Stitch Fix #12 {Review}

Stitch Fix #12 coming at ya this lovely Labor Day!

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For this Fix I put in a TON of requests. I did some research stalking other bloggers fixes & made lots of notes to add to my stylist – but sadly I only got one of those requests! I still plan on giving lots of requests going forward because it gives the stylist a great basis of what you like & what you are looking for at the moment.

This is such a fun Fix for me because it features some great pieces that will make for a great transition from summer to fall. I’m so excited for fall weather, I can hardly stand it! Bring on the cooler temperatures, cozy sweaters and boots! I’m ready for ya!

Now, onto my Fix:

Fix 12


Collective Concepts Lydia Floral Print Key-Hole blouse in Blue {$68}

Collective Concepts Lydia Floral Print Key-Hole Blouse

This is the only piece in my Fix this time that is a little more spring/summer than fall because of the colors and the sleeveless-ness but I sort of like it. I’m super into floral patterns at the moment. Not sure why but I really love them. I love all the colors and the gorgeous blues in this top, just a little unsure about the lack of sleeves as we go into cooler weathers, but a cardigan or blazer could always solve that problem. I like it, but I’m not sure I’m in love with it – what do you think?

Lydia Floral Print Key-Hole Blouse


Papermoon Estegan Open Back Striped Top in Navy {$48}

Papermoon Esteban Open Back Striped Top

When I first saw this top I didn’t really think anything of it, but I was sure it wouldn’t be something I would want to keep – but then I put it on and everything changed. Its super comfortable and light and oh so soft. It is a little baggy & loose and would be perfect for nursing. I enjoy the peep hole open in the back too – I think for the price it’s a nice top and I would get a lot of use out of it I’m sure. What are your thoughts on this top?

Esteban Oben Back Striped Top


Market and Spruce Elissa French Terry Moto Jacket in Light Grey {$68}

Market and Spruce Elissa French Terry Moto Jacket

In my Fix request form I asked for something similar to this jacket and again, when I pulled this out of the box I didn’t think I would be into it. I immediately thought it wouldn’t be something that wouldn’t work for me because it’s short but then I put it on and sort of really enjoyed how it looked layered.

Elissa French Terry Moto Jacket

Not sure how often I would actually zip it up but I think it would be a really versatile jacket to be able to throw on over my longer tops. It gives a nice little shape and the heathered grey makes it really easy to pair with just about anything. I also sort of really liked how it looked with the floral top!

Elissa French Terry Moto Zipped

Here is the jacket with just a plain white tank underneath so you can see it a bit more. I think it’s kind of fun – it’s a sweatshirt type of material so it’s comfortable and provides some warmth and I bet it would be easy to wash & wear too. What are your thoughts on this moto jacket?

Elissa Moto Jacket


Mavi Freida Regular Length Skinny Jeans in Black {$118}

Mavi Freida Regular Length Skinny Jean

Before I received this Fix I saw that Stitch Fix rolled out some new denim focus, so I was excited when I got to try on a pair for myself. These black jeans were very comfortable and fit really well, but I got a pair of black pants in my first fix that are of a similar shape {and they are the most amazing pants ever in this universe – I’m obsessed with them}

These are really nice & comfortable and fit like a dream but too close to something I already own & love. But if you are in the market for a pair of killer black jeans, these are pretty good too.

PFreida Regular Length Skinny Jean


Urban Expressions Clyde Graphic Print Woven Hobo Bag in Navy {$54}

Urban Expressions Clyde Print Woven Hobo Bag

Saw this bag in a few other bloggers posts so I was excited when I got it in my Fix this time as well. I’m sort of in love with it – even though I seriously don’t need another bag in my closet {i’m a bag lady} – I don’t have a navy blue bag in my collection so this one gets me pretty excited. Plus add in the aztec print and I’m in love.

I like how it can be worn short on the shoulder or cross body with the longer strap. I think it’s a great bag for fall at this price point – Do you agree?

Clyde Graphic Print Woven Hobo Bag


 Now it’s your time to help me decide what to keep! I seriously don’t make any final decisions or checkout via Stitch Fix until after I share my post & hear from you!

I’d love to know your thoughts on what I should keep from this Fix:

what to choose


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  • Reply Jen September 1, 2014 at 3:13 pm

    Definitely keep the moto jacket!!!!!!!!! I like the bag, too 🙂

    • Reply Leslie September 1, 2014 at 7:50 pm

      Thanks Jen – I like the jacket and bag a lot too!

  • Reply Christine September 2, 2014 at 9:03 am

    I love your fixes!!! #2, 3, and 5!

  • Reply Lindsay September 2, 2014 at 11:45 am


  • Reply Cailin September 2, 2014 at 2:30 pm

    That jacket!! Looks so good and is def a keeper!

  • Reply Gwen September 2, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    I think the moto jacket is the best of the bunch! It will be fab with solid tanks underneath this fall – both open and zipped. <3

  • Reply Patty O September 7, 2014 at 8:49 pm

    I think everything looked great on you! Loved the black/white top, the jacket, the bag. The jeans looked nice, but if you have a pair – the first top is really pretty, but more for spring/summer I think!

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