Stitch Fix Reveal – February 2019

February 2019 Stitch Fix

Howdy y’all. The weather is cold and wet and dreary today. This follows temps last week in the 70’s. I really think Mother Nature is having a nervous breakdown or something…I mean, how in the world do we even know what to wear each day? I’m easily confused. Anyway, I came home to find my cute little Stitch Fix box on my doorstep the other day, which was a truly sweet surprise after the horrendous week I just had. (I won’t go into details, but I’m pretty sure that one week last about 598 days, give or take). I asked my stylist, Katherine for a Work Wear Fix. And she delivered! I can’t wait to show you what she sent!

(This post is not sponsored by Stitch Fix. or any other company. I’m just a very dedicated shopper! This post does contain affiliate links, including Stitch Fix. I earn a small commission each time someone makes a purchase or signs up for Stitch Fix using my link.)

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 ex-changes! No subscription required. As a bonus, you get a 25% discount if you keep all five pieces. Cha-ching!

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

January Stitch Fix Reveal

December Stitch Fix Reveal

November Stitch Fix Reveal

Stitch Fix Stylist Note

I’m sure you’re wondering how Stitch Fix is fitting into my Shopping Diet. I’ve chosen to be strategic in my shopping and choosing pieces for my wardrobe, and Stitch Fix fits right in with this. Instead of shopping and picking up a bunch of random things, my lovely stylist, along with the magical Stitch Fix algorithms chooses pieces that will weave in seamlessly with things I’ve already purchased from them and have in my closet! It’s amazing!

Stitch Fix Style Card

The Lantana Boat Neck Blouse by Daniel Rainn is a perfect blouse that will go back with tons of stuff in my closet. Jeans and booties, black skinnies and boots and long cardi, black plaid trousers and heels for work. You see! Endless opportunities for mixing and matching! I love it!

The Lantana Boat Neck Blouse by Daniel Rainn
The Lantana Boat Neck Blouse by Daniel Rainn

The Neida Tassel Detail Top by Lemon Tart is my favorite piece from this fix. The tassel tie is an adorable little touch. And you know I love me some pink! The brightly colored flower pattern of the fabric is so feminine. I just love it! The length is perfect for my pear shape. And I love how it goes with the pants Katherine sent.

The Neida Tassel Detail Top by Lemon Tart
The Neida Tassel Detail Top by Lemon Tart

I styled both tops with the Karen Printed Straight Leg Pant by Erica Taylor.  Kind of wishing I had every color in the color wheel in these pants. (hint hint Katherine!!) Stretchy and comfy and super cute. Perfect for the office, no matter the season! The delicate checked pattern is a nice little detail too.

Melanie Knit Tunic Blazer & Karen Printed Straight Leg Pant
Melanie Knit Tunic Blazer & Karen Printed Straight Leg Pant styled with the Lantana Boat Neck Blouse

The Melanie Knit Tunic Blazer by French Mauve is a gorgeous blush shade. The tunic length is perfect for us pear shaped girls, and it has pockets! Who doesn’t love pockets? It’s a lighter weight, unlined and will be a nice little jacket for the Spring and Summer in my drafty office. I think it would be cute with jeans and a graphic tee too, so I’m sure you’ll be seeing that on my instagram feed in the future! Katherine suggested I try it with the skirt I received in this fix. I’m not sure. I think I’m having shoe issues, but maybe I could make it work? What do you think?

Fench Mauve Blazer styled with the Colette Madyson Faux Wrap Knit Midi Skirt

At first glance the Salinka Crochet Detail Cotton Blend Knit Top by Daniel Rainn seemed a bit too boho for the office. But it looked great under the blazer Katherine sent, and will work back with many of the jackets, cardigans and blazers I have in my closet. And as a plus I can dress it down with jeans and a denim jacket just for fun. It’s stylish utility piece to have in the old wardrobe. Two thumbs up!

Daniel Rainn Salinka Crochet Detail Cotton Blend Knit Top
Daniel Rainn Salinka Crochet Detail Cotton Blend Knit Top

So how did you like this reveal? And which pieces do you think I kept? Leave a comment and let me know what you think! I’d love to hear from you! (Or just say hi!) Thank you so much for stopping by and taking time out of your busy day to read my blog. It really means the world to me! THANK YOU!!!

Stitch Fix helps me strike just the right balance of professional and casual styles for my workplace. You can get office-ready looks delivered to your door curated for your taste, size and budget by a Stitch Fix Personal Stylist too! Hint: Stitch Fix Gift cards make a PERFECT Valentine’s Day Gift!

10 thoughts on “Stitch Fix Reveal – February 2019

    1. Thanks Kim. My stylist is awesome. That personal service is what makes Stitch Fix so successful.

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