So you might notice, that I only posted my first Stitch Fix and didn’t really say anything about my 2nd delivery. I’ll be honest, it was VERY disappointing BUT I provided a lot of feedback, emailed with their awesome customer service department, and this time around was so much better!!
Here are the pieces I received:
Le Sample Kahlo Embroidered Racerback Tank: KEEP!
I had seen this in a few other fixes and liked it so I was happy to receive my own. I’m a sucker for a cute racerback tank- especially in our FL weather. This one is different than any of my others in that it does have a slight high/low hemline going on (more on that below), but it’s not too dramatic and I think it actually works well for this top! The pic on the right is when I received it, and on the left is how I wore it recently.
Denna Colored Skinny Jean: KEEP
After not really liking the jeans I was sent in my last fix, I was leery of receiving another pair. Let’s face it, it’s hard to find a well-fitting pair of jeans!! While these fit me well, I wouldn’t exactly call them skinny jeans (I have the Mia style in this same brand for skinnies). They fit me more like straight leg pants, but I still kept them because I loved the color and they are super lightweight which is nice for indoors in the summer (hello over-a/c much!?) The top pics are me trying on my fix and the bottom is how I styled the pants recently for a night out with friends.
Corinna Striped Dolman Top: KEEP
Again, I had seen this top in other fixes and actually requested it. It’s super cute and the fabric is much softer than I expected. I can see this being a year-round top for me! It’s simple, casual but also looks put together without much effort. My kind of wardrobe piece!
Shanon Colorblock Highlow Maxi Dress: RETURN
I liked the color blocking and the racerback style (hello rut much?), but the high/low hemline on this dress just felt a little too dramatic- especially for the casual nature of the dress. I’m not a huge fan of the high/low trend to begin with and this dress just didn’t work for me. The back was so long it felt like a train. I know I could cure that with simple wedges but for the cost of the dress, I just didn’t see myself feeling comfortable enough in it to wear it all the time. I also spent some time thinking of ways I could possibly alter the dress (make the hemline even), but in order to accomplish that, it would have basically removed the tan color block. Sadly, I had to send this one back.
Hanover Stone Chandelier Earrings: RETURN
I actually loved these earrings, but when I decided I couldn’t justify keeping the dress (and therefore wasn’t going to get the 25% off), it didn’t make sense to keep these when I found a similar pair at Target for WAY less. Again, if the dress had worked out, I would have absolutely kept these earrings!!
So there you have it, a fun Stitch Fix this time around. If you haven’t tried them yet, the links in this post can help you get started (and yes, I’ll get a referral credit, but only if you sign up/order).
Fun fact: Stitch Fix now offers fixes 3 different delivery options:
- As requested (you log on and say when you’re ready- no minimum)
- On a 2-3 week interval