {I need to update this, but you can always use the Search Button on the right side of the page to see newer ones!} to get caught up on all my previous Fixes!

Here’s what I got in this 2017 Fix – check it out and let me know what you think!

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Papermoon Bastille Tulip Sleeve Blouse   { $44}

First up is this Tulip Sleeve Blouse – I have to say, I wasn’t wow-ed by it when I opened it out of the box, but I sort of love the fit, feel and the cut of it on! I love when things pleasantly surprise you like that! It’s a little more dressy than I need at the moment, but it’s still always a good idea to have a great black top in your wardrobe, right?

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Pixley Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan {$48}

Next up is this gorgeously soft slub cardigan. I love the burgundy/dark red color – its perfect for the holidays and even valentines day! It’s also gorgeous for the Fall – it’s really pretty. It has pockets on the side and a really nice length to it too. I feel like you can never have enough good cardigans in your life, don’t you agree?

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Market + Spruce Bernadette Lace Overlay Raglan Top  {$58}

This. Top.

I swear I saw it when we were in the Stitch Fix headquarters. It’s gorgeous. The grey on the sleeves. The off white lace overlay is beautiful and its a really comfortable fit and style.

I love this one.

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Briton Ivy Fierro Elbow Patch Crew Neck Sweater  {$58}

Next up is this super light sweater with the grey lace patches on the elbows. I enjoy this one and it’s super comfortable, but there’s not as much of a wow factor for me to really love it. It’s sort of basic aside from the patches, which are pretty much hidden most of the time. Cute, but I’m not in love.

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Liverpool Nicole Skinny Pant  {$88} 

I am a FAN of green. Olive green is my favorite – these are a little bit more emerald green in real life, but I dig them. I do unfortunately {or fortunately?} have a pair of Jag Jeans {yes, the pull-up ones – they are awesome and these are on sale!} in the same color. As much as I enjoy these, they can’t stay in my closet at the moment.

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So there you have it – my 5 items from my latest Fix – black tulip top, maroon cardigan, lace raglan top, elbow patch sweater + emerald green jeans. What did you think of my latest Fix? What do you think I should keep? Would love your thoughts!

I always love to hear your opinions – feel free to let me know your picks:

What Should I Keep from This Fix?

 
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If you want to try Stitch Fix out for yourself, please use my referral link to sign up!

Don’t forget to catch up on my past Fixes by checking out my Stitch Fix page, which I just updated in reverse order so you can easily find the more current Fixes!

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!

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  • Reply Patty O January 12, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    Love the first three pieces – I think you’ll get a lot of use out of them!

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