I think my husband is officially tired of hearing about Stitch Fix. I’m always counting down the days until my fix arrives. 🙂 If you’d like to learn what stitch fix is all about, go back and read about my first Stitch Fix box that I received last month.
I opened my box and immediately read the note from my stylist. She mentioned going back to look at my Pinterest board that I created with styles I like. She even had a shirt that I pinned in stock and included that in my box!
When I unwrapped the paper, all my clothes were neatly folded and tied creatively tied together with the sash to the dress. In this fix, I received 4 clothing items and a blue polkadot canvas bag. I decided to keep everything except the bag since I already have way too many canvas bags and totes.
Here is everything that I decided to keep!
1) Moni Horseshoe Print Stuf Detail Top – This was actually the style I had pinned on my board. The original I had pinned was actually a light pink pattern while this has small horseshoes. I wore this shirt out to dinner with my husband that same night and he commented that he hadn’t even noticed that the pattern was a horseshoe until I pointed it out to him. The stud detailing and the way the sleeves lay on my arm both really unique and make this shirt stand out.
2) Hailey Geo Print Tie-Waist Dress – I love this dress and purple is my favorite color! The tie waste actually has loops a few inches lower than where it is in the picture. That’s not a great spot for me, so I plan on cutting off the loops and putting in a few stitches on the side seams to keep the tie higher. I actually do this with a lot of dresses because it flatters me better. It’s the perfect dress for me to wear while I’m teaching in the warmer months.
3) Noelle V-Neck Tribal Print Tunic – In my last fix, I asked for tunics I could wear with leggings, but everything I received was too short. I noted this to my stylist and this month I received two tunics that are long enough for me! Being tall makes it difficult to find tunics long enough without being too big. I love the chevron pattern and the colors. It’s super comfortable and something I can just totally throw on in the morning while still looking put together!
4) Giovani Beaded Neckline Tunic – This was the most expensive item this month, but I love the way it looks. I’m usually afraid to wear whites, but it’s really nice to have a white shirt as an option. It’s difficult to see, but the neckline is completely beaded and the fabric does have a slight texture to it.
Basically you can see that I have kept each piece of clothing that was sent to me in my last 2 fixes. Because there was a mixup this month and I was sent a bag that I didn’t request, I was still offered the 25% off deal for buying all of the items in my box, but I did send back that bag. The customer service team is wonderful!
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