My August Stitch Fix Review has arrived, woohoo! It’s so surreal to say August, geeze. I’m going to be 32 in a couple months, and I feel like that number is definitely creeping up on me! Anyway, on to the fix and the end-of-summertasticness that it tuned out to be. This round, I asked for an off-shoulder top, some colorful tanks, and a new maxi dress.
I’ll start with the maxi dress, which was most definitely my least favorite piece in my fix. I’m not a self-hater by far, but trust me when I say that this is a dress that will only look flattering on a super skinny chick. It’s one of those dresses that clings to every little part of you, accentuating EVERYTHING. Also the self-tie belt was a little ridiculous. The rest of the pieces those were SO cute and perfect for the season. Read on to hear my thoughts on the rest of this month’s fix..
This embroidered-neck top was SO cute when I pulled it out of the box, but wearability because such an issue with this one. It looked off wearing a bralette, because of the neckline, but because of the sheerness, you could see my strapless bra quite visibly. At $32, it was a great deal, but I kind of have to be able to wear a bra.
Top, $32, returned.
Ahhhh, this print! So vivid, so cheery and floral. The lace-up detailing is a cute touch, and I love that the bag and shoe pairings with this top are endless.
Tank, $36, kept.
“Totes adorbs” is the first thought that came to mind when trying on this top. At second glance, though, it was a little bit, and also had a small snag in the front. I tried to swap it out for a smaller size, but it wasn’t available, so, at $48, it was sent back.
This silly thing, haha. At $58, it wasn’t the most I’d ever spend on a maxi dress, but I would pay more for one that fit better. Dress, returned.
So this top I was on the fence about until the end. It had a sheer printed bandana-like material on the back, but the front just seemed a touch basic to me. Not special enough to warrant keeping.
Top, $48, returned.
Overall, I thought I was going to be keeping more from this fix, but after remembering I’m really trying to pare down my wardrobe to basics and pieces I can’t live without, I kept only the one tank that I fell in love with. I hope you enjoyed my August Stitch Fix review!
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