I was so excited when Stitch Fix they reached out wanting me to try out a box with some recently added Karl Lagerfeld Paris pieces! I love that Stich Fix is constanlty adding new brands to their offerings… keeps things exciting. If you’re not familiar with Stitch Fix it’s basically an on-demand online personal styling service (straight and plus sizes and men too).
You complete a survey to assess your size, style, and personal preferences, and a virtual personal stylist will curate a box of five pieces of clothing and accessories. Return what you don’t like, no cost (pre-addressed shipping bag included!). You can pause or cancel your Stitch Fix membership any time. Stitch Fix isn’t an algorithm but actual human stylists there to help you find your personal style.
So back to the look! We all know Karl Largerfield is famous for his work as creative director for Chanel. However, he has his own label and the pieces( exclusive to Stitch fix) that I received in my box are super cute!! So Parisian chic.
I’m a classic, feminine girl at heart, so black and white always speaks to me. My stylist did a great job of picking these pieces out. They coordinate so perfectly. The jacket, I loooovve. It’s so me and can be worn year-round. The top is a classic style that belongs in everyones closet. You can literally style it a million ways. My stylist also included this chic skirt to coordinate with the Karl Largerfield items. The cut is not really something a have a lot of in my closet. It was a welcomed addition.
I love that I can wear these pieces together and separately in so many different ways. I also received this really cute blue button-down with sunglasses embroidered all over!
This box was pretty much a total win. I may send back one top that just isn’t my color but I really do enjoy the service and am most always impressed with how my stylist gets me.
If you’re not a big shopper, don’t have time to shop, tired of buying things you regret or just like the idea of a monthly box of goodies coming to your doorstep, you should maybe give Stitch Fix a try!