May is so close I can taste it. May means more play dates at the park and sunshine and hopefully a date night or two. And, a new month means a new Stitch Fix delivery! This month, I asked for more boho tops, and no bottoms. I’m pretty set on pants for the moment and wanted functional tops I can wear around the tiny humans. I cannot believe this is my 12th Fix!
I was so happy to have Jennifer as my own personal stylist again, and she sent me some perfectly boho tops and one boho dress. She really gets my style and my body type, and I love how I can tell that she reads my blog posts and checks out my pinterest board. Since it was mostly tops, it was my tiniest fix package yet! If you’re new to the Stitch Fix party, you can check out my 9th Fix which is a shining example of why I love my stylist so much or my 3rd Fix, where I fell in love with Stitch Fix. (This post contains affiliate links, I may be paid for clicks and purchases made from my blog.)
Here’s what my personal stylist sent me, in my May Stitch Fix:
Nellie Scoop Neck Top, by Papermoon $44.
I was super excited about this top. I love racerbacks for spring and summer. The daisy pattern sort of gives me 90’s flashbacks, but I’m totally okay with that.
The top is very sheer. You can see just how sheer in this photo of the racerback.
I have a racerback tank under it here. I could not wear this without a tank under it. I’m completely undecided about this one. It looks great with my yellow Level 99 jeans from my March Fix.
I like that the back is a little bit longer and how the chest is slightly pleated, so it’s flattering on my small chest. It would look great with some denim shorts and sandals for (much) warmer days. It would probably look better with a navy or white racer tank under it, like this one, but I don’t have many plain racerback tanks.
What do you think? Is this one a keeper?
Earlson Split Neck Blouse, by Alice Blue $44.
I love the colors of this blouse. I feel like it’s a little too loose on me. Not so much boho and flowy, but loose and boxy. And the arm holes are pretty large. I tried it on with my cropped jean leggings from the gap, similar here, and black flats from Target.
I like it better layered under a cardigan, similar to this one here. I just don’t think I would wear it without layering, so I’m returning it.
Bosley V-Neck Blouse, by Fun2Fun $38.
I really like this top, and I don’t hate the price either. I asked Jennifer to send me tops at lower price points and I am so happy she sent me 4 that are more budget friendly.
I love interesting backs on tops, like this cobalt blue tank from my Fix last July. This Fun2Fun v-neck has a cut out back and a fun cross over detailing. I just need to wear a different bra with it, since I didn’t realize you could see the straps until I was working on this post.
I love the color and I think my destructed white jeans really make the pattern pop, mine are gap but these are similar.
Can we talk about my gladiator sandals for a minute? They’re from Old Navy, and when I saw them on Kerry, from xo Kerry, I immediately fell in love and had to have them. Aren’t they so cool? And they’re going to look awesome with skirts and shorts this summer.
This is the only item from this Fix that I am 100% sure I’m keeping. I know I will wear it a ton this spring and summer. The more I look at it, the more I love it.
Coval V-Neck Top, by Market & Spruce $44.
I’m love with this top. I love the length, longer tops are my spirit animals. I love the cut of this and the colorful pattern. I tried it on with some mint colored denim from the gap and the color denim really picks up the mint in the top.
I’d like to take a moment to acknowledge my Fix photographer, my really good looking husband. He never fails to get some very strange shots of me in my Fix reveal posts and takes better pictures than my 4 year old, who is my only other option really. He pretends like he hates taking the photos, but I know that he secretly loves it and gets excited for my Stitch Fix to come each month.
What do you think of this one? Is it just okay, or a total keeper?
Arlene Dress, by Collective Concepts $78.
I told Jennifer I wanted to try a romper, but she couldn’t find one that was a good fit, so she sent this dress instead. I love the style of this dress. The neckline and drop waist are super flattering on me. Jennifer said the drop waist would work nicely on my long torso, and she was right.
The back has a little keyhole, but you can’t see my strapless bra at all, so that’s a definite plus. I wish it weren’t so short. I just can’t wear dresses this short and keep up with my tiny humans. If it were 2-3 inches longer, it would be a keeper for sure. When I asked RJ what he thought of it, he said “it’s a little short isn’t it?” Tall girl problems.
I love the pattern on it, and I’m a big navy fan. I styled it with my cork wedges from Target, similar here. It would be perfect for a date night, but I know I wouldn’t ever wear it around my babies, which is like 99% of the time, so I’m sadly sending it back.
And don’t forget, Mother’s Day is coming up and a Stitch Fix Gift Card would be the perfect gift for your wife, or your mom, or your best friend. RJ got me a nice Stitch Fix gift card last Mother’s Day, and I’m sure he had no clue how much joy it would bring me. Or how much fun he’d have taking my monthly Fix photos for the blog…
What do you think of my May Stitch Fix? Do you think I should keep the first blouse, even though I’d always have to layer it? Or do you think I’m crazy to send back the dress? Let me know in the comments!