We survived Monday! Today I have another Stitch Fix review for you. I promise to have more quality posts shortly. I am lacking in the camera department though; unless you count the Kodak Easy Share I have from 2001! My neighborhood is having a huge community garage sale this weekend so I’m hoping to make enough money (or at least half!) to buy a camera. I have my eye on a beautiful Nikon DSLR. If you want to make a contribution to my camera fund I am accepting donations 🙂
And now Stitch Fix #11 and some quality iPhone photos taken by my boyfriend…
Items 1 & 2 – Street Level Houston Small Quilted Crossbody $48.00 and Eight Sixty Brixton Balloon Print Tank $68.00
This tank is the same brand as the arrow print tank in my last Fix. My stylist send it because she knew I loved it. And I love this one equally! It has a cute hot air balloon print on the front and solid black back.
The crossbody is a beautiful teal color. It is sturdy and has plenty of room for my wallet and cell phone.
I kept both of these items!
Item 3 – Market and Spruce Dicaprio Layed Mixed Material Knit Shirt $54.00
Market and Spruce is a brand I’d never heard of. That’s what I love about Stitch Fix, they introduce me to new brands and styles I wouldn’t normally buy. And boy do I love this shirt. It’s soft and comfortable but dressy enough to wear to work with heels.
I kept this as well!
Item 4 – Papermoon Charlotta Geo Print Sleeveless Collared Shift Dress $58.00
There was a couple things working against this dress – it was completely see-through and it accentuated my hips in the worst possible way. Not as bad as the Moon Collection dress from my last Fix though. I added my Kut From The Cloth jean jacket from a prior Fix to cover it but it just wasn’t working for me.
I did not keep this.
Item 5 – Renee C Alecia Abstract Print Maxi Dress $68.00
Out of 11 Fixes I’ve probably received 20 something dresses and only kept 2. This is not one of them! I like the cut but not the pattern. It reminds me of a fiesta! It seems the only style of dresses that work for my body are sheath and a-line. I’m hoping for one of these styles next month.
Here are the styling cards I received this month…
What do you think? Did I keep the right things? Stayed tuned next month for my 12th Fix! I’m thinking about doing a year in review. I’m sure my boyfriend would LOVE to take all those pictures! 🙂
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