Stitch Fix time again! It felt like no time at all since this was technically a “redo” fix from the last disappointing one. Thankfully, this one was a little better, and as always, I was so excited to see what they sent me!
Dallas was excited too 🙂
This turned out to be the box of opposites — as in the pieces I thought I would keep at first glance, I returned, and the pieces I thought I would return, I kept!
Kut from the Kloth Siena Cropped Pant & Cauly Allover Print Knot Detail Knit Top. These two pieces I loved immediately when I opened my box. The crop pants were a great color for spring, and I thought the floral pattern on the top was so pretty. However, once I had them on it was another story. The cropped pants were way to big and baggy to be flattering and the top fit oddly and the mint green background just seemed a little odd.
I knew the pants were a return, but I tried the shirt on with jeans just in case:
It still pulled in the front and just wasn’t a good color for me — Return.
Skies are Blue Tatianna Lace Blouse & Mavi Angie Skinny Jean. First – the lace shirt: I thought it was so pretty when I took it out of the box, but I’m not usually a yellow wearing girl so I figured it would be a return. However, when I tried it on; I loved it! I could picture wearing it so much in the spring and summer, both for casual events and dressier ones. Keep.
As for the jeans, I loved them. I requested the same brand I received in Fix #3 – Mavi – but in a lighter wash for spring. My stylist sent me a slightly distressed pair which I also really liked. Keep.
Market and Spruce Alan French Terry Asymmetrical Zip Cardigan. Again, at first, I had no idea why she sent this to me since I specifically said I disliked uneven, flowy hemlines in both Fix #7 and Fix #8. I did not have high hopes for this cardigan, but then I put it on. And I liked it. A lot! You see, I’m always cold, even in the spring and summer (hello public places with air conditioners set at 60 degrees!); so I always love layering clothes. This cardigan was perfect; it also was super comfortable and a more stretchy, fitted fabric that I thought didn’t look as bulky. I tried it on with the floral shirt I loved from Fix #5.
And I still liked it with that top as well — Keep. It was a good choice too — I already wore it this past weekend!
Overall – 3 out of 5 is pretty good! I also liked the two pieces I sent back style wise; it was more fit that was an issue. I’m glad this redo fix was better, I’m looking forward to another fix in a month or two!
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