With school, work, family and life in general it seems that the only time I am finding the spare time to post is when my Stitch Fix comes in the mail. I got my 3rd Stitch Fix in the mail this week. I’ve had it since Wednesday and just now found the time to try things on, take pics, and post.
I have really mixed feelings about this Stitch Fix but in an effort not to bias you I will save my thoughts and feelings for the end. And as always, if you want your own Stitch Fix, please use my referral link here.
This is a zip back tank with an abstract print. I paired it with the Dean Skinny Jeans by Just Black. Tank is $58 and the Jeans are $78.
Here I have it paired with the cardi as well. The cardi is very lightweight and a good transitional piece. Cost $54.
Here is the other tank I got. It is a honeycomb print in white on navy. Cost is $54.
And here it is with the cardi as well.
Last is the dress. It is black and white striped and a fit & flare style. Cost is $68.
Total cost for everything if I bought them all is $209.50 since I would get a 25% discount.
My thoughts on things…..
I really like the Rover Abstract Print tank. It is comfy, lightweight, and not like a bunch of stuff I already own. Plus it would go great with these orange pants I have. I also really like the cardi just for how versatile and transitional it is. I don’t want the jeans. They fit really well but I already have multiple pairs of skinny dark wash jeans and don’t need another. The other tank I could take or leave. It is okay but not great. Last is the dress. I want to love this dress. Part of me does love this dress. It is super versatile and looks cute with brown boots, heels, etc. Also, I can wear it to work without having to find something to throw over it. Problem….I’m not 100% sure how it looks on me. It has a waist that doesn’t quite hit me at my waist because I am so short waisted. So what are your thoughts?
Note: I still haven’t figured out a good way to do this with my good camera and please disregard the crack in the mirror.