With my 30th birthday this past weekend, I scheduled myself a fix from Stitch Fix to treat myself! It’s so hard to go shopping with a baby, let alone with clothes- so this is the best way to do it! I really enjoy pinning specific Stitch Fix items on my Pinterest board, but also appreciate a fun surprise every now and then.
I asked for casual, classic pieces in plain colors and not too many patterns. No boxy tunics or sheer tops. Check out what I got!
Market & Sprice Corinna Striped Dolman Top ($48)
I had pinned this top in a couple different colors so glad that it came in my fix! I loved how neutral is was while the stripes gave it something a bit more than a standard shirt. The sleeves were just a little too tight for my liking though. Back it went!
Loveappella Orchird Henley Knit Top ($58)
This was one my stylist picked out. Really love the color, but hate the cut. Very clingy fabric, and definitely not worth the price tag in my opinion. When I saw I had a Loveappella item in my fix when it shipped, I was super excited because I love my Evie Drawstring Funnel Neck Sweatshirt (worn here), but this one? Not so much.
Market & Spruce Margerie Stripe & Dot Open Cardigan ($68)
I pinned this cardigan and we so pleased to get it and try it out! I love this because it has a gathered back, which makes it more structured than a regular cardigan, and it’s REVERSIBLE!
I really went back and forth on keeping this one, and in the end, I decided to send it back. Hope I won’t regret it! I just couldn’t figure out what other tops to pair it with besides white. The style card had it paired with a fuschia dress, but I don’t have that color in my closet. And the blue in the cardigan isn’t a true navy…it’s more of a purpleish-blue. Wish it was navy because it would have more remixing potential!
Brixon Ivy Lawley Cable Knit Open Cardigan ($68)
I had this cardigan pinned FOREVER and finally got it- success! Love the neutral gray (it comes in other colors like a caramel color- swoon!) Most open cardigans have the extra fabric that has the potential to lay weird across the chest, but this is knit into the sweater to double as pockets- so fun! This one was a keeper (and I’m wearing it now as I type this!) Very cute, cozy and warm!
Andrew Marc Kayseri Faux Leather Knit Moto Jacket ($88)
My stylist included this jacket after seeing a similar one on my Pinterest board. This jacket looks like a million bucks, but the price point is pretty reasonable! It has some give on the sides since it has knit material there, and the asymmetrical zipper and large lapels are perfection. It’s super flattering when zipped up and fits great, but I felt that it didn’t lay all that well on me when unzipped. Plus, since I am at home the majority of my days with a baby, this jacket wasn’t super practical for my current lifestyle.
So in the end, I feel like my stylist did a great job picking out some specific pieces I wanted, along with a few surprises that fit my style profile. Almost kept a few pieces this time, but decided to limit myself to one Stitch Fix piece…especially after this month’s clothing budget purchases…which you will see later this week.
What would you have kept?
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