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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

For real? Yes! For real. Now that I have your attention, let me tell you some VERY exciting news!

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For the month of November, if you sign up for Stitch Fix and schedule your very first fix, you can get your styling fee waved. That's right. No $20 styling fee and worrying if you don't like anything then your $20 will be lost. So, if you've been wanting to try Stitch Fix (or been wanting to sign your husband up - that's right, there is Stitch Fix Men!) but you've been on the fence about it, try it, risk free! Click here to get your styling fee waved and schedule your fix!

Try your first fix risk free!If you don't know what Stitch Fix is, let me tell you a little about it. Stitch Fix is basically a personal shopping service. First you fill out your online profile by answering some questions about likes/dislikes, style, sizing, price range, etc. Then you can write a note about what you're interested in as well as link a Pinterest style board to help your stylist know what you're looking for and what your style is. Your personal stylist will then gather some items that she thinks you'd like and sends them to you. You try them on in the comfort of your own home and decide what you do and don't want to keep and then you have three days to send back whatever you don't want. Easy peasy! The styling fee is normally $20 per fix, but is being waved for November if you are a new client. Normally if you send back all the items, you lose the $20. If you keep one (or more) items, they deduct the $20 styling fee from your total and you pay the difference. If you keep all five items, they deduct the $20 from the total and you get a 25% discount on all the items. Pretty great! If you're a new customer and you're interested in signing up, if you want to use my referral code then I'll get small credit to my account and will be forever grateful. As for future fixes, you can schedule them for as often or not as you want. You can auto schedule one to come once a month or you can do like I do and just schedule one when you want one. I usually get between 8-10 per year.


Unfortunately I don't have a new fix to show you today (but I do have one scheduled for later this month!), so I thought I'd show you some of my very favorite items that I've received in my fixes over the months.

Kut from Kloth | Corynne Distressed Boyfriend Short





What I had to say about them: 
Shorts. Yes, shorts. In this fix I had asked for more warmer weather clothes. At the point that I got the fix, the weather was crazy hot (think 80's in February) and I figured summer was on the horizon in California. I normally don't wear shorts, even in the summer, EVER but sometimes it is just THAT hot that you need shorts. Plus, now that I have work events outside, when it is 100+ degrees in the summer, I just can't stand to wear jeans and no matter how white my legs are, I will wear shorts. I saw some 'Dear John' shorts on Pinterest and pinned a bunch for my stylist to see, but she said they didn't have any in stock. I was a little bummed until I tried these Kut from Kloth shorts on...

I LOVED THESE SHORTS. LOVED. And I've never said that about any shorts EVER before. (Can you tell that I kept the shorts???) When I put them on, I immediately loved the material. Now while they are denim material, they are a softer denim. I don't quite know how to explain it, but they were so comfortable. I loved the length, I loved the material, and I loved the slight distressing. I felt that they were so flattering, especially on my (ahem) butt and legs. I don't even know what else to say, but these shorts were perfection.


Kut from the Kloth | Dayna Skinny Jean



What I had to say about them: 
Kut from the Kloth has been my favorite jeans brand ever since I got my most favorite jean shorts EVER back in my 5th fix back in April 2016. In fact, I loved them so much that I went online to try to find them so I could have another pair (Nordstrom (on sale!) for the win!).

The lighting in these pictures is TERRIBLE so it's probably hard to see how amazing these jeans are, but trust me. AMAZING. (See them better here // here). The thing that is so great about Kut from the Kloth is that they have a slight stretch to them, but not enough that they get stretched out over the course of wearing the jeans during the day (or week straight - no judging!) that you wear them. They are skinny and form fitting and FLATTERING and perfect in every way. I don't know where KFTK has been all my life, but I want all the jeans from them. Sadly, I didn't have any luck finding these online to order another one, so Raquel... if you find any, please send them my way!



Kut from the Kloth | Kate Distressed Boyfriend Jeans



What I had to say about them: 
THESE JEANS. They aren't quite my beloved Kut from the Kloth skinny jeans, but they are pretty amazing! I had been asking for some distressed jeans for forever and I was super excited to see that these were in my fix. Not only are they KFTK but they have slight distressing. I don't really know how much is too much, but I don't want a huge hole in my pants, so this seemed like a good amount of distressing to me. Of course these jeans fit perfectly as all other KFTK jeans do. I was a little apprehensive at first because I've been wearing and loving skinny jeans so much lately, but after some texting with Desiree, she convinced me that these would be super versatile and so I just knew I had to keep them. I've already worn them three times this week... and it's only Wednesday. So, needless to say, I love them!

Kut from the Kloth | Benter Mixed Material Top




What I had to say about it: 
My first thoughts on this was HECK NO. I thought the floral was ugly and that I hated it. Even when I pulled it out of the box, I thought I hated it. And then I tried it on and... it grew on me. I've been trying to get away from all my solids and stripes (I am SO not adventurous) and I think this might be a winner. I thought it was flattering and cute on and the floral was a nice touch.



Gilli | Tom Maxi Dress



What I had to say about them: 
I knew I loved this dress from the second that I saw it. How does that song go? "I knew I loved you before I met you..." (yes, I am a child of the 90's - boy bands all the way! lol). It was really love at first sight. I had been pinning this type of dress like a mad woman on my Pinterest board so I was SO excited to see that my stylist had found me one. I immediately loved the black top portion and the pattern on the bottom portion. And an added bonus? The gorgeous back detailing - a little sexy without being too sexy.

In fact, I love this dress so much that I've already worn it a bunch since I got it - once to the Elevate blog conference and once to the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner for the wedding I was in last weekend. And those were just the photographed times I've worn it. Really this dress is perfection. It is so comfortable and flattering and I know it will be staple in my wardrobe for the summer (and even in to the Fall - it looks great with a jean jacket!).




Market & Spruce | Corinna Striped Dolman Top 


[Stitch Fix] Market and Spruce Corinna Striped Dolman Top - Blue
[Stitch Fix] Market and Spruce Corinna Striped Dolman Top - Blue

What I had to say about it: 
When I saw this in the box, I was excited and a little worried. I usually shy away from stripes, but when I tried this shirt on, I LOVED it. It is the dolman style that I love and had been wanting to try and it is a really pretty blue color with black stripes. I found it to be very flattering and hit in all the right areas. The sleeves were a little bit tight at the bottom, but I don't mind enough it enough to make me dislike the shirt. I especially loved the shirt with the jeans which is why I kept them too. The style of this shirt is totally my style. And the color is on point. While I don't want a whole closet of dolman shirts, I'd definitely be interested in getting another shirt like this in the future.


Look by M | Cliff Checkered Woven Infinity Scarf



What I had to say about it: 
I'm not even sure that I put in my style profile that I love scarves, but my stylist, Amy, hit the nail on the head with this one! I LOVE this scarf! While I do have one with similar colors already, the one I have is floral, and this one most definitely is not. This scarf is also a lot "cozier" than any scarves I have in the sense that it hugs around my neck more than the others I have. Most of the scarves that I have hang down, so I liked the style of this one too. It's also super, super soft! I actually wore this scarf the other night for the first time when I went to dinner and the movies with my brother in law, sister in law, and Seth. We sat outside to eat and the scarf helped keep me warm. Definite winner!

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As you can tell, clearly I like the brand "Kut from the Kloth". Actually like is an under statement. I LOVE them. I literally ask for any and all jeans or shorts that my stylist has in stock every time I get a fix. No joke. And these are just a few of my favorite things. If you want to see all of the items that I've gotten in my fixes, click here.

Interested?! Schedule your first fix for FREE. Your styling fee of $20 will be waved if you sign up for your first fix by November 30th (new customers only). But hurry! The offer ends at the end of the month. Click here to schedule your first fix with no styling fee!

3 comments:

  1. Cool! I really like that dress & the scarf. Very cute. :)

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  2. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for the free stitch!!!

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