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We’re heading into my favorite time of year, and I recently asked my stylist (Nicole) to send me a fall inspired box. I specifically asked for cardigans, because I need a few new options for the upcoming season. Cardigans are, without a doubt, my favorite pieces in my fall and winter wardrobe. You just can’t have enough cardigan options!
I really love what my stylist sent me and, at the time, I had a hard time not keeping all of it. Now that it’s been some time since I received the box and sent back items, I can look back and see that I made the right choice in not keeping everything.
So, let’s get into all the items and I’ll explain what I kept/sent back and why.
Love Always Joshua Varsity Stripe Cardigan, $44
Out of the entire box, this was the item I liked the least. I could see why my stylist sent it to me, because I definitely have more of a preppy style. But, the style is just a little too retro for me. I was very close to keeping it, because I really liked the other four items. Since you get a 25% discount for keeping all five items, keeping the fifth is usually worth it from a financial stand point if you want to keep four. If I’d kept it, I would have exchanged it for a smaller size. In the end, I sent this back.
Project Social T Thessy Reversible Brushed Knit Sweatshirt, $54
I was surprised to see a sweatshirt in my box, as this is probably the most casual piece I’ve ever been sent. This sweatshirt was extremely comfortable. The inside was so, so soft. I really liked this, but $54 is a too much for a sweatshirt. I don’t really reach for the two sweatshirts I do own, so this would have been a waste for me. It was really, really hard to send this back, because it was so soft and comfy.
Staccato Marabell Two Pocket Cardigan, $44
I have been searching for a mustard cardigan for quite a while. This one was perfect, even if it was a little big. I always push my sleeves up, and what makes it even better is the sleeves do stay up. They were just stretchy enough to stay put once I pushed them up on my arms. It’s very comfy, and I can’t wait for sweater weather to arrive for good! I kept this one.
Mix by 41 Hawthorn Corinna Brushed Dolman Knit Top, $38
Another great piece by 41 Hawthorn! I get one of their pieces in almost every Stitch Fix box. They’re just a really great, casual yet nice brand. I’ve had a top like this in a lighter gray, and I wore it a ton. Once I’d decided to not keep all five pieces, I really needed to keep it to 2 items. So, this got sent back.
Tinsel Hattie Two Pocket Button Down Top, $44
A couple of fixes back, I got a black and white button-up short sleeve top that I loved but it didn’t fit me perfectly. I was disappointed, because I love a classic black and white top. There’s something about them that’s just so crisp and put together. This one fit so much better, so this was definitely a keeper! I’ve worn it a few times and love it.
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