I’ve been anxiously awaiting Stitch Fix #2 and this past weekend, look what arrived at my door.

Stitch Fix #2

You may remember my first Stitch Fix and how I kept everything… oops! Be sure to hop over to my post and read all about my first fix and additional details about the way Stitch Fix works. Or head directly to the Stitch Fix website and check it out for yourself.

Stitch Fix #2

Since my stylist had obviously hit it out of the park with #1, I couldn’t wait to see what she picked out for me this time. I absolutely love the personal touch of the note detailing my stylist’s thoughts on the choices she made and acknowledging that not all of my notes were followed for the first fix.

Stitch Fix #2

I was super excited to see that she made picks based on items I had recently pinned on “My Style” Pinterest board. Just on spec, I loved the two tops and wasn’t quite sure about the other picks. I was the same way the first time, though, and it wasn’t until I tried things on, that I was really able to get a feel for whether or not they were hits or misses.

Stitch Fix #2

I immediately tried on the Simpson Halter Blouse ($58). I’m drawn to the colors and cute style of this top… now I just have to find a proper bra to wear with it! It’s a little pricey for a sleeveless summer top, but it’s great quality and when you love something, it’s hard to pass it up. {Verdict: Keep} This top goes perfectly with my Kensie ankle biter skinny jeans from the first fix. I’m pretty much obsessed with those jeans! I actually wore this look to work, today, with a light short-sleeved open cardigan.

Simpson Halter Blouse ($58)

Next up, I’m sharing the Brisa Chevron Pendant Necklace ($28). It’s a long look that was just okay. I don’t wear long necklaces often and I really don’t have much to pair with this piece of jewelry. I’m kind of picky about jewelry and this necklace had a “cheap look” to me. {Verdict: Send Back} It should be noted that if I would have wanted to keep all of the apparel picks, I would have kept this to get the 25% off discount, that you get for keeping all five pieces.

Brisa Chevron Pendant Necklace

The Sami Cut-Out Detail Blouse ($48) definitely rivals the Simpson Halter Blouse as my favorite piece! As you can see from the style card, above, the back detail is really cute, and I would have shown it off, but again there were bra issues. 🙂 {Verdict: Keep} Like the Simpson Halter Blouse, this top is made really well and is a lovely fabric, so I splurged.

Sami Cut-Out Detail Blouse

Landen really liked the Sloane Colorblock A-Line Pointe Shift Dress ($78). Ha! I was on the fence with this look and if I would have loved and kept the shorts, below, I would have kept this too. The fit was super cute and it would be great for work, but the material was a little heavy for summer and I didn’t really care for the way the zipper down the back looked. {Verdict: Send Back}

Sloane Colorblock A-Line Pointe Shift Dress

The Norene Linen Cuffed Shorts ($64) really did me no favors. They did not look flattering on me at all. Comfortable? Yes. Stylish? No. {Verdict: Send Back}

Norene Linen Cuffed Shorts

I’m pretty satisfied with the pricing of everything, except the shorts. In my opinion, $64 was way too much for these shorts, even though they would have technically been free if I were to keep everything. Since I was on the fence with so many items, I decided to just keep the two tops that I really loved. While, they’re both a little pricey, I can see wearing them a ton this summer.

All in all, I’m happy with the fix. I will be leaving notes for next month- I need looks for upcoming travels to Miami and a baby shower! Can’t wait for #3!

Stitch Fix #2

Something to think about….

What do you think about my picks, this month? If you see something you love, don’t hesitate to pin one or more of my picks.

Have you tried Stitch Fix? If so, please share your thoughts.

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