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So, this month’s Stitch Fix box arrived while I was in Chicago! Oops….so I had to hurry and decide which items to keep and which items to send back! Please excuse all these selfies including my wet hair and my husband’s Army gear in the background! LOL!
Here’s what I got:
Item numero uno: Ivy Zig-Zag Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse. I don’t have any chevron shirts in my wardrobe so I was drawn to this shirt immediately. It’s loose, but not too loose, so I kept this one. $68.Item 2: Conrad Textured Fit & Flare 3/4 Sleeve Dress. When I pulled this out of the box, I initially thought “what an ugly granny dress!” but tried it on and ended up loving it! It was a little short for my liking, so I’ll have to wear some leggings with it, but overall, it fit like a glove and I love the 3/4 sleeves. I try all my clothes on before looking at the price tags, so falling in love with this and keeping it was a bit of a splurge for me. $98. Item 3: a coat!! This is the Jahana Funnell Collar Coat. Open this coat is pretty adorable, I have to say.But once I close it, that collar. HOLY MOLY. It’s big and uncomfortable. For $88, I sent it back.Here’s my 4th piece. Beau Windowpane Swing Skirt. Kind of retro and totally accentuated my hips in not a good way. $68. And I sent this sucker back.Last item I got: Sophia Skinny Jeans. Can you see those unfortunate love handles? Yeah, not so hot.But on the back of these, they say “you look pretty skinny”…..umm. No. LIARS!! These were $88 and I happily folded these back up and sent them back.
Overall, I kept 2/5 which seems to be a theme for me. Not bad, but I have yet to get a box that I completely LOVE. We shall see what November has in store.
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