Fall Casuals from Stitch Fix
It finally, finally feels a little bit like fall! One of my favorite things about fall fashion is…drumroll….SWEATER WEATHER! If you’re looking for some fun new casuals to spice up your #sweaterweather game, hit up your Stitch Fix stylist with a request for one of these cute pieces from my 62nd Stitch Fix.
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Items 1 and 2:
I love this first look because it involves several things I love: (1) a cozy sweatshirt, and (2) stretchy, comfy jeans in a fun color. Chaser brand tops are always so soft, and this one is no different. My typical size M was perfect, and the jeans ran TTS, too. The JEN7 jeans were a tad pricey for me, but they are made by 7 For All Mankind, so the quality was stellar. This look is the perfect casual or weekend outfit, and both pieces would mix into my current wardrobe really easily.
- Chaser “Darce” Brushed Fleece Knit Pullover ($58)
- JEN7 “Josephine” Ankle Released Hem Skinny Jean ($99)
Items 3, 4, & 5
You know I’m all about the animal prints right now, so this zebra sweater did not disappoint. It was on the heavy side, but it was super-soft and stretchy, so there was no itchiness at all. The black pants had this cool zipper detail beneath the pockets in front, making them like a cross between moto pants and work pants: the perfect combination. They had side slits at the ankles, and unfortunately they were a little too long for me. Otherwise, I would have kept them. They were stretchy and really flattering. Both the pants and the sweater ran TTS. And check out this cute little Sole Society belt bag! It’s the perfect size and looks really chic.
- Design History “Litha” Crewneck Pullover ($68)
- Market & Spruce “Nina” Zipper Detail Skinny Pant ($78)
- Sole Society “Ady” Belt Bag ($49.95)
Here’s this look without the belt bag so you can get a better look at the sweet zipper details:
Stitch Fix Deets
If you’ve never tried Stitch Fix before, it’s a styling service where you fill out a detailed questionnaire, pay a $20 styling fee, and a Stitch Fix stylist sends you 5 items to try on at home. You can buy any, all, or none of the items (your $20 styling fee gets applied to anything you keep, and you get a 25% discount for purchasing all 5), and you return anything you don’t want in the included postage-paid box. You can schedule your Fixes to arrive regularly or just arrange them whenever you want them.
Did you know that you can actually shop different colors and sizes of past purchases on demand? And you can also shop Stitch Fix “extras” like pajamas, bras, panties, socks, camis, and shapewear and add them to your next Stitch Fix.
I’ve been using Stitch Fix for about 5 years now and I can honestly say it has helped me to define and refine my style. (Check out a few recent Fixes to see what I received: Fix 51, Fix 55, and Fix 49. We’ve also had fun trying Stitch Fix Kids. Check out Kids’ Fix 1 and Kids’ Fix 2. I love that some of the items they send are unique to Stitch Fix and things I can’t find in stores. I love requesting specific items I need (hello holiday dress) and trying on several options at home. Even though I love fashion, I don’t love shopping in stores, so Stitch Fix is perfect for that.