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All About the New Year, New Stitch Fix + Waived Styling Fee

Oh Stitch Fix – you are my favorite way to start off 2018.

This month I’m super excited to partner with Stitch Fix. I’ve been working with the brand for years, I even got to visit their headquarters during our trip to San Francisco last year. I’ve been a fan and a customer since pretty much the beginning, and I LOVE sharing my Fixes with you on the blog.

Yesterday, I did a video unboxing of what I received in my latest Fix on my Facebook page. It was so much fun to share my reactions of the box with you – I will definitely be doing that again! Be sure to check it out if you missed it!

If you are new to the Stitch Fix scene, let me break it down for you – Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that learns what you like and makes it their mission to send you clothes you’ll love. They carry women’s sizes 0-24W and XS-3X, maternity and petite, and men’s sizes XS-XXL. There is something for everyone! 

With Stitch Fix there is no subscription required, you can get a Fix anytime you want. Either on-demand or on a regular cadence – every few weeks, once a month or every season. You pay $20 to have your Fix curated by a personal stylist, which applies towards anything you keep. If you keep all five pieces, you get a 25% discount on your entire purchase! Shipping and returns are always free and returns are super easy- Keep what you love, send back the rest with your pre-paid shipping bag at any USPS mailbox.

Like I said, I’ve been a fan for years – Here’s a look back at all of my Stitch Fixes since the beginning!

And if you are interested and want to try it out for yourself and #treatyoself in the new year, be sure to use this link to have your fee waived and try out Stitch Fix {it’s awesome} with no risk! 

Ok – now for the reveal of my latest fix! 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 to get caught up on all my previous Fixes! Message me with any questions you might have!

Here’s what I got in my latest Fix ->

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Le Lis Viv Embroidery Detail Pullover $58

First up is this floral embroidered pullover. When I pulled this out of the box it checked off a few of my favorite 1) Floral and 2) Grey. But once I had it on, I’m not sure it’s really my style at the moment. Not sure the embroidered trend is for me. BUT it was super soft. What do you think about this pullover?

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Pixley Keyana Knit Dress $64

Next up – this dress! How cute is it!? I love the eggplant purple, the fun sleeves and the length. It’s perfect for the cooler days when you still want to wear a dress. As you can see, I did my try on session during a snow day, so it was cold out – hence the pom hat and fur booties! This dress was still super cute – and I paired it with a vest also in the fix {see below} and I think it turned out to be a great outfit!

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Closet Ayisha Bell Sleeve Top $48

Another fun piece in this fix is this floral bell sleeved top! I LOVE how its pretty much the perfect floral for every single season. The navy, coral, mint green and soft yellow are perfect for any type of day. Its bright but muted at the same time – does that make sense? Ha! I’m into it, and the sleeve detail is super cute and makes the top even more fun.

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Madison & Lola Devyn Faux Fur Lined Faux Suede Vest $68

Faux Fur AND Faux Suede in one cute, navy vest?! Yes please! The fur is super soft on the inside and the suede is perfect for the season on the outside. I also love the silhouette of this as the vest is relaxed and casual. It’s a easy piece that I can definitely see myself wearing with so many things in my closet – another reason why I love Stitch Fix – you can try the pieces out with things you own and see what works for you!

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Pistola Audrey Moto Detail Skinny Pant $88

I am in LOVE with these pants. I love the green, I love the detail – I have to say, I’ve tried on these pants from other stores and these feel so good, I never want to take them off. And how cute are they paired with the navy vest and floral top? I love how everything that comes in the box is cohesive and able to be mixed and matched together – makes it easy and fun to play dress up!

Ok – seriously, that was one of my BEST Fixes – and a great way to start off 2018! I’m going to have a hard time deciding that to keep – but that’s the fun part, and you know I LOVE your help!  As always, I love your thoughts and opinions – would love to know your favorite piece {or two} from this Fix!

Take the poll and let me know! 

And don’t forget to use this link to have your fee waived and try out Stitch Fix {it’s awesome} with no risk! If you liked some of the pieces in this fix – you can totally request them!

What Should I Keep?

 
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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!

Stitch Fix Details:

  • Get hand selected pieces fit for your style, shape, and budget straight from a professionally trained stylist along with expert advice on how to wear the pieces in your day-to-day.
  • Add notes for your stylist about the details and life events that matter to you so that she can get to know and better serve you over time.
  • Add a request in your note and share your Pinterest board of your favorite looks so that your stylist can find you exactly what you’re looking for.
  • When checking out of every Fix, leave detailed feedback on each item helps so that your stylist can choose even better pieces for your next Fix.
  • Once you receive your Fix, you have three days to try on your pieces – keep only what you love, send back the rest in the prepaid shipping bag. You’ll only be charged for the items you keep & love once you checkout from your Fix.
  • Stitch Fix knows that fit matters so they work with brands to ensure each piece has exceptional fit, construction, and fabrics across every category from blouses to dresses, denim to outerwear, shoes, handbags, accessories, and more.
  • No matter your style, size or budget, because Stitch Fix has 1000+ brands, including the ones you know and love, new emerging brands and their own exclusive labels, they’ll meet all of your needs. 

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Another November Stitch Fix + BONUS! Waived Stying Fee for the Holidays

Another week another Stitch Fix – and WHY NOT?! Because this whole month of November, you get to take advantage of a waived styling fee – so no risk! Try it out, see what you think and maybe get an awesome piece of clothing to add to your collection!

I repeat – You have until the end of November to try Stitch Fix for the first time with a waived styling fee! So basically you can try it out if you haven’t before FO’ FREE!

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Use this link to have your fee waived and try out Stitch Fix {it’s awesome} with no risk! Go ahead and go for a little holiday wardrobe refresh – you totally deserve it!

Ok – now for the reveal of my latest fix! 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 to get caught up on all my previous Fixes! Message me with any questions you might have!

Here’s what I got in my latest Fix ->

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Kut from the Kloth  Better Mixed Material Top {$58}

This top is TOTALLY ME! I love the grey sleeves, the floral is perfection and its cozy and casual for me as a stay at home mom – while still looking cute and put together. Its the perfect fit and so stinkin’ soft. Pretty much in love with this number, what do you think?

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Collective Concepts Lucie Split Neck Top {$58}

More floral perfection in this baby. I am in LOVE with the floral print mixed with the black stripes. It’s so beautiful in person – and the fit is really comfortable and flattering.

Seriously – two for two for whoever put this together for me!

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Nine Britton Nelcy Knit Dress {$44}

Are you kidding me with this dress? It’s perfect! The purples, oranges, yellows and greens in this gorgeous print – totally beautiful for every season. And check out the flowy sleeves!

And check out the POCKETS!

I also very much enjoy the neckline on this dress – not too high or too low. Just like the length. I paired this with some tights and booties because it was a cooler day when we took pictures, but this would look great with leggings or brown boots or sneakers! Very versatile dress – oh, and it feels like a dream.

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Pistola Emmen Cropped Denim Jacket {$78}

This is the one piece I requested from this Fix. I am in desperate need of a darker wash denim jacket. I currently own one thats a lighter wash, that I’ve had since high school {yikes!} Its totally distressed from all the wear, which I love but its ripping in the elbows – time for a new one! I love this one that was sent to me because it seriously feels like a sweatshirt, but looks like a jean jacket.

My only dislike about this was the length – it was a tad bit short for me – I want something I can wear multiple ways – like my old jean jacket. Even though this does look pretty perfect with this dress!

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Skies are Blue Shelby Faux Fur Jacket {$78} 

To me, this jacket was a little random in this Fix. I tried it on with both tops and it didn’t really work as a look, which is usually not the case when I get a Fix – it’s normally pretty cohesive. At the same time, this jacket is super soft, warm and cozy.

But then again – its white faux fur and I live in the city with two boys. Thats a recipe for it not being white for very long.

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Ok – seriously, that was one of my favorite Fixes ever. Some very gorgeous pieces that are totally my style – I’m going to have a hard time deciding that to keep – but that’s the fun part, I LOVE your help!  As always, I love your thoughts and opinions – would love to know your favorite piece {or two} from this Fix!

Take the poll and let me know!

What Should I Keep?

 
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And don’t forget to use this link to have your fee waived and try out Stitch Fix {it’s awesome} with no risk! If you liked some of the pieces in this fix – you can totally request them!

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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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My Latest Stitch Fix + BONUS! Waived Stying Fee for the Holidays

It’s been a minute since I’ve shared a Stitch Fix with you, but I had one scheduled this week that I’m excited to share with you. It couldn’t have come at a more perfect time because I’m even more excited about the fact that my friends at Stitch Fix have a special treat for my fabulous readers! Starting today and until the end of November, you’ll be able to try Stitch Fix for the first time with a waived styling fee! So basically you can try it out if you haven’t before FO’ FREE!

BOOM!

Use this link to have your fee waived and try out Stitch Fix {it’s awesome} with no risk! Go ahead and go for a little holiday wardrobe refresh – you totally deserve it!

Ok – now back to my latest Fix. I didn’t ask for anything specific this time, just casual, easy pieces for my life as a stay at home mom {who also works from home – ha!} I enjoyed that there was a Burgundy color story in the 5 pieces I was sent. It’s nice that they all sort of flow and look nice together instantly when you pull them out of the box.

I love that little extra touch, not to mention I’m a big fan of Burgundy – especially this time of year!

Ok – now for the reveal! 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 to get caught up on all my previous Fixes! Message me with any questions you might have!

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Le Lisa Alante Woven Back Knit Top

First up is this back knit top. I love that it’s long sleeve and I love that its floral . The mixed material is really fun, I am loving loose tops with skinny jeans and boots this time of year, so I’m into this one. The front is plain black v neck, you can’t even see the print, so its a nice little surprise when it pops out!

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Le Lis Frederica Pom Trim Kimono

Here you can see the black front of the first top! This I wouldn’t wear together in real life, because the floral would pop through the kimono in the back, but I would definitely wear it with another solid black top. The kimono is really soft and I love the cute little tassel details. It’s a little out of season for me since it’s super lightweight, but still could be a cute thing to have and grab in the closet – since its easy to layer! What do you think?

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Pixley Kaity Open Cardigan

Next up – this cardigan! I was a little disappointed when I first took this out of the box, because in previous fixes I’ve gotten very similar sweaters – almost the same silhouette, but they were never my style. But after wearing this for photos and seeing it in the pictures, I am sort of digging the winter off-white situation. It’ sort of ski bunny chic – and I’m into that!

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Jolie Vivie Knit Dress

Next up – this dress! I’m into the color, very into the pockets, just not sure about it being sleeveless and the fact that the fabric is super thin. Could be cute with a cozy sweater – like the one before this.

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Good Hyouman Emy Fleece Do What You Love Graphic Knit Top

The name of the top pretty much hits the nail on the head – it’s a lightweight fleece hoodie with the words – Do what you love and do it often” It’s a cute little message and it’s super cozy, but hooded sweatshirts are no longer my thing.

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Now it’s the fun part – deciding what to keep! As always, I love your thoughts and opinions – would love to know your favorite piece {or two} from this Fix! Take the poll and let me know!

What Should I Keep?

 
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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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Spring + Summer Stitch Fix

Another season, another Fix.

Stitch Fix that is!

It’s been a little while since I’ve been able to get my hands on a Fix to spruce up my wardrobe for the spring and soon to be summer season, so I thought it would be fun to schedule one before an upcoming trip!

We are headed to Florida for a week of fun in the sun and obviously you know I needed a new thing or two to bring along with me.

I mean, that’s just common sense!

For this Fix I told my stylist that I would be headed out for a family vacation and that I love floral. Here’s what she sent me, check it out and let me know what you think!

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!

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Market & Spruce Kesey Knit Romper $64

This is sort of amazing. It’s super soft, comfortable and POCKETS. It’s that amazing sort of material that you could roll up into a ball to throw into a suitcase and when you go to pull it out – no wrinkles.

That sort of material I love and need all day, everyday.

So yes, I am a fan of it all.

So much of a fan in fact that I have a  in almost the exact same colors and print from last season – just not as awesome of a material, which is a bummer. BUT it does go to show you that my Stitch Fix stylist gets me, since I own almost this exact same thing already! Ha!

{the one I own: #7 from this post}

But seriously, if you have a fix coming your way – totally request this because it is an awesome piece for summer!

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Kaileigh Monique Floral Back Knit Top $44

This. Top.

Pretty much everything I love in a tee rolled up into one perfect little top. Grey {my favorite color} on the front + a gorgeous vintage floral {in a beautiful blue} on the back. Ah!

The colors don’t do this thing justice in these photos – it’s soooooo pretty. I love how it looks like a plain grey top from the front and then

BAM!

Floral in your FACE!

This is cute you guys, I’m a fan. What do you think?

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Market & Spruce Callahan Henley Top $44

This top is one of those pieces that you see when you sneak a peek of your Fix when you see it’s on the way and aren’t really impressed, but then it shows up at your door and you realize it’s totally your style in real life.

I love it when that happens.

It’s why I Stitch Fix!

So yes, another floral win in my book. Just not sure it’s something I need at the moment, but that has never stopped me before!

What do you think about this one?

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Renee C Tif Criss Cross Back Top $44

This one is a little out of my style range. I enjoy the red and the pattern, but not sure if its something I love. Could be cute for a Memorial Day, Labor Day or 4th of July BBQ though!

And I do enjoy the cross back detail – its a nice little surprise in the back, just not sure it’s as much of a favorite for me as the other pieces.

Thoughts?

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Just USA Gracelyn Distressed Denim Short $44

These shorts are pretty cute.

BUT these shorts are pretty short.

I enjoy the fun multiple button detail and the distressed detailing at the hem. They even have a cute little rip up the side of the shorts – but lets be real. I’m a 30 something mom of two little boys. I have no business in these shorts – Ha.

They are cute and they look alright, but for me, I need a liiiiiitle more coverage. K, thanks – bye.

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Now it’s the hard part!

I need your opinions to help me decide {if anything!} -> What to Keep! I’m on the fece about the two floral tops and I would love to know your thoughts. What are YOUR favorite pieces from what I received in this Fix?! Please tell me what you think!

What Should I Keep?

 
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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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My November Stitch Fix

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I love when a little surprise of new clothes shows up on my doorstep after I spent the weekend eating all.the.food.

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At least it was a beautiful box of new clothes from Stitch Fix! After my recent visit to Stitch Fix headquarters, I was really excited for my latest Holiday Fix to arrive!

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I was excited to see some beautiful Fall/Winter colors in this box. This Fix was all about adding some cozy fall to my closet.

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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!

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Paper moon Samsy Strappy Detail Knit Top in Burnt Orange $44

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I’ve been looking at these fun strappy detail tops for a while now so I was excited to be able to try one on myself. I love the burnt orange color, it’s more of a light orange, shade of pink – but it’s a perfect color for the Fall/Winter! I also love how loose and flowy it is – flattering and easy to tuck in if you want.

I really enjoyed this top! What do you think?

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En Creme Hilli Open Draper Cardigan $58

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This aztec top was a bit of a surprise in my Fix – I’ve gotten a few things in the similar shape in previous fixes – here, here and here  – and I didn’t keep any of them, so I was a little bummed to see something I haven’t liked in the past in another fix. BUT I do enjoy the aztec vibe, so at the same time I can understand why it was sent. The print and colors are really pretty and go beautifully with the previous top I was sent.

What do you think about this drape cardigan? Are you a fan?

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RD Style Wilkes Colorblocked Raglan Sweater in Grey $58

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Next up is this color block raglan sweater – grey and cream, I’m done.

This sweater is totally me – I love it. Easy to wear, easy to pair with some beautiful jewels and you look put together. I love the colors for early Fall, late spring and who doesn’t love a nice winter cream? I do!

Thoughts on this? Keeper? I have a million sweaters in my life, but I sort of love it.

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Paper moon Beverley Lace Side Panel Knit Top In Burgundy $54

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Next up is another burgundy beauty – this top is really fun – I love the stripes AND the lace panels on the side. Such a cool top, and I think it would look really cool with my favorite green vest. The only thing is the weight of the top is really light – so it’s more Fall/Spring than winter for sure – unless you layer it up.

Keep? Pass? Thoughts?

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Liverpool Anita Skinny Pant in Black $78

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This pant, as pictured on me in the above photos is a flattering and comfortable fit – and it gets me away from my everyday denim, which I am guilty of wearing all the time. It’s a really cute pair of pants that can be worn with flats or booties and pretty much any top – I just have a few solid black pant options in my closet at the moment, so I don’t really need these. But if you need some new black pants in your life, be sure to request these in your next Fix!

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Now it’s the hard part!

I need your opinions to help me decide {if anything!} -> What to Keep! I’m on the fece about the raglan sweater and two tops and would love to know your thoughts. What are YOUR favorite pieces from what I received in this Fix?! Please tell me what you think!

What Should I Keep?

 
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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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a visit to Stitch Fix Headquarters in San Francisco

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook you will know that I am currently blowing up your feed with pictures from our amazing trip in San Francisco. We are still here today and I can’t wait to share with you all the amazing things we’ve been up too, but until then, I wanted to pop in and share a few pictures from my recent visit to Stitch Fix headquarters out in San Francisco!

When I first found out about our trip, I was so excited because I knew that one of my favorite companies that I’ve been blogging with/about was in San Fran – Stitch Fix!fix

I’ve been sharing my Stitch Fix posts for ALMOST 4 YEARS!

How crazy is that ?!

That’s a lot of Fixes! Sure, I’ve taken breaks from my monthly scheduled Fix when I was pregnant with Brooks and Graham, but it’s pretty much been a consistent thing in my life over the past 4 years – something I really look forward to when I get that notification that a beautiful box full of pretties is coming my way!

So when I let my friends at Stitch Fix know I was coming out their way, they invited me to stop by their new offices – to meet some people I’ve ‘known’ over the internet for years and check out their new space.

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To go on this trip, knowing I was going to be visit STITCH FIX HEADQUARTERS, I obviously had to pick some of my Stitch Fix favorites to come along for the ride.mirror

I decided to go with this gorgeous floral button down {from a past Fix}, my favorite green vest and my new bucket bag which is amazing for travel!

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It was so cool being able to check out the new Stitch Fix headquarters and meet people I’ve been chatting and working with online for years. I wasn’t able to take pictures of too much, because lots of the clothes I got to see are still in the works to be available for the coming seasons, but oh man – such beautiful things going on! views1

Let’s just say that I want the Stitch Fix closet of pretties, to be my own.
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If you haven’t tried out Stitch Fix, you should totally treat yourself for the upcoming holiday season. It’s such an amazing way to freshen up your wardrobe. Who doesn’t love beautiful things showing up on their doorstep? I have another Fix coming next week, and you can bet I requested some things I saw on this visit!

If you want to try Stitch Fix – please use my referral link – and if you have any questions about it, I’d be happy to help answer them – andherlittledogtoo at gmail

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Off to enjoy the rest of my visit to San Fran – can’t wait to share it with you!
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Side Note: I’m never leaving!

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October Stitch Fix Reveal

Hello, Hello!

Another week and this time, I’m excited to share with you my latest Stitch Fix! It’s been a while since I had one but I requested one for our upcoming trip to San Francisco {thanks so much again for all your recommendations – keep them coming if you have any!} and this was an especially fun Fix to request because…..

I’M GOING TO STITCH FIX! 

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Yes, after YEARS of working with Stitch Fix and blogging about them, when I knew we were going to San Fran {which is where they are located} I let some of my contacts know and they invited me to stop by! I’M SO EXCITED!

So this Fix I requested items to wear on our trip and possibly when I come to visit Stitch Fix Headquarters! Woo!

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I was so excited when I opened this box because I could immediately tell if was going to be a good one. Plaid, blues, greens, grey, denim, FUR, leather….pretty much all of my favorite things wrapped in a pretty Fix.

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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!

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Skies are Blue Emira Faux Fur Collar Knit Vest {$68}
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This Vest.

Every time I look at it, I change my mind if I love it or not. The grey sweater part of it is really cool. And I think the faux fur makes it really different – I’m just not sure how much I will really wear it!

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See, this picture makes me sort of love it.

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Not really sure about it with the blue plaid, but I wanted to try it out for fun.

Ah! I go back and forth because I do think it’s cute! What do you think? Love or Hate?

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Market & Spruce Catareena Mixed Material Zipper Detail Pullover {$68}market-and-spruce-catareena
This top I am going back and forth on as well. I LOVE the green color – and the zipper detail is pretty cool. Just not sure how flattering it really is {I chose more flattering photos – FYI} but I feel like it might highlight my “mama belly” more than I would like – I’m a little more into looser fit in that area at the moment. Dress for the body you have, am i right?

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Edyson Maisha Ponte and Faux Leather Jacket {$88}edyson-maisha-jacket

This jacket would be better for me in a brown or grey. I have a similar leather jacket so I really don’t need something like this, BUT I do have to say that the front drape on this was sort of lovely.

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It’s a cute jacket for sure.

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Paired with plaid, because – why not?

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Kut from the Kloth Boyle Two Pocket Top {$68}

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This is pretty much my style. So much so that I “might” have something similar in my closet and I’m contemplating keeping it anyways. Ha. But I do need to check my closet about this one – I am finding I have a lot of plaid in there, but many of them are fleece and so much warmer than I have been needing this mild fall so far. This is really thin and light, not to mention I love the gorgeous blues. Possible keeper I think!

Totally would love to pair my green vest with this bad boy! Also – check out the blue plaid I’m wearing in my green vest post – too similar? Maybe? Possibly? Ah! Decisions!

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Pistola Tory Distressed Ankle Zip Skinny Jean {$88}distressed-jeans

Like everything else in this fix, I am going back and forth. I sort of love the fit, am obsessed with distressed and really don’t have any denim this color. BUT I don’t reallllllly need another pair of jeans – I have so many I need to wear! BUT when you find a pair you like {for under $100}, it makes sense to keep them, right? Right?

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This fix was a hard one for me – I really liked everything, my stylist Bianca totally got my vibe. I am just trying to be practical and narrow down what I really need and what I really will wear. When I first opened the box I thought I would keep it all! Now, looking through all the pictures of me actually wearing the pieces, I’m being a little more picky – which is good!

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Now it’s the hard part!

I need your opinions to help me decide {if anything!} -> What to Keep! I’m on the fece about pretty much everything and would love to know your thoughts. What are YOUR favorite pieces from what I received in this Fix?! Please tell me what you think!

What Should I Keep from This Fix?

 
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