Sunday, May 31, 2015

Stitch Fix #2



I received my second Stitch Fix mid May and I'm just now getting around to posting about it.

This time around I ended up only keeping one item as the others just didn't really fit my needs or wants.

I had requested jeans and shorts specifically, but the ones they sent just weren't quite right. Forgive my photos on this posting as many of them were taken with my Microsoft Lens app and many were selfies since the hubby is still in VA while I'm in TX.


Here is a break down of the items I received

1. Skies are Blue - Bales Herringbone Split Neck Tank {kept}




When I tried on this shirt I fell in love with how soft and light weight it was. It was a little pricier than I would like to pay for casual tank top ($48), but I had already paid my $20 styling fee so I figured it this was the only item I was getting then it wasn't so bad

2. Market & Spruce - Ivy Crochet Back Tab-Sleeve Blouse {returned}




This shirt was nice, but it was completely crocheted in the back so I would need to wear a camisole under it or another shirt and I'm not a fan of wearing numerous layers in the Texas heat.  Hence this one went back.

3. Pixley - Bixby Dot Print 3/4 Tab Sleve Blouse {returned}



It seems that my stylist thinks blue looks great on me because that seems to be the most common color I've been receiving.  This shirt was nice, but without a belt it wasn't very flattering and it felt very mature with the pearl buttons on the end of the sleeves. I did request for my next fix that my stylist send me some items that were not blue.

4. Liverpool - Sally Cuffed Short {returned}


I don't have any photos of myself in these shorts as I honestly hated them.  I didn't think they were flattering at all and they were basically acid wash.  Not a fan at all.

5. Mavi - Aiden Skinny Jean {returned}


These jeans were very nice and there is not picture of me in them because I could never get the right angle by myself to showcase them.  I ended up not keeping them because they were priced at $98 and since they were essentially leggings and I couldn't justify spending that much on leggings.

I gave my stylist lots of feedback this time around so hopefully that will help to jazz up my next fix.

As always if you would like to learn more about the service or are interested in signing up for your own fix please visit here: Stitch Fix: Learn More - this post is not sponsored by Stitch Fix; however I do receive a credit if you sign up using my link.

Happy Fixing Folks!

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