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February 2015 Stitch Fix

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I have found a new love in having a personal stylist shop for my clothing! Thanks to Stitch Fix, I have discovered some super cute clothes for JUST ME! Here’s my review for my February 2015!

Stitch Fix February

This past month, my friend Crystal from Mrs. Happy Homemaker posted her review of Stitch Fix. Now — I have heard SO much about Stitch Fix, but just thought it was something I would not be interested in. But after seeing how amazing she looked in her clothing, I knew it was going to be something I wanted to try out as well.

When my box arrived, I got super excited! If you know me at all, you know I love to shop, and I. love. clothes. Seriously — I could shop every single day of the week.

Once I opened the box, I loved all the selections they sent me, but wasn't for sure how they would look on me.  Here's is the breakdown of what I kept and what I sent back for this month.

Harlow Heather Print Infinity Scarf

Heather Harlow Infinity Scarf

I really loved this scarf, BUT because of the time of year it is, I am SO ready to put scarves and boots behind me and embrace the Spring wardrobe. It looked super cute with everything I got, but I just didn't want to spend $28 on it at the present.

Verdict: Sent Back

Just Black Skinny Jeans

I really really wanted to like these jeans. They looked so awesome, they were in my size and everything. In fact, I NEED a great pair of black skinny jeans.

Stitch Fix jeans

However, I could not get these to fasten for the life of me. There is NO way these were a size 12. My daughter, who is a size 6 put them on and they fit her to a tee.

Verdict: Sent Back

Honey Punch Layla Twin Stripe & Elbow Patch Cardigan

Striped Cardigan

This was a super cute cardigan, and I wanted to keep it so badly, but because of how short I am, this literally swallowed me and made me look so dumpy, so I obviously sent it back. It was only $48 — not a bad price.

Verdict: Sent Back

Gilli Kary Drape Front Knit Dress

The dress? I hated it. It was so cute out of the package — a beautiful teal color with fit and flare, BUT where the waist hit me — it made my hips look twice as big as what they were — so it went back too.

Verdict: Sent Back

Malcom Abstract Chevron Dolman Sleeve Top

Stitch Fix

The minute I put this top on, I felt sexy – I felt like it fit me, and I got more compliments all day long from my husband on how gorgeous this top looked on me. Yes — it was a keeper!

I already have my next Stitch Fix scheduled for March and I cannot wait for it to arrive. If you have been hesitating to try it out, let me urge you — give it a try! It's so fun. It's only $20 and you are not under any obligation to buy anything.

What is your favorite style of clothing?

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