Stitch Fix Review March 2017 – Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces + Linkup!

Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La Mode Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La Mode

Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La ModeEver since I got back into Stitch Fix in January, well, I knew that I just had to do it again since it was so much fun.

For those of you who are new here and don’t even know what I am talking about, well Stitch Fix is a personal styling service where you go online, fill out your style and body type profile, select an approximate date for delivery and poof! A box shows up on your doorstep! You have 5 days to decide if you want to keep or return the items. The box comes with some styling suggestions, oh and if you don’t think they look at your Pinterest board, well they probably do, so make sure that’s filled with style or fashion looks you like. It comes with a pre-labeled envelope which makes it super easy to drop back whatever you don’t want in the mailbox and keep what you want. They will charge you a $20 styling fee + the price of the items you want. And also, if you decide to buy all 5 items, you get a pretty rad discount on it all as well!

For my March 2017 box, I asked for some winter to spring transitional pieces. 

1. Elisabeth Super Skinny Jean – These are a great pair of dark skinny jeans.  I love that the ankle part gets skinnier too and they really hug your body!Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La Mode2. Fausta Elbow Patch Raglan Knit Top – I love the neutral colors in this top and the fun elbow patch detail to make it a little different!

3. Monroe Feather Pendant Necklace – This necklace is a great piece for every day.

Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La Mode

4. Faux Leather Trim Striped Top – These stripes are a great staple in any closet!Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La Mode Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La Mode5. Bowie Solid Dolman Sleeve Top – I like this orange top for Spring and the fact that it is not too body hugging!Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La Mode Stitch Fix Review March 2017 - Winter to Spring Transitional Pieces by fashion blogger Sandy A La ModeOut of all of these pieces, I actually did end up returning them all. I think the main reason is that I had many pieces in my own wardrobe that were similar to these, so that actually means my stylist did a great job with the styling since I already own similar pieces!  I like that the tops they sent really are perfect on their own or layered, and great for 40-60 degree Spring weather. I am actually super excited to get another fix full of fun SPRING clothing though, I am thinking of asking for lots of patterns, prints, light colors, and maybe even a dress!!

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7 Comments

  1. March 20, 2017 / 10:41 pm

    They are lovely pieces – shame that you didn’t keep any of them, but like you said it’s good they nailed your style so well that you already have similar pieces in your wardrobe 🙂

    Thank you for the link up!
    Hope you are having a good start to the week!

    Away From The Blue Blog

  2. March 21, 2017 / 8:00 am

    Love that salmon color sweater, looks like a perfect transition piece. And that feather necklace, so pretty!

  3. March 21, 2017 / 2:06 pm

    So many great outfits!! Love the bright sweater with the choker and all of those tops are perfect for transitioning into spring weather!

    Sarah
    Trendy & Tidy

  4. March 28, 2017 / 6:18 am

    So brave of you to endure photos in the snow! Brrrrr . . . .

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