As most of you know, I’m obsessed with StitchFix. This is my 4th box, and every single box has been money! I mean Danya my stylist, is awesome, I would love to meet her someday in person, because she rocks my world every month.
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February – StitchFix #1
March – StitchFix #2
April – StitchFix #3
May – StitchFix #4
My Top 5 Favorite Things About StitchFix:
1. It’s like Christmas once a month
2. It’s convenient
3. It’s not overwhelming – only 5 pieces :)
4. Everything is handpicked just for ME!
5. It helps diversify my style – and makes me feel confident in whatever I’m wearing
Here is what came in this month’s box!
I asked that in this month’s box to not receive any jewelry, as I need more clothes. :) So, I’m thankful that I received 5 clothing options.
Pomelo // Alan French Terry Asymmetrical Zip Cardigan
Review: I loved the color. Super cute and comfortable. I prefer it open vs. zipped up. It is perfect for a casual day.
Pomelo // Jamie Button Down Cotton Shirt
Review: At first this was a little too preppy for me, but then I looked in my closet, and I was like I have nothing like it, and it is a great casual top. And sometimes I look for something like this in my closet. As much as it’s not 100% my style, it is something that I would like to have in my closet. In fact, I’m wearing it right now, with jean shorts. haha.
41Hawthorn // Linda Cross Front Knit Top
Review: Off, I wasn’t sure about the front of the shirt, but on, I fell in LOVE. This is by far one of my favorite pieces I’ve received so far. I love the “tight” fit of the top, and it accentuates some of my best features. The color is also perfect. 2 thumbs up!
Papermoon // Garland Geo Print Maxi Skirt
Review: Okay, I know a lot of you love Maxi skirts, but I’m 5’2″, and when I saw it in my box, I was kind of worried how it was going to work out. Turns out GREAT! I’m not always a huge fan of the Maxi, as sometimes it’s just like a big cover up, but I found this particular maxi to be really flattering.
19 Cooper // Malia Chevron Border Tunic
Review: Off, I thought this looked really cute. I like it, but it’s kind of long for a tunic for me, and not enough shape to wear it as a short dress. I honestly love that it was shown as a cover up in the “how to wear it” note, because I definitely need more cover-ups. I also, think this is perfect for a sailing trip, or any type of beach trip. I thought I would try it with jeans, and it’s not that bad. But, it’s a little too conservative for me to pair with jeans regularly.
As per usual, I kept it all. I have kept everything from every fix. Why? Because it all fits great, and I love diversifying my closet. I did give feedback to Danya, that I would prefer some edgier pieces, because that is more me, and more “neon” colors rather than pastels, as that is more me too. So, we’ll see what the next fix looks like. But, I find that I need something for so many different occasions, that often what comes in my fix, I could use someday. As long as, Danya, keeps nailing the fit, I can’t imagine ever sending something back.
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