Haven’t tried Stitch Fix yet? Now is the best time to try it!
During the month of November, the $20 fee is waived! That means you can give SF a try and be out zero dollars if you don’t like it: but just so you know, my crystal ball and tea leaves all strongly suggest that you will love it. 🙂
Stitch Fix is, in my opinion, one of the BEST personal styling services out there. Their stylists have an uncanny ability to nail your style and send you items that are in your budget, look great on you, and take your style up a few notches. If you’ve been hanging out here with me for a while, you know how much I love getting new Fixes!
In today’s post I’m going to share some Stitch Fix style inspiration and tips (these photos are from their Style Guide/blog). And don’t forget, you can request anything you see here by leaving a note for your stylist when you request a Fix!!
1. Perfect fall layers from Stitch Fix
How cute are these two outfit from the Stitch Fix Style Guide? Are you dying over that soft, fluffy coat? I love it with the ripped jeans. And the dress topped with the cute scarf and denim jacket would be perfect for teaching, work, or a casual date night. I might add some black or gray leggings if it’s cold out.
2. How to Wear a Moto Jacket Stitch Fix Style
This is a perfect look for work, and I love that there is leopard involved and also that the shoes are FLAT! My poor achy, tired teacher feet can’t handle heels more than a day or two per week.
I love the sporty stripes on these pants (which also look veerrrrry comfy, no?) and the cute, snappy loafers absolutely clinch the comfy-casual, but still tres cool, vibe going on here.
A good navy-and-black combo is my jam!! I don’t wear then together very often, but whenever I do I wonder why I don’t make it happen more often. This jacket adds the perfect amount of edge to the fancy dress, sparkly clutch, and pretty heels. In all honesty, though, I would swap out these heels for some black mid-heel ankle boots. Dainty spike-heeled sandals and those poor achy, tired teacher feet referenced above do not play well together. Ankle boots, though, I can handle.
3. Staying Cozy with Stitch Fix
Any fall or winter day you get to wear a long cardi is going to be a good day. You know this because you’ll be both comfy and cozy in that big ‘ole robe-like thing! I’m pretty partial to boho looks, and this dress-and-cardi combo looks really comfortable, which I’m also really partial to. I would totally wear this outfit to teach.
This outfit is so “me”! I wear variations of this very combo probably 3 days a week. I am so glad that turtlenecks are back from the dead (warm neck and you don’t have to find a necklace to jazz it up!). These ankle boots are super-cute and I love that they are navy!
This look is so neutral and chic. I love that it’s another way to get away with wearing leggings (leather-like or the regular old yoga pants variety) at work, too. I would probably swap out the stiletto booties for some chunky ankle boots or even a cute fashion sneaker. You know, the whole poor achy, tired teacher feet thing.
This is another look that I aspire to on a regular basis. This trucker-style cargo jacket is adorable in the olive color and would go with just about anything: jeans, pants, dress, skirt — you name it. I can see wearing this jacket with a turtleneck sweater or even a dressy hoodie. I’m partial to these more than I am to button-down shirts. But either way, though, this look is a winner.
Just for fun, here are some links to my favorite past Fixes. Don’t forget, though: if you want the free November Stitch Fix styling fee, you need to sign up with the links in THIS post, not the ones below.
- Stitch Fix #33: Best.Fix.Ever
- Stitch Fix #19: Summer Into Fall
- Stitch Fix #23: Unique Colors & Pieces
- Stitch Fix #35: Effortless Cool-Casual
So, enjoy and be sure to share what you got in your Fix! I love seeing other people’s Fixes and then requesting items (like that sweet fluffy coat above!).
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