Stitch Fix #27

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So I am finally getting around to blogging about my latest Stitch Fix. I actually received my Stitch Fix #27 shipment before Christmas which was perfect. It had some great new things to wear during the holidays. I was really ecstatic with this fix. I actually chose to keep a lot of the items.

First was this Street Level Anchorage Diamond Printed Tote for $64.00. I do love a good bag and fell in love with this one the moment I opened the box.  So obviously, I kept this one.

Then there is this Dark Green Brixon Ivy Sylvester Split Neck Blouse for $54.00. I love the color and the fit on this. The dark green color was a perfect color for the holidays, but will also work well through the rest of the winter. Totally kept this one. I had a great gold necklace and earrings that I wore with this one. I especially love the sleeve on this too. It looks rolled up but it isn’t!

I always love the jeans from Stitch Fix. The fit has always been good and I have loved the Kut From The Kloth brand. This time I got their Simmons Bootcut Jean for $88.00. They fit great, but these had a large boot cut and It was just too wide of a cut for me. These went back.

I really wanted to like this Skies are Blue Prandini Wrap Front Top for $58.00. Unfortunately, I just did’t like the way it fit me around the waist.So this one had to go.

Finally, I had this RD Style Calandri Contrast Sleeve Poncho for $68.00. This was my favorite item. And it’s probably one I never would have picked out for myself. I love the neckline on this and the fit. It’s been perfect to wear with leggings and boots. So glad I have this in my wardrobe now.

Disclosure: I did not compensation at all for my post. I chose to use and pay for Stitch Fix on my own. I do, however, get credit for referrals. If you choose to try Stitch Fix yourself, please sign up from the links I provided in my post so I can get credit for the referral. To find out more about how Stitch Fix works, then read my first stitch fix post.

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