After trying on the Alpine Plaid Wrap Scarf with the Nori Pullover Sweater from my December Stitch Fix Shipment, I was already convinced that this was a great box of clothes. If you missed those pieces, you definitely want to click over to the first page of this post. Now that you’re here, I can’t wait to show you an alternate way to style that plaid wrap scarf.
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Don’t let the way I initially styled the Alpine Plaid Wrap Scarf fool you. It’s called a wrap scarf for a reason. This was a whole lot of scarf and it also works perfectly as a wrap. I slipped on a comfortable white long-sleeve top and wrapped myself up in the warm plaid goodness.
Now I don’t know whether to wear the green sweater ensemble or this outfit in my imaginary Christmas photo.
This outfit was unbelievably cozy. I might wear it next time I take a long drive with my husband. I’m always cold in the car anyways. This way, my stylish outer layer will validly double as a blanket.
Filbert Abstract Striped Henley Blouse
The third item in my December Stitch Fix box was a teal green Filbert Abstract Striped Henley Blouse from 41Hawthorn ($58). I kept on the gray pants and boots, I just traded the Old Navy tank for a black one.
The top isn’t really my style and that’s ok because part of the fun of Stitch Fix is experimenting with new styles that you wouldn’t try on ordinarily. Unfortunately, in this case, my instincts were accurate. The print and color combination just weren’t my personal style. The blouse is also a little boxy for my taste.
I actually have the same blouse in maroon (although I would actually call it red) that I received in my 11th fix. I don’t have very many red clothing items so I kept that blouse despite it’s boxiness. You can see more photos in this blog post.
Zappo Printed Mixed Material Top
The 4th item I tried from my December Stitch Fix was the Zappo Printed Mixed Material Top from 41Hawthorn ($58). This lightweight sweater was so interesting to me. It had a funky print on polyester material, but the sleeves and back were a knit sweater material.
I’ll be the first to admit that the print is a strange and it borders on something a grandmother would have worn in the 197os. I didn’t despise the print and I liked the pops of coral in the print, so I decided to keep the top. I liked that it had knit sleeves and was different from everything else that I own.
Freida Skinny Jean
I kept on the mixed material top while I tried on the Freida Skinny Jean from Mavi ($98) that Layla also included in my fix. The item name uses the word “jean” pretty liberally because these pants were not denim. They were navy skinny pants. And because they weren’t made of denim, they had a lot of stretch and were much more comfortable than most of the actual jeans in my closet.
The jeans looked great with the Zappo Printed Mixed Material Top and my brown riding boots.
The boots are from Enzo Angiolini and I purchased them a few years ago. If you are looking for a similar style, I found this great pair on Amazon. They’re not available in my size, but I wish they were!
The pants were not only comfortable, but they also fit great. I was pleasantly surprised to see that they didn’t sag in the back.
This pair of pants was definitely a keeper!
Ask for the Gift of Stitch Fix
Whether you are a regular Stitch Fix customer or admired my own fixes from afar and have been curious about trying out the service, a Stitch Fix gift card would make the perfect gift for you. You just have to ask. I actually have an entire Pinterest board dedicated to my holiday wish list. If you are looking for a little supplement for your next fix, be sure to ask for a Stitch Fix gift card! You can even pin this image to your own Pinterest board and share a link with your family and friends so they know just what to get!
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More December Stitch Fix Styles
If you are in search of more Stitch Fix styles to pin for your stylist during the winter, you have come to the right place! These previous posts are filled with plenty of stylish looks to keep you warm during the coldest months of the year. Click any of the images to read more and remember to pin your favorite pieces.