Happy March everyone! We just listed our house this week and somewhere around 38 families have come to see it already, it’s been mayhem! I still managed to fit in time to photograph my Stitch Fix March 2017 box contents. I had some definite keepers this month, so read on for the details!
Daniel Rainn Beacon Pintuck Detail Silk Blouse
& Just Black Autumn High Rise Skinny Jean
As much as I loved the color and style of this Daniel Rainn Beacon Pintuck Detail Silk Blouse below, priced at $78, I just couldn’t keep it. I have a bad track record of ruining silk, and I’m having to budget a bit as we prepare for the big move. On the flip side, I thought these Just Black Autumn High Rise Skinny Jeans were a steal at $78. They fit perfectly and believe it or not, I don’t own any black jeans, so they were a definite keeper!
Papermoon Norris Split Neck Blouse
I love the print and colors of this Papermoon Norris Split Neck Blouse, paired with my Just Black Adorra skinny jeans from a previous Stitch Fix box . However, it was a bit too long and flowy for me and I didn’t really care for the neckline. It was a decent price at $44 and the fabric was nice, I just wasn’t a fan of the cut and style all around. Thus, this Papermoon blouse was sent packing.
41Hawthorn Keziah Shirt Dress
Once again I found myself liking the print and colors of a piece while really disliking the style. This 41Hawthorn Keziah Shirt Dress comes from a brand that I usually gravitate towards, 41Hawthorn has become a staple in my closet! Priced at $64, I had high hopes for this dress, but it fell flat for me. The elastic waistband kept riding up and the top would bunch up making my big chest look even bigger, so it was sent back.
Romolo Munroe Feather Pendant Necklace
I’m trying to incorporate more gold tones into my jewelry collection, so this Romolo Munroe Feather Pendant Necklace definitely foot the bill. I loved the simplicity of the leaf, it’s easy enough to wear with a tee and jeans but can also be dressed up. Priced at $28, I thought it was a great deal for something I knew I’d get a lot of use out of. I kept it and have already worn it a few times this week!
Stitch Fix March 2017 Recap
I ended up keeping two out of the five items in my Stitch Fix March 2017 box and love them both! If you want to try Stitch Fix for yourself, just fill out your style profile to get started. You’ll pay just a $20 styling fee for each shipment, which is credited towards anything you purchase. Five items will be shipped to your home to try on, you keep only want you want and send everything else back postage-paid! Have fun!