More Cozy Stitch Fix Pieces
It’s been months since I last received a Stitch Fix [affiliate link]! I actually meant to reschedule this Fix for a later date but forgot to do so before it was too late. No matter—I’ve maybe bought one piece of clothing since my last Fix, so I decided some new cozy items might be fun. By the way, I’ve been wearing the joggers from my last Fix constantly!
Here’s a peek at what my stylist selected for me:
Very wintery shades and textures. Love!
What is Stitch Fix?
In case you’re not familiar with Stitch Fix [affiliate link], it’s a subscription-based personal styling service for women, men, and kids. Account creation is free, as is completing a style profile. Once you schedule a Fix, a stylist selects five pieces of clothing, accessories, or shoes for you. When the Fix arrives you have a week-ish to try the items on and decide which ones you want to purchase. You can read more on how the subscription works at the bottom of this post.
February 2021 Styling Notes
Prior to my Fix, I input a note to my stylist that I was only looking for cozy clothes, nothing dressy yet. My stylist, Selene, was spot on with choosing items that fit the bill: one pair of leggings, two cozy pullovers, a hoodie, and a cardigan.
Quick note: I took my outfit photos with the front-facing camera on my phone, so the quality isn’t great. But I’m going with them anyway. I never said I was a pro photographer. 😛
Pullover #1 + Leggings
First I tried on the Pink Clover Nickole Textured Pullover ($44) along with the MPG Sport Infinity High Waisted Performance Legging ($52). Actually, I didn’t even bother trying the rest of the items on with anything but the leggings, haha! And I didn’t bother with shoes either.
The leggings fit well and, interestingly, are made with recycled polyester. I do wish they had pockets, because I love to stick my phone in leggings pockets when I take walks. But I like these leggings and the scalloped detail and tiny laser cuts (which you can’t see in the photos) add a little visual interest.
The pullover is SO soft and cozy! I love the neutral gray…it’ll go with anything, except maybe gray jeans. It’s a good piece for wearing around the house or out on date night, whenever we’re able to do that again. The verdict for both of these items is KEPT!
Next I tried on the Market & Spruce Paulsen Brushed Knit Top ($40). Oh, how I love the soft feel of Market & Spruce tops! The muted garnet shade is pretty, and the cut and fit are flattering. The three-quarter length sleeve is a-ok with me too, because this top will work as we move into spring. The verdict: KEPT.
My second Market & Spruce piece in this box is the Halls Brushed Knit Two Pocket Cardigan ($46). Again, the material is SO SOFT. I love this cardigan’s length, color, and the fact that it has pockets. This outfit I’m wearing below (cardigan over leggings and M&S top) is a very cute combo:
So as I’m sure you can surmise, the verdict is KEPT.
Finally, I tried on the Gaiam Marissa Performance Hoodie ($44). I love the marled dark sage color. The sleeves are plenty long for these Gumby arms of mine, and they have thumb holes in the cuffs! I love a good thumb hole. This will be a good layering piece for chilly weather walks, and it looks cute with the leggings:
You got it…the verdict is KEPT.
If you weren’t keeping score, I kept all five pieces from this Fix! It’s been quite awhile since I kept everything my stylist has sent me. Because I purchased all the items, I received a 25% discount. So in all, I spent $156.49 on my five new pieces of clothing. That’s an average of $31.30 per item; a very good value, in my opinion!
I appreciate Selene honoring my request for cozy clothes and picking out Stitch Fix pieces that I would love. Thank you, Selene!
New to my Stitch Fix reviews? You can read my past reviews here.
Stitch Fix [affiliate link] assigns a personal stylist to select five items for you, including clothing, accessories, and shoes—and ships them right to your door.
Sign up at Stitch Fix [affiliate link] and complete a style profile by filling out your clothing and shoe sizes, what sort of styles you like, color preferences, and more. They offer plus sizes and maternity wear as well! You can even specify a price range you’re willing to spend per piece. The style profile is comprehensive, and you can include a link to your Pinterest style board (here’s mine) to help guide your stylist. The website has a rating feature where you can give a thumbs up or a thumbs down to pieces. That way your stylist can better tailor Fixes to your taste. You can request specific items via your Pinterest board or by leaving a note for your stylist on the Stitch Fix [affiliate link] website, though there’s no guarantee you’ll get them.
Then you schedule a Fix (you can get one as often as you’d like). They also offer Extras (e.g., intimates like bras, underwear, camis, etc) that you can add to your order before your stylist starts working on it. Stitch Fix will send you a box containing five items selected for you, along with a stylist note and outfit ideas.
You have several days to try everything on and decide what to keep or return. If you keep any items (even just one), they’ll deduct a $20 styling fee from the total cost. You can apply the styling fee to your extras. Even better? If you keep all five items, you get a 25% discount on everything! You only pay the $20 styling fee if you send everything back. What happens if you don’t like some of the items? Stitch Fix [affiliate link] makes it simple for you to return whatever you don’t want to keep. Each Fix includes a pre-addressed, USPS postage-paid envelope for easy returns. Schedule your first Fix today! [affiliate link]