Stitch Fix #9 July 2015

4:37 PM Sarah Koves 0 Comments

Last summer 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.  

This month's box was pretty great.  It wasn't the best, but it certainly has pushed me a little more to think about what I want.  I left a note for my stylist this month.  I asked for transition pieces for work and a pencil skirt (I don't own one).  I think 

First out of the box were the jeans and bag...OBVIOUSLY.

The jeans are dark navy skinny jeans that sit at my ankle.  I have been asking for jeans since fix #1 last fall.  I love my red jeans from my fall fix, and I really want more colored ones.

These were a delightful fit with just enough stretch to make them comfy for every day.  I am still debating on them, and would love your opinion.

The bag is a cross body bag.  The back has a zipper pouch and the flap comes up to reveal two pockets.  I asked for a bag two fixes ago, and I did not like what they sent.  This went in the opposite direction of big and colorful.  I am debating on this too as I only own one other cross-body, my purple Vera Bradley.

Mavi Freida Skinny Jeans $98
Street Level Demi Fold Over Vegan Leather Crossbody Bag $48


As I said I don not own a pencil skirt and my stylists keep telling me to pair my tops with one, so I thought it best to ask for one.  This is a superb option for my first pencil skirt experiences.  It is soft and stretchy, so I could move in it very easily.  Also, I won't wear something that is constricting or comfortable, which is why I don't have the white button down she suggested I pair it with. 

I am in love with the pattern, but are pencil skirts supposed to ride up when you move a lot?   Never owning one, I don't know, but I do move A TON when I am at work.  This is the pieces I am most conflicted on.

Margaret M Christina Skirt $78


Next up is another 41Hawthorn tab-sleeve blouse. I have several blouses from Stitch Fix that match this style: black and purple.  This one was a salmon color and had some pleats on the front and back.

I really just can't get past this color, and I have several blouses like this.

41Hawthorn Breyson Pleated Tab-Sleeve Blouse $58


I know for sure I am keeping the last item.  I fell in love the second I put it on.  With the feminine ruffles on the sleeves and the bright pattern I am ready to put it on again, but I have house work to do.

It looks like ferns in blue and green.  I can move in it, which is a must for me.

19 Cooper Astair Scoop Neck Blouse $48


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