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I think I officially qualify as a Stitch Fix addict.
Here we are, on Fix #8, and I still get overly excited when I see the shipping notification in my inbox. Maybe it’s the unique pieces that I know are inside my box, but I think it’s more because this is one thing that is completely about ME.
Momma needs some love too, sometimes.
So, while I count down the days until my next Fix, check out the fun I received last week!
Daniel Rainn Helga Abstract Print Pocket-Front Tank
I really did like this tank – the pattern, the leather detail on the pocket, and the fact that it was machine washable. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately?) it was just too big!
I think I’ve officially hit a major post-pregnancy milestone – I just wanted this tank to be more fitted around my belly. Wishing for tighter clothes post-baby? Pretty sure I haven’t thought that in a day or 3487234.
Jak Hydee Graphic Print Henley Woven Shirt
Stitch Fix must have a note on my file that says, “This woman will buy every 3/4 length tab sleeve blouse we send her.”
Well not this time, stylist Dan-Thy!
I actually wrote in my comments to lay off this style of shirt for awhile. Sure, I liked the colors (FINALLY. Some bright colors in my box!), but there was no freaking way I was spending… wait for it… $78 on a paper thin shirt when I already own 4 similar versions.
Pomelo Aleah V-Neck Heathered Dolman Sleeve Shirt
Look familiar? I’ve had this shirt sent to me now in three different colors and prints.
Every time I’m so tempted to buy it. It’s soft, wearable, and could be dressed up or down. At least this time my excuse was valid – it was just too big.
So, in another few boxes when I see this again in a Small… I’ll probably have to keep it.
Under Skies Lora Embroidered Denim Vest – KEEP!
I’m starting a new trend here. Watch out – the denim vest (read: 1995) is back!
My stylist saw an outfit I pinned, where the girl was wearing a denim vest and black leggings. I love when they pull something directly from my Pinterest board – like seriously, it makes me giddy!
I can’t say I ever thought to own a denim vest, but when I put this on I kind of liked the direction my wardrobe was going. Like I’ve said before – I’m not entirely sure how to style this for my life yet, but I can see it being a nice staple to have!
Kut From The Kloth Denna Skinny Jean
These jeans were too long, and the pocket design made my butt look saggy.
Do I have to say more?
For at least the immediate future, I’m going to continue to write my Stitch Fix reviews. I know I enjoy reading other people’s reviews, and sometimes those posts help me add specific items to my Stitch Fix Pinterest board. However, I’m considering putting an end date on this “series.”
Tell me: should I continue to review my Fixes? If yes, how can I customize these reviews to benefit you, the reader, more?
I LOVE reading/looking at your Stitch Fix reviews! They make me soooo excited to get my next one! You look fantastic btw, I can’t even tell you actually had a baby!
Looooooove your stitch fix reviews, don’t stop or ill throw tantrum. I’m not sure how you only picked one thing because everything looked fantastic on you!!!!
Kristin Roe says
Ditto what Amanda said! It really seems like your fixes are getting better and better and I love living vicariously through you by seeing them all!