Stitch Fix Review: At Home Style

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Stitch Fix is one of my favorite shopping services for busy moms. I’ve lost count on what number fix this is for me, but the day that box with the mint green Stitch Fix logo arrives at the doorstep is always a favorite one! Whether I keep one item or the whole box, it’s a bit like Christmas to unwrap everything and see what my stylist sent me.

This month, I requested comfortable work from home styles I can intermix with my current wardrobe to be comfortable enough to walk the dog, but also dressed up enough for video conferences for work. My stylist sent me lots of comfortable pieces that fit well and could be mix and matched with items in my closet like white jeans, navy leggings from a previous fix, my new white Birkenstock dupes, and more!

So, what’s in my fix this month?

Papermoon Jamari V Neck Halter Knit Tank

This navy floral top hits just right and looked super cute paired with the jeans in my fix, as well as white jeans I already had in my closet. I could easily layer it under a denim jacket or cardigan for cooler days and nights or while working inside now or in air conditioned offices later.


Jolie Reid 3/4 Sleeve Knit Top

I asked for a brightly colored, cozy sweatshirt for layering over tops for cool mornings walking the dog. My stylist, Amy, very sweetly indicated that the Stitch Fix warehouse was out of colored sweatshirts in my size so she was subbing it with a cozy, slouchy woven top in a neutral blush. The dolman sleeve is very flattering and the top pairs nicely with the light blue wash jeans in my fix. I also tried it with my navy leggings from a previous fix and a pair of white shorts and it looked great with both pieces for now and for summer.


Studio Blue Jude Clean Skinny Jean

These light colored cropped jeans feel super soft on and despite having a button, feel just as stretchy and comfortable as my go to leggings these days. I love the cuffed bottoms to add a bit of interest to basic denim. They pair perfectly with the tops in my fix, as well as tanks and tees already in my closet.


Naturalizer Lorna Suede Loafer

These cozy magenta loafers add a pop of color to your casual wardrobe. They are made by Naturalizer so they feel like walking on clouds. They fit a little snug at first but stretched out after a bit of wear around the house. I can’t wait for the days when I can wear them out of the house again. The color and cut of these shoes makes them versatile enough for work or the weekend.


Nine Britton Gretchen Twist Open Back Knit Top

This teal deep v neck top is the one item in my fix that I didn’t love. No matter what I tried, I couldn’t get it to stay up on my shoulders, and I felt like the fabric accentuated all the wrong places in my midsection after weeks of self-isolation.



Because sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words, here are a few pictures of my fix on for some style inspiration!

Outfit #1


Outfit #3





DISCLAIMER: This post contains referral links for Stitch Fix. That means if you use the links in this post to place an order for your first Stitch Fix, I will receive $25 off my next fix and you will too. All opinions in this blog post are my own and all items were purchased with my own money.


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