Yay! I just received my latest shipment from Stitch Fix and was fortunate to have my same stylist as last month, Jenny L. In fact, she did such a good job, I need a little help this month deciding what to keep! What was so great about this fix is that she included 2 items directly off my Pinterest page, and the rest were filled in based upon Jenny’s interpretation of my style.
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Okay, so here we go…
Fun2Fun Susie Solid V-Neck Tank $44
To start, green is my favorite color, so it did have me at “hello”. It is low-cut, so will always have to be paired with a tank, or as I have it paired here, with a Coobie strapless bandeau (perfect for this type of situation, where in the summer you don’t necessarily want a second layer but need a little coverage).
Eight Sixty Ginsberg Metal Bib Striped Tank $68
Not going to lie, when I “cheated” and peeked at my shipping list before my fix arrived, this was the item I was least excited about. However, the fabric is amazing. Although it isn’t form fitting, it is not as loose as I have found most other Stitch Fix tops to be, which is definitely a positive. What do you guys think?! Pictured with my Pilcro Hyphen Fit jeans from Anthropologie – a great relaxed pair of distressed jeans that I wear probably way too much 🙂 I bought these a year ago, but here are this year’s version.
Pink Martini Joshua Colored Ankle Jean $64
I had a hard time getting a good picture of these. Overall, I did love the color. However, these are super low rise, just take a look at how short the zipper is in the picture above! With a loose fitting top, the resulting muffin top from such a short rise isn’t visible, but this obviously results in not the most comfortable of fits. I honestly wouldn’t even really consider keeping these because of the fit, but if I keep the other 4 items, it is cheaper for me to keep these and receive the 25% discount. This is exactly why I need some input…
Pink Martini Devin Lace Detail Tie-Waist Maxi Dress $88
The fabric of this dress has a nice weight and drapes well. I love the fact that it isn’t black, like so many of the dresses in my closet. The lace detailing on the shoulders and upper back also gives this dress a unique touch without being too fussy. The best part? With my awesome Jimmy Choo wedges, no need to hem (barely, but hey I will take it)!
Last, but not least:
Market and Spruce Analisse Anorak Jacket $88
I had seen this on another blog review, and kinda fell in love with it. Well, then it came in my fix and I love it even more! The fabric is amazingly soft, and the jacket is nice and lightweight. The hood is detachable which is also a nice touch. The other great thing, is that I have nothing remotely like it already in my closet. Paired with my Citizens of Humanity Rocket distressed skinny jeans (yes, I have a problem and am addicted to distressed denim) and a t.la tank that is my favorite tank ever. This year’s version, again at Anthropologie, is unfortunately made with a thinner material, longer straps, and doesn’t come close to how awesome they were last year. Anyways, I digress…
So what do you guys think? Since you receive a 25% discount if you purchase all 5 items, it will be cheaper for me to keep all 5 than to return the mint colored jeans. Are the other 4 items worth keeping? I can’t quite call this a “perfect” fix since the fit on the jeans is pretty off, but everything that was sent is definitely my style and I consider that a success!
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