Hi everyone! So my Stitch Fix box came this weekend, and I'm so excited to share with you what they sent me - this box was SO SUCCESSFUL. (If you missed my first post that explained Stitch Fix, click here.) I love everything they sent really, but I'm keeping three items that were total winners, so read on to find out why and which ones!
This top! I LOVE this pretty halter top. I actually pinned it to my Stitch Fix Pinterest board, and my stylist sent it to me, so that was awesome! It was really flattering and light. This is a size small, and if you can find it online (I couldn't, sadly) it's called the "Dakota Crochet Detail Halter" by Daniel Rainn. It was $68, which is more than I would normally spend on a top, but I felt like it was really special.
I also loved this top. I thought it was a great shade of blue and the flowy nature of it makes it great for nursing in public. It drapes really nicely and was also made of a super light fabric. I actually wore it that day, which I think always says something great about a new item, when you wear it right away. It's by Skies are Blue, this is a small which you can see runs a little big, and it's called the "Walters Crochet Detail Top." It was a very reasonable $44.
The jeans I'm wearing with those two tops were also in my fix, but they were a miss. First of all, I don't really need full length pants in the summer in St. Louis. Second, they are a size 27 (my usual size) and ran huge. They're very soft and stretchy and I easily could have worn a 26 which is totally unheard of for me. They're by Mavi, called the "Freida Ankle Length Skinny Jean" and I personally wouldn't really recommend them, especially for the price ($98!)
This dress was the big hit of the fix - crazy nursing friendly, Darrell LOVED it, and it's really really comfortable. This was an item that I wouldn't have picked out for myself at all, but I loved it on. It's also the right length which is something hard for me with maxi dresses because I'm so short! It's by a brand called Gilli, the Zuli Striped Maxi Dress, and this is a medium. It was $78, which again is more than I would normally spend on something like this but I kept it because it looked great on, and because Darrell insisted!
Lastly, they sent this big reversible stitched tote. It wasn't real leather, and I didn't just love it (it felt a lot like something you would get at Target for $30) so I decided to send it back with the jeans. All in all, I was thrilled to get two cute new tops AND a cute new dress! I'm already looking forward to next month's fix - I changed my frequency to have them come less often since I don't need clothes too badly right now - and crossing my fingers I get my first 5/5.
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