It’s Stitch Fix time and once again I am absolutely giddy! I’m like a little kid waiting for it to arrive in the mail and when it arrives I stop everything to see what’s inside! Then, I hold my breathe as I unwrap the tissue hoping I’ll like at least one thing… eek! Ready to see what’s in the box with me?
Quick intro first:
A few month ago my friend Gretchen introduced me to Stitch Fix. I was still on the fence about it so I asked if she would write a post about it so I could learn more. I was curious to hear more and I figured others were probably curious too! You can read her post here: Why Moms Love Stitch Fix.
I’m now on box #2…. here’s a peek at what I got, what I kept and what I returned.
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IN MY BOX:
Duvall Keyhole Back Top
I went back and forth on this one but end up deciding I didn’t like the neckline for bending down to help kids all day. It was adorable though!
Edmond Chevron Print Henley Shirt
This one is absolutely adorable and fits great. I loved it so much I wore it for my new headshots for the back of my new book.
Mira Skinny Jean
Oh my word! They nailed it on this pair of jeans — which is a tall order for someone who is only 6 weeks postpartum! They fit PERFECTLY and are super, super comfy!
Clifton Textured Tote
I wanted to keep this one so bad! It’s adorable and the pocket on the front would have been perfect for my huge 6Plus phone, no more fishing to find it inside a huge bag while the call goes to voicemail. But without the keep 5 discount I just couldn’t justify the cost. (If you keep all 5 Stitch Fix items you get a 25% discount on your entire order.)
Verdict: Returned 🙁
Malynn Soft Moto Vest
I went back and forth on this one but I couldn’t find anything in my closet to pair it with. I also couldn’t decide if I would actually end up wearing it since the style is a little different than my usual look. I’m all for branching out but since I didn’t love it I decided to send it back.
Verdict: Returnedthis easy step-by-step tutorial on how start a blog (no tech knowledge required).