Another November Stitch Fix + BONUS! Waived Stying Fee for the Holidays

Another week another Stitch Fix – and WHY NOT?! Because this whole month of November, you get to take advantage of a waived styling fee – so no risk! Try it out, see what you think and maybe get an awesome piece of clothing to add to your collection!

I repeat – You have until the end of November to try Stitch Fix for the first time with a waived styling fee! So basically you can try it out if you haven’t before FO’ FREE!


Use this link to have your fee waived and try out Stitch Fix {it’s awesome} with no risk! Go ahead and go for a little holiday wardrobe refresh – you totally deserve it!

Ok – now for the reveal of my latest fix! And don’t forget -> If you want to try Stitch Fix out for yourself, please use my referral link to sign up AND check out my Stitch Fix page to get caught up on all my previous Fixes! Message me with any questions you might have!

Here’s what I got in my latest Fix ->


Kut from the Kloth  Better Mixed Material Top {$58}

This top is TOTALLY ME! I love the grey sleeves, the floral is perfection and its cozy and casual for me as a stay at home mom – while still looking cute and put together. Its the perfect fit and so stinkin’ soft. Pretty much in love with this number, what do you think?


Collective Concepts Lucie Split Neck Top {$58}

More floral perfection in this baby. I am in LOVE with the floral print mixed with the black stripes. It’s so beautiful in person – and the fit is really comfortable and flattering.

Seriously – two for two for whoever put this together for me!


Nine Britton Nelcy Knit Dress {$44}

Are you kidding me with this dress? It’s perfect! The purples, oranges, yellows and greens in this gorgeous print – totally beautiful for every season. And check out the flowy sleeves!

And check out the POCKETS!

I also very much enjoy the neckline on this dress – not too high or too low. Just like the length. I paired this with some tights and booties because it was a cooler day when we took pictures, but this would look great with leggings or brown boots or sneakers! Very versatile dress – oh, and it feels like a dream.


Pistola Emmen Cropped Denim Jacket {$78}

This is the one piece I requested from this Fix. I am in desperate need of a darker wash denim jacket. I currently own one thats a lighter wash, that I’ve had since high school {yikes!} Its totally distressed from all the wear, which I love but its ripping in the elbows – time for a new one! I love this one that was sent to me because it seriously feels like a sweatshirt, but looks like a jean jacket.

My only dislike about this was the length – it was a tad bit short for me – I want something I can wear multiple ways – like my old jean jacket. Even though this does look pretty perfect with this dress!


Skies are Blue Shelby Faux Fur Jacket {$78} 

To me, this jacket was a little random in this Fix. I tried it on with both tops and it didn’t really work as a look, which is usually not the case when I get a Fix – it’s normally pretty cohesive. At the same time, this jacket is super soft, warm and cozy.

But then again – its white faux fur and I live in the city with two boys. Thats a recipe for it not being white for very long.


Ok – seriously, that was one of my favorite Fixes ever. Some very gorgeous pieces that are totally my style – I’m going to have a hard time deciding that to keep – but that’s the fun part, I LOVE your help!  As always, I love your thoughts and opinions – would love to know your favorite piece {or two} from this Fix!

Take the poll and let me know!

What Should I Keep? free polls

And don’t forget to use this link to have your fee waived and try out Stitch Fix {it’s awesome} with no risk! If you liked some of the pieces in this fix – you can totally request them!


If you want to try Stitch Fix out for yourself, please use my referral link to sign up!

Don’t forget to catch up on my past Fixes by checking out my Stitch Fix page, which I just updated in reverse order so you can easily find the more current Fixes!

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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