Stitch Fix Review May 2016Sunday, May 15, 2016
Stitch Fix Review May 2016
Time for another Stitch Fix Review! This month I begged my stylist to send me the floral tank that I had in my last fix but returned. I loved it, but didn't have the extra money to spend on it last month. I was in luck: look what I saw when I opened the box!
Loveappella Mavina Floral Print Keyhole Detail Tank- $48
This shirt is perfect. I love the little cut out at the top, it's soft, and casual. It's one of those shirts that I don't have to think about. It goes great with jeans or skirts and does well with so many different colors.
Gilli Kamile Knit Dress- $64
|This little guy wanted to pop in for a picture!|
I've found that I love Gilli dresses. I've received a couple similar ones that I've kept in past fixes and raved about them. My stylist remembered and sent me this one as well. The style of the top is the same as the other dresses I've kept from this brand. The ruching across the chest and waist, the wide shoulder straps....those are all aspects that I loved about the other dresses as well. But this one is different in that it has a patterned bottom...and the texture of the bottom is like a really soft velvet?? I don't know, but it's pretty amazing. I had asked for some mixed materials/patterns and she hit the nail on the head with this one! And it's sooo comfy, extra bonus points!!
Market & Spruce Mora Textured Short- $58 with the Market & Spruce Gillia Lace Detail Knit Top- $58
I have had this shirt on my Stitch Fix inspiration Pinterest Board for a long time. They finally had it in and available in my size. I was so happy to see it and even more happy when I put it on and found it it fit exactly as I imagined! I think the different patterns are really cute and adds a little something to an otherwise normal striped shirt. The top portion, where the design is, is also lacy which I also enjoy.
The shorts are another story. I really wanted these to work out, because I liked the pattern and the color...but they were a little tight in the waist. It has those metal clasps and the inside button if you know what I'm talking about, and I was able to get it to close, but....it wasn't very flattering. I liked that the bottom portion of the shorts wasn't sewn into the cuff. You are able to roll them up or down to whatever length you are comfortable with.
Status: Shirt Kept, Shorts Returned
Street Level Kaelyn Laser Cut Two Tone Reversible Tote- $68
It's also reversible!
And comes with a cute little clutch!
3/5 not bad! My husband thought I should keep everything in this box, but I decided that since the shorts were too tight and I didn't really need another black bag that I should be good and save the extra money.
Next month I asked my stylist to see if she can send items that all kind of mix and match together and area easy to pack/won't wrinkle much as I'm going to be traveling up north for about 10 days in early June and I only want to bring a carry on. Wish me luck on being able to fit all my clothes and other items I want to bring for 10 days in a carry on and personal item! This is the first time I'm attempting to really "pack light" for a trip, but I really want to start doing it. It makes traveling so much easier.
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