I’m baaaaaaack for my 10th Stitch Fix review. Yes, I am still in love with Stitch Fix. Yes, I am still obsessed. It is SO MUCH FUN. My stylist was Kimberly again… I think she’s styled my last four or five fixes.
I was so excited to see this dress in my fix. I pinned it to my Pinterest board and so I was PUMPED that Kimberly (my stylist) included it for me this month. I was surprised when I got it out of the box at the material… for some reason I thought it was going to be a linen or a cotton material, but it’s actually like a silk / stain material. It’s really flowy. AND IT HAS POCKETS.
It really is a beautiful dress… it’s so beautiful.
But once I put it on, I just didn’t… love it. I loved it from the waist down, the dress hits at a great part and the pockets are awesome… but I didn’t love the sleeves and the top was just a little too “blousy” and I felt like it made me look way bigger up top. While I think it probably would have been okay, I just couldn’t justify keeping it if I didn’t totally love it.
I am probably going to SERIOUSLY regret sending this dress back… but I did…
Sure, something basic like a polka dot sweater seems like a no brainer, but it’s not something I would normally pick out for myself. This sweater is SUPER soft and really warm and thick. I also think it’s reversible!
Although, it’s just not really a sweater I think I’d wear all that much… so… I didn’t keep it.
I WANT TO SHOUT IT FROM THE ROOFTOPS!! I LOVE THIS JACKET!! Oh my gracious. It’s amazing. It’s warm. It’s thick. The moto style is exactly my style. The material is really high quality and you can’t even tell that it’s faux leather. It also has a really pretty inner silk lining that has a floral print.
It’s everything I ever dreamed of in a moto jacket.
Yes, $98 is pricey for a jacket, but honestly… I think it’s a GREAT price for a jacket like this that is well made and will totally last me for a long time.
Skies are Blue “Nikkita Chevron Textured Blouse” – Size XL – $68Out of the box, this blouse was just “eh” for me. And when I put it on, it was still just “eh.” The sleeves were way too long. It is a comfortable blouse, but just not a “wow” piece (at least for me).
The back of the blouse is sheer and I don’t love sheer tops (at least on me).
I didn’t get a great picture of these jeans because, honestly, they were a little hard to photograph. The detailing of the pants is really cool… it goes down the side seam of the pants and all along the top. While I loved the pants, in theory, I didn’t love two things about them:
I thought the price was right on them, but because of the two cons listed above, they just weren’t worth keeping…
So much fun as usual! Yes, I only kept one item, but it wasn’t because I didn’t LOVE the fix… every item I didn’t keep just had one reason or another that I didn’t want to keep it. If that makes sense…
I have loved my stylist, Kimberly, and she really seems like she’s totally got my style!
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Welcome to Let it Shine! Welcome to the new, revamped Funday Monday! After two years, we decided to rename our link up to something we felt was a better fit. Welcome to Let it Shine! Why the name? Because, we want this link up to be just that…..your chance to let it shine! We will be sharing our favorites each week here, and on social media!
Another place we will be showcasing our favs? The Let It Shine Pinterest Board!