Stitch Fix #10: Hits & Misses

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

I just got my 10th Stitch Fix box in the mail! 

(10?? I suppose it *has* been more than two years since my first fix. Wow, time flies.)

My trusty assistant helped me set up the outfit shots - got this outtake before I started, which I had to include because of the "quality swine feed" in the background!

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By now you probably know about Stitch Fix, right? It's a personal stylist service (which now serves men and plus size women as well!) that sends you a box of five items based on your sizes and style profile when you request one. It's pretty fun, a great way to step out of your comfort zone, and an excellent way to save a little time when it comes to shopping! 

My stylist, Alexandra, really nailed my style last time. I was pretty excited to see what she came up with this time around! And I still haven't decided exactly what I'm keeping and what I'm sending back, so pleeeease help me out?

Item 1: Sade New York Jamiee Knit Dress, $78 (similar, similar)

This dress is adorable. So me, in every single way. It's a crossover top, so super nursing-friendly, adorable print, extremely flattering. Except... It's a little short. This is a petite size, and I think the length would be just right in the normal size (I'm 5'2" so can sometimes go either way). But at $78, I think even exchanging for the normal length is out - it's just out of my price range. But WOW it's cute!

Verdict: No.

Q&A Abrielle Shirt Dress, $78 (similar, similar but cuter)

Cecilia liked this one the best - she thought it was so beautiful. I... was less enamored. I don't love the bright blues (although it really fit with the color scheme of the box - it was a very cohesive capsule!), and the ruffle hits at an awkward spot. Very "I'm a homeschooler" and not in a good way... Nursing-friendly, and would probably look adorable on someone taller! But not for me.

Verdict: No.

This last outfit is three different pieces that work nicely together.

41Hawthorn Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan, $38 (similar in lots of colors, similar in more colors)

Loveappella Deanne Floral Maxi Skirt, $58 (similar for $8, similar for $14, similar print)

Z Supply Tilda Knit Top, $28

First off, I love the print on the skirt! But it's a pretty thin material, and I've been having trouble catching maxis on fencing and thorns lately, so I know this wouldn't last me long.

The cardigan is not a color I ever wear (it's more of a jewel-tone pink than the picture shows). I almost didn't even try it on, because it's so not me. But... Looking at the pictures, maybe it actually works? It would actually match quite a few things I own, and I loooove open cardigans. It fits just right and is super-comfy. So maybe?

I don't have a white t-shirt, and that's a staple everyone needs! This one is nice and drapey, can be knotted for a little more structure, and is super-comfy. But do I love the neckline? I usually go for v-necks because crew necks don't look quite right. But it's sooo comfy. What would you do?

Verdict: Skirt, no. Top & Cardigan... Maybe? Help!

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