My Stitch Fix March 2016 box was another fun one for me, and I found two new items to add to my wardrobe from this month’s box. I also decided that I’m officially a 41Hawthorn junkie, practically every item they send from that brand finds a permanent home in my closet! Here is a breakdown of what I received in my Stitch Fix March 2016 box:
41Hawthorn Lisbon Stud Detail Blouse
I thought I’d start off with my fave item this month, the 41Hawthorn Lisbon Stud Detail Blouse, priced at $58. I adored the stretchy fit of this top and well, I’m a sucker for black clothing, so this was an easy decision for me. The stud detail is fun and the neckline is perfect for me. It’s a bit sheer, but nothing major and it’s easy enough to throw a black cami underneath. It’s a keeper!
Kut from the Kloth Kate Boyfriend Jean
I paired the 41Hawthorn top with the Kut from the Kloth Kate Boyfriend Jean in white, priced at $78. I really love Kut from the Kloth jeans, they are so comfortable, fit perfectly and have a great stretch to them. However, I’m not very good at owning white clothing. My last pair of white jeans got stained the very first time I wore them. I can’t even blame it on my kids, I somehow sat in chocolate! So, as much as I love my other boyfriend jeans from this same brand, I passed on these.
Street Level Amber Calf-Hair Clutch
How cute is this Street Level Amber Calf-Hair Clutch?! I knew it was a keeper the second I saw it. I love the calf-hair look, it adds some depth to the purse and makes it a bit more interesting. The back of the clutch (not shown) is just solid black, so it’s a nice contrast. At $48, I thought it was a decent value for the money. Plus, it’ll go great with the large selection of black clothing in my wardrobe!
Crescent Benedetto Open Back Blouse
I liked the color and print on the Crescent Benedetto Open Back Blouse and thought the back cut-out detail was cute, but the fit just wasn’t right for me. I felt like I swam in this blouse, almost like it was a maternity top or something. I even pulled it in a bit for the photo below. It was quite a bit more sheer than the 41Hawthorn top too and I’m not a huge fan of ultra sheer clothing. The price was decent at $48, but I opted against keeping this blouse.
Gilli Tatiana Quilted Skirt
Although cute in its own way, the Gilli Tatiana Quilted Skirt wasn’t really “me”. I’m not a huge floral print person, though I did like the colors. The quilted look also isn’t my fave, but at least this skirt was really comfortable, complete with an elastic waistband! Priced at $64, this was an easy decision for me to send it back. I love the two items that I did keep from my Stitch Fix March 2016 box though, and I look forward to another box next month!
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