Happy June guys! Here in the mitten, it’s felt like the middle of summer instead of the end of spring. I’m talking mid-80-degree weather and sunshine all day. We are loving it. This giveaway has ended and the winner will be contacted via email. Thanks to all who entered and stay tuned for more giveaways!
So this Fix came just in time to make me even more excited to update my summer wardrobe. Jennifer was my stylist again, and she sent me so much boho summer goodness, along with my first pair of shoes in a Fix. And to get you, dear readers, even more excited about summer, I’m partnering with some other great Stitch Fix bloggers to give you the chance to win a HUGE Stitch Fix gift card. You can get all the details at the end of my post, along with a link-up! (This post contains affiliate links, I may receive commission for clicks or purchase made from my links.)
I wasn’t too specific in my note this month. I requested Jennifer as my stylist again, obviously, and asked her to send me more things with a boho vibe and things I could wear to the park with the tiny humans.
I peeked again this month, because I was sitting by the kiddie pool when I noticed my Fix had shipped, so I went right into my app to check it out. It made me even more excited to get it.
Let’s get to it. My June Stitch Fix, number 13:
Cadin Dress, Brixon Ivy. $68.
I absolutely love this style of dress. Jennifer sent me a dress with a similar neckline in my fix last month and then similar cut and fit dress in my 4th Fix, that I kept. She suggested that I style it with wedges for a date night.
This Brixon Ivy dress totally fits all of the things I look for in a summer dress: long enough for my tall frame, pretty details, and it goes perfectly with my racerback tan. I love the feminine colors and airiness of the dress, while it still looks chic.
The back mimics the cut of the front, and has a small keyhole. The print is the same on the back and while it is lovely and feminine. I almost wish that it were embroidered instead of just a print that looks like embroidery.
As you can see, it was nearly impossible for me to get any photos without my children in them. Such is mom life, when I want them to be in photos with me, they refuse, when I don’t, they won’t leave. What do you think of this dress? I wish I had an occasion to keep it for.
Kalli Crochet Trim Knit Top, Papermoon. $44.
This tank is totally my style. It’s bright and boho and so comfy. I love how Jennifer can pick things out that I love. I styled it with my white destructed demin, similar here, and some easy sandals, similar style here.
The coral color is more pink-y in person, and the material is super stretchy and comfortable. I adore the lace detailing at the shoulder and the crotchet trim that goes all the way around the hem. Don’t mind that face I’m making at my instagram husband.
Did I tell you how comfy this tank it? It’ll look great with denim shorts and gladiator sandals.
While I do love this tank, I told myself I’m only keeping things that are really special, and I feel like I could find a similar tank easily. So, sadly, this tank went back.
Wayland Racerback Top, Papermoon. $44.
I knew right away when I pulled this tank out that it was going to be a keeper. I love this mint color and it’s racerback, which I love for summer. The floral print is pretty and feminine and definitely something “special.”
The back is solid mint, and slightly sheer. The sheerness doesn’t bother me for summertime, since it’s only the back.
I love the fit of it, loose without being boxy. And it goes perfectly with my crochet shorts, I found last year at Target. Here is a similar pair from Forever 21.
I pinned a similar pair of shorts and left Jennifer a note in the caption that I wanted tops to match them. Pinterest is the best way of communicating with your Stitch Fix Stylist. I pin things and explain to her what I love about them, but then I also pin things that I currently own, so that she knows what I have to work with in my current wardrobe!
In my note this month, I made sure I told Jennifer that I needed functional clothes to wear around my kids with shorts this summer for playdates at the park. She said this would be perfect for that, along with the next item…shoes!
Serafina Slip-On Sneakers, Miz Mooz. $59.
I love the style of these sneakers. I’m looking for comfortable shoes to wear out and about with the tiny humans this summer, that have better arch support than my TOMS. I adore the brightness of these sneakers.
But, I don’t know how much I’d wear them since they are so bright. For the price, I’d rather have a more versatile sneaker. These do have nice support in them, and I could see them being comfortable to wear for a lot of walking (and chasing) with my kids. I’m sending them back because ultimately, my heart is set on these Birkenstocks and my hippie heart needs to save a little to make these work in our budget.
Victor Embroidered Tunic, Unpublished. $58.
I pinned a tank that I really wanted, with similar embroidery and style. Jennifer said it wasn’t available so she sent me this as an alternative. I love the look and fit of it, and I can see it being very versatile! I styled with my girlfriend denim shorts from the Gap outlet, similar here, and my new favorite lace up sandals from Old Navy.
The tassels at the bottom are such a fun detail, and the embroidery is lovely. I’m really drawn to white tops with blue details lately. The tunic is double layered so that it’s not see through, but that also makes it very hot and not breathable.
It would be perfect for cooler summer nights and to transition into fall. Jennifer suggested I wear it with my colored denim and booties in the fall.
The back has a slight V. While I love the style and look of this, I just don’t think I’d get much wear out of it right now since I’d be limited to wearing it only on cooler nights.
This Stitch Fix reveal is a little different than usual, since I’m posting it in conjunction with the giveaway. So I already made my decisions, without getting everyone’s opinions like I normally do. Sorry! But I’d still love to hear what you think. I only kept the racerback tank, but I’m so excited to see what Jennifer sends me next month!
And now, the giveaway! Since you all know how much I adore Stitch Fix, I want to share it with you!
I’m so excited to be participating in this incredible giveaway with some other Stitch Fix Bloggers so you have the chance to win $700 for Stitch Fix. You can enter using the Rafflecopter below, do as many or as few entries as you’d like. Giveaway ends 11:59 eastern time on Wednesday June 8. Good luck!
Don’t forget to check out all the other girls’ June Stitch Fix reveals in the link-up hosted by Maria, of Crazy Together.
What did you think of this month’s Fix? Should I have kept more than just the racerback tank? Do you prefer it when I share my Fix before I make my decisions to get your input? Let me know in the comments!