July is absolutely flying by. I cannot believe that it’ll be August in a week. Between a quick trip to NYC, vacation bible school for Eli, and weekends jam packed with busy-ness, July has been a crazy month.
So when my Stitch Fix arrived on Monday, a few days early, I didn’t even have a chance to try it on for a couple days. This month, Jennifer sent me a couple amazing dresses, a racerback tank, a pretty, boho top, and a comfy maxi skirt. I was pretty sure which items I wanted to keep, until I started working on this post…and now I’m undecided!
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Now, on to this month’s goodness!
Chana Embroidered Dress, THML. $68
As soon as I pulled this dress out of the box, I fell in love. The embroidery, the neckline, the navy blue, the boho vibes. It is so my style. It reminds of a dress she sent me last summer, in this fix.
In her stylist note, Jennifer said “I have been wanting to send the THML dress in your Fix for some time and I am excited to do so this month.” Which, obviously, made me even more excited about it.
I love it. I love how it looks with my gladiator sandals and feel like I will wear it often. The length is a touch shorter than I would typically want, but the beauty of the dress makes up for it.
Just look at this embroidery.
In case you couldn’t tell, I’m 99% sure I’m keeping this dress.
Diller Crochet Sleeve Knit Top, Market & Spruce. $48
I love pretty details, like the crochet sleeves on this Market & Spruce top. It’s a super comfortable fabric and the pleats at the bust make it a very flattering fit. I wish it were a couple inches longer, so it was more flowy, but it is such a beautiful top.
Jennifer suggested I pair it with the Skies are Blue Kimono I kept from my last fix and a pair of denim shorts. I love my kimono and wouldn’t mind having another pretty white top that I could style it with.
I’m on the fence about this because of the price, and the length. Also, I’d have to wear a strapless bra with it and I don’t love wearing strapless bras.
The knit top looks great with this next item too.
Kira Printed Maxi Skirt, Renee C. $58
The patterned orange-y red color is pretty, and it has a little mint in the pattern. The skirt is made in the USA which always makes me lean more towards keeping an item.
It just isn’t love for me, and I feel like it is slightly see through. If it were a little thicker and stretchier, I would be more inclined to keep it. I also have been dying to try out a LulaRoe maxi skirt, so if I’m going to spend the money on a maxi I think I want that brand. Do any of you have one? Are they as amazing as everyone says they are?
I styled it with my Loren Hope Small Sarra Cuff in Paradise Red from Rocksbox. I love how the color of the skirt really makes it pop. (If you want to try out Rocksbox use my code JESSICAGBFF22 to get your first month free!)
Abbee Hi-lo Dress, 41Hawthorn. $68
I don’t own any hi-lo dresses. I’m not sure why, but I’ve never been drawn to this style. I think I should probably give the hi-lo dress a chance since it helps with the whole dresses being too short thing.
I love how this dress skims my body and the pattern. The back has a fun keyhole, which I made it kind of hard to see since I was wearing a crochet racerback bra.
My personal stylist told me that I could stretch this dress into the fall by wearing it with black tights and my Monoreno jacket from my February Fix. Another thing that I love about Stitch Fix and having the same stylist so often is that she suggests things that I already own to wear with it!
It looks pretty great with the Monoreno jacket, and my Jessica Simpson booties doesn’t it? (similar booties here)
I’m not a huge ring wearer, I normally only wear my wedding bands, but I love this dainty Rose Gold Marquise V ring by Luv AJ from Rocksbox. It looks great with my Bela Bracelets hair tie bracelet and Kate Spade bangle. (If you want to try out Rocksbox use my code JESSICAGBFF22 to get your first month free!)
Cordelia Chevron Tank, Papermoon. $38
Jennifer knows I love a good racerback, and teal-green-blue, so she sent me this tank.
I do love this style and this price point. But it is super see through. There is no way I could wear this without a tank top underneath it. I wish the front were lined so I didn’t have to layer.
I styled this chevron tank with my gap boyfriend shorts, gladiator sandals, and Kendra Scott Layden Necklace, from Rocksbox. I love the look and I know that this tank would look great with some destructed skinnies, like these here from gap, and booties this fall, like these TOMs wedges I’ve been wanting. I can’t believe I’m talking about fall when it’s been so hot here all week.
If you’ve been dying to try Stitch Fix, let me talk you into it. I honestly love Stitch Fix. Some of my favorite clothing items came from my Fixes and I get so excited when I get that “Your Fix is on it’s way!” email each month.
You can get them monthly, like I do, or schedule a Fix when you just want a wardrobe refresh. I have had amazing experiences with their customer service and I love how my stylist is constantly pushing me out of my style rut. If you’re on the fence, you should definitely give it a try. Have questions about Stitch Fix? Leave them in my comments and I’ll do my best to get you an answer!
So, what do you think of my July Stitch Fix? And don’t tell me to keep it all because that just isn’t a possibility for the budget this month.