Hooray! I’m finally back to Stitch Fix! I took an extended box break after my February fix, because I went and got massive pregnant and then wanted a few months to rebound after Miss Mabel’s appearance.
Truthfully, I got a box before we went to Destin last month and it was awfullllll. I had mentioned in my notes that I was postpartum and nursing and I just definitely shouldn’t have done that. I got four hideous button down shirts and a maxi skirt. Nope nope nope. So I ate the styling fee, freshened up my Pinterest style board, requested a specific stylist who has styled me before, and requested things I normally would. And I am SO glad I did that! This box was one of my favorite boxes I have ever gotten. When I peeked(I always peek at what I’m getting) at my box I told Jim to watch out because this might be a 5/5 😉 Fortunately for him, it’s only going to be a 1/5 but that one piece I’m keeping is probably my most favorite Stitch Fix item I’ve gotten so far! So, without further ado, here is my Stitch Fix review #8!
Megan is adorable and she totally killed it. Megs is def going to be styling my next fix!
Pixley Tracy Dot Print Cross Back Knit Top
This shirt was an almost almost almost keeper. In fact, I *might* regret not keeping it. It is super stretchy and light, actually fabulous for nursing because I can toss a nursing tank underneath it and be good to go. It isn’t super clingy and of course, I’m all about those polka dots.
I couldn’t help but feel like it made me look a little bigger than I actually am, and so ultimately, after much deliberation I decided to send it back.
41Hawthorn Roll Tab Blouse
This shirt was cute but not 100% my style and not stretchy. As in, I had a hard time getting it on and off because it was so “fitted”. It did have an adorable pearl detail on the sleeves that I really liked, but yeah, back in the box it went!
Brixon Ivy Romford Stretch Lace Knit Top
When I saw this on my style card I had such super high hopes for it. Purple is one of my favorite colors to wear and I love the girly lace detail. Unfortunately, I didn’t like the built in tank top AT ALL. It was super short and you could see my bra straight through the shirt. No bueno. So, bye bye beautiful lace shirt that I wish would have worked.
Kut From The Kloth Siena Cropped Pant
I specifically requested a pair of colored pants for fall. I’ve seen lots of beautiful reds and greens floating around out there so I was hoping to snag a pair for myself. This burgundy pair is gorgeous and I was beyond thrilled after I crossed my fingers, toes, and myself that I fit perfectly back into a size 6 again(holla!!).
But seriously- a side note- how Stitch Fix has managed to send me perfectly fitting pants every single time is like magic. How do they do it?! I can’t shop for pants that fit by myself. How they can do it is some sort of sorcery.
Anyway, I got a serious case of the sads when I realized these were not only cropped pants, but cropped pants on my 5 7 frame. Pair with booties? I don’t think so. These pants were straight up capris. Not going to work for fall or winter- and because of the color, won’t work for spring or summer either. So, these particular pants were sent back, but I’m still going to hold out hope for a full length pair of colored beauties soon!
Brixon Ivy Fierro Elbow Patch Crew Neck Sweater
And here she is. My most favorite Stitch Fix item ever ever. When I pulled it out of the box I legit squealed. Possibly did an excited jump thing.
It’s gray(love). Has elbow patches(love). Fits like a glove(love). Is 100% totally my style(love). And yeah, you’ll probably be seeing me in this sweater all fall and winter long. Fair warning.
So what do you think? What would you have kept? I’d love to hear your thoughts about this Stitch Fix review!
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