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Hello lovelies! This post for my Stitch Fix December 2017 box is long overdue. I’ve held back on sharing my past two Stitch Fix reviews because after a short break from Fixes I’ve been paired with a new stylist, and the items I’ve received haven’t been my favorite. Looking back, there are a few items I wish now that I had purchased. Let’s have a look and let me know what you would’ve kept in the comments below!
Stitch Fix December 2017
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This sweater had a really interesting shape to it. The shoulders were super wide set, as you can see in the picture, and the sleeves were very long. The midriff was very short. The fit wasn’t off or wrong, it was made this way. If I were 10ish years younger I might have kept it. It was comfortable and cute, but an exposed midriff isn’t part of my mama-style capsule wardrobe.
The green moto skinny jeans I have on in the picture above are some I have been drooling over since I started receiving Stitch Fix boxes. I really really wanted to love them, but they had a low rise and to be perfectly honest were a little too tight (hello, Holiday weight gain!). I was pretty bummed.
I remember asking my personal stylist for a specific collarless, red velvet blazer that I had seen in a YouTube Stitch Fix December 2017 review. She wasn’t able to obtain the exact one I had mentioned so she sent this one my way instead. To be frank, I hate the color, but it does look nice with my green eyes.
The purse pictured above was a total winner. If I hadn’t received this Fix so close to Christmas then I would have purchased the bag. I’ve been on the hunt for a similar one ever since. I don’t own a purse (ahem- Minimalist), but now that I’ve taken most of the apps off my phone I need a moderate sized bag to carry a book inside. I loved that this purse was crossbody, relatively flat again my body when worn, and appeared to be made of leather which I love.
The dress I’m wearing in the picture above and below this text is one that I wouldn’t even touch in a store. When I pulled it from my Stitch Fix December 2017 box I instantly went, “Ugh.” It’s fun and feminine… and very much not “me.” It was, however, as soft as a baby bunny and looked great when I tried it on. I especially love the back detail (pictured below).
In hindsight, I wish I would have kept it because it is figure flattering and the Hubby loved it. At the time, this dress felt very summery and the temperatures outside our door were freezing! I just couldn’t get in the right mindset to buy it.
Would you wear this dress with or without the jacket?
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