1 – I’ve been out shopping with all 3 kids a total of 2 times. Both times I swore I would never do it again and that I would wear old, ratty clothes until my kids are 12 and I can go shopping by myself. Yeah, I’m that lady with the kids that are crawling through the racks and playing hide and seek. So shopping for me right now is basically a no-go.
2 – The Stitch Fix stylists really have been great at choosing which pieces to send me. I have loved multiple things from most of my boxes. There was only one that was a complete strike out – every top was sleeveless, and I don’t do sleeveless. But after specifying that when I checked out, I have never been sent another sleeveless top. They really do listen to what you like and what you don’t like!
3 – It’s forced me to step out of my comfort zone. Many of these pieces I would have never given a second thought to if I would have seen them at the store – thinking they weren’t going to look good on me, or they weren’t something that I would wear. Well, when you have them in your hands and have the time to try them on (especially with things from your closet to match them up with), it makes the biggest difference.
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