YAY!! Another Stitch Fix shipment!
I ripped open the box at work and went through all the goodies with my coworker. She had a kick out of me trying to figure out how one of the shirts goes on. It was a duh moment. But we went through it all there so I couldn’t want to try everything on when I was at home.
This time I had Price’s assistance in taking photos and live feedback. So here goes…
Majorie Baer- Singular Spear Earrings- $38
Love these. I love hammered jewelry. It reminds me of a punch of pieces I saw back in Greece when I was there a few years back and makes regret not just splurging for them. So it was pretty obvious that once I saw them I decide to keep them.
Ella Moss- Ken Sleeveless Striped Top- $68
nope. nope. nope.
Which is why it is not photographed on me. I didn’t like the fit, the material, or the basic structure of the top. I liked the colors and the angle of the stripes though.
Plus, it was way too expensive for what it was. It reminded me of a shirt I would find in Forever 21 for $16 or so. So when I found it’s twin online I almost peed my pants laughing since that was listed for $118. So good job Stitch Fix for selling it for $68 but even then- no.
Honey Punch- Catie Printed Dress- $48
I liked this dress. Price did not. Well, he wasn’t sold on the pattern since I don’t typically wear things like this but I liked the length (with leggings), the fit, and the neckline. I like cross front/wrap dresses so for a while I was thinking I’d keep it. I’d prob add a belt to it and love it more.
Matty M- Baxter Keyhole Peasant Blouse- $88
I liked this. Price liked this too. I was saying I would keep it until I pulled up the invoice again and saw it was $88. I think that if fall, winter were approaching I would have kept it since I liked the color, fit, material, texture but I think I wouldn’t put it to good use this spring, summer.
(Ignore the hanger straps showing- whoops)
Black Sheep- Miley Floral Pleated Tie-Waist Dress – $58
I wan’t sold on the pattern of this dress when I took it out of the box. But I’m learning not to judge a book by it’s cover. At least in this case.
I liked the length and how flowy it was so it grew on me. I liked that it came with a layering cami since it is a bit low cut (dang these boobs!) so that was a plus. I’m still not sold on the pattern but I figure once I’m tan (oh summer, I miss you) I’ll like it more.
So what does all that mean?
I decided to keep the earrings and floral dress.
The grand total: $38 + $58 – $20 (prepaid styling fee)= $76. 🙂
I scheduled my next fix for June 13th. Can’t wait for it!
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