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For this Fix I told my stylist I needed some pieces for a business trip, which is never any fun because I hate pretending to be a grown up. But I was headed to the Sunshine State to meet with a very big client that I wanted to impress. I asked for sharp, professional, and modest pieces in this Fix.
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I fell in love with this Stitch Fix floral red blouse from my last Fix. I returned it because it was out of my budget. Not sure if my stylist received my feedback that it was too expensive, because this month I received an almost identical one with an even higher price tag!
This lovely silk blouse has a deep split-V neckline and delicate blossom flowers. Purchasing a silk piece is an investment that I take pretty seriously. It’s beautiful, don’t get me wrong. And I’m pining for a staple silk blouse to add to my wardrobe. But this piece wasn’t quite the staple piece I was looking for. Returned.
Oh hey, hold up! Let me tell you about Stitch Fix for those that don’t know!
Stitch Fix is an online personal stylist service tailored to fit your taste, your budget, and your schedule. You can opt to receive Fixes automatically every few weeks, every few months, or on demand. You fill out a detailed questionnaire with things like your height, weight, and body shape, along with your style preferences. Stitch Fix carries a variety of price points (which you can pre-set during the questionnaire phase). They carry private label and recently started carrying premium brand items as well. Do you prefer dresses or pants? Are you feminine and flirty, classic, or edgy?
Your personal stylist will curate 5 pieces for you to try on in the comfort of your own home. You only keep what you like and return the rest. Shipping is free both ways and they even provide prepaid packaging. Just toss whatever you don’t want keep into the package, seal it up, and leave it for your postal carrier. The best part is if you keep all 5 pieces, you will get a 25% discount! And they only charges a $20 styling fee which is applied to anything you purchase.
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Stitch Fix #21
I don’t have a fancy camera y’all. Just an iPhone with crappy bedroom lighting, so this image does not do justice to this gorgeous cream blouse. How sexy would this be for date night 😍!? Romantic and breezy, this blouse has adjustable ties at the shoulder and a triple flutter hem line. Pair it with black denim and some sassy heels and you’re ready to hit the town. But eek – it was a little overwhelming on my petite frame, so it had to be returned.
Friends, I live and breath tee-shirts 7 days a week. They’re just so easy to wear and can be styled up or down for casual wear, depending on your accessories. So who was super excited to find this adorable Kate Spade ruffled tee in my Fix this month? 🙋🏻 🙋🏻🙋🏻Well, just one of me, not 3 of me. But that’s how excited I was. 😀 I have very narrow shoulders and these ruffles give the illusion they’re wider. Win! Kept.
I can appreciate my stylist sending this coral ruffled sleeve top. She knows how much I love an open neckline and cozy fabric. This Daniel Rainn top had the *softest* ever material and had a slight stretch to it. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t that flattering on me. Returned.
To complete this month’s Fix, my stylist sent these adorable leather booties by Mia. These would have been an easy “keeper”, except I might already have 2 identical pairs 😑.