Doesn’t seem like I just posted my 13th Stitch Fix reveal? June is just flying by. For my 14th Fix, I asked for items I could wear for a trip we have planned in July and a romper or a maxi dress. This fix if kind of the most perfect Summer Stitch Fix box. I requested Jennifer as my stylist, once again, and boy did she do an awesome job styling this Fix for me, as usual. She stuck to my go-to of boho goodness, with a little bit of chic and edge.
I’m sort of mad about this Summer Stitch Fix, only because I want to keep it all. I really need some opinions in deciding, because I definitely can’t keep it all this month. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I may be compensated for clicks or purchases made when you shop through my links.
Tonette V-Neck Romper, Dex. $58.
I was so excited to see that my stylist sent me a romper in this Fix. I’ve been wanting to try one for a couple months. In her note, Jennifer said that the romper would be perfect for exploring the city. I love that it is feminine and floral, but still sort of edgy. I would throw on my denim jacket over this on a cooler night.
When I was styling this romper for the post, I realized I don’t actually own black sandals. All of my sandals are tan or brown tones, so I should probably find a cute and comfortable pair. Any suggestions? I kind of love these from Target.
The exposed zipper in the front adds a little bit of edge. And this would be super convenient for any breastfeeding mamas out there. My favorite part…the pockets, of course! I feel like its a good length and would could be pretty versatile.
I love how it looks on, my hesitation is that it is kind of hard to get on and off. I’ve never owned a romper, or even tried one on that wasn’t super stretchy, so I’m not sure if all stylish rompers are difficult to get on. What do you think? Should I keep it?
Anja Scoop Neck Top, Collective Concepts. $48.
We all know how much I love a good racerback tank. I love the brightness of this top and I love orange. I think I may have said something in my note to the stylist about how I like orange in the summer, but I really can’t remember now.
It’s flowy and comfortable and I love the print. It’s kind of a floral, but not a floral…whatever it is.
Mauna Kimono, Papermoon. $38.
I love this kimono. Jennifer suggested that I wear it with shorts, a favorite tee, and sneakers. And that’s exactly how I styled it, since she is the professional and all. I’m wearing my new Kendra Scott Rayne Necklace from Rocksbox, (use code JESSICAGBFF22 at checkout to get a free month of jewelry.) My wrap bracelet is from Rocksbox, too.
I sort of love it. I’m really loving this kimono trend that’s happening. What other fun ways would you style a this kimono?
I think I could get a ton of use out of this, especially this summer. It’s an easy piece to throw on over a bathing suit or kind of dress up some of my mom uniform tees and tanks. AND it’s made in the USA, so that alone has me convinced that it’s a keeper. I think it would look cute with a white tank and my yellow denim from My March Fix, don’t you?
Cybill Chambray Top, Market & Spruce. $54.
This top. I know I would wear this top so much. It looks awesome with my white skinnies, similar here from h&m, and bare feet. Because if I’m outside in the summer, I’m most likely barefoot.
The neckline of this top is perfect for a fun neck lace! Have you tried Rocksbox yet? This House of Harlow necklace and wrap bracelet are from my first box. I am in love with this bracelet, I wear it all the time. (For a free month of Rocksbox use my code JESSICAGBFF22 at checkout!)
Oh, and I almost forgot the back! I adore this cut out.
I love how the chambray is sort of ombre and the roll sleeves. In case you couldn’t tell, I’m keeping this top. I’ll wear it all the time.
Ara Maxi Dress, Brixon Ivy. $88.
Maxis are kind of my jam in the summer. They’re easy, so when I need to look nicer but am running late because my children refuse to keep clothing on, I can just throw on a maxi. I wanted to try a maxi again, I got one in my second fix that wasn’t really my style and then one that I loved in my fix last August. But I sent it back because of the length. This length is good on me, right?
I love the lattice straps on this maxi dress. I pinned a similar style tank to my Pinterest Style board and am really glad she sent me this maxi. The back has a keyhole, and more pretty detail.
My hesitation is that I already have a comfortable black maxi, that I absolutely love and wear all the time. But this one is different and has a little more of a dressed up feel to it. I love how maxis can go from day to night, and this one is super comfy. It would be kind of perfect for our trip to New York…I could even wear it on the plane.
I’m so on the fence with this Summer Stitch Fix. RJ likes the romper best, and thinks the chambray top looks like something I already have, but I think the chambray top is awesome.
So what do you think? What should I keep? Tell me what you think in the comments! I don’t want to regret not keeping something I love, like gorgeous embroidered tunic from my last fix.
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