In my note I requested to have Alex as my stylist, because thus far she's done a knock out job on each of my fixes. I also requested warm weather tops - because, Vegas. Since SF has upped their game and added shoes to their mix, I asked for a pair of Yosi flats I'd seen floating around Pinterest. And, once I again I requested a purse/tote for this fix. The last fix there were no purses to be had, and I was majorly bummed, as I'm in dire need of something other than a diaper bag.
The glorious day came when my fix was delivered, and I anxiously awaited until the kids were in bed to open the box (do you have any idea what kind of restraint that takes?!). When I opened the box I may have squealed with delight. I saw polka dots, and patterns, and SHOES and a TOTE.
Onward with the fashion show!
Lila Ryan || Liara Straight Leg Jean
Pixley || Curran Split Neck Blouse
The Curran Split Neck Blouse won my heart before I even pulled it out of the box. Navy? White polka dots? Just let me throw my money at you already, Stitch Fix.
Lila Ryan || Liara Straight Leg Jeans - Returned
Pixley || Curran Split Neck Blouse - Kept
Yosi Samra || Sandrine Ballet Flat
(like I wear heels anymore - Ha! Ha! Ha!).
Aratta || Hollace Button Front Blouse
Street Level || Liberty Braided Handle Tote
But the tote? I love the neutral color, it's totally versatile, and could be used all year long. I love the buttery soft leather. I love the braided detail in the handles, it's subtle, but lends a nice amount of detail to an otherwise fairly plain tote. I love that the bag itself is deep and could store all the (un)necessary crap that I toss into any give bag/purse/tote. I also appreciate the fact that a longer strap can be added for an over the shoulder look.
Aratta || Hollice Button Front Blouse - Returned
Street Level || Liberty Braided Handle Tote - Kept
There you have it. While the fix itself was a 2/5 I thought it was astonishingly fun and a successful fix. Raquel was super attentive, sent items that I loved, items that pushed me out of my comfort zone, and items that will easily be in frequent rotation. From now on I'll be requesting Alex and Raquel!
What do you think?? Did I keep the right pieces? Did I send back items I should have kept?
Are you a Stitch Fixer? No? What are you waiting for?
For $20 a box, a personal stylist will hook you up with some fun, cute clothes. If you love what's sent your way, the $20 is then applied to your total. Don't love anything? The $20 is about what it would cost you in gas to head to the mall. Toss in the mandatory Starbucks, and you've easily spent $20+. Plus, you get to have a little fashion show in the comfort of your own home. Wins all around, if you ask me.
Give it a shot! It's honestly one of the most fun things I've done for myself in a very, very long time. It doesn't hurt that my wardrobe is seeing some major improvements from it as well.
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