My Stitch Fix Keepers From Fixes 8-15

I’ve had a few requests to share with everyone what I’ve been keeping from my latest Stitch Fixes. I love having your input what what I should keep from each Fix, so it only makes sense that I let you know what makes its way into my closet to stay! I did a post a while back sharing with you what I kept from my Fixes 1-7 and today I wanted to get you caught up on what I’ve kept from Fixes 8-15 {including my Mom & MIL’s Fixes as well!}

First up, from my 8th Fix {my first Fix post baby!} I ended up keeping the striped dolman sweater, which I am obsessed with. I wear it all the time. Part of me wishes I kept the striped dress from that Fix as well, but cest’ la vie.

jacket / sweaterjeans / shoes striped sweater

From Fix #9 I kept the geo print maxi skirt. I wore it a bunch of times this summer but apparently didn’t take any pictures of it! I also got to wear the blue moni stud detail shirt from the Fix because my mom got the same one in her first Fix – and she kept everything! – which means I get to enjoy those goodies too! Win!

In Fix #10 I was really torn about keeping the first shirt and the shorts but I ended up only keeping the green cross body bag, which I’m obsessed with and wear all the time.

shirt {from our honeymoon in Greece! / skirt / shoes / bag

green cross body

For Fix #11 I kept the floral tank which I LOVE with white jeans. It also paired perfectly with the pink cardigan I kept from my 7th Fix. Fix #11 was lots of fun but it was too much summer stuff when we were going into Fall.

cardigan  / tank  / jeans / shoes

flower top

In Fix #12 I kept 3 things – which is the most items I’ve kept ever {except Fix #7 where I kept it all!} I love this grey french terry moto jacket – I’ve gotten so much more wear out of it than I ever thought I would. I have dressed it up and down and it’s so fun to wear!

L – necklace / jacket / tank / pants / shoes 

R- necklace / jacket / tankshoes 

cropped moto jacket

I also kept this striped sweater, which has a fun keyhole in the back. It’s been perfect to wear as the weather started to cool here in Philadelphia – I love the length of this sweater and the weight of it too.

Oh! And from Fix #12 I kept the aztec bag as well! Love!

sweater / vest / jeans / boots 

stitch fix sweater

In Fix #13 I was very tempted to keep every.single.thing. But I held myself back and kept what I knew I would get the most wear out of. I kept this pattered shirt because I love the colors and the print. It’s got a fun opening in the back as well.

jacket  / shirt / jeans / boots


I also kept the solid grey top because it feels like butter and it’s got a fun hi-lo hemline

vest / shirt / jeans / belt  / sunglasses /

bag { 35+ years old -> it’s my mom ‘s vintage Coach bag!}

grey shirt

With Fix #14 I went back and forth about the vest and the jeans but I ended up keeping the poncho because it’s different than anything I own and it’s easy to throw on over leggings and boots. It’s also really warm!

poncho / leggings / boots

In my latest Fix #15 I had a real tough time deciding what to keep, because I really liked every single thing -> especially the jacket and the dress. But I only kept the purple cowl neck shirt, and I haven’t even had the chance to wear it yet!

And to get you completely caught up -> My mom kept everything from her First FixSecond Fix AND Fourth Fix {my favorite of her Fixes! I want to steal it all!} and from her Third Fix  she kept the blue blouse and she gave me the aztec print tank {seen below}.

And My MIL kept the sweater wrap from her First Fix, the black pants from her Second Fix and gave me the asymmetrical wrap from her Third Fix {seen below}.

cardigan / tank / jeans / shoes 

stolen fixes

What do you think about my Stitch Fix Keepers?

I’m pretty happy with everything I’ve received from them and I can’t wait to see what shows up in my next Fix, which happens to be arriving this weekend! Woohoo! Can’t wait to share it with you on Monday!


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 November 20, 2014 at 7:06 am

    I really enjoy receiving my stitch fixes, it’s fun to see what they send you and know what’s in style. You have done a great job choosing what looks good and will work for you!

  • Reply Christina Bush November 23, 2014 at 1:22 pm

    Great clothes!

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