Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Stitch Fix #2

I got my second Stitch Fix last week, a day earlier than it was expected again, and I once again loved my selections! After my first Fix when things weren't exactly fitting well but were all things I liked, I adjusted my settings and this second Fix was a much better fit!

The first thing I noticed was the WHITE Filbert 3/4 Sleeve Popover Blouse.  I had pretty much decided before I even looked at how it fit or the price that it would go back because me with white is just asking for disaster.  At work, I have 14 little bodies to hand print it with another color and at home I have a 3 year old buddy to do the same.  And ANYWHERE, I have my clumsy self to deal with.  I did however try it on and it was very see through so it would require a tank underneath.  However, it was snug in my chest area but lots of material on the sleeves, so just no.

The second thing I tried on were the Kaleigh Ankle Biter Skinny Jeans.  While in the last fix I couldn't even get the pants all the way up, these I could and they fit! I tried these on probably three different times debating on them.  I didn't LOVE them.  They were amazing.  They bunched a little weird on my lower leg.  I also own a pair that is slightly similar in color.  So I decided no, because I didn't NEED them or LOVE them for $88.

I though the Mico Cut Out Drop Earrings looked super cute.  I tried them on and I just wasn't comfortable in them.  They are super cute, but I am not used to wear BIG earrings and I just wasn't in love.  Honestly, now with my new hair cut I may have liked them a bit more.  I just felt a little uncomfortable wearing them.  I think I only own stud earrings and a few drop earrings but not even a hoop.  So I may need a earring stylist ha.

Next I tried on the Corinna Striped Dolman Top.  I really liked the green color and I loved the length.  It was perfect for me to wear with skinny jeans or dark work pants.  The arms fit and the chest area fit.  However, it was very roomy in my stomach area.  Like so roomy that it then didn't lay right.  I honestly tried this on multiple times with multiple pants and looked in multiple mirrors because I WANTED to like this shirt.  I've been wanting a shirt just like this.  But, I knew if I got it, I would constantly be worried about the baggy-ness of the stomach area.  So, this was sent back too.

I have a cardigan problem.  I adore them.  I live in them.  I was so excited to try on the Chamberlin Striped Drape Front Cardigan.  It's a nice long perfect length for what I like.  So perfect with my jeans and boots and PERFECT with my leggings.  It was a bit pricey so I tried it on a gazillion times with almost my whole wardrobe and I finally decided to ignore my cheapness and get it! Also, the sleeves fit perfectly and it is so soft! I'm worried how the drape will lay occasionally, but I don't really care.  Because it is so soft and comfy!

I decided to sign up for another fix, but not until December.  I've been impressed with the selections because they've all looked like things I'd enjoy on the hanger, but the putting it on my body is always up for a crap shoot!

If you'd like to check out Stitch Fix and give me a credit for my next fix, please and thank you! Please click here for my referral link!  Otherwise, this is solely my opinion and paid for by my hard earned dollars. 

If you don't know about Stitch Fix, it is a service where you pay a $20 styling fee and get 5 pieces delivered straight to your house.  You can try them on and keep what you want and mail back what you don't.  You can spend as little as the $20 if you don't like anything but if you do buy something the 20 is taken off that item.  You also get a discount if you order all 5 things!  It's pretty fun and it will sure beat going out into the crowds this winter!

What was your favorite item pictured? (Sorry, I suck at actually photographing my stuff! ha)

And a bonus pic.. My new hair.. I kinda love it.  I just hope I can make it cute on my own!

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