Styling my Stitch Fix Box: A Collaboration

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Styling my Stitch Fix Box | Teacherfashionista | Jules

*This post was created in partnership with Stitch Fix through and I was gifted a box of products & received a payment in exchange for content creation and a feature. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting this brand collaboration!

Stitch Fix is a great option for those who aren’t into shopping, putting outfits together, or are just too busy to get to the store or mall for updated outfits and new trends. When Stitch Fix wanted me to try a box for some teacher looks, I was excited to see what it was all about!

Signing Up

Stitch Fix has styles for men, women, and children! They make it easy to set up an account with your email and a password, or you can connect using your Facebook or Google account. Once I made an account and got inside, I thought that defining my style preferences through their “quiz” was really easy and fun, and I also enjoyed their “style shuffle” board. Stitch Fix also has an area where you can choose a budget to keep the box within your spending limits. The whole process is all very user-friendly.

My Box

As a teacher who loves to try trends AND stick to pretty classic clothing, I was thrilled to see the pieces that came in my box! I shared my “Fix” unboxing on Instagram, and got a lot of messages from others who really liked the contents I received as well, so will share all the details in this blog post! Once I went through my box, I just had to decide what to keep and what to send back – and again, it was a quick and simple process that Stitch Fix directs you through via a box content list, style idea cards, package slip, and emails with quick steps to finish up your “fix.”

Emory Park “3/4 Sleeve Cross Front Knit Top”

Striped tops, in my opinion, are a staple wardrobe item every woman should have! The options for styling them seems endless, and you will find that you get your money’s worth. I love wearing stripes with colored skinny pants, leggings, jeans, skirts, under puffer vests, moto jackets, blazers, cardigans, and my favorite – with a denim jacket. This one fit great, and even has nice length to leave out, do a front-tuck, or knot. See the style ideas below!

Outfit Details:

Emery Park Striped Top c/o Stitch Fix (Size S)  |  Knee-high Boots are sold out, Similar here and here  Black Booties / Budget-friendly option here and here  Denim Jacket  Black Blazer  |  Scarf  Black Skinnies

FORTUNE / IVY “Sabria Knit Dress” + Toms “Majorca Cut Out Heel”

With spring right around the corner, I had the biggest smile when I pulled out this floral number! It looks so cute with boots or booties and cardigans or jackets right now in our cool weather. Then, when our warm air hits in a month or two, I’ll be pulling out the off-white cut-out heels I was sent, too! The dress and heels are the cutest pair. I like the brown soles – they keep the dress casual, yet give me height since I’m only 5’5″ tall.

Styling my Stitch Fix Box | Teacherfashionista | Jules

Outfit Details:

Fortune + Ivy Knit Dress c/o Stitch Fix (Size S)  | Knee-high Boots are sold out, Similar here and here  |  Toms Cut-out Heels c/o Stitch Fix (I got my normal size)  |  Long Light-weight Cardigan  |    Denim Jacket 

Colette “Romey Cold Shoulder Knit Top” + Prosperity “Lena Released Hem Super Skinny Jean”

In my initial style quiz, one of the questions was to include colors you love to wear. Olive is always at the top of my list, and this olive top did not disappoint with the coolest “slit shoulders” on the sleeves! What a fun little detail. It is a little shorter than I would normally choose, however, I really like how it looks with a tuck or a shirt around my waist.

Outfit Details:

Colette Cold Shoulder Top c/o Stitch Fix (Size S)  |  Prosperity Jeans c/o Stitch Fix (Size 2 – I’m usually a 25/26 in jeans)  |  Bow Mules are old – Other bow styles here and here  |  Similar Plaid Button-down Shirt here and hereLong Light-weight Cardigan  |  Necklace


I loved finding ways to style my Stitch Fix outfits for work! I think the whole process is really helpful, and also think it would make a fantastic gift for girlfriends, relatives, and family members. If you’d like to give Stitch Fix a try, join here! and get $25 off! Let me know if you sign up, and tag me in any photos or videos you take in your goodies!

Thanks, as always, for stopping by to read my blog!


2 Comments on “Styling my Stitch Fix Box: A Collaboration”

  1. I just love the pieces they sent you and I feel like it’s so helpful to see all the ways you styled each!! SUPER CUTE!!!! Those shoes are my fave and they look perfect with that cute floral dress!!!

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