Well, I am officially hooked on Stitch Fix! I just received my second box and I am so happy with the goodies my stylist sent to me! It is April Fool's Day, but I promise, Stitch Fix is no joke!
Here are my favorite 3 items:
This shirt, I instantly fell in love with! It is soft and comfy. A little more bold than I would normally wear. That is what I like about Stitch Fix...it gets you out of your comfort zone. I wore this with my denim mini skirt they day it arrived! And I am a girl who always washes things first...that's how much I love it! :)
Baltimore Chevron Striped Knit Shirt
And this dress...I would not have given it a second glance at the store. I don't do fall colors. I am conservative when it comes to necklines. I was hesitant as I tried it on... and... I like it... I feel good in it... I'm dreaming of wearing it to outdoor summer concerts!
Gwen Abstract Print Keyhole Dress
This is the cutest skirt! I am crazy about bright colors. I am not sure about this item. It is darling, but I don't know if I need it. And that is important. I have another bright summer skirt I wear often. This one is $78 dollars. A little more than I normally pay for a casual skirt. But it is made in New York. I am willing to pay more for something made in our country. And how cool is Stitch Fix for offering items made here! I would love to know your thoughts. Should I keep this?
Haylee Chevron Print Swing Skirt
|This skirt was made in New York!|
Here is a list of all 5 items. The styling cards show two ways to use each piece. Dress things up or down!
Leota Haylee Chevron Print Swing Skirt $78- Perfect fit, and made in New York!
41 Hawthorn Filbert 3/4 Sleeve Popover Blouse $58 - Too sheer for me.
41 Hawthorn Alessandra Striped & Colorblocked Blouse $54 - Cute top, but too big under the arms.
Loveappella Baltimore Chevron Striped Knit Shirt $48 - Great fit! Fun, soft shirt! Made in the USA!
Tulle Gwen Abstract Print Keyhole Dress $58 - Out of my comfort zone, but I LOVE it! Such a comfortable dress!
Overall, I am very happy with my second fix! Courtney listened to my requests. She checked out my Pinterest style board for inspiration. The items fit into my price range. I asked for a colorful skirt for Spring. I also asked for something made in America and she found two things that I love and are made in the USA. Thank you, Courtney! I appreciate the extra time you took making sure I had a great box!
If you all have any questions, please let me know. I feel like I have been posting more about clothing than ever before. I spent time cleaning out my closet in January and I am dedicated to only adding things I truly love, feel good in, and will use often. I would rather have 33 pieces I enjoy than 100 pieces that are so-so.
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If you would like to know more about how Stitch Fix works, hop over to my first post about the company!
Hope you all have a good day!