Stitch Fix #3 Unboxing and Try On | January 2018 1.0

Hello, all! I can’t even begin to describe how much I love Stitch Fix. If you’re reading this because you are thinking of starting a subscription, I would highly recommend it! I know everyone has a different experience with it, but mine has been nothing but amazing. Shopping any other way seems strange to me now.

For this fix, I asked my stylist Meagan to send me fit and flare dresses that can transition from work to dates/brunches, a flared skirt, shirts I can tuck into skirts, work shoes, and lots of cheery prints and colors to get me through this brutally cold winter. I also told her that I wanted to dress more like Blair Waldorf πŸ™‚ You can see that she pulled inspiration from all of these things to put together this fix.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH MY UNBOXING AND TRY ON VIDEO!

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Tahari Pioneer Suede Ruffle Flats ($78) β€” RETURNED: At first I was a bit thrown off by the little ruffle on the side of these flats, but it instantly grew on me. When I tried them on, I kind of fell in love with them. They are super cute and feminine and chic. In the end, I had to return them because they were just slightly too big and slipped off my feet when I walked too quickly. This was a huge bummer, but I don’t want to purchase anything unless it is near-perfect! I thought about insoles but, ultimately, they still wouldn’t have been the most comfortable.

 

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Loveappella Emma Knit Dress ($68) β€” KEPT: I love the fit and flare shape of this dress, and I love that it is a little black dress, but that it has an interesting pattern on it. At first I thought it might be a little too sporty looking for my style, but when I tried it on it was SO flattering. I can see myself getting a ton of wear out of this, because it matches perfectly with my favorite pair of brown leather boots.

 

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Leota Seraphina Textured Knit Dress ($118) β€” RETURNED: I’m so happy that my stylist now understands how much I love fit and flare dresses, but this one was unfortunately way too long! Even though it was petite, the hemline fell almost 4-5 inches below my knee, which made me look super short. I also didn’t like the scoop neckline in the back of the dress and, overall, I didn’t think this would fit too well into my winter wardrobe. It would match my spring/summer clothes, but the fabric is too heavy.

 

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Colette Gabriela Flare Skirt ($44) β€” RETURNED: This skirt was so comfortable, and I loved the shape. Unfortunately, I thought the pattern was way too young looking. I almost considered buying it after I paired it with a gray sweater and brown boots, but my sister and best friend both agreed that the pattern was too young. I would have totally kept it if the pattern was more adult-like.

 

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Pixley Yala Fringe Button Down Blouse ($64) β€” RETURNED: I thought that this shirt would be a keeper because it was so silky and is 100% my style. Unfortunately, when I tried it on, it was totally sheer! I tried it on with a few different camis underneath, but nothing looked right. I would’ve kept this if it wasn’t sheer!

Thanks for reading! Let me know in the comments below if you have any questions about Stitch Fix, or would like me to change anything about my fix posts!

C.C.B.B.

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