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This was a pretty successful Fix. My mind was opened up to new styles like plaid and corduroy that I would have most certainly passed by in stores. It’s boxes like these that make me excited to keep getting fixes because I get to try something that I never would have thought would work for me.
When I pulled this top out of my box, I immediately said out loud, “nope, this is definitely not going to be a keeper.” Plaid, on me!? Ok, ok, so if there’s one lesson Stitch Fix has taught me, it’s to give things a chance, and don’t judge something right out of the box. I tried the top on, and was pleasantly surprised. I don’t know if it was the color combination or untraditional cut of this top, but I started to really like what I was seeing. Pairing this top with a solid color pant like blank instantly makes this top pop! I find that the white lined with the lighter blue make the colors appear neon, which actually looks quite cool. The back is pretty neat too. Maybe plaid is ok after all, when done right.
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