I’ve had three fixes so far (see the First Fix, Second Fix, Third Fix) and I’ve enjoyed the process – really it’s all about the anticipating the shipment! I really appreciate the folks that have used my referral link to sign up – thank you.
Today, I was pretty excited to pull this pretty stack of clothes out of the box:
The first thing I just had to try on, was this Pink Martini Sally Mixed Striped Dress. For this fix, I had specifically asked for a very tailored dress, with architectural seaming. It has pockets and a very tasteful sweetheart neckline. But y’all, is it too short for work? I’ve become so used to knee length dresses… I need some feedback!
Next up, Ark n Co Ashlie Graphic Knit Sleeveless Cardigan. I really like the geometric print but I can’t see myself wearing this very much. I tried it on with dresses, shorts, jeans… I just didn’t love it. And I have another sleeveless vest cardigan and it doesn’t get a whole lot of wear – I can’t see adding another.
I was very excited to see that my stylist Noemi listened to one of my specific requests and provided this Mauna Mixed Print Sheer Open Cardigan – which is really a kimono (at least, I think so) and a trend I really enjoy! I like how this provides a boho feel to simple shorts and tank. I could see it workings with skinny jeans and a t-shirt, or over a simple dress. It’s very light-weight and appropriate for our ATX hot weather. I’m pretty sure I’m keeping AND it added bonus that Noemi also listened when I asked for Made in USA because this is!
And sadly, the Honey Punch Quincey Striped Maxi Skirt fabric was too thin and not remotely flattering, not to mention so so so long! Additionally, the Pomelo Blake Side Ruched V-Neck Knit Shirt was nice, but too basic for the price.
Not hit out of the park, but still fun! I think I’m keeping two items (which seems to be my trend) but I’d love your feedback. You want to know what else I would love? If you use my referral link if you want to try out Stitch Fix for yourself!
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