Stitch Fix #2

I had my second fix. I think the anticipation of getting your next box of item is so much of the fun!

When I opened up my box, I was super excited to see a mix of patterns and a lot of my favorite color family – blues and greens. Right from the start, I felt like my style was a bit more understood than the first fix.

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The first item I tried on was the 41Hawthorn Capitola Fit & Flare Tank Dress – very practical for our hot Texas weather and a great item for board meetings: professional, classic and a versatile navy blue. Jason really liked this dress – when I came out he was all excited about going on a date! It is a bit pricey, but I’m thinking it may be worth it to have such an elegant dress in my wardrobe.

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The second item, the Delmare Elephant Print Cut-Out Detail Blouse. It’s a lovely silky material with cute vintage elephants, and in theory I like the cut-outs…. BUT 1) I don’t care for peasant blouses, they feel frumpy on me and 2) who wants to wear a strapless bra with a shirt that looks like you should be able to wear a regular bra! It’s going back.

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Next, the Jordanne A-Line Skirt. It’s green! And my favorite shade of green! It’s got some neat detailing at the waist and is nicely lined.

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I took one of their other suggestions on the style card and paired it with my polka dot chambray shirt. Pretty cute!

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On to the Locklyn Ruffle Detail Tribal Print Tank. I really like the detailing on this tank, the sheer top panel, the loose billowing ruffled back. Jason didn’t love this though and I’m not certain it is as flattering on as I would like. Although, looking at the photo may change my mind… (Oh but those leather Madewell green flats? Denim and Stripes Insta Shop for a steal!)

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And finally, the Ritz Mixed Pattern Front Pocket Knit Shirt. I really like the mix of stripes, polka dotted back and floral pocket. It’s loose fitting and I could see this getting a lot of wear during the summer. I’m going to have to think on this one for a bit because it feels very trendy and I don’t want to spend a lot of money on an item that will be ‘out’ next summer. Oh but stripes… 🙂 And a special shout out to The Newest Wrinkle – TX for the lovely Gap skinnies! If y’all haven’t heard about instagram thrift shopping… don’t blame me for telling you about it! Thrift shopping from your phone is dangerous… and many shops support awesome causes with their sales, like adoptions!

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OK, y’all, thoughts on the items I got this round? I am a little bummed that I didn’t receive any items that were made in the US this time – everything was made in China. That will make some of the items easier to send back. I’ll have to mention that in my comments for my next fix.

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8 Comments Stitch Fix #2

  1. Lindsey March 31, 2014 at 4:04 pm

    Love the tank! I think you should keep it :). And the green skirt with chambray – love that combo.

  2. Chalyce March 31, 2014 at 4:09 pm

    I absolutely LOVE the navy dress on you – super flattering, universally classic – you never need get rid of it! And the green skirt is awesome, and looks great with the chambray top! Those are my pics =)

  3. Cynthia March 31, 2014 at 4:11 pm

    I like the dress, I like the cut out top on you, and the green skirt. The other two I don’t feel are flattering at all. Those are my two cents…way to rock some noonday with that dress though!

  4. Erica Vanessa March 31, 2014 at 10:05 pm

    The navy dress is most def a keeper, so is the green skirt. I recommend you pass on all the tops. The elephant cut out peasant top is an undergarment inconvenience and the other two tops are trendy. The last top reminds me of the classic Breton shirt. Invest in one of those instead and wear for decades to come or until it falls apart! I like the shape of the black tank but the pattern makes it something you can’t wear for years to come. Just look for solid tanks with that silhouette. Love you and can’t wait to see you soon! Xoxo

  5. claire April 1, 2014 at 12:19 am

    That dress is hot. For real, though. Rather, you look hot in that dress. Digging the green skirt and the black top too – but I know when the hubs doesn’t dig something it tends to end up not getting worn as much…been there!

  6. Dawn April 1, 2014 at 12:29 pm

    The dress is lovely on you! The skirt comes in second.

  7. Dara April 2, 2014 at 8:28 pm

    I absolutely love the whole look with the green skirt, polka dot shirt, and scarf. It looks incredible!

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