I've actually received my third Stitch Fix ! (No, I did not get paid for this post, but wouldn't it be cool if I did? ;-)) For those of you that are new around here, Stitch Fix is a lovely way to purchase clothes without actually shopping! Their site has a pretty in depth survey you complete about what you like to wear and your current needs. There is also a spot to choose the price range you prefer. A stylist then selects five items and mails them to you. How often they ship is completely up to you. The things you like, you keep. The others are mailed back in a return envelope included in your box. Easy peasy! All in the comfort of your own home! In my survey, I specifically asked for business casual items and just recently changed my schedule so I receive a box monthly.
So, here's what came in my Stitch Fix box this time! Four tops and a pair of dark wash denim skinnies.
The ones on the left are Stella Colorblock Dolman Sleeve Knit Shirt and Cathleen Striped Tulip Sleeve Blouse. On the right side, we have Edmond Chevron Print Henley Shirt and Moni Stud Detailed 3/4 Sleeve Blouse. The pants (not pictured) are Johnny Skinny Jeans. On the hanger, I only liked three of the tops.
What do you think you would keep?
First up is the Moni Stud Detailed 3/4 Sleeve Blouse. Frankly, this is the one I did NOT like on the hanger! ;-) It turned out to be my favorite in this box! How funny is that?! It goes to work with white pants and nude heels. It's a little bit sheer, so I add a plain black cami underneath. I think it would be cute with cut offs and strappy sandals at upcoming Summer Concerts. Keeper!
The next photo comes with a 'crazy hair' alert. You may want to stop reading right now! (Does your hair ever misbehave? Please tell me I'm not the only one! It got shoved into a pony tail, but somehow still managed to stick straight out of the side of my head! How does that happen?)
Edmond Chevron Print Henley Shirt has very soft fabric. This is the kind of easy fit I can live in all Summer! In this photo we were off to the grocery store and about 47 other errands. For work, it gets tucked into a medium brown skirt. Keeper!
I also kept the Johnny Skinny Jeans, but didn't photograph them for you. You've seen dark wash skinnies before, right?
While I love the colors of Stella and Cathleen, neither one fit, so they hopped in the return envelope included in the box and went back. How easy is that?!
So, what do you think of my Stitch Fix box this time?