Stitch Fix #3
Hello, friendly faces!
Bringing you one of my favorite posts to share- my latest Stitch Fix review. This is #3, guys! Honestly, when I see a Stitch Fix box on my front porch, I get so excited. I have so much fun tearing into the box to see all of the fun stuff my personal stylist picked out. I also really enjoy trying all of my picks on and mixing and matching the pieces with clothes that I already own. If you’re new to Stitch Fix, check out my first Stitch Fix post to find out what all of the excitement is about and you might be interested in my #2 Fix, as well.
My lovely note from my personal stylist-
Marci Dress ($78) First out of the box was this super fun summer dress! I was really looking to add a few summer dresses to my wardrobe, especially with a trip to South Beach on the horizon. This was just what I had in mind- comfy, light, with a super playful print. It’s a keeper!
I just had to update this post after wearing this dress out to dinner in Miami. Love it- it can be dressed up or down and is super comfy!
Le Lisa Tessa (between $68 & $88) Next up was another fun dress! I requested summer dresses because I just don’t have very many and with a trip to Miami and a baby shower in the coming months, that’s what I’m really looking to add to my collection. I requested that I not be sent shorts because I went on a “shorts shopping spree” at White House Black Market during one of their sales. Pulling the dress out of the box, I thought it was really cute and Landen said it was “totally Miami”, but I just didn’t think it looked right on me. The back kind of jutted out making my backside look wider than it actually is and this is before the 21 day fix, mind you. Even though, Landen thought I should keep it, this dress was returned.
Bad blogger alert! I was thinking I had snapped pics of my styling card and receipt, but oops… I forgot. I’m not sure of the exact name or price. Ribbon Blouse ($38ish) I really wanted this blouse to work- the colors are gorgeous, it’s cute, comfortable, very summery and the back was adorable.
It just wasn’t meant to be- the blouse was too blousy, if that makes sense. In my style profile, I had my top size listed as small, but I’ve updated it to x-small. Many of the shirts I’ve received would look better if they were a little smaller. Unfortunately, this had to be returned.
I don’t remember the price or name of this one. I’m thinking it was a little pricey, though. My goofy face pretty much says it all- I just couldn’t quite figure this blouse out. Another one, I really wanted to love, but the sewn-in underneath cami had me perplexed. I don’t like how the sheer layer is much longer than the cami. I tried tucking the cami in, but that didn’t look right either. Although I’d love a similar white lacey top, the style just wasn’t right for me- returned it.
Magguie Lasercut Detail Blouse ($44) Last, is another top I felt like was a wee bit too large. I really liked the color, though, and this would make a great summer work option. Plus, I have some lacey white shorts that it paired really nicely with. I decided to keep it.
This wasn’t my best fix, but that may be my fault. I had pinned the Brixon Ivey dress on my “My Style” Pinterest board and I think a small is not small enough for many of the Stitch Fix tops. I’m short and don’t have much in the chest area. Ha! I’ve updated my sizing and I also requested Tiffany, who was the stylist from my first fix (which was a home run), style me again. I cannot wait for Fix #4!
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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