This hot pink Melandry Button-Up Tab-Sleeve Blouse from Collective Concepts. My stylist, Britney, selected it for me since I had a really similar blouse on my Pinterest board. I really like this blouse. It’s light and airy, perfect for layering now and wearing with a camisole into spring. A shot of pink was exactly what I needed to wake up my brown, gray, navy, black winter wardrobe.
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This top from 19Cooper was a win. It’s super thin and loose with a great color. I think it will be good for work and, since I’m always a cheapskate when it comes to tops (hello thrift-store!), I think I’ll keep this one as a splurge.
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“Stop it right now!” These were the four words that came flying out of my mouth after I tried this blouse on and took a look in the mirror. I honest to goodness would probably never pick out this blouse, or any blouse for that matter, and try it on. Never! But that’s one thing I love about Stitch Fix. They send me things that might be a little bit out of my comfort zone and then I fall in love with it! This one was definitely a “keep” for me!
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I definitely think that this company has hit it on the jackpot with the idea of shipping clothes and letting you try it on in the comforts of your own home. For someone who isn’t close to cute boutiques, Stitch Fix definitely helps satisfy that desire to shop. My husband sent me a picture of my box when it arrived home yesterday with the words “ugh oh” because he knows that I always LOVE EVERYTHING that is in my box. Sorry husband….Stitch Fix always wins.
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I feel like the important thing to keep getting better and better fixes is to be as honest and specific as possible with your feedback! I absolutely LOVE my stylist and how much she listens to what I have to say. Addie nailed this last box and I couldn’t help but keep the whole thing.
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Hate might be a strong word. I just don’t love to shop. And so trying to shop with a toddler AND a preschooler just isn’t going to happen. I’m certainly not going to pay to have a babysitter come to my house so I can shop.
Then I discovered Stitch Fix from Modern Mrs. Darcy.
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This is probably my favorite item in the box. It’s comfy, feels like I’m being totally casual yet looks more pulled together than an old race t-shirt.
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Ok, so you all know by now about how I might love Stitch Fix….just a liiiitle. That’s an understatement. I think they are a bunch of fabulous people with fabulous, quality clothes.
So, my sweet friend Julie was kind enough to give in to my excitement and she let me blog about her Fix. Her stylist, Winnie hit the nail on the head with Julie! The pieces she received were amazing and she looked lovely in everything.
Here we have my personal favorite piece: The Faris Dotten Chevron Striped Blouse by Honey Punch.
To celebrate losing four dress sizes, I decided to treat myself to a Fix and use it as an opportunity to get outside my little bubble. I scheduled my first shipment weeks ago and waited anxiously for the package to arrive, checking the tracking like a lunatic. What can I say? I’m super impatient.
The personalized note and style cards that accompany the pieces were so fun to read, and I felt inspired just looking through everything.
Stitch Fix was so fun, and I adored trying on clothes chosen by a stylist for me.
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This may be my favorite Stitch Fix item I’ve ever gotten. It kind of looks like the shirt is in motion all the time. The pattern is a pair of drum sticks I think. Totally random, but I love the color combo and the style and fit. Also, I wore it to work with a pair of grey pants from WH/BM last week and was asked if I had lost weight. So, maybe I’ll wear it every day.
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