Stitch Fix sent me an email saying they would waive my styling fee if I scheduled a fix before the end of February. And I had a few Stitch Fix credits (I seriously cant thank you guys enough for using my referral link). So I scheduled one.
Which was kind of dumb, because I knew I would fall in love with something and we technically are still recovering from our car situation. (I don’t think I blogged about it, but we did end up buying another car.)
But I did it anyway and it was fun to have a package delivered to my doorstep.
I asked for shoes I could wear to the zoo or park with the kids. A trench coat and items that will transition into spring. And as usual, I asked for breastfeeding friendly, machine washable clothing.
I kept my style profile as Classic and Preppy and totally forgot to update my Stitch Fix Pinterest board (a big help in making sure your stylist knows what you like).
And as for photographing everything…getting pictures of this fix was near impossible. You’ll see evidence of the frisbee that was being thrown at both Jordan and I via our children in protest.
Plus it was a little bit chilly, so we just snapped what we could and moved on. I apologize for the weird faces and poor lighting.
Papermoon Beverley Lace Side Panel Knit Top
How’s that for some resting b**** face for you? Haha….I had just narrowly missed a frisbee to the face. It was the only shot that wasn’t blurry and does not reflect my feelings about this shirt.
I’ve been asking for more green. I just love the color of this one. And the lace detail on the sides? So. Pretty. I love the little feminine touch of some lace.
I’ve typically strayed away from horizontal stripes, I but I think I like this one.
Diba Lovely Bootie
Pictured below. These are cute and comfortable. But the sued kind of scares me…doesn’t that get dirty super easy? Maybe I’m wrong. Also, I would probably prefer more of a caramel color because that would go with my navy pieces.
Verdict: Send back.
Market & Spruce Bernadette Lace Overlay Raglan Top
I love the lace on this one! And the grey jersey-like fabric is buttery soft. Unfortunately, the cream color of the lace wasn’t doing much for my pasty complexion.
Verdict: If it was a different color, I’d say yes! But it’s not a flattering color on me so back it goes.
41Hawthorn Crue Belted Trench Jacket
There’s the frisbee that was thrown at me again…On the bright side this trench is my favorite.
I was ready to cry when I realized how much I love it because of the price. It’s more than we can probably spend right now, even with my Stitch Fix credits.
But maybe if I feed cut back on our food budget a bit… (is that mean?)
It’s just so cute and warm and well made. And it goes with jeans and dresses and you know, it’s just super versatile. Which means it would fit in well with my capsule wardrobe. The only downside is that there are no pockets. But I think I could live with that.
Verdict: Want to keep so badly, but we have to have a budget meeting first.
Pixley Millie Textured Knit Dress
It was freezing outside so I didn’t try this one of for you guys. The fit was flattering but the color was horrendous. Like I looked like death rolled over. Muted gray isn’t my color.
Also, the fabric didn’t feel like high quality, so I’m not sure I would have kept it even if I did like the color. And it’s not breastfeeding friendly. Which is fine for right now since I’m not nursing that much, but for future kids it doesn’t make sense.
Verdict: Sent Back
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Which ones would you keep? Should I beans and rice it for a few nights to buy the trench?
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