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The holidays are almost here! I hope you're close to finished with gift shopping and wrapping. If you're like me, you still need one or two more stocking stuffers, and Stitch Fix has you covered in that department. They offer personalized styling for men, women, plus-size women, and expecting mothers!
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What did Stitch Fix send me for the holiday season? I asked for seasonal-but-casual clothes for the variety of Christmas activities we do in December -- cookies & milk with Santa, my office holiday party, visiting Philadelphia's traditional German Christmas village, and our family's annual Christmas Eve party. My stylist, Jenn, really came through!
First up is this plaid henley by MIX, which goes perfectly with my GAP bootcut jeans and a pair of tan booties from Target. I wore this when we took our son to cookies & milk with Santa.
Next up is my favorite from this Fix, this green-and-black Lidy Cowl Neck Knit Top from Olive & Oak. It's so comfortable! I'll definitely be wearing this to the family's annual Christmas Eve party with black skinny jeans and black slouch boots.
Next up, for slightly more formal holiday occasions, is this Zander Sweater Dress by 41 Hawthorn. It's a thick material, and very warm. The style suggestions that came with my Fix recommended pairing it with white heeled sandals and a white coat or pewter wedges and a teal blazer, none of which I own, but it does look great with my burgundy flats from DSW.
It doesn't look very Christmas-y on its own (though I like that, because I can wear it throughout the chilly months, not just at Christmas), but with the Goleta Three Way Convertible Cardigan from Leo & Nicole (also from this Fix), it does look very festive. Tie the cardigan in the front, in the back or wear it open.
And finally, this Fix included this Emmalise Wool Coat from Coffeeshop, to keep warm in the winter season.
It's the only item I sent back, because even though I did like it, I already have three winter coats.
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