I really loved my latest Stitch Fix clothes! As soon as I opened the box I said “Yes!” to a gorgeous maxi dress and white top. I instantly knew they were keepers. Love that!! I know it’s March but I got these Stitch Fix fashion picks in February so we’re calling it my Feb clothes haul…
Stitch Fix Fashion Haul from February
1. Mitchel Maxi Dress.
I love a great maxi dress. They’re just so comfortable and easy to wear! This pick was the perfect length, fit, cut, everything. I love the lil peek of an open back. It’s cute but not too much (so I can still wear a normal bra with it). Keep.
2. Coney Lac Back Yoke Blouse. This is a cute design and fit well, but I don’t usually wear black tops (I keep black on the bottom since I’m bigger there). Sent back.
3. Leiden French Terry Jacket. It’s the blue jacket on the right. I don’t have a pic of me wearing it, but I kept this one. It’s super comfortable but still cute. I’m the worst about ruining an outfit with an old hoodie on top – my one friend pointed this out to me in the past. So I am now starting a new chapter of life where I am trying to stay warm without looking like a tragedy. This jacket is just as comfy as a hoodie, but can be dressed up. Keep.
4. Abigael Solid Back Knit Top. This top is comfy and colorful, but just not really my style so I sent it back. I know my stylist sent it because I’m always demanding colorful items. I must be driving her crazy sending this back, but I felt like it looked like something you’d wear to the office and I don’t work in an office so I returned. Sent back.
5. Girona Eyelet Detail Top. As soon as my last StitchFix box was delivered I opened it up and put this on to hit up the Surf City expo. It was perfect timing. I love a white top (so I can remember what I ate later when I look at the food stains). This top is even cuter in person with all the eyelet details and neckline. Love it. Keep.
Overall I’m super happy with this latest StitchFix Haul!! I think the maxi might be my favorite dress so far. And I’ve work the white top a few times now.
You can sign up for Stitch Fix here. How it works… You fill out a style profile and for $20.00 a personal stylist will pick out 5 items for you. The clothes/jewelry/bags are shipped to your house where you can try them on and decide what you want to keep/return. Then, you send back anything you don’t want in a prepaid envelope. It’s super easy! (And 100x better than trying things on in a dressing room.) If you keep anything the $20 is put toward your total so you basically get the service for free. Boom.
Question: What are you wearing today?
Me: I’m still in workout clothes because I woke up at 4am and put on workout gear but decided to blog before hitting the weights. Today is a strength training day, no running.