My January 2016 Stitch Fix Review

As I write this post, I am settled into my blue metallic table in the comfiest mid-century modern thrifted chairs occasionally glancing out the window to a snowy, snowy Presidents Day (no work for me!!) with some good ole Jason Aldean playing in the background. Because I oddly like (nay, love) country music now…after decidingly wanting hate it for years. Yet here I am grooving along to it in preparation for seeing Jason Aldean, Thomas Rhett, and A Thousand Horses in concert on Friday.

I’m really enjoying this moment right here, so I thought I would just set the scene and share it with you. It comes with a very, very inner-happy-peaceful Megan too, who had an amazing weekend spending time with friends and being so happy to spend Valentine’s Day by myself, doing what I want and being so grateful for all the love in my life. Love is not just a significant other. It is so, so much more.

Ok, that got a little off track and contemplative but I just feel so good and happy!! I hope you do too.

Anyways, back to the real point of this post…STITCH FIX! Ah, I love Stitch Fix. I am actually going a little crazy this month because I am deciding to skip getting a fix this month to help save on the budget. Other things are taking priority so no more clothes this month. Sigh. Instead, we will reminisce on how AWESOME the January 2016 Stitch Fix was!

If you’re new around these parts, stitch fix is a personal stylist company that hand picks 5 items based on your style and size. You get assigned your own stylist, and she gets to know your style based on your pinterest fashion board, style profile, and feedback you leave on your previous fixes. In turn she hand picks out pieces she think will make you look – and feel – great and sends them to you along with styling advice and a personal note. Love that part so much!

41Hawthorn Joan Faux Leather Panel Detail Sweater

This sweater is totally rocking. I love it. Yes, it is 95% because of the faux leather detail on the sleeves. It just makes me feel styling and edgy, plus it’s comfortable, and I know I will reach for it all the time. Plus, it’s nice to have some more solids in my multi-colored, vastly patterned wardrobe. Welcome home sweater, welcome home.


RD Style Angus Split Back Mixed Material Sweater

First, the color – right?! Blue is my jam. I think it works great with my hair and complexion and bright colors just make me feel good when wearing. Plus, the back is just so fun and different. You can’t see it in these pictures but there is a little split back part above the buttons. You can wear a cami under it for more conservative settings (like work) and not wear one when going out on weekends!


Margaret M Emer Jacquard Print Tall Straight Leg Pant

Ok, so fail here on the no picture. These were so pretty but ultimately they fit me funny. They were a little too short….but I strategically scheduled this fix to be when I was visiting my friend in Richmond who is also hooked on Stitch Fix and my size as well. She tried these on and they were perfect on her. So she got to keep them!

Fun2Fun Banta Back Strap Blouse

I loved the back detail on this shirt! However, the pattern was not really my style plus it didn’t fit me great (it wasn’t very stretchy and was just a little too tight in the chest area). It was a little too handkerchief/country looking for me but someone else fell in love with it on the Stitch Fix Facebook group where you can sell your items to other Stitch Fix lovers. So off it went to a good home.


Mavi Freida Skinny Jean

I honestly don’t know how they do it, but Stitch Fix has delivered me THREE pairs of amazing jeans. I can’t tell you how hard it is for me to find jeans that fit well, don’t sag, and are long enough. Enter pair number three. I asked for a dark rinse and these didn’t completely deliver n that aspect but oh my goodness the softness, the stretch, and the fit sold me on first try-on. Plus, all my friend kept telling me when I was trying on the clothes was “Keep the jeans, Megan. Keep the jeans.” Well, I did. And have basically worn them constantly. And have persuaded way more people than one should to touch them because of how soft they are.


Whew! All caught up on my back-log of Stitch Fixes….just in time to put myself in a Stitch Fix drought. Boo! Maybe March I will get another one? It all depends.

Want to see more? Check out my other reviews!

my february 2015 stitch fix review

my march 2015 stitch fix review

my april 2015 stitch fix review

my may 2015 stitch fix review

my june 2015 stitch fix review

my july 2015 stitch fix review

my august 2015 stitch fix review

  • Lauren Reardon

    Can you please give me the name of the Facebook group where you sell your stitchfix items? I have some to sell that I have never worn! Thanks in advance!ReplyCancel

    • Hi Lauren! I am in the Stitch Fix B/S/T and discussion group. You can search for other groups according to size as well. They are a great option! I’ve had some good luck selling things there!ReplyCancel

  • You are rocking this fix! I love both of the sweaters that you kept and also the jeans. The faux leather on the black sweater really makes it special. You were smart to schedule a fix when you were visiting your friend and it’s great that she could wear the pants. I’ve got a fix coming next week and asked for white jeans. I hope that I get lucky and that they fit.ReplyCancel

    • Ooo I bet they will deliver on the white jeans! I’ve seen some great Kut from the Kloth ones floating around in people’s fixes. I am really happy with my last fix…which makes me want another one so badly but I must refrain. I will live vicariously through yours instead!ReplyCancel

  • Great Fix! What are the grey pants that you’re wearing with the mixed material button-back sweater? They look great — and if they’re SF, I’d love to request them!ReplyCancel

    • Thank you! They are Stitch Fix. They are Liverpool pants from my November fix that is linked above! They are AWESOME!ReplyCancel