It’s beginning to feel a lot like fall around these parts! September 1st hit and the weather took a turn. I’ve already busted out my Hunter boots and my riding boots. I haven’t brought myself to make or eat anything pumpkin yet but it’s not far away! I received Stitch Fix #29 last week and it was full of fall goodies. Here’s what I got…
Edyson Hampton Corduroy Skinny Jean & Papermoon Gardner Button Back Detail Blouse
Look at these jewel colors! So pretty. I love the navy background of the top with hints of mustard and green. The button detail on the back is so fun. The pants are a rich burgundy color. While I love this outfit I don’t think I would wear it very often. I can’t see myself reaching for colored pants as much as I would denim. Both items returned, unfortunately.
Market & Spruce Chaplin Lined Hooded Anorak Jacket & Loveappella Jolli Knit Top
*Don’t mind my dirty jeans. Parker was climbing all over me with muddy feet. I tried to edit it out but made it look worse!
The Market & Spruce Chaplin jacket is gorgeous. It’s lined with a dark navy stripe and has a nice pop of orange along the front. I was half tempted to keep it even though I have a jacket almost identical. I had to remind myself that we are going to Cabo next month and stick to the budget! I did keep the Loveappella Jolli top though. It’s gray and white and made out of the softest material. This is probably the 7th or 8th Loveappella top I’ve kept because they are so soft! I just want to live in them. I also love the split back detail and the fact that it’s a little longer and covers my bum.
Romolo Genevieve Stacked Chevron Pendant Necklace
I had to ask the ladies in my Stylish Mama Facebook group if chevron jewelry was still in style. The style has been around for so many years, I just wasn’t sure. The answer was YES! So I kept it. I can pair this necklace with lots of different tops and dresses. It’s simple yet makes a statement.
What do you think about the items I kept? I’m missing the jacket already! Parker was next to me while we shot these outfits. She wanted in on the action too. Blogger in training…
Want to try Stitch Fix for yourself? Here’s a little information to get you started…
is a personal styling service for woman. They send 5 pieces of clothing
and accessories every month or however often you want! The cost is
$20.00 per fix and the styling fee is then subtracted from anything you
purchase. You have three days to try the items on and return them in the
postage paid envelope they supply. Each Fix also comes with a set of
styling cards and a note from your stylist. If you purchase all 5 items
you get a 25% discount.
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