Stitch Fix #16: Fall is here!

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We finally felt a little break in the hot weather here in Oklahoma, and its got me fully ready to embrace all things fall… including the clothes! I was so excited to see fall-ready items in this month’s fix!

What is Stitch Fix?

Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription box for women (men’s version coming soon!). You can sign up here,  fill out a style profile, link your style pinterest board, and your personal stylist will choose five clothing and accessory items to send to you based on your preferences. You will be charged a $20 styling fee when you’re box ships, but it’s applied to anything you decide to keep. You can choose how often you receive a fix; I get mine monthly.

In this month’s box…

Let’s start with the things that are for sure going back. First, the Ellis Elephant Print Infinity Scarf by Octavia ($28). I loved the colors, but didn’t like anything else about this one. Elephants aren’t really my thing I guess.

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This Honey Punch Layla Elbow Patch Detail Cardigan ($48) seems to be pretty popular on the Stitch Fix group boards, but I’m just not a fan. It’s very comfortable, but I felt like it made me look like a box.

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And the last definite no, these Ink Love & Peace Sophia Wide Leg Pants ($68). These are super comfortable and I’d probably wear them all the time, but I just can’t justify nearly $70 on lounge pants.

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The ole budget is only going to allow me to keep one thing out of this box, so I need to decide between these last two tops. First, the Brixon Ivy Fierro Elbow Patch Crew Neck Sweater ($58). It’s comfortable, has cute lace patches on the elbows, and would go with just about any kind of pants… including my Kut from the Kloth Chrissy flare jeans I’m wearing in almost every pic in this post.

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Or, the Market & Spruce Barty Henley Tunic ($58). This one is also super comfortable, but a little dressier. My hair is covering them in the pic, but it has little gold buttons down the front. I love the length and the cut and, of course, the color.

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Which do you think I should keep? Please don’t say both or I’ll tell Micah it’s all your fault that I HAD to blow the budget.

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Stitch Fix #15: My stylist is back!

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If you’ve been following along, you know I’ve had a few disappointing Stitch Fix boxes in a row. I didn’t even post my last fix because I just wasn’t excited about it. (Yes, technically, this is box #16!) When this one arrived, I started pulling things out and trying them on before I even read my note… I was too excited about everything. I should’ve known it had come from my favorite stylist, Julie. She’s been on an extended vacation, but she’s back… and I’m a happy camper! Her note was very personal, mentioning my need for longer maxi dresses, my request (from months ago) for more neutral sandals, a bag perfect for a busy mom… she even referenced my Pinterest board! She really does her homework and makes me feel important. Thanks Julie!

What is Stitch Fix?

Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription box for women (men’s version coming soon!). You fill out a style profile, link your style pinterest board (here’s mine), and a personal stylist picks five clothing and accessory items to send to you based on your preferences. You are charged a $20 styling fee when you’re box ships, but it’s applied to anything you decide to keep. You can choose how often you receive a fix; I get mine monthly.

What’s in the box?

Here’s what I got this month…

Gilli Ryland Maxi dress ($78)

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I loved the floral print and colors on this one. Julie went up one size to make sure it was long enough for me, and it was! It’s also super comfortable and bra-friendly. Win-win-win! My only issue is the side view makes my rear look even bigger than it already is. I may regret it, but I’m probably sending this one back.

DV8 Darma Fringe Ankle Strap Sandal ($65)

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These are really cute. I love the fringe tassel, love the neutral color, and the price isn’t too bad. Unfortunately, they seem a little two wide for my narrow feet. Almost great, but these are going back too.

Dear John Finnegan Roll Cuff Short ($58) and Ezra Maud Mixed Material Knit Top ($48)

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These shorts. I’ve heard Dear John shorts were great, but this was the first time I’d tried them on for myself. I love the length, love the color, love the fit. I’ve already worn these out of the house, so – obviously – they’re staying with me! Julie sized up in the shirt because they were out of my size, and she knew I’d love it… and she’s right. I do love the shirt. But it’s just a tad too big, and I don’t love that the back is sheer. I don’t like having to layer in summer time.

Octavia Kavita Graphic Tote ($48)

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I’m about 85% sure I have ‘no bags’ checked in my profile. Bags aren’t really my thing… but Julie saw something on my Pinterest board that made her think I might like this. And wouldn’t you know, she’s right. It’s even better in person than the pic. I love big bags, and I love all the color. Last thing I need is another bag, but I’m thinking about keeping this one anyway!

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I have to give a shout out to my little sidekick, Jaylin. My full-length mirror had all it could take and shattered. I wasn’t sure how I was going to get pictures of all my outfits this month… Micah does NOT know how to get my good side! …and then Jaylin volunteered to help. I wasn’t optimistic about the outcome, but she was so sweet and did such a good job. We had so much fun! “Turn your head a little this way.” “You’re smiling a bit too big.” “Let’s try this spot over here by the fence.” “Mom, you look amazing!” I just love her to pieces! (For those that don’t know us personally, Jaylin is my 7 year old daughter.)

Are you ready to give Stitch Fix a try? If you use my referral link, we’ll both get $25 credit! But hurry, you have to receive your first box by July 28 for this offer to be valid! And Jaylin would be happy to help you snap some pics if you want to show your friends what you get! 😉

 

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Stitch Fix #14

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Well, I just received my 14th Stitch Fix box. I ‘peeked’ when it shipped and was skeptical about what was coming. My boxes are usually pretty consistently my style, but this one looked off. (You can peek at your fix once it ships using the Stitch Fix app for iPhone. Just click ‘begin checkout’ and you can flip through pics. Don’t complete the checkout process until you’ve received your box and tried everything on!) Not a Stitch Fixer yet? You can sign up here! Complete your style profile, link a style Pinterest board, and you’re first box will be to you in no time! You will be charged a $20 styling fee once your box ships, but it’ll be applied to any purchases you decide to make.

When my box finally arrived and I read the note, I realized the reason everything looked different. A new stylist. Julie has styled my previous 12 boxes. She knows my style and is able to pick things I’ll like even if I didn’t request them… but she’s on vacation. I’m hoping that really means she’s on vacation and not that she’s moved on from her job at Stitch Fix… because I really liked her! We’ll see.

Ok, let’s see how the new stylist, Jenn, did. I don’t remember everything I mentioned in my note to her, but my number one request was solid color dresses or rompers that could double as swimsuit cover-ups…

THML Beaumont Split Neck Top ($48)

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To be honest, I didn’t like anything about this shirt. It made me look a full size or two bigger than I am, the material isn’t soft, and it’s a tad too short for my long torso. An easy no.

Papermoon Belise Shoulder Detail Knit Top ($44)

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…and another easy no. I didn’t like the mix of patterns (thinking I need to just say no to paisley on my profile), the fit felt like a maternity shirt, and the fabric was clingy. If you’re wondering, yes, I’m on my knees taking pictures. My full length mirror took one too many hits from my little minions and broke (sad face).

Papermoon Lorene Crochet Detail Knit Top ($44)

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Now this one I debated keeping. I love the color and the crochet detail. It’s just a tad shorter than I’d like, and something about the way it fit didn’t work right for me. In this pic, and the ones above, I’m also wearing my Just Black boyfriend jeans from Two Scrambled Eggs! I own them in three colors because they’re awesome! If you don’t have them yet, you’re missing out… trust me.

RD Style Gregory Printed Short ($48)

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Jenn suggested that these could be used as a swim cover-up. Not exactly what I had in mind for that, but they are cute. The waistband is nice and wide, but I had to pull them up pretty high to get the length I liked. Just didn’t fit quite right, so I sent them back too. White tank is Z-supply from Two Scrambled Eggs!

London Times Maegan Lasercut Knit Dress ($88)

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Not gonna lie, I love this dress. The fit is very feminine and flattering and comfortable. But it’s white. I was scared to even try it on with my kids nearby. Moms with 5 kids under 7 don’t wear white dresses. I guess changing my profile to say I’m 28 and don’t have kids backfired on me with this one! Oops. I reluctantly sent it back. If Jenn (or my next Stitch Fix stylist) happens to read this, please send me this dress in black or red or any color other than white.

If you’re following along, you’ve figured out that I sent the whole thing back this go round. I’ve been striking out a lot lately, so I’m trying to decide if I’ve just become spoiled and picky or if I need to adjust my Pinterest board and profile. I’m still having fun with it, but it sure would be better if I loved everything I tried on… maybe next month!


 

 

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Stitch Fix #13

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So, it’s that time of the month again! Wait, not that. It’s Stitch Fix time! I have to admit, this box was pretty disappointing, but we’ll get to that in a minute. First, for all the newbies that are discovering Stitch Fix for the first time, let me give you the basics. Stitch fix is a clothing subscription service. You can sign up to receive boxes every 3 weeks, monthly, quarterly, pretty much as frequently as you’d like. You fill out a style profile and link your style Pinterest board (Here’s mine!) so that your stylist can get a sense of what you’re looking for. When your box ships, they’ll charge your credit card a $20 styling fee. It’s applied to purchases if you decide to keep any of the 5 clothing and accessory items they send. When you receive your box, try everything on, keep what you like, and send the rest back in the bag provided. It’s super easy, and their customer service is great if you have any questions or concerns. If you’d like to try your first box risk free, go read my post (here) from last Thursday, and you can enter to win a $25 gift card!

Ok, so on to the clothes! This month I was hoping for a dress to wear to my sister’s graduation. I also mentioned that I’d love a neutral pair of sandals and that I really liked a red blazer I’d seen others receive in the Facebook BST group. (You can join the group here!)  Here’s what I got…

Skies are Blue Trinka Blazer ($74)

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If this had been a bright, spring color I might’ve gone for it… but it was a denim blue, and I wasn’t really sure how to style it. It was also kind of thick for Spring and Summer Oklahoma weather. My stylist, Julie, suggested that I roll the sleeves, so I tried that. It just wasn’t working for me. It also seemed to run kinda small… or maybe I’m getting bigger? Either way, it had to go.

Colette Dafney Mesh Overlay Knit Top($54)

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A black tank with a top layer of fish net. No thanks. I did NOT like this at all.

The pants I’m wearing in both of the above pics came in a Hanger to Home box last fall and are ON SALE for $33 on Amazon here if you’re interested. I paid a LOT more for them than that (sigh). I do love them though.

London Times Bobby Jersey Dress ($98)

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This was a weird one for me. I liked the colors and the pattern, and the length was perfect. But the top had these wing things that I just really couldn’t get past. They made me feel like a big rectangle. I think next time I’m requesting solid color sheath dresses. That’s what I was wanting this time, but I don’t think I was specific enough in my note.

Gilli Reilly Printed Maxi Skirt ($54)

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I loved the colors of this one. I’ve really been gravitating toward purple lately. And I actually really like this skirt in the picture, BUT it’s a really slinky material and I hated the way it clung to my rear, almost like a mermaid fit. It’s also just a little too short for me to be able to wear wedges with it. I have a Flying Tomato skirt that has a really similar pattern – but much better fabric – that I like a whole lot better.

Franco Sarto Grip Thong Sandal ($69)

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I really like this style of shoe… so much so that I already have 3 pairs of very similar ones that I paid a whole lot less for. Also, when I tried these on I didn’t love the way they fit. I think they may be a little too wide for my narrow foot.

This will only be the second time I’ve sent back an entire box. I tried to talk myself in to keeping something to keep from losing the styling fee, but I just couldn’t do it. I knew if I kept any of this stuff it’d never get worn, so back it all goes. Hopefully I’ll have better luck in the next box, already scheduled to arrive at the end of the month! If you’re ready to sign up, you can do that here, and don’t forget to enter the $25 gift card giveaway here!


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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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Stitch Fix #11

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Oh happy Stitch Fix day! I’ve been in a winter slump with my wardrobe, and I’m so happy to see Spring styles and colors showing up FINALLY! Now if our crazy Oklahoma weather would get with the program and stay at 70 degrees, I’d be a happy camper.

What did you say? You’ve never heard of Stitch Fix? Well, let me fill you in! Here’s how it works… You fill out a style profile and sign up to receive a box. You choose the frequency of your boxes; mine are set to come once a month. You’re free to skip or cancel at any time, but who would want to do that?! They will charge your credit card a $20 styling fee each time a box ships, but that$20 is applied to anything you decide to keep. Only 1 out of my 11 boxes so far was a complete bust where I sent everything back and lost my $20. In your box, you will get 5 items selected by your stylist just for you. These can be clothing and accessories. It’s pretty hard not to love at least one of those items! Of course, I usually have the opposite problem. To get the most out of this experience, it’s a great idea to link your Pinterest style board to your profile. It gives your stylist a better idea of what you like. Here’s mine if you’d like to see, feel free to leave a link to yours in the comments and I’ll follow!

Ok, business out of the way… here’s what I got this month:

(Frizzy bun & white skin courtesy of 5 little kids and 2 months too many of Old Man Winter! If I’m not looking better by July, somebody rescue me and get me to a BEACH – at least call the babysitter for me!)

Gilli Mattie Crossback Maxi Dress ($78)

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I loved the back of this dress and the print on the bottom… but, although it doesn’t really look it in the pictures, it’s just a little too short for heels/wedges, and that’s what I’d want to wear with it. Plus, to avoid looking 4 months pregnant, I had to suck in so hard my face was turning blue. It might’ve worked in a bigger size, but I didn’t love it enough to take the chance.

Alice Blue Lucio Henley Blouse ($48)

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I’d already seen this one popping up on the Stitch Fix boards on Facebook and thought it was so cute. Micah doesn’t love it, but I do! The sleeves can be rolled to make it a little more Spring/Summer appropriate, and it’s very thin (and sheer) so definitely a great transition top!

Moon Chrissy Printed Wide Leg Pant ($48)

These feel (and kind of look) like PAJAMAS… so, naturally, they’re already in my closet. Perfect beachy-feel mom pants, and I love the bright floral print! White pocket tee is from Two Scrambled Eggs!

Market & Spruce Maeby Dress ($58)

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This one was Micah’s favorite, and I like it too. Again, I love the bright, Spring colors and fun pattern! It’s a great length too and super comfortable!

Loveappella Gellar Fuzzy Texture Knit Top ($48)

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This shirt is very soft, and it is cute. However, even with shorts, it feels Fall-ish to me, and I’m not in the mood for that. The back is solid black and the front is soft and fuzzy like a blanket! I might be wishing I’d kept this come September.

So, my favorites are the short dress, floral top and pants… and Micah only gave me a $100 Stitch Fix budget this month. That’s only enough for TWO things! Ugh. What’s a girl to do? I think we might have to have a really sweet, loving talk here in a little bit.

What’s your favorite Spring-ready Stitch Fix piece so far? Leave me a link, I’d love some new inspiration to pin!

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Stitch Fix #10

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It’s that time again! My favorite time of the month… Stitch Fix Time! If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, it’s a personal styling service. You fill out a style profile and link your style pinterest board. (Here’s mine!) They send you 5 items to try on at home, and you only pay for what you keep. They charge a $20 styling fee, but it’s applied to your purchases. I’ve only had one box where I didn’t keep anything and lost the fee. Several times I’ve kept all 5 items, they give a 25% discount when you do that! Sound cool? You can sign up here

Each month, before your box ships, you can send a note to your stylist with specific requests. This month I asked her to send me this long black jumpsuit I saw on Pinterest. Sadly, it wasn’t available… but she made up for it by sending some really great stuff!
Market & Spruce Annabeth Faux Leather Trim Sweater Tunic ($68) and Lysse Joylyn Ponte Legging ($78)
They sell Lysse leggings on Amazon, but they’re mostly priced the same as Stitch Fix. I’ve heard you can get a good deal every now and then. These things are so comfortable! I completely understand why so many Stitch-Fixers rave about them, but I thought these were a little too big and a little too pricey.
I LOVED the color and fit of this top. The picture doesn’t do it justice. It’s a pretty emerald green and the perfect length for leggings. I just couldn’t figure a way to justify $68 for a solid color sweater, so it went back too.
Miz Mooz Serafina Slip-on Sneakers ($59)
These are comfortable, affordable, and FLORAL. No questions here, had to keep them! I love these so much, I’m considering ordering these too!
Loveappella Kandice Dress ($64)
I really thought this dress was going to be a winner when I pulled it out of the box. Unfortunately, I felt like it was too clingy on me, and I know wouldn’t be comfortable wearing it.
Papermoon Frontage Chambray Top ($54)
I really liked the style of this shirt. The sleeves felt like the most comfortable sweatshirt! But it was too short on the sides for me, so it went back too.
I ended up just keeping the shoes this time… but that’s okay with me! It’s a weird time of year where I’m not really sure if I want to buy winter or spring clothes, but I just can’t go wrong with slip-on flower shoes, right?
Want more reveals? You can check out a few of my past fixes here:
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Stitch Fix #9

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If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, it’s a personal styling service. You fill out a style profile and link your style pinterest board. (Here’s mine!) They send you 5 items to try on at home, and you only pay for the items you keep. They charge a $20 styling fee, but it’s applied to any purchases that you make. I’ve only had one box where I didn’t keep anything and lost the fee. Several times I’ve kept all 5 items, they give a 25% discount when that happens! You can sign up here!
My last fix came at a busy time for us. I barely got it all tried on before it was time to checkout and send back the things I didn’t want. So, unfortunately, I didn’t get to post about that one. I kept a mustard yellow infinity scarf that I’ve already worn several times and LOVE!
On to this month… I asked for legging ready tops and wintery dresses.Here’s the note from my stylist, Julie. I’ve had her for most of my fixes and she does a great job listening to my requests and finding things I love!

… and here’s this month’s style card!
RD Style Jana Poncho Pullover ($78)
Leggings from Two Scrambled Eggs
Booties from Relish Clothing boutique, but I don’t think they’re available there anymore. I found similar ones on Amazon!
Mom Bun courtesy of sharing my bed with 4 kids last night!
 This thing is super comfortable and the perfect length for leggings… but I don’t love the super high side slits. I know this is a trend right now and maybe I’ll come around… maybe. Not today though; it’s going back.RD Style Angus Split Back Mixed Material Sweater ($68)
Romolo Munroe Feather Pendant Necklace ($28)

 This shirt is very soft and a great length for what I was wanting. I love the color too! Unfortunately, I do NOT like the white elbow patches or how the white in back accents the biggest part of me, the BOOTY. If this one had been solid blue all over, it would be mine! Sadly, it’s also going back. The necklace on the other hand, is already in my closet. I love long necklaces and just broke one of mine… so happy to have a replacement!Skies are Blue Treasa Dress ($68)
Leggings from Two Scrambled Eggs
Booties from the Relish Clothing boutique

Every picture I took in this dress is blurry, because I was constantly wriggling around trying to make it fit right. It just wasn’t working. I wanted it to work SO bad. I love the plaid and I LOVE this style. Unfortunately, the sleeves were super tight and the belly area puffed out a little more than I’d like. I can’t have people speculating about baby #6 (not happening!)

19 Cooper Clemency Split Neck Tunic ($68)
Leggings from Two Scrambled Eggs
Boots from Charming Charlie about 3 years ago.

Truthfully, I hated this one out of the box. I just thought it looked kind of old. But when I tried it on and took pictures I kind of like it… not sure I $68 like it, but I’m considering it…

Overall, I’m very happy with this box. Julie gave me exactly what I asked for… just minor details on a few things and the fit of that cute little dress are keeping me from buying more. We’ll get ’em next time, I’m sure of it!

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Still deciding? Check out some of my other Stitch Fix reviews to see more of what they have to offer!

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Stitch Fix #7

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If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, it’s a personal styling service. You sign up, fill out a style profile and link your style pinterest board. (Here’s mine!) They send you 5 items to try on at home, and you only pay for the items you keep. They charge a $20 styling fee, but it’s applied to any purchases that you make. I’ve only had one box where I didn’t keep anything and lost the fee. To sign up, click here! I will receive referral credit once your box ships, so thank you!
 
This is box number 7 for me! I can’t believe it’s already been 7 months that I’ve been getting fixes! And this one was particularly exciting because I got TWO pairs of shoes!!
 
BC Footwear Sidekick Mixed Material Oxfords ($90)
 
 
These are super cool and I love their uniqueness. They’re also REALLY comfortable. I do wish they had a little more heel or something to make them more feminine. I found these on Amazon by the same brand and I like them better and they’re cheaper… so I’m ordering! I found these too and they’re only $24. I love when stitch fix introduces me to a new brand!
 
Yosi Samra Samara Snake Print Flats ($75)
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I think I would really like these if they fit right. I’m not sure if I need to go up a size or if my foot just isn’t made for this shoe. It felt like they were squishing my toes. I may ask them to send me a size up in my next box and see how it goes. If you like these, they can be purchased on Amazon here. They’re the same price as stitch fix, but they have tons of different styles and colors to choose from and some are pretty cheap. (Like these for only $40!)
 
Mavi Freida Skinny Jean ($98) with 41Hawthorn Berneen Printed Dolman Sleeve Top ($48) and Market & Spruce Sawyer Space Dye Dolman Sleeve Knit Top ($58)   
 
 
I requested skinny jeans and was happy to get these. Unfortunately, they were too big in the waste and started sagging in the short time I tried them on. They’re very comfortable though so I went on an online hunt for some in my size… Stitch Fix calls these Freida, but the tag says Alexa. I was able to find some in my size in a darker wash on Amazon for $47, so I’m just going to order those! Here’s the link if you want some too!
 
The purple was a pretty color but it was clingy in the wrong places. The Market & Spruce one is actually more of a deep green, which I also liked… but when I took these pics I realized I didn’t really love it on me.
 
Sadly, everything is going back this time and I’ll just lose my $20. It was a fun box, and I’m so excited to see shoes! I wouldn’t mind getting two pair every time!
 
If you’re ready to sign up for Stitch Fix now, you can do it here! You can also buy Stitch Fix gift cards, which make excellent Christmas presents!!! (wink, wink)
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Stitch Fix #6

If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, it’s a personal styling service. You sign up, fill out a style profile and link your style pinterest board. (Here’s mine!) They send you 5 items to try on at home, and you only pay for the items you keep. They charge a $20 styling fee, but it’s applied to any purchases that you make. I’ve only had one box where I didn’t keep anything and lost the fee. To sign up, click here! I will receive referral credit once your box ships, so thank you!

On to the fun stuff! Here’s what I got in this box… (See the note from stylist where she talks about looking at my pinterest board!)

First up, the Kut From The Kloth Goldie Flare Jeans ($88) and Sinclaire Button Front Blouse ($68)

The jeans are a little too big, so I’ve emailed customer service to see about a size exchange. I’ve never done that before, but they have great customer service and I’m hoping it works out. I’ll post an update when I hear back. Love the shirt, so probably keeping it as well.

Next is the Look by M Sammie Plaid Infinity Scarf ($34)

I like this one too. It has a small hole where the tag was put in, so I’ve also emailed customer service about that.

Next up, the Ark & Co Fariah Open Drape Cardigan ($78)

LOVE this one. It’s nice and long and has faux leather cuffs!

And finally, the 41Hawthorn Teegan Draped Blazer ($78)

This one is way more cropped than I usually go for because of my super long waist, but I think I’m liking it. I may try it with a couple dresses too.

The grand total to keep everything is $346, minus a 25% discount for keeping everything and a $25 credit I had from referring a friend = $234.50. I’m waiting to hear back from customer service about the size exchange on the jeans and the hole in the scarf, then I’ll decide for sure…

UPDATE: Customer service found a smaller size in the jeans so they’re exchanging for me! Return shipping is super easy with Stitch Fix. You just throw everything in a bag and drop off at the post office… so I know that party will go smoothly. I’m curious to see how fast I’ll get my replacement jeans… They unfortunately didn’t have a replacement for me on the scarf, but they offered a 15% discount on it if I wanted to keep it or I could return it and still get my keep all 25% discount on the other four items. Sadly, the scarf is going back. I’m just worried since it already has a hole it won’t hold up. As always, their customer service did not disappoint!

Opinions always welcome!

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