Oh man are these Denver leaves amazing this year.
I'm so glad it's fall, and I'm trying to soak up all this nice cool-but-not-cold weather before its time for snow and freezing temps.
So, I had seen ads about Stitch Fix floating around and didn't really know what it was, but I finally decided to give it a try.
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that is designed to fit your style and budget. If you're like me, you've seen a lot of different companies offering monthly style subscription boxes or pieces that you can rent and then send back. Stitch fix is all of that and neither....but the best of both options.
You start by filling out a style profile that includes basic info about your size and style preferences, but also gets more specific and asks you about how you like your clothes to fit (i.e. loose on top, fitted on bottom), what items you usually like to splurge vs save on, and which parts of you that you like to flaunt or downplay.
You can also add a specific note about anything you think your stylist should know, from your workplace dress code to whether you are a i-love-accessories or keep-it-simple kind of girl.
My October Fix:
JEANS: Liza Skinny Jean by Lila Ryan
TOP: Sena Bar Back Blouse by 41Hawthorn
This top is fantastic. I love the shape of the scoop back. The bars across the back not only add some interest, but also help the top to stay put and not fall forward. I also like how there is a longer shirttail in the back, and that the front is has just one simple pleat.
BAG: Naven Diamond Print Reversible Tote by Under One Sky
The fix also comes with a personal note from your stylist.
Here's why Stitch Fix is my new favorite way to shop:
1. NO MORE BORING
2. WARDROBE CONTEXT
Ever try something on in store and wish you could see what it would look like with those one pair of pants, or booties you have in your closet at home? Now you can. Since you try on your Stitch Fix pieces at home, you get to experiment with how you would actually wear it and work it with pieces you already have. This means that adventurous piece your stylist might send you isn't so scary after all.