So I am going to make this a quick Stitch Fix review as we are heading out to Hawaii tomorrow and this mama hasn’t even started packing yet….eeek! It’s ok I work better under pressure lol.
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Obviously I am still struggling with that because, as always, I would love some help deciding what stays and what goes. I have to decide quickly because the items I am saying goodbye to need to be in the mail today! Thank goodness for their prepaid return envelope! Hopefully I won’t have to put too many items in it though
1- Pixley- Shelly Spaghetti Tank Dress- $78.00. Status: SENT BACK
I really wanted to like this but I just didn’t think it really did much for me, especially with where it cuts off to the white patterned part. It also belled out and I don’t think it was very flattering. I did like the fabric though because it was really soft and felt like it could be worn dressed up or very casual. The cinch waist was nice too but I wasn’t sure how tight to pull it and it just made the dress flare out even more. Unless you see something I don’t I am pretty convinced this is going back.
2- Renee C- Jennifer Graphic Print Kimono Cardigan- $48.00. Status: KEPT
Winner winner chicken dinner! I have two more kimonos I love, but this one definitely looks different from the ones I have so why not add another? I love the colors and the pattern and it instantly dresses up any outfit. I knew I was going to like it before I even tried it on. This was my favorite item of the fix!
3- Kensie Jeans- Johnny Skinny Jeans- $88.00. Status: KEPT
When I see jeans show up in my fix, I usually cringe. How in the world would jeans that were mailed to me fit on the first try? I am the type that needs to try on several pairs at the mall before I find some that fit the way I like them to. I will have to say these were great!! They might be just a little big because of how stretchy they are but I like that they aren’t too tight. I really love the length on them too. They are the most expensive item in my fix though….so far Im a fan, but what do you think? As you can see I love it with the kimono as well.
4- Zad- Toren Layered Beaded Necklace. $38.00. Status: UNDECIDED
I saw this item in one of my friend’s fixes and I told her to send it back, but here I am considering it for myself. She had a different color, and she said she would never actually wear hers so maybe I was just supporting the fact that she didn’t seem to like it much. I think it’s kind of cute though. I wear a lot of black and neutral colored clothing so it might be fun to have a statement necklace to dress up some of my outfits. What do you think?
5- 19 Cooper- Luke Zip Front Abstract Print Blouse. $64.00. Status: SENT BACK
I just couldn’t get into the pattern on this shirt. Even if it was the perfect fit (which I don’t think it was) I don’t think I could have convinced myself to like the design. I do like the back, and I thought the zipper detailing was really unique, but for $64.00 I just wasn’t even close to loving it. Send back for sure right?
That’s all for this fix!! I would say it was a good one overall. I am going to keep going with this because some of my very favorite clothing I own now is from Stitch Fix and they are items I would never have picked on my own. I love that it gets me to step outside of the box when it comes to my rather neutral colored wardrobe. Thanks again Stitch Fix….my addiction is still in full swing! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and look forward to catching up after our vacation!