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Today is all about getting ready for fall. My recent Stitch Fix box arrived, and I was so happy to dive into it! When I schedule my fix, I requested cardigans. Hands down, cardigans and sweaters are my favorite pieces to wear when it’s cold outside. Aside from literally needing them to stay warm, I just love them so much. I’d love to hear what you think about my items. If this is the first time you’re reading one of my Stitch Fix posts, this is where I share what I got, the prices, the names of the pieces, what I thought about the pieces, and what I decided to send back.
Pinque Sparrow Knit Striped Cardigan, $44
How cozy is this sweater? I love the pretty vibe, and it felt so comfy! The classic stripes reminds me of a letterman jack, so it definitely gives me all the fall feelings. It was a little overwhelming on my short arms. I tend to push up my sleeves quite often, but the sleeves were too bulky to stay up. Sadly, I sent this back. It was just a little too bulky for me to wear often.
Laila Jayde Leroy Short Sleeve Duster Cardigan, $54
Another cardigan! This one felt so soft. The material was kind of slinky and stretchy, and it was very, very soft. The color is a gorgeous cool-toned grey, and the short sleeves have a dolman feature that makes the sweater super comfy. The only thing that I didn’t like was actually the short sleeves. This is not the type of cardigan I’d wear during autumn/winter. The sleeves are a bit too short to layer with a long sleeve shirt and not have it look weird. So, I did send this one back.
Love Always Carrigan Brushed Cardigan, $38
This was another tough cardigan decision! I initially did not like this cardigan. When I pulled it out of the box, it immediately reminded me of dryer lint. The color is a green grey, which is probably my least favorite grey. That being said, I really loved the cut and fit when I tried it on. In the end, I just couldn’t imagine what I would pair with this. So, I sent this back as well.
Tinsel Floid Chambray Top, $48
After two, count them TWO of my favorite chambray button-ups died untimely deaths (I literally wore them to death, they both have holes in them!), I have been on the hunt for new ones. This chambray top immediately piqued my interest when I took it out of the box. It’s very, very soft! The sleeves were slightly too long. It definitely wasn’t a petite sizing, and it was quite long. This would be so comfy on the weekend, but it definitely wouldn’t be work top for me. Well, I could wear it on a casual Friday, but what I’ve been looking for is a plain chambray to pair with cardigans and skinny ankle work pants. So, this was sent back. I was very sad to send it back, but I need to stick to my shopping list and not get distracted!
Beacon Gaines Surplice Knit Top, $38
I really appreciated my stylist sending me a piece that was out of my comfort zone. The plaid is so appropriate for fall, but the material was a little too slinky for me. It wasn’t cozy like I would want for fall. Plus, the v-neck is a little low for me. If I paired this with a cami, my cami would definitely extend past the bottom of the shirt in the front. Sadly, I sent this back as well.
I can’t remember the last time I sent back all my Stitch Fix items! This does not discourage me at all, and I’ve already scheduled my next fix. Have you ever sent back all your Stitch Fix items?
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