Stitch Fix Review-November


I’m finally getting around to sharing my Stitch Fix box with you. In case someone reading this is not familiar with Stitch Fix, I explained it all here.

Stitch Fix has been a fun thing for me to share on my blog. I’ve gotten to meet some of the ladies that work at Stitch Fix through Skype and I was supposed to head to San Francisco a few weeks ago to tour Stitch Fix and meet everyone.

Unfortunately some things came up and I wasn’t able to make it. I was soooo disappointed!!

Anyway, I wasn’t able to get a picture of me with all my pieces on but I have worn a couple of them and I’ll share them with you on Wednesday.

Here are the items that were in my box:

1. Ashmore dot print cotton henley shirt-This is a great shirt and I have several ideas on how I’m going to style it.


2. Toulouse collared wrap dress-I love a wrap dress and the red color is perfect for the Christmas season. Can’t wait to wear this one!

Toulouse Collared  Wrap Dress

3. Julia utility jacket-I’ve been wanting one of these all season and I’ve finally have one. Yay!!

Julia Utility Jacket

4. Camelot Stripe & Polka Dot Cardigan-I did not own a cardigan before I started Stitch Fix (not kidding). I have several of them now and I love wearing them.


5. Davida sleeveless colorblock knit dress-This was the only item that did not fit me, it was a little snug in my hips. I wanted to keep all five so I would get the 25% discount. Luckily, it fit my daughter so she got a new dress. 🙂


They always send style cards for each item. They did it a little different this time. Instead of being on each item, they were all attached together.

I love keeping these cards. I go back and use them all the time to help me style the pieces.

stitch fix cards

Well, that was my November Stitch Fix. All in all, it was a really good one. If you would like to sign up for Stitch Fix, you can go here.

Did you know that Stitch Fix has a blog? They answer all kinds of style questions!

Beauty for the Heart~~Thank [God] in everything [no matter what the circumstances may be, be thankful and give thanks], for this is the will of God for you [who are] in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 (AMP)

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  1. Oh no! Make sure you’re specific with what you want if they’re not sending you the right stuff.
    You can also do a pinterest board of things you like and share that with them.
    Hope that helps!

  2. Hi Cyndi.

    I love that red dress, and I am not usually a dress “girl,” I think you will look beautiful in that dress. I, too, am still subscribing to Stitch Fix. I look forward to that package coming in the mail. 🙂

    Love your beauty for the heart today. I’ve been given a health scare that I’m a little worried about. I’ll keep this verse in mind and heart as I go through it.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

  3. Most of these pieces are soo “you” Cyndi!! It’s amazing… Love the red dress especially! Hope you have a very wonderful week!!

  4. Oh, that was a really good one! Maybe for my next, I’ll say “See Cyndi’s. I want that!” They seem to be putting me in things that are really not my style at all or are very “old” for my age. You scored a great one this time.

  5. Yes, it is a good thing to still be able to “Give thanks always for all things unto God, and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.” Eph. 4:20
    In some countries it is not a privilege to serve the Lord. I hold onto my Bible and am thankful we can still serve our risen savior!
    I love the stitch-fix clothing that you wear! Sadly my body type would be too complicated to receive clothes by mail. I would probably like an item too much and be disappointed if it didn’t fit. 🙂 I am still after a new hair style so I will check out the link on the Fall hair trends. I am always up for a new do!! LOL Have a great Thanksgiving, Cyndi!