December Stitch Fix Reveal

Time for my final Stitch Fix Reveal of the year. I’ve been so busy this month, I didn’t even have time to leave my stylist a note. I can’t believe how quickly the month sped by me. Is that an age related thing? Or a busy life thing? Not sure…Anyway, I was thrilled to receive my Fix the very day we were heading out to Colorado to visit my son and his family. I loved one item so much I packed it right away and wore it while we were there! Read on to see what was in this month’s Stitch Fix box!

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What is Stitch Fix? Stitch Fix is an online styling service that delivers a truly personalized shopping experience, just for you. Fill out your Style Profile and a personal stylist will hand pick pieces to fit your tastes, needs and budget—and mail them directly to your door. Each box contains five items of clothing, shoes and accessories for you to try on at home. Keep what you love, send the rest back in a prepaid USPS envelope. Shipping and returns are free—even for exchanges! No subscription required.

December Stitch Fix Reveal

For more details on Stitch Fix, how it works  and how to get started check out a few of my previous Stitch Fix Reveals:

November Mother/Daughter Stitch Fix Reveal

October Stitch Fix Reveal

September Stitch Fix Reveal


I think one of my favorite features of Stitch Fix is the personal note from my stylist. I try to provide feedback after i receive my Fix so Katherine gets to know my likes and dislikes. That’s what I call personalized service!

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Daniel Rainn Koda Split Neck Blouse

Daniel Rainn Koda Split Neck Blouse

I just love little tops like this. They’re real workhorses in any wardrobe, and can go from work to play with just a change of accessories. This top will be perfect with denim or work trousers and a blazer. I just loved the design of the fabric too.


41 Hawthorn Morgan Essential Boyfriend Cardigan and Kut from the Kloth Joan Skinny Pant

41 Hawthorn Morgan Essential Boyfriend Cardigan and Kut from the Kloth Joan Skinny Pant

I mean, who doesn’t love a long black cardigan? This one is buttery soft and the perfect length for me. I styled it with the Koda Blouse and the Kut from the Kloth skinny pants. The skinny pants are more of a legging, and would be perfect with boots. I really liked the neutral color too.


Colette Madyson Faux Wrap Knit Midi Skirt

This skirt was a fun surprise! I love midi length skirts, and the wrap style of this one is adorable! I probably won’t wear it until the spring/summer, but it will get lots of wear! I styled it two ways…first with the burgundy sweater I received in my November Fix as Katherine suggested. I felt that looked a bit boxy and not at all figure flattering, so I then tried it with my favorite Liverpool denim jacket (also from Stitch Fix) and a plain black tee. This look felt more like me.


Leo & Nicole Cotton Blend Button Detail Pullover

Leo & Nicole Cotton Blend Button Detail PulloverOh man do I love this sweater! I snatched it out of the box and packed it for our trip the minute I saw it. It’s a perfect tunic length and so soft. The neckline is really pretty too. I wore it with jeggings and comfy boots and I was set for the day. So much love for this sweater y’all! Pin it! You want it!


So what did you think of this month’s Fix? Please leave me a comment and let me know what you liked. Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? If not, what are you waiting for?!? Get on board y’all, you won’t regret it!

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Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year filled with many wonderful blessings. Thank you so very much for your support and for reading my blog. It means the world to me!

Merry Christmas Y'all!

7 thoughts on “December Stitch Fix Reveal

    1. The jeggings are old and from my closet, I may have even gotten them from a store that starts with Wal and ends with Mart. I kept the skirt for later and the tunic sweater for now! I wish I could have kept it all, but Christmas shopping for the kids and grandkids and bills come first!

  1. I just pinned that sweater, and I have wanted the black and floral top! I prefer your take on the skirt – looks great with the denim jacket! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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