I know I just posted about Stitch Fix on Monday, but I realized I never shared my July Stitch Fix review with y’all. I actually had this post done, put it in my drafts folder, and then completely forgot to actually schedule it. WOOPS. #ThingsYouDontActuallyCareAbout #mombrain
Anyway, I wanted to share it with you guys because I tried something new for my July fix… I requested ALL BOTTOMS! That’s right, I asked my stylist, Kimberly J. to only send me bottoms. Pants, skirts, joggers, etc. I wanted her to surprise me, but I wanted to try some different bottoms out. I also requested (as per usual), that she send as many Made in the USA and ethical pieces as possible and she sent some realllllllllly good ones. Overall, Kimberly sent some GREAT pieces and I had a hard time deciding between a couple.
Check it out to see what I got, what I thought, and what I kept!
*MADE IN THE USA
Okay, I am not even exaggerating when I say these are BY FAR my favorite pants I have ever received in a fix. Ever. Maybe my favorite pants in the history of life, ever. I need them in every color. Now. I mean, seriously.
First, they are ridiculously soft. I mean, I think the material is kitten cuddles and unicorn smiles, or something.
Second, they have pockets.
Third, they are stretchy in all the right ways AND they have an elastic waistband. Thanksgiving pants, anyone?
Fourth, they’re made in the USA!!!! I almost cried I was so excited to see they were ethically made!!!!
Fifth, they’re joggers, so they fit into that whole “athleisure” category… which means it’s basically like wearing pajamas but also looking not like you’re in pajamas.
Keeping these pants was TOTALLY a no brainer.
(also wearing my Stitch Fix Market & Spruce “Lawford Knit Top” – Size XL – $58 from my January fix)
Pros of these jeans: Great fit, great cut, soft denim material.
Cons of these jeans: I hated the color – it was too close to my skin tone (in my opinion) and just made me looked washed out. Also, I don’t know anything about the brand and their manufacturing practices…
So, this was a return.
Sandals are Sseko Designs
*MADE IN THE USA!
Top is by Elegantees via The Flourish Market (Use code “STILLBEINGMOLLY” for free shipping)
I was reallllllllly torn on this skirt. It is REALLY soft, has an elastic waistband, and I loved the print. It is also made in the USA so I was pumped about that!! I just honestly wasn’t 100% sold on the cut – and if I’m not 100% about an item, my rule of thumb is to not keep it, so back it went.
*MADE IN THE USA!
(also wearing “Under Skies – Alexa Embroidery Detailed Tank – $48 – size L” from my very first fix!)
Note: my apologies for the fogginess of those two pics… I think it was from going outside after being in the air conditioning and my lens fogged and I just didn’t notice till it was too late. WOOPS.
I love this skirt! I have been on the hunt for a great, printed pencil skirt and this skirt fit the bill! Great print, flattering cut, it’s also stretchy and has an elastic waistband, and it’s made in the USA! It’s a no brainer! I can’t wait to style it!
I told my stylist to try a denim trend on me and let’s just say… the gaucho style is just not me. Not to mention they didn’t fit… but yeah, these were just a no.
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