3 Black Cat Co. Stitch Fix No. 20 November 2016

Stitch Fix No. 20 – November 2016

3 Black Cat Co. Stitch Fix No. 20 November 2016For my 20th (!?) fix from Stitch Fix, I asked my stylist for an additional pair of Emer pants (since they are my go to work pants), as well as casual tops to wear on the weekends while still looking put together and my much needed wanted small tan crossbody bag. Natalia certainly delivered with a fix that I would have probably kept all of the pieces if I wasn’t forcing myself to decrease my spending. My goal for November was actually to do a No Spend November, but that’s another story.

First up:

MARKET & SPRUCE Hans Crochet Front Top

ERICA TAYLOR Karen Printed Straight Leg Pant

Per Natalia’s suggestion, I paired these two together. They had very similar patterns and they were a nice combo. The pants were great and very comfortable but they were on the longer side for my short legs. I absolutely loved the top though! I could see myself wearing this with a pencil skirt to work and jeans on the weekend – exactly the piece I was looking for in this fix.

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Next up:

PIXLEY Greenich Striped Knit Top

Natalia was inspired by all of my striped pieces I’d been pinning lately and included this great knit top. The material was closer to a sweater than a t-shirt and had faux leather elbow patches in black (on navy and white stripes)

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With the shirt, I layered on:

FATE Rowen Quilted Vest

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OCTAVIA Brooks Crossbody Bag

A great fall look! I really liked this olive vest, especially with the navy and stripes. I’d pinned the Crossbody bag several times on my pinterest board and was very excited to see Natalia was able to include it in my fix.

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So what did I keep and what did I return?

KEPT!
MARKET & SPRUCE Hans Crochet Front Top
OCTAVIA Brooks Crossbody Bag

Returned
ERICA TAYLOR Karen Printed Straight Leg Pant
PIXLEY Greenich Striped Knit Top
FATE Rowen Quilted Vest

I kept the pieces that I was truly excited about when I tried them on. While I liked the pants, they were just too long for me and I didn’t want to have to think about getting them hemmed. The material for the Pixley top was not my favorite, despite loving the stripes. The vest was very cute, but on the expensive side and really just made me want to find a great running vest!

If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix yet, I totally encourage you to try at least once. There is a $20 stylist fee that is applied to whatever you purchase in that fix and I have always bought at least one item in my fixes. Visit Stitch Fix to fill out your own style profile.

You can see my other Stitch Fix posts here:

STITCH FIX NO. 19 – OCTOBER 2016
STITCH FIX NO. 18 – AUGUST 2016

STITCH FIX NO. 10 – JUNE 2015
ATX BLOGGER MIXER & STITCH FIX ROOFTOP SOIREE
STITCH FIX NO. 9 – APRIL 2015

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I signed up for Stitch Fix and purchased the box myself. I’m sharing my opinions and photos because I think they will help others. This post does contain affiliate links for new sign-ups that gives me a small credit. I want my readers to know that even if this were a sponsored post, it would sound exactly the same because I will always be honest with you and myself when writing my posts and tell you exactly what I think.

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4 thoughts on “Stitch Fix No. 20 – November 2016

  1. Megan @ Meg Go Run says:

    Even though I do not envision ever doing stitch fix myself, I love reading posts about it and seeing what cute clothes bloggers buy! I do love the purse and the vest but I understand some things just aren’t worth the price! I got a super cute maroon vest at Marshall’s last wee. I definitely didn’t need it but I loved it!

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