I am here to tell you I was NOT prepared for my Stitch Fix delivery this time, but man am I glad I finally got around to trying my items on. Between chaperoning golf lessons for the two littlest McGuires, tennis buddies, lunch, a orthodontist appointment, squirt gun fight and ice cream sandwich breaks, I finally got a few brief moments today to throw these items and check out what’s what.
Not sure what a ‘Stitch Fix‘ is? No problem! Let me enlighten you to the wonder and fabulous guilty pleasure of having a personal stylist pick out close for you, pack them and send them to your door to try on in the comfort of your own home. It is fabulous.
This is how it works.
Now you have to promise to forgive the lack of makeup and the funky wind blow summer crazy hair. Remember, its summer! Stuff’s going on!
First up in my box was this darling Jemma Crochet Front Knit Top from Skies are Blue. I especially love the fact that my stylist picked me something ivory and not white.
The best part is this can be easily paired with a little skirt, but it also works well with on of my favorite brands Kut From The Kloth Haiden Jeans.
This was definitely a keeper for me.
I have been hoping forever to get a fun dress in my Stitch Fix for the summer months. They keep sending them, but nothing has wow’d me yet . . . until this month.
I absolutely adore this Aya Eyelet Dress from Brixon Ivy. It was the perfect length and the right combination of fun but still dressy.
Unfortunately, while it fit me great on the bottom half, my top half was not having any of it. I couldn’t even get the zipper all the way up. I’m so bummed, but I also know that a medium would have been way to big around the middle, so this one is going back. (Darn it!)
Next, up Kate sent me pair of Finnegan Roll Cuff Chino Shorts from Dear John. Look at my complexion friends. I am NOT a shorts girl. I am white and pasty, but despite all that, I really kind of loved the way these fit.
They have a wide, low riding waistband that was especially comfortable, and the length was perfect. . .not too short and too long. And the blue stripes weren’t over powering.
I decided to go ahead and keep them.
A Macey Printed Maxi Skirt from Renee C was the next item I tried on from this month’s fix.
Although it fit great and was super comfortable, I couldn’t get past the print and colors in this one. I have quite a few maxi skirts that I love, and I knew I would choose one of them to wear over this every time. So this one is going back.
Last up in this fix, was a Tully Lace Back Cardigan from En Creme. It had a little bohemian feel to it which usually isn’t my style. But I really liked the feel of it and how it fit. I thought this would be super easy to pair with jeans or summer dress.
The cardigan isn’t too heavy either, so it might be just the perfect item to slip into my luggage for Vegas. Those conference rooms can get a bit breezy.
So that’s this month’s fix. If you’d like to win a fix for yourself. Please make sure you enter to win below, and remember, when you’re done, head over to both Maria’s blog at Kindercraze and Mary’s blog at Sharing Kindergarten and enter their Stitch Fix giveaway as well.
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