Stitch Fix Review #2

What's in the Stitch Fix Box

I’ve got to tell you, the excitement I get before opening a Stitch Fix box is like being a kid at Christmas again. I can’t remember the last time I was surprised and this is as close to a surprise as I could possibly give myself.

You have no idea what in the world they could have picked out for you. You know it’ll most likely be cute!

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After a whirlwind trip down to Charleston, SC yesterday to surprise my mom for her birthday, I was so excited to open the Stitch Fix box waiting for me. I made myself wait until this morning when I had some natural light to photograph both the box and myself (eek!) in the clothes.

I did all of these next 5 shots with a handy-dandy remote for my camera that was sitting on a tripod…all before Liam woke up! I know we always harp on ourselves, but seriously, I still have tired eyes from waking up and the humidity was a BEAST this morning. So, please excuse my looks.

Okay, are you ready to help me decide on what to keep?

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1. Zouk Carleen Abstract Print Flutter Sleeve Top – The sleeves are what get me with this shirt. I already have a very short waist and the sleeves make my waist look even smaller.

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2. Angie Miandra Crochet Detailed Cotton Tank – This tank was very comfortable and while it ‘hid’ everything, I feel like it looked like I was ‘hiding’ something. Although, it would be nice to be able to eat the entire ice cream sundae and afterwards not have to try and suck-in. 😉 Not gonna lie.

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3. Mystree Jojo Striped Floral Trim Cotton Tank – Such a comfortable top. It hid just the right stuff and has such cute accents on the sleeves. However. If you’ll look at how much they’re charging for this shirt, your mouth will drop as much as mine did.StitchFix Review 2-4 4. Renee C Kloye Striped Open Draped Cardigan – They must know me well because cardigan and me are best friends. While I love the colors of this (brings out the blue in my eyes?) and love the little ruching on the back, I’m at the same dilemma as last time…do I need another cardigan? At least this time it has full sleeves. StitchFix Review 2-55. Fiancee Zella Spaghetti Strap Maxi Dress – I don’t even know where to begin with this dress. First of all, where in the world do you up the elastic part of the dress?! I can already tell you I will not purchase this dress. I felt so exposed and granny in it. Ew.

Help me choose!

If you’ve been over to my store, you’ll notice my Fashion (or lack there of) collection where hopefully will be spruced up after I’m fixed with my Stitch Fix!

As far as pricing goes, I’ve still chosen to have receive the cheapest clothing they could find…because, well, I’m cheap. Here are the prices (which are high for me, but doable with the $20 styling fee going towards my purchase):

1. $48
2. $38
3. $48
4. $48
5. $48

You also get a 25% discount if you purchase everything in your box. Thanks for your help!

Stitch Fix Voting Results

VERDICT: After you voted, I’ve decided to keep the Blue Striped Cardigan. I’m actually on the hunt for a similar striped tank since that was 2nd place. 😀 Thank you for all of your fashion help! 

This is not a sponsored post. I purchased the Stitch Fix box by myself. This post does contain referral links for new sign-ups that gives me a small credit towards my next box because you want to make me more fashion forward, right?

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