My second Stitch Fix came on Friday! I was so excited for it to come, I kept obsessively checking the tracking while I was painting our new kitchen a nice sunny yellow.
If you’re not familiar with Stitch Fix, it is a service where you have your own personal stylist who picks out clothing items for you, based on your style profile, and your pinterest board. They send you 5 items, you try them on at home, and you send back what you don’t love. Kind of perfect for a busy mama, who can’t find the time or energy to try on clothes in a store with two toddlers trying to escape under the fitting room doors.
I am overall happy with this Fix. I feel like it is more my style than my first fix. So here’s what my stylist picked out for me:
Analeigh Crochet Detail Dolman Knit Top, Gilli. I love this top. I like the dolman sleeves and the fit in the torso. Plus, it’s super comfy.
I love it so much, that I already have basically the same top. Same colors, similar crochet details, 3/4 length. Even though I love it, I’m sending it back because it is just too much like the top I have.
Taylor Twist-Back Blouse, Skies are Blue. This color is so great. I like that it’s vibrant and has an interesting back.
Isn’t the twist fun? I was worried that it was a little to wide in the bust, but I think it will work for me.
The blouse looks great with skinny jeans for a date night, or my crochet shorts (from Target) for a day at the park. I could even toss a cardi over it and wear it into the fall with my riding boots. Definitely keeping it.
Earnest Swing Tank, Loveappella. This is another definite keeper. It is super comfy. I love the swingy fit of it.
Right when I pulled it out of the box I knew that I’d love it.
I am definitely keeping this tank, too. It’s casual and comfy enough for playdates and grocery shopping, but could easily be dressed up with skinnies and fun sandals.
Sina V-Neck Printed Maxi Dress, Gilli. I asked for my stylist to send me a dress that I could wear to a bridal shower. I was kind of specific, I wanted a casual dress. I wanted it to be patterned. I didn’t want it to be short–short dresses are not convenient for chasing around wild 16 month olds.
I think the pattern is great. It fits great up top, but I feel like it’s a tiny bit short, I wish it was 2 or 3 inches longer. I don’t think I could wear wedges with it, I normally like my maxis to almost hit the floor when I’m wearing flats.
My super stylish friend Megan told me she thinks it looks too old, and I agree. What do you think about the dress?
Nixie Wide Leg Pant, Papermoon. My stylist sent me these because she saw that I pinned some boho pants. And I love boho pants, mostly because they are super comfy and feel like pajamas…
RJ was not a fan at all of the pants. If it was a fun sundress in this pattern, I probably would’ve loved it.
The pants were also weirdly short, like 3 inches too short. I even double checked my style profile to make sure my height was right, and it is. Maybe I’m just too picky, but I couldn’t wear pants that were floods like these…
I am super bummed that I didn’t get any white denim. I requested some, but in the note, my stylist said there wasn’t any available. So I have a pair or white skinnies in my Gap shopping bag online at the moment, waiting for a better discount.
What do you think of my second fix? Do you think I should keep the maxi dress even though it is a little shorter than I would like? Please, leave your thoughts in the comments! I love opinions.
And I apologize for the mostly crappy photos (and the lame poses, haha), I’ll get better ones for my next fix. I was in a hurry to finish this post because RJ is confiscating the macbook until Friday.
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