Stitch Fix February 2016

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Ah, February. My favorite month of the year. Why do you ask? Oh, you know, it’s the month of my birth. And I’m one of those people that like to think my birthday is an excuse to celebrate all month long. That’s how I roll.

I guess it’s only fitting that I’d start off the month with a little treat yourself type of behavior in the form of a Stitch Fix! For those that asked last month, my new stylist is Lucy, and again she hooked me up with some great options! If you happen to be new to the Stitch Fix game, you can sign up, create a style profile, and a stylist will create a custom set of clothing and accessories with you in mind. Pick a date and you’ll receive your first box. A $20 styling fee will be charged once your Fix ships, and you can put that $20 towards anything in your box.

And if you’re not new, let’s get into it and check out the goods!

Stitch Fix February 2016 Review & Styling // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion & Style Blog

Stitch Fix February 2016 Review

Stitch Fix February 2016 Review // Mavi Angie Skinny Jean // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion & Style Blog Mavi Angie Skinny Jean, Size 27 $88 – Returned (P.S. I found a very similar style at 6pm for $65!)
I really like these. However, I don’t normally wear light wash jeans any time of year but late spring/early summer. I just bought a couple of pairs of jeans so I’m not sure that I need these right now but would be open to receiving a similar style in a few months. ;)

Stitch Fix February 2016 Review // Market & Spruce Janetta Cowl Neck Pullover Sweater // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion & Style Blog Market & Spruce Janetta Cowl Neck Pullover Sweater in Navy, Size Small $58 – Returned
While I love the style of this sweater, I’m not feeling the color. Mostly because of Rigby, if I’m being completely honest. That dude sheds a lot and sweaters seem to be the most difficult to lint bust because of the spaces in the knit.

Stitch Fix February 2016 Review // Glamorous Albury Coat // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion & Style Blog Glamorous Albury Coat, Size Small $138 – Returned (P.S. I found this coat at Shoptiques for $89!)
While this is a well made and beautiful coat, I don’t feel like this is my style. I love a good classic or buffalo plaid, but this textured style plaid isn’t me.

Stitch Fix February 2016 Review // Market & Spruce Cotulla Button Back Sweater // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion & Style Blog Market & Spruce Cotulla Button Buck Sweater in Beige, Size Small $58 – Returned
Another item that just really isn’t my style. The button back is a nice touch, but I wasn’t feeling the elbow pads or anything else about it. Oh, and I have no idea why only one elbow patch is visible. Must be a weird arm angle, as I double-checked and it’s definitely there. ;)

Stitch Fix February 2016 Review // Everly Emilee Dress // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion & Style Blog Everly Emilee Dress in Purple, Size Petite Small $64 – Kept (P.S. Shop this exact dress in blue)
Now this, this is my style. I love floral, I love the colors, and I love most things by Everly. Definitely a keeper, and I know this is a versatile piece that I can wear all year round.  (With tights and ankle boots in the winter and with bare legs and sandals in the summer.)

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What did you think of my latest Stitch Fix? Would you have kept any of these items? Have you received a Fix recently? I’d love to hear about what you’ve received lately! :)


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24 thoughts on “Stitch Fix February 2016

  1. Anna Clarke

    First, I am a new follower and I’m so glad I found your blog! I have heard SO many things about Stitch Fix, but I haven’t ever heard of actual feedback before so thank you for sharing all of this (definitely gonna have to look back at previous posts soon)! I found all the pieces to be lovely in general, but I’ll admit – that dress is STUNNING and I’m surprisingly loving all the purple (I don’t wear it too often, but I’m trying to branch out ;) ). And yes – love how it could totally be worn year round. What a find! Thanks again and I’m excited to see more!

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks for following along, Anna! Happy you found me :) I think this is my 11th Stitch Fix so definitely have quite a collection of archives if you’re interested in checking them all out!

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Thanks Laura! I definitely had the same concerns, and while I have received a few duds, they are good about taking your feedback seriously and into consideration. :)

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Ha! Definitely did. I like the jeans too, just not at this time of year, and I try to only keep one item per Fix. I asked for them again later this year ;)

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  2. Lindsay

    I knew you kept that dress before I even read the blurb underneath. The smile on your face said it all. Plus it’s just darling! So glad you kept it! Great seeing you tonight :)
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  3. Jana

    Hey,
    Just found ya! New to stitch fix and am googling for items to pin. Haha. Wondering about your shoes you are wearing with the dress in the last picture! Brand and style name if you know? Thanks!

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