Athleisure Stitch Fix Review | August 2020

Good morning! This month’s Stitch Fix review isn’t the most exciting, but it was necessary. Since I’ve been working from home more often, and since I never purchase loungewear, I decided to ask for another athleisure fix. It’s time for some new stuff, especially since there’s not much of an end in sight to the pandemic (I’m still waiting for the second wave to hit NYC).

If you’d like, please feel free to use my referral link here! All items that are available online are linked below.

Cole Haan Cloudfeel Espadrille Sandal ($90): These were a nice cognac leather espadrille with a light gray snakeskin strap. They were extremely comfortable, and I know I could’ve worn them on my walks to and from work. However, I didn’t like the snake skin pattern. I would’ve much preferred a sandal that was a uniform color, or a nude color overall. These are also on sale at Zappos. Returned.

MPG Sport Brisk High Waist Bike Short ($32): In my last fix, Anna sent me Gaiam bike shorts that had a mesh pocket. For this fix, I told her that I still wanted bike shorts but that I couldn’t get anything with a mesh pocket because our laundromat always destroys anything with mesh. She delivered these instead! They still have the pocket, but it is solid fabric. I love these so much, and they are perfect for my morning workouts. They’re also made from recycled polyester. Kept.

Boody Eco-Wear Verona Downtime Lounge Pants ($65.95): I wasn’t expecting to love these, but I did. They were so soft when I put them on that I didn’t want to take them off. They’re a bit long, but they have elastic ankle cuffs, so they sit at my ankles and are very easy to keep rolled up. They have these insanely deep pockets, and I love that they’re made from recycled bamboo! Kept.

FP Movement Lay Up Tee ($58): I have two other Free People tunics and I wear them all the time. I liked this updated yoga version because it’s super light weight, has thumb holes at the bottom of the sleeves, and has these really interesting cut-outs in the back that I love. It makes the shirt feel so airy. I’ve been wearing this non-stop since I got it. Kept!

New Balance Heat Loft Crop Hoodie ($70): I wasn’t expecting a hoodie, but I’m not mad about it. I’m a chronic air conditioning blaster, so when it comes to loungewear, it’s basically winter all the time for me. This hoodie has an amazing quilted texture that really elevates it, and I can’t wait to wear it outside in the fall and winter with yoga pants for a sleek running outfit. This is on sale for $60 on New Balance’s website. Usually I check online before purchasing through Stitch Fix, but I forgot this time. You live and you learn. Kept!

I’ve included the link to my other Stitch Fix reviews here. Again, here’s my referral link in case you need it. Thanks for reading!

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