December 2014 Stitch Fix Review


Finally getting around to posting, this is my last shipment from Stitch Fix.  If you are unsure what Stitch Fix is about, how it works, etc, click here for my first review.  Getting straight to it…






Kut from the Kloth Hera Collarless Animal Print Swing Jacket $88



I really, really wanted to love this jacket.  And, if it had been a true swing jacket, I would have kept it.  However, it wasn’t a true swing jacket, it actually tapered at the bottom, giving me an unfortunate bottom view 🙂  Sent back.


Evolution by Cyrus Abbot Crew Neck Elbow Patch Sweater $108IMG_1324

Kut from the Kloth Jonathan Corduroy Skinny Pant $68IMG_1323


The sweater and the corduroy pants were good quality, but the fit wasn’t flattering on the sweater, and the pants were waaay too long.  Both sent back.


Olive & Oak Marley Split Back Knit Top $44


I loved this top.  Great quality, and extremely soft.  It is slightly sheer, so will have to have a tank or camisole under it, but I’m okay with that.  Kept!



Look by M Sammie Plaid Infinity Scarf $34

Very soft, and loved the colors.  The length of the infinity scarf was perfect, too.  Is it just me or do some infinity scarves leave a little too much after the twist?  Okay, maybe it’s just because I’m the size of a Smurf…Anyways… Kept!

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Overall, a great fix.  Jenny L. thank goodness was my stylist again and she pretty much nails it every time.  I usually receive a mix of items directly from my Pinterest board and some surprises.  I still love Stitch Fix as a way to add some pieces to my wardrobe that I probably wouldn’t have picked out myself, and I am looking forward to my next Fix!  If you want to try it for yourself, click here for my referral link.

2 thoughts on “December 2014 Stitch Fix Review

  1. I love reading stitch fix reviews, I’m too chicken to do these kinds of things myself but do you feel like you’ve had value for money overall by using the service?

    loving the blog,

    • Hi! Thanks therealjlow for your question, and for reading our blog! Here’s the thing, it is really fairly low risk. If you don’t like anything, than you could potentially be out the $20 styling fee and the time it takes you to try the stuff on. They send all the packing required to return any unwanted items, and you just put it in your mailbox – no running out to a UPS store or post office. However, in my experience, and from reading other blogs, it rarely happens that there isn’t one item you want to keep. And the beauty of it is, we can all be chickens in our own homes. They definitely have sent things that I would never have tried on in a store, and I don’t have the annoyance of some random sales person knocking on my door every 5 minutes wanting to see some horribly unflattering item on me. I would say the majority of the pieces are the same quality you would expect at Gap and Banana Republic, with similar prices. My main advice is to be pretty specific about your likes or dislikes, on your style profile and on your feedback form with the Fix. You aren’t being mean if tell them you felt the quality of the piece was bad, or it looked like a pattern from your Grandmother’s curtains – they more specific you are, the better your Fixes will be. Let us know if you check it out, and what you think about it!

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