It’s been a good while since I’ve been able to order a new Stitch Fix box, but I still find myself talking about the company quite often, especially at my job. At least half of the time when a coworker compliments something I’m wearing, I reply with, “thanks, it’s from Stitch Fix” or simply “Stitch Fix!”
Over the past few years I’ve accumulated quite a few pieces from Stitch Fix, and I thought I would present to you my top 10 favorites. The task was more difficult than I expected, since I’ve kept so many great pieces, but I managed to narrow it down without including three items I’ve purchased from the few Facebook boards I used to follow looking for my unicorn.
These are not in any particular order, and I’ll put the link to each piece’s monthly review in the garment title.
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This gorgeous piece was the first thing that came to mind when I decided to make this list. I don’t think I’ve ever owned a more naturally flattering dress, and I always feel beautiful in it. It’s perfect in color, fit, style, and versatility. You can’t get much better than this.
It’s sort of amazing how much I’ve worn this top since purchasing it. This piece is supremely comfortable, lightweight, and fits well while also allowing the extra fabric a dolman has to hide my belly’s lumps and bumps. And the busy geometric pattern isn’t overwhelming at all.
Oh my, this charcoal- colored cardigan is heaven. I love wearing this thing. It’s cozy, keeps me warm, is super cute, and (sort of) has pockets. It looks great as another layer in work clothes or lounging in leggings. I’d buy it in every color. My ONLY complaint is that it’s so fragile because of the knitted pattern. I’ve snagged it about three times and I have to be extremely careful when I put it on — even when I brush my hair.
I will defend this statement until the end: Stitch Fix has the best jeans. It was like these dark wash skinnies were customized for my body. They are snug, yet stretch, they haven’t faded over time (though I take special care when washing them), and the inseam is exactly what it’s supposed to be. Jeans are some of the most frustrating things for a short girl to buy, and I struck gold with these.
5. MAK — Jaclynn 3/4Sleeve Button-Up Cardigan
Another cardigan makes this list because it has all of the features I love in a more “refined” piece of clothing. The cobalt is vibrant, 3/4 sleeves are probably my favorite type of sleeve, V-necks typically look the most flattering on me, the fabric is soft, I can dress this garment up or down, and wear it all year round. Have I forgotten anything else? No.
This top defines classy with its understated details and simplicity. I love how flowy it is, and the folded sleeves are such a sweet touch. And the off-white color is so pretty and can really work with so many other items. I’m careful to wear this because I’m clumsy and afraid to spill anything on it, but it’s a blouse I cherish.
What a fun piece this moto jacket is! It’s great for spring and fall, and thick enough to keep me warm without feeling bulky. I love the diagonal zipper and quilted pattern, and remember being thrilled when I saw it in the box for the first time. I didn’t take much convincing to keep it, and I’m sure you can see why.
The only polka dot item in my closet! This flirty little number is a favorite of mine because of the fit and the fun criss-cross detail in the back that is sexy, yet still modest (click the link for a second photo). I’m a sucker for navy and white, too. Such an adorable item and I’m so glad it’s in my closet.
How can you say no to this tank? I love the color, the flowy, light fabric, and especially love the scalloped, floral neckline. It’s bright perfect for sunny days and warm weather. It’s also really unique. I can’t say I’ve seen anything like it in the shops or on other people since I’ve purchased it. I’m really happy Stitch Fix offers items like this one.
This top makes me smile, even though it’s probably the most plain item in this list. The color is simply gorgeous and is one of my favorites to wear. There’s no pattern or detail on the front, but point of interest is in the back, with its unexpected criss-cross cut out. So cute!
There you have it! My to 10 pieces from Stitch Fix. What do you think of my list? Which is your favorite out of my list?
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—Photos by Justin McKee–