My 23rd Stitch Fix!
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Stitch Fix has been talking about “style goals” for 2016 – basically thinking about how you can step out of your fashion comfort zone. While my deep thoughts don’t usually include fashion, I did think carefully about what to request this month. I wanted to try a statement piece like a fur vest, and some different cuts like a cold shoulder top and a peplum top. Here’s some of the looks I pinned on my Pinterest fashion favorites board:
My stylist, Lucy, provided me with a very personalized fix and I had lots of fun styling the different pieces for this review. Let me know what you think in the comments! And don’t forget to check back on the blog this Friday for a very exciting surprise that you won’t want to miss! Be sure to sign up as an email subscriber (in the margin on the right), to always get the latest updates. 🙂
Lemon Tart Terra Faux Fur Vest ($128)
This is my Game of Thrones fashion moment. I am so glad Lucy sent this because I have been wanting a faux fur vest. However, I thought this was too much fur for my frame. It was super cozy and I loved the color, but I would prefer a smaller cut. And the price, yikes! My daughter Stella was a big helper 🙂
Alice Blue Nylie Peplum Blouse ($58)
We aren’t going to talk about how white my legs are. Nope. Not gonna.
I was playing around with the selfie stick that Stitch Fix sent me awhile ago, so some of the pictures are iPhone quality. Selfies are harder than they look.
This top is awesome, it has some stretch and it’s nicely lined, I really love how it feels. It’s a little more dressy than I usually wear so I didn’t think I would want to keep it, but I know I’ll wear it. I paired it here with a pencil skirt, because I’m channeling my inner Kardashian.
Taylor Poe Dress ($88)
This dress is ridiculously cute and I had a grand old time bouncing around my house in it. Oh and it has pockets. I love dresses with pockets. Unfortunately this dress just didn’t work for me. I wanted it to so badly. But, I am short and have an annoyingly short torso and it made me feel stumpy. It was a little too big. I would definitely pin this dress for your stylist if you carry more weight in your hips or thighs because it would do a great job of hiding those areas and emphasizing a waistline. I do not have much of a waistline. Working hard on that these days. Planks. So many planks.
Liverpool Mira Skinny Jean ($78)
I get why these are popular request for Stitch Fix. These are like wearing toddler pants. Like pajama jeans. God bless the designer that made fashionable jeggings for adults. They are so comfortable, in a thick material like a jean, but soft with a banded waistband. I will wear these until they have holes in them.
RD Style Nalea Cold Shoulder Knit Top ($54)
Also pictured here
When I tried this on for my hubby he immediately said this was a keeper. Who knew? I think this will be fun for a night out when I want to be comfortable, but it’s a little different.
What did you think of this fix? Will you be pinning any of these pieces for your Stitch Fix stylist? Don’t forget to follow me on Pinterest, I’ve also been hanging out on Instagram!
I’m going to wrap it up with some (let me be clear, there were many, many taken) of my daughter’s selfies she took while I was trying on my new clothes. 😉
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