Mama, you know I love you.

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and I can’t help but get a little into it.  I mean, I get into most any holiday that involves gifts if I’m being honest… (Stay tuned for a chance to WIN a GIFT for YOU at the bottom of this post – spoiler alert – it’s a Stitch Fix gift card!) More importantly, this day celebrates and honors who we are and what we do every day, which is pretty nice. AND, it’s the one day of the year where I feel pretty comfortable getting all mushy and bragging on my own mother. She’s been busy killin’ the mom game since the 80’s. I find myself caught up in parenting dilemmas… Do I know what to do? (panic sets in) Oh, wait! Norma taught me this one! I got it! Thanks Mom.

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She didn’t teach us ‘normal’ mom lessons, like cooking, curfews, and finishing homework. We had Sonic, Hardee’s, and Pizza Hut menus memorized before we were in first grade. Does anyone know if Pizza Hut still sells ham sandwiches? If they do, jump on that… I have some taste bud memories that make me want to pick up the phone right now and order one for breakfast! She did, however, teach us some really cool stuff that I think a lot of other kids missed out on. I’ll share some of her wisdom with you if you’d like… I know you’re not a kid anymore, but better to learn now than never, right?

A cluttered house-car-room = a cluttered mind.

This little nugget of wisdom doesn’t need a lot of explanation. For everything that my mom lacked in the cooking arena, she made up for in cleaning. And when I feel overwhelmed, the fastest way to slow my heart rate is to get the car cleaned out and vacuumed or spend a few minutes scrubbing a toilet, organizing a closet, or purging toys. Now that I think about, this may only apply to women in our gene pool. But whether it clears your mind or not, everybody could stand to clean up a little bit, my mama said so.

Laughter really is the best medicine.

Norma is one of the funniest people you’ll ever meet. She doesn’t have much of a filter and will say exactly what’s on her mind, no matter how weird, embarrassing, or random. (Like that time she told our pedi-cab driver that she needed a colonic!) She has a crazy, loud, mega-contagious laugh, and wherever she goes that laugh and her sense of humor makes her friends.

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Be confident and humble.

She’s one of the best compliment givers around. If she thinks you’re having a good hair day or you did an exceptional job on your makeup, she’s gonna tell you… She’ll chase a lady down in the grocery store to tell her how impressed she is with her shoes or her patience with a crying baby. She’s an encourager. But, if you’re 11 and your teeth are bigger than Chiclets, or your shirt makes you look 10 pounds heavier than you really are, she’ll tell you that to. The lesson? You’ve got a lot going for you, but you have flaws too. Your best qualities don’t make you better than anybody else, but they do make you perfectly you. Embrace who you are and be proud, and be proud for everyone else too.

Pay attention to the needs of others.

There was this girl in my Kindergarten class. She was (a lot) bigger than me and m.e.a.n! I would complain about her to my mom, and she’d say, “Sheena, you don’t know what she’s going through at home, just keeping trying to be her friend.” Never once did she say, “Oh, you go tell the teacher!” or “I’m gonna have a talk with her mom!” Instead, she learned her story. She discovered that she was being raised by her grandmother, who was also raising many of her cousins. They didn’t have a lot of money, and they struggled. This girl wore shoes two sizes too big. They were hand-me-downs from an older cousin, and her grandmother couldn’t afford new ones. My mom bought her a new pair that fit. At nap time, she had my teacher switch out her old shoes for the new ones. I watched and learned. I learned that people are just people, and we all need help from each other. If you take the time to understand someone’s situation before reacting to how their behavior affects you (or doesn’t) magical things can happen.

Alright, that’s all your getting today. Don’t be sad, I have to save some for next year! If you can’t wait that long, go spend some time with my mom. She’ll make you a better person.

Mom, if you’re reading this, thank you for being you, for teaching us the important lessons, giving me confidence, the ability to laugh at myself, a love for all people, and for being a friend. And, in the words of Boyz II Men, you know I love you.

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Beauty Box 5: April Box Review

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Beauty Box 5 is a monthly beauty sampling subscription service. Each box contains 5 beauty products to try. The April box was themed ‘Take a Hydration Vacation!’ and had 3 full sized items and 2 ‘deluxe’ samples. And by deluxe, they mean enough of a sample that you actually get to use it! No tiny dime size squirts of shampoo happenin’ over here! Products can include hair care, makeup, fragrance, body and nail care. You can see a full list of brands they carry on their website! Subscriptions start at just $12 a month, and shipping is always free! Also, if you love any of the items in your box so much that you’d like to purchase more (or if you want full sized versions of samples), you can do that in the Beauty Box 5 online store!

Alright, let’s get to the goodies…

Soapbox Sea Minerals Body Wash

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Let me just say that this stuff smells like a mix of sunscreen and ocean waves! It’s filled with aloe, shea butter and sea minerals. This is a deluxe sample, and I’ll be sad when it runs out! Lucky for me (and you), it’s available at Target! And only $5.99 for a full sized bottle! The good news doesn’t stop there. For every full sized product purchased, Soapbox gives a bar of soap to a person in need. Type the ‘Hope Code’ found on the side of your bottle into their website to see exactly which project your purchase is supporting.

Jelly Pong Pong Paradise Pigments

Jelly Pong Pong Paradise Pigments

When I first saw this I thought, “Whoa, way too bright for me!” But Jaylin and I tried it on, and it’s not nearly as neon on our lips. It makes them feel super soft and moisturized! They say you can even dab some on your cheeks and use as a blush. I opted against that, mainly because my makeup style can best be described as minimalist and my cheeks pretty much stay red all on their own. You can buy your own Paradise Pigment in the Beauty Box 5 store here for $19.95. It comes in two colors!

Maskeraide All Eyes On Me Hydrating Eye Gels

Maskeraid All Eyes On Me Hydrating Eye Gels

These were the first thing I tried out of the box! They were fairly simple to apply, but I had a little bit of a hard time getting them to stay in place at first. As time goes on, they stick a little better. They’re double-sided, so you get two uses out of this deluxe sample! Micah didn’t want me looking too much younger than him, so he used the reverse side right after I finished. I won’t say any miracles happened, but I did like the way my under-eye skin felt when I was done! I’d definitely use these again! You can purchase the very same deluxe sample I received in the Beauty Box 5 store for $5.

Chella Passionate Pink Moisturizing Lip Pencil

Chella Passionate Pink Moisturizing Lip Pencil

A little goes a long way with this lip pencil. It also felt soft, but I liked the Jelly Pong Pong pigment a little better as far as moisturizing goes. The color was a little more orange than I’d normally use, but it’s staying in my makeup bag for when I want to change things up a bit. You can buy one here for $18, and click around to see all that Chella Beauty has to offer, including additional colors in the lip pencil!

Global Beauty Care Green Tea Makeup Remover Wipes

Global Beauty Care Green Tea Makeup Remover Wipes

I added makeup remover wipes to my nighttime routine a few months back when a friend introduced me to them. So far, I haven’t been loyal to any particular brand, just buying whichever package is speaking to me. These Global Beauty Care wipes are the best smelling ones I’ve used (and I like the packaging)! Added bonuses: they’re pH balanced, hypoallergenic, and designed to tone and improve the look of wrinkles and dryness. Only $1.99 for 30, I may have found my brand. You can buy some here in the Beauty Box 5 store.

If you go through and add up the retail cost of everything I received, you’d be out $50.93 if you bought everything! You would end up with a full sized bottle of the body wash instead of the sample, but that’d be the only difference. And this subscription box only costs TWELVE dollars! I call that a BIG win!

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Little Passports #2

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Today has been crazy. Dylan cried because I didn’t have her corn dog ready the instant she wanted it, Enzo cried because Roman got the last yogurt, and Roman cried, well, because he’s Roman. I thought about joining them and crying too, especially after the gallon of Crystal Light spilled into every crevice of the fridge after Roman kicked it trying to find another yogurt for Enzo. Nap time couldn’t come soon enough. Unfortunately Dylan is usually the only one doing any napping around here… so I’m always hunting ways to entertain the other two without losing my mind! Lucky for me, our second Little Passports box arrived just yesterday!

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The boys were super excited! We got out our World map from the first box and spread it out on the table. “Look, America!” from Enzo. I was excited he remembered! This ‘box’ actually came in an envelope, but it was no less packed with fun than the first box.. The theme this time was World landmarks. Included was a note from Max, Mia and Toby (the little explorers that guide the kids on their Little Passports journey), a new activity book, landmark stickers to add to our map, a flashlight activity (that the boys LOVED!), a hang tag and sticker for our Little Passports suitcase, a Leaning Tower of Pisa post card, landmarks trading cards, and small landmark trinkets (another kid favorite).

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Jaylin and Zander weren’t home this time to steal away the activity book, so the boys got to do all of it. All of the activities were age appropriate for them (patterns, mazes, matching, etc.) and they really enjoyed it. It’s amazing what a little organized activity does to calm them (and me)! Plus, they’re learning!

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They had a great time using the little ‘flashlight’ to find the hidden landmarks on this card. And, they took turns!

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We added the landmark stickers to the World map. I’m still impressed with the durability of this thing… It’s survived a whole month in the Stewart house! That’s really saying something. After stickers, we placed the trinkets where they belonged on the map and I read to them the information about each landmark on the trading cards and in the activity book.  We really had a lot of fun with this and it helped make a would-be hectic afternoon go super smooth! ….AND it was Earth Day! Like I had it all planned! #winning

We were given a 3 month subscription to Little Passport’s Early Explorers Subscription, specifically geared toward children aged 3-5, at no cost to us for review purposes. Monthly subscriptions are $17.95, but you can save by committing to 6 month or 12 month plans! They also offer a World Edition subscription for children aged 6-10 and a USA Edition subscription for children aged 7-12! There’s something for everybody, and I promise your whole family will love it! What are you waiting for? Sign up today!

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Lyon + Post Review #2

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If you missed my first Lyon + Post review I’ll fill you in right quick on how it works. You create an account on the Lyon + Post website, start shopping and adding things to your ‘queue’. Once your queue has 4 available items in it, they ship your box (within 24 hours)! If you have more than 4 available items in your queue, they ship the 4 on top… so be sure to arrange your queue in the order you want to try things. I’m learning as I go here, and turns out that once you ship items you don’t want back (or tell them you want to keep everything), your next box ships right away! Happy surprise! I had added more expensive things to my queue this time. One thing I really love about Lyon+ Post is that you can try things you normally may not (because they’re pricey – or just a little weird), and there’s zero risk! Shipping is free both ways, you only pay for what you keep, and you get $30 credit if you sign up using my referral link! You’ll also get $30 credit every time someone you refer makes a purchase! Be sure to shop the sale section! Many of their items are high-end and pricey, but you can find great deals if you hunt!

Ok, so ready to see box #2?

n:Philanthropy Boyfriend shorts ($109.50 on sale)

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I mean $110 for shorts is crazy, right? I do have a little credit, but it’s still not enough for me to wrap my head around that price tag. Could 10 more of you go sign up so I can increase my Lyon + Post budget? Please?! These shorts are great, super comfortable, perfect length and color… but I just can’t. (sad face) <White Pocket tee is part of my #momuniform  from Two Scrambled Eggs!>

Ibt-Ibt Dew Romper/Overalls ($85.20 on sale)

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This was like soft, adult-sized baby clothes. Good.. and bad… and strange. Front wedgie and saggy bottom, a big NOPE.

Bailey44 Dynamite Dress ($59.15 on sale)

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I liked this one okay. The fabric is nice and thick, and I love to wear red. I just wasn’t too sure about the ruffles. I haven’t sent my box back yet because I can’t decide on this one. What do you think?

Cynthia Vincent Shirt Jumper ($127.75 on sale)

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This thing is both expensive and weird, and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t love it! It’s basically a prison jumpsuit in snake print, and it would be a comedy every time I had to go to the bathroom… but it hurts me to send it back.

I’m leaning toward sending the whole box back this time, but I think I’ll take one more day to decide. Good thing they give a 7 day try-on period! Would love to hear what you think!


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Birthing Babies

About once a month, sometimes more often, I find myself huddled over a Dollar Tree pregnancy test… just waiting for something to happen. Even now, more than a year post-vasectomy, I find myself throwing a handful of tests in the cart with all the candy and purple Fabuloso (try some, smells fantastic). Finally, after 12+ months of negative results (which, in our case, is positive), I’m finally settling in to the fact that it’s very unlikely that I’ll ever give birth again. It’s a relief really, but also makes me sad. The 5 days my children were born are my favorite days, and I’d do it all over again without hesitation… I’ve been feeling  hormonal sentimental lately and reminiscing and wanted to share the memories with you.

Laying in bed with Micah one night, about 9 or 10 or 11 months pregnant with Jaylin, I remember feeling completely panicked. I hate, HATE, am terrified of needles. At least I was at that time. I remember thinking ‘why could I not have been born a man?’, ‘why can’t men do this part?’, ‘why does HE get it so easy?’… I was f.r.e.a.k.e.d. out. Turns out I was the lucky one. I’m sure he would’ve traded places with me had he been able.

I started dilating and contracting a week early with Jaylin. I worried I wouldn’t know when I was in real labor. I went to the hospital to be checked, not labor. They sent me home with Ambien to help me sleep, and I had hallucinations. So, that option was out. My mom promised me I’d know when it was really labor, and, as usual, she was right. By the time we got to the hospital I was hurting so bad I didn’t even feel the IV that I’d been dreading, or the epidural. Once I was numb from the waist down, free to watch the contractions zip by on a monitor and not feel a thing, I was a happy camper. They don’t warn you, though, that you can’t feel anything down there – or control it. A couple hours into the fun I let out a big, loud fart with my in-laws in the room. Nobody saw that coming. Fun times. Hopefully they’ve forgotten by now… no worries, blogging Sheena here to remind you. The epidural did slow my labor down a little, but we were only in the hospital about 8 hours before I was dilated to a 10 and pushing. Three big pushes and she was out! Over, right? Hardly. Another thing nobody tells you is that you have to birth the baby’s twin (aka the placenta). Gross. Micah was so impressed, asked if he could keep it and put it in a jar. Have to watch that dude; he’s just a little weird.

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That’s the face of a Momma with an epidural and numbness from the waist down after weeks and weeks of contracting!

I started having those real labor contractions during week 37 of Zander’s pregnancy. It was like a repeat of Jaylin’s labor, except he shaved a couple hours off her time and there was no flatulence! Three weeks after he was born, my Grandmama passed away. It made sense why he came so early. Had he been born on time, I would’ve missed her funeral. He’s such a thoughtful little critter.

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Enzo wasn’t so kind. He’d made a home in my womb and ignored all notifications of eviction. He was my first induction. Induction contractions hurt. They hurt worse than the ones I’d had with the first two, and they came fast! I worried I wouldn’t get an epidural, but I did… just in time. As I was about to start pushing, a herd of nursing students was ushered in to watch. I’d given permission, but it was sure awkward to have 15 people huddled around my stirruped legs staring at my lady parts. The only family I allowed in the room while giving birth to any of my kids was Micah, so I certainly wasn’t used to an audience. While I was resting between pushes, one of the students asked, “Do you plan to have more children?” “This really isn’t the best time to ask,” I replied. Lots of laughter with that one. Enzo made his exit soon after, and the entourage left us in peace.

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We scheduled an induction with Roman, on a Friday. Never schedule an induction on a Friday. Why? Because if you happen to get ‘bumped’ because too many women in active labor have showed up ahead of you, you will be expected to wait until Monday. Three days to wait at the end of your pregnancy is like someone eating the last Oreo right in front of you after you’ve already poured your milk. I got up at 5:30 Friday morning to call and see if we could come in… ‘No,’ they said, ‘let’s try again Monday.’ Hysteria. Ugly crying. Four hour bath. I didn’t sleep at all that night. Woke up having REAL labor contractions, took a shower to see if they’d stop. Nope. Go time. When we got to the hospital I was dilated to a 2. Not good. They said ‘we’ll just watch you for an hour and see what happens’. No way Jose, this baby is coming. We’ll see. Thirty minutes later I was begging Micah to get the nurse. She doodles in, checks me, 8. I’m dilated to an 8! Doctor runs in to check for herself. Yep, 8. They bring in a wheelchair to get me to my room… no time! I run, backside fully exposed in my hospital gown, to the room and jump onto the bed just in time for the next contraction. The nurse is trying to get my arm for an IV, but I jerk it from her. Ready to push, get a doctor! Ten minutes later tiny little 6lb Roman is out. No IV, no epidural, 45 minutes start to finish. Most painful thing I’ve ever endured and also the speediest recovery. I was up and moving around the room minutes after birth. Very cool, very not worth it… I’d take the epidural over that every. single. time.

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I’m sure you can imagine how nervous I was for Dylan’s birth. I felt pretty certain I’d have her in the car on the way to the hospital and started begging for an induction around week 35! And we scheduled one, on. a. Friday! I’ve never been so anxious on a phone call as when I called that morning to make sure we could come in. I’d already been having contractions and did NOT want a repeat of Roman’s entrance! Luckily, they were ready for me. But the surprises with labor and delivery never stop, and I was already dilated to a 5 when we got there. Ended up not needing an induction after all, another fast, easy birth.

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I’m definitely not one of those people that enjoyed being pregnant. I was sick and tired and grouchy. I got stretch marks and puffy cheeks, and wanted it to be over around week 12. But I fell in love with labor and delivery. Yes, it hurts. Yes, it’s exhausting. But I loved and cherish every second. And now I’m having a little baby fever… nobody tell Micah!

Have a funny story from your labor? I’d love to hear about it

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Mac & Mia Box #1

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I recently posted on the Stitch Fix BST page asking if anyone new of a clothing subscription box for kids. Jaylin has been begging for a Stitch Fix box of her own for a while now. She may not look much like me, but the girl has definitely got some of my habits! I got two recommendations, one for KidPik and one for Mac and Mia. I looked into KidPik first, and quickly signed Jaylin up… They have really affordable, cute clothes. and they send seasonal boxes! Unfortunately, we found out the wait for the first box can be up to FOUR weeks. Nobody in our house is all that patient, so I looked into Mac and Mia too. Sadly, more disappointment. They only send boxes for children up to size 6, and Jaylin is in 7’s and 8’s. But all was not lost! I went ahead and signed Dylan up! And wouldn’t you know we had a box within a week! Jaylin was sad, but she was excited for Dylan too… and only THREE weeks now until her KidPik box will be here (hopefully)! We’ll be sure to post all about it when it gets here.

Mac and Mia works very similar to Stitch Fix. You fill out a short style profile for the child (or children) you’re signing up. Dylan’s stylist (yes, my 1 year old now has a stylist!) emailed me to ask more about her and what we were looking for… I told her that Dylan loves comfortable clothes, bright colors, Minnie Mouse, polka dots, and flowers, and that it’s already getting hot here in Oklahoma. We emailed back and forth a couple times AND we received a very personalized note in our box. Two thumbs up for customer service! When your box ships, you’re charged a $20 styling fee. It’s applied to purchases if you keep two items. Now, on to the fun stuff…

Miki Miette Skye Shorts ($34) and Maui Caftan Top ($38)

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Ok, so I should add that the average price per item with Mac and Mia  is $35. I did ask that they keep budget in mind, but these are boutique brands… so this is probably the lowest price point we’re gonna see in this box. Luckily for the budget, Dylan was not too happy with the elastic waistband in this outfit!

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It’s back in the box.

Joules Bright Floral drop waist dress ($48)

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There’s the flowers we asked for!  Dylan liked this one, but I’m not sure it fit right… It’s sized 2/3 and is just a little too big on her. Plus, she has a little baby pot belly, and I’m not sure drop waist works with that.

Everbloom Polka Dot bubble shorts ($35), Nano Racer back tunic ($22), and Peppercorn Kids Summer Floral loveable necklace ($12)

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Loved this little white tank! The necklace was super cute too, but she refused to keep it on. The shorts are bright and polka-dotted, two things we asked for… but the fabric is kind of stiff. We’re undecided about them.

JoJo Maman Bebe Brenton Stripe dress ($32)

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I think her faces pretty much sums up our feelings on this one. Drop waists definitely aren’t her thing, now we know…

JoJo Maman Bebe Broderie Angelise dress ($36)

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This one is a keeper! We loved everything about it!

Overall, I was super impressed with this box. It’s very personal. The stylist, Lindsay, really listened to everything I told her about Dylan and what we wanted. The prices were the only thing I wasn’t crazy about, but they do offer a 15% discount if you keep the entire box. We could keep everything in this box for less than $200. It’s no Target, but not completely outrageous either. I’m thinking we’ll keep the Broderie dress and the racer back tank for sure, maybe the polka dot shorts too. This is definitely something I’d like to try again… sure wish they had Jaylin’s size!

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Stitch Fix #12

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It’s my Stitch-fix-aversary! TWELVE boxes! A whole years of fixes! I couldn’t be more pleased with this company. Their customer service has been exceptional and my wardrobe has greatly improved! If you haven’t jumped on board yet, you’re really missing out. Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription service. They send 5 clothing and accessory items styled just for you in each box. You can choose your frequency; I get one once a month. They charge a $20 styling fee for each box that’s shipped, but you can apply that $20 to your purchases. Get started filling out your style profile by clicking here! Be sure to link your Pinterest style board too! It really helps your stylist decide what to pick for you… You can see mine here!

Here’s what I got in this month’s box…

Paradigma Gwenifer Kimono ($54)

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I am loving floral print right now, and purple, and this kimono had both. It went straight from the box to my closet! Boyfriend jeans are Just Black and pocket tee is Zsupply; you can buy both at Two Scrambled Eggs!

41Hawthorn Ela Jersey Dress ($78)

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I thought I wouldn’t like this dress when I peeked (You can ‘peek’ after your box ships to see what’s coming. Just download the Stitch Fix app and click ‘begin checkout’ once you get your shipping notification.) Turns out this dress was so comfortable, a perfect length for church, and the color was great. But I kept a very similar printed dress in my last fix (see it here) and I just couldn’t justify keeping a second.

Miz Mooz Tahira Ankle-Strap Sandals ($98)

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These are also on my feet in the dress picture. I already own one pair of Miz Mooz shoes, and I love them. If these had been a neutral color I might’ve been able to justify the price because I’d wear them more. They’re super comfortable, maybe a little wide. I did find a neutral pair here on Amazon for $50!

Market & Spruce Xander Short Sleeve Woven Back Sweatshirt ($54)

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I usually like mixed media tops, and I think I may actually have this one pinned… but it just seemed weird to me. The front feels very warm and wintery, and the back is light and airy and sheer. This was the only thing in this box that I didn’t like at all.

Liverpool Callista Printed Cuffed Denim Short ($58)

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I don’t have any shorts this length because I don’t like the way they look on me. These almost changed my mind. They’re a fun print, stretchy, and comfortable. Unfortunately, they’re a little big in the waist, and I think the next size down would be too tight in the thighs. I found a really similar pair here on Amazon if you’re interested.

If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix yet, what are you waiting for? I’m one year in and looking forward to many more!

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