My Seventh StitchFix Experience

It’s been many months since my last StitchFix (there was still snow on the ground!), but the changing leaves and chill in the air prompted me to get a fix in the works. My office is quite chilly, and I could use some new fall and winter clothes. (Also, I had a bit of referral credit, so a big thank you to the recent reader who tried Stitch Fix using my referral link!)


My fix arrived Monday and contained five clothing items – no accessories this time. Tearing open the box and peeking inside is always the most exciting part!


Get ready for Meg’s skeptical face.

Items #1 and #2:

    • Fiona Cowl Neck Longsleeve Knit Top from Kut From The Kloth
    • Sonja Straight Leg Jean from Kut From The Kloth

Nope! Let’s just forget this ever happened. Eek.


Item #3: Queensland Dolman Jersey Top from 41Hawthorn

Things are looking up!


Much more my style! Paired with skinnies and flats. I really like the thick and soft jersey material of this black top. I can see myself wearing this shirt frequently. Keeper.


Item #4: Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan from 41Hawthorn


I paired this navy cardigan with a turquoise top from my closet. I like this piece and it’s appropriate for my office, I just don’t know that it’s anything special.


Next I tried pairing the navy cardigan with the last item in my fix.

Item #5: Raylin Vneck Abstract Print Dress from Mystree

I tried pairing these two pieces from my fix (dress and cardigan) with a pair of leggings, and, eh. I don’t know. I like it but don’t LOVE it. I’m trying to be extra choosy. Will probably let these two items go.


Here’s a peek at the dress sans cardigan and leggings. I like the flattering cut of the dress and the modest neckline that would be appropriate for work, but am not crazy about the print.


So what’d you think? So far I’m leaning toward keeping the black Queensland Dolman Jersey Top from 41Hawthorn (item #3) which I love and is a very practical piece for my wardrobe.

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5 thoughts on “My Seventh StitchFix Experience

  1. The nice thing about the trial and error of this, is since you like the one dress but not the print, you can go investigate for something more Meg-friendly. For the record, I think it looked really nice 😀

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