This month’s Stitch Fix review is extra special because I’ve partnered with them for a giveaway! More to come after all of the details of my most recent fix, and spoiler alert, it was a GOOD one 😀
Top & Jeans (and necklace from a previous fix) / Stitch Fix // Bracelet / Kyle Chan Design // Mules / Abound at Nordstrom Rack // Jacket / Gap // Sunnies / Amazon // Crossbody bag / Forever 21
My stylist thought I would love this pair of colored denim.. And she was right! They fit well and actually pair really nicely with solids and print tops. I didn’t notice they are “cropped” which for this pair means just a touch above my ankle. I’ve had this issue before with cropped pairs, that it doesn’t look intentional, so I cuffed these up a bit.
The top is definitely up my alley as well, combining some of my favorite things… Floral print, polka dots and lace! It was tiny bit snug around my hips, but nothing too uncomfortable to stop me from wearing it.
Jeans, $78 and top, $48, kept.
Cardigan & jeans / Stitch Fix // Wedges / JustFab (similar) // Blouse / Daniel Rainn at Nordstrom Rack
See, these jeans pair well with so many things! I was super excited to pull out this embroidered, dolman-sleeve cardigan, right up until I noticed the long sleeves, eek! It’s 96 degrees outside right now, so I will have to reserve this piece for cooler nights or bring it back out around fall. Still a keeper though, because it’s just so cute!
Cardigan, $58, kept.
Kimono / Stitch Fix // T-shirt / Aerie // Jeans & bag / Old Navy // Wedges / JustFab // Necklace / Sweet Lola // Sunnies / YHF Los Angeles from the Box of Style
A $28 light layering piece in a cute print, come on! This kimono I knew I was definitely going to keep. I could wear it over a black tank dress, with a black tee and jeans, or even over my swimsuit. Such an easy “third-piece” item.
Kimono, $28, kept.
Top / Stitch Fix // Jeans / Old Navy // Necklace / eBay // Flats / Sole Society (similar)
Last but not least, this elevated basic grey top. It does look kind of plain from the front, so I added a lovely (and sparkly!) statement necklace to jazz it up a bit. I love the knotted detail on the back and can see myself pairing it with a little lacy bralette peeking out as summer progresses, or when fall comes around again, a vivid print scarf.
Top, $38, kept.
All in all, I kept… Everything!
I was super happy with this fix.. From the fit of the items, to how well they suit my clothing personality, and the price points were very reasonable for me.
CONTEST ENDED!! Now on to the fun stuff! I’ve partnered with Stitch Fix to offer one lucky winner a $50 gift card towards a fix! Keep it for yourself or give it to someone as a gift, although you know what I would say! To enter, you just need to fill out a Style Profile and then come back here to comment “done!” That’s it! The best part is, all existing Stitch Fix members will be automatically entered to win, as long as they comment “done” below! We will be checking to make sure that a profile has been filled out, so if you did it a while ago, make sure to edit to fit your current preferences. This contest will run until 6/25/17 at 5PM PST and the winner will be chosen at random and announced via email shortly after. Good luck, ladies!
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All pictures by Holli Z Photography.