April 2015 Stitch Fix #6

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In August I signed up for my first Stitch Fix.  The promise is that for $20 (which gets credited towards any items you keep) you get five items hand-selected for you by a stylist.  You fill out a style profile and link a Pinterest board, so your stylists know what you like.  I think my stylists are getting better and better.

I was a little skeptical when I opened the box.  It was all over the place, and none of it looked like me, but I promised myself when I started this journey to try everything on.

The first item was probably my favorite just out of the box.  I don't own anything in hound"s tooth and the fabric and cut looked promising.  I checked out the card Kelsey, my stylist, sent; since I don't own a pencil skirt, I opted for jeans and a sweater.

Other than the wind catching it, and it being cold outside, I am a big fan of this top.

The pants are from another fix, and I wear them once a week.  Ignore the hot pink shoes as they were close to the door, and hubby wasn't supposed to shoot my feet.

I opted for my black shrug instead of a drape in gray.  I believe this is a great transition to spring piece.

41Hawthorn Ackley Split Neck Blouse $64


Item #2 was a big fan of my husband's.  I don't even own anything in an animal print.  The back was also an interesting cut.

It fit surprisingly well given I wasn't sure about it in the box.

Lots of spring events that require some dressy clothes.  Husband says this for Red's graduation from high school is a MUST....I"m not sold yet.

Eight Sixty Seraphina Faux Wrap Dress $78


Item #3 was another dress in a similar cut and style, but it is a print more along my taste lines.  I am a huge dot fan, and it was a darker color and looser fit.

The suggestion from my friends is red accessories to make this pop.

I could see this made dressy or casual for the classroom.  Plus, anything that is comfy and not constricting is a win in my book.

Collective Concepts Zak Faux Wrap Dot Dress $44


This item worried me the most.  I have never worn a dolman blouse, and the always look so boxy.  Plus, what is up with the cut out top sections.  I turned to my style card for help.  Jeans and a blazer...I could work that.

This is my suede blazer from a previous fix; probably the most expensive piece of clothing in my closet other than my wedding dress.  Jeans are from The Loft.

I was pleasantly surprised by this top and and how it didn't look boxy when I put it on.  It worked well with the blazer or on its own.  However, what do people wear under these cut tops: bra straps are a no-no for me.  Also, how well do they wash?

Pixley Elson Laser-Cut Dolman Blouse $54


#5 is is another blouse, clearly something my stylist feels I need in my wardrobe...which is true.  This one is a little longer, bonus, and bright purple, double bonus.

I can always due gray sweater and jeans!

I am pretty happy with this. It needs a tank top underneath, but that is great since I have a Target tank top addiction.  I also liked the length as it covered my rear!

41Hawthorn Colibri Solid Tab Sleeve Blouse $48

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