This month’s Stitch Fix box was a great one with a lot of fun items that were perfect (or almost perfect) for me. Everything fit wonderfully too which is always a plus! Here’s the rundown on what all I received:
Market & Spruce Dido Mixed Print Knit Top & Liverpool Collen Straight Leg Jean
Let me start with these jeans, oh my goodness I love them. They are the perfect trifecta of stretchy fit, dark wash and flattering look. The Liverpool Collen Straight Leg Jean fits like a glove but feels like sweat pants. Priced at an affordable $78, these were a definite keeper from the moment I tried them on!
The Market & Spruce Dido Mixed Print Knit Top ($58, above) was cute, comfortable and fun. It fit well and I liked the contrast of the basic gray front and floral print back. Although not shown in my photo, the neckline was just a bit high and bland for me. I may have kept it had it been a v-neck or lower scoop neck as it just didn’t feel flattering on me from the front.
41Hawthorn Moni Studded Short Sleeve Blouse & Liverpool Collen Straight Leg Jean
The 41Hawthorn Moni Studded Short Sleeve Blouse below proves a point I made in another recent Stitch Fix post, I pretty much end up keeping everything sent to me by this brand! 41Hawthorn definitely speaks to me, and this month was no exception. Like last month, I loved the studded detail on this blouse. I thought the print was fun and perfect to pair with the Liverpool jeans. Priced at $54 and with a perfect fit, I had another item to add to my closet!
Pixley Alison Swing Dress & Franco Sarto Paloma Cork Heel
I really wanted to love the Pixley Alison Swing Dress, the fabric felt so comfortable and navy is one of my fave colors to wear. At $48 the price was right too, but once again the neckline kept me away. I think a slightly lower neckline or even a tank style in this dress may have made it a must-have for me. I was on the fence about it for a bit, it really was comfortable and would pair so well with a jean jacket for a casual day out or heels and statement jewelry for a night on the town. Ultimately though, I decided to send the dress back.
Franco Sarto Paloma Cork Heel
The Franco Sarto Paloma Cork Heel was just not me in any way. I didn’t so much mind the upper part of the shoe, but the big chunky heel is not my thing. I don’t mind the cork, but would’ve preferred a wedge with a bit more height to it perhaps. I feel like these just shortened my already short legs and the straps weren’t really all that comfortable either. These were priced at $89 but were an easy decision for me to send back.
Have you tried Stitch Fix for yourself yet? I’d love to hear your thoughts on your most recent box if so! Not a Stitch Fix subscriber? It’s only $20 to try a box with zero commitment, and if you decide to keep any of the 5 items they send you, you can use the $20 as a credit towards what you keep! Visit StitchFix.com to fill out your style profile so they can customize your box, then come back and let me know what you think!
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