Stitch Fix February 2017

And before I knew it, it was February. The month of my birthday (yay!) among other fun things like Valentine’s Day. Honestly, though, I can’t believe a new month is already here. It seems like just yesterday we were celebrating the start of 2017.

With a new month always comes a new Stitch Fix for me.  Stitch Fix review posts are always popular, so I’ll continue doing them as long as you’ll still read them. ;) If you’d like to see other reviews of subscription services, feel free to let me know in the comments too!

Just Black Grace High Rise Super Skinny Jean // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. That means if you click a link, I may make a small commission from your purchase. All proceeds go right back into this blog for fun things like these reviews and giveaways. :)

If you’re new to Stitch Fix, I’ll break it down real quick. For a $20 styling fee, receive a box on your doorstep containing five items – anything from clothing to jewelry to handbags to shoes based on your style profile and Pinterest style board. Send back what you don’t like, keep what you do, and your $20 styling fee will be deducted from the total. Keep all five items and receive an additional 25% off. Stitch Fix also is now serving male clients too! Have a significant other or male relative in need of some shopping assistance? Send them over to Stitch Fix Men! It works the same way, and it’s perfect for the holidays because let’s be honest, most men hate shopping! Stitch Fix also offers maternity and petite sizing, and expect to see plus sizes later this year!

Just Black Grace High Rise Super Skinny Jean // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog Just Black Grace High Rise Super Skinny Jean in Black, Size 4P // $78
After sorting my denim around the holidays (because somehow, my denim collection seems never to stop growing…) I noticed my black jeans were looking a little sad. You know when you wash something black too much, and it starts to look more gray than black? Yep, that’s exactly how my current pair of black skinny jeans look. When I tried these on, I instantly fell in love. The denim is super soft, and they fit more like leggings than denim. The fit close to the body without looking like they reveal everything under the trunk if you get what I mean.

Because Valentine’s Day is coming up, and I also happened to be shooting a couples look that’s coming up tomorrow on the blog, I opted to dress these up for a date night in mind. I paired them with my favorite SJP Pumps {similar red almond toe style under $110} and a white bell sleeve blouse from Boohoo that I’ve been pretty into recently. A pop of red from my Rebecca Minkoff Regan Crossbody completes the look, and a faux leather moto jacket from BlankNYC would be perfect for a night on the town!

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Daniel Rainn Bernal Split Neck Blouse // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog Daniel Rainn Bernal Split Neck Blouse in White, Size Small // $64
The next item I received in my Stitch Fix was this pretty floral blouse from Daniel Rainn. The blouse is sleeveless and would be perfect under a blazer for the office, or under a denim shirt or jacket for a casual weekend outfit.

Daniel Rainn Bernal Split Neck Blouse // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog I opted to style it casually here. I paired the blouse with a denim shirt from J.Jill and vintage flare jeans that I DIYed to have fringe hems {shop similar style here under $60}. To add a bit of a bohemian twist, I topped the outfit off with a fringe bag that I kept from a Stitch Fix a few months back and a hat from David and Young.

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Market and Spruce Dollie Tie Back Neck Knit Top // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog Market & Spruce Dollie Tie Back Neck Knit Top in Grey, Size Small // $54
When I first pulled this Market & Spruce knit top out of the box, it looked a little boring. That was, until, I turned it around and saw the adorable keyhole back detail. I love the contrasting white ribbon and the coziness that this knit top adds to an otherwise edgy outfit.

Market and Spruce Dollie Tie Back Neck Knit Top // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog
I’ve been into mixing edgier pieces lately, which is why I instantly grabbed my moto jacket from BlankNYC and my Rebecca Minkoff Maddox booties {similar style under $50!} to pair with this top. A pair of skinny jeans from Old Navy, a crossbody from One Sky Brand {similar under $25}, and my Phara Lariat Necklace from Kendra Scott finished off this look. Who says gray has to be boring?!

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Bancroft Woods Beaded Wrap Necklace // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog Bancroft Woods Beaded Wrap Necklace in Grey // $34
Wrapped neatly in a small box was this beaded wrap necklace from Bancroft. On a delicate chain, the beads add a nice shimmer, and I love how easy it is to wear this necklace. You could wrap it tightly and wear it as a choker, or wear it longer like I did here. You could probably even create a wrap bracelet out of it!

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Dear John Dalba Bomber Jacket // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog Dear John Dalba Bomber Jacket in Red, Size Small // $88
The final item in my Stitch Fix was this adorable bomber jacket from Dear John. The color is a lovely reddish orange, and I think it flatters my natural coloring. The material was incredibly soft, and the jacket is lined which makes it feel like a quality piece.

Dear John Dalba Bomber Jacket // Stitch Fix February 2017 Review // Hello Rigby Seattle Fashion Blog
When styling this bomber jacket, I knew I wanted to wear it with light layers. It hasn’t quite warmed up enough (in fact, I think there’s snow in the forecast!) to bust out my spring pieces yet, so I’m still in rocking winter staples like turtlenecks. This one is a lightweight piece from Banana Republic that works to add warmth without adding a lot of bulk like a sweater might. I paired it with a pair of skinny jeans from Old Navy and my bucket bag from Shaffer LA. To complete the look, I added a pair of vintage floral slip-ons from Vans to complete this comfy casual outfit.

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And that’s a wrap on this month’s Stitch Fix review! I hope you enjoyed seeing the pieces I got and how I opted to style them into my current wardrobe. Overall, I was pleased with the variety in this month’s Fix, and I think Bianca killed it by sending me wardrobe staples that had enough interesting detail to be entirely different from anything I already had in my wardrobe,

Out of all the pieces I received, which were your favorite? How would you style these pieces? I’d love to hear your thoughts about my Stitch Fix in the comments!


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6 thoughts on “Stitch Fix February 2017

  1. Emily

    I have that same bow-back top. I got it in my last fix! It’s so comfy to wear, but I’m thinking about cutting off the ribbon and sewing the back together because the bow always seems to get in my way.

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  3. Leah G.

    I got the bomber jacket in my March fix and I love it! It’s still not warm enough to wear here but I’m excited to wear it!

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