Many people have been asking me who/what I style for lately. Well, I’m proud to say I’m a stylist for Stitch Fix. If you haven’t heard of it, its a personal styling service tailored to your taste, budget and lifestyle, that helps you look and feel your best every day.
Our goal is to make shopping fun, effortless and empowering for busy women on the go. We believe that if you feel confident in how you look, it affects your life in positive ways. From leading a meeting to laughing with loved ones, confidence has a way of boosting everything and everyone around you. At Stitch Fix, we’re here to make getting dressed simple and rewarding, so you can focus on being your best self.
We have many fashion bloggers who use our service, and they truly inspired me to start reviewing my favorite pieces from some of the Fixes that I receive! Yes, I’m a client as well! There’s nothing that gets me more excited than walking up to my doorstep and seeing that perfectly wrapped box waiting for me to cut it open and tear the tissue paper.
So, I present to you, my first Stitch Fix review!
I chose two items to focus on: these Henry & Belle skinny jeans and the Coffeeshop Cargo Jacket. Both are fabulous items with a great fit, which also look awesome worn together for an edgy and boho look, perfect for the fall. My glamorous side thought I needed to add a statement necklace to spice the upper half of my body up a little bit, considering I had such fun zipper detailing on my jeans.
These jeans are great, but I don’t recommend them for anyone who is curvy. I managed to fit into them somehow, but there’s not much wiggle room. I could definitely not ride a horse in them. Even though they’re slightly tight, they make me feel confident, so I love them!
The jacket. I gravitate towards olive green cargo jackets. I have three other ones that are hanging in my closet, so I really shouldn’t have kept this particular piece. But, the sleeves make it unique, so I “had” to keep it. I’m sure you understand.
Its a great layering piece. I can easily throw on a blouse, cozy/casual t-shirt, cowl neck sweater, or a tank top underneath it. I tried it on with a button-down chambray top as well, which also looked stellar. Some may say that its not versatile and its too complicated to match with things due to the design on the sleeves. Well, I disagree with them. It looks great with black, burgundy, brown, white, cream, mustard, navy, grey…Which is basically almost every color. I love this jacket and foresee myself wearing it all the time.
I wore this outfit with Chucks because I was in the mountains. If I were cruising around town, I would pair this look with ankle boots instead.
Photography: Kristine Cramer Photography
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