Stitch Fix Review by Karin: There’s no way I’m not keeping this

In the time since May’s box arrived, Michigan decided to skip spring and jump right into summer. I totally approve! And my June Stitch Fix box is here!

This. This is what I’m talking about! I absolutely LOVE this top, like I knew I would when I saw it in the box. I couldn’t wait to try it on and start mixing and matching it with other items I own. This piece is the perfect amount of dressy and it works really well with my Lila Ryan dark wash skinnies I purchased from Stitch Fix a few months ago, as well as my gray pencil skirt, black dress pants, and just about every other type of bottom you can think of. The sleeves are darling.

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Stitch Fix Review by Andi: These were perfect

At my age and life stage, going shopping with a friend to guide me is near impossible to schedule, and going alone is overwhelming. My problem is too many choices. I’m not good at styling to begin with, so in a store with So! Many! Options! I am paralyzed. I seriously hate shopping. Did I mention that I’m also cheap? Maybe cheap is not a good word, but at the least I’m what you might call budget-obsessed. Last May, I decided to bite the bullet and try Stitch Fix. I was pretty sure it wouldn’t work for me, either because they wouldn’t pick stuff I liked that fit or it would all be too expensive. Now? I LOVE Stitch Fix.

The white skinny jeans felt SO good on. I struggle with jeans that fit because of that martini-olive shape thing. Waist that fits = hips that are baggy; hips that fit = too tight waist. These were perfect with just a bit of stretch. I was pretty sure when I pulled this top out of the box that it was a keeper. The color is absolutely perfect and it can be dressed up or down.

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