My 6th Stitch Fix package arrived in the middle of moving into our new place, so hopefully by the time I get to my 7th, the pictures will be taken at the new place.
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This fix was a lot of fun to open up. I loved the different textures of the pieces that were included.
The first item is this Malvina Triangle Lariat Necklace from Soko. This necklace is pretty awesome because it’s made from recycled metals and I really do like the design but I didn’t keep it because of the way it didn’t lie flat and would swing awkwardly when I walk. (Pretty sure this is because of the length and well, because boobs.)
Next, we have the Abbie Reversible Skirt by 41Hawthorn. I love, love, love the pattern on this skirt. And it’s reversible, so it’s like getting two skirts for the price of one! This adorable black and cream print and plain black on the flip side.
The third item in my fix is the Carlie Mixed Lace Short Sleeve Shirt by Pixley. And I have to say that this top is super cute, though you do need to wear something under it.
I tried it with a cream camisole underneath and I think it looks great. I also love the way that this top looks with the reversible skirt.
Item number four is the Kristah Ruffle Knit Blazer from Market & Spruce.
The back of this 3/4 length sleeved blazer has the most adorable sheer ruffles!
Last but not least, we have the Gwendolen V-Back Knit Shirt by Market & Spruce.
This top has a perfectly placed asymmetrical seam in the front and a V-neck with center seam in the back. I found it to be incredibly flattering, and very comfortable!
Here you can see the Market & Spruce Gwendolen Shirt with the other side of the 41Hawthorn Reversible Skirt.
This is the same Market & Spruce shirt and 41Hawthorn skirt with the Market & Spruce Kristah Ruffle Knit Blazer. I think they’re all awesome pieces but I ended up only keeping the V-back shirt.
The back detail on the blazer is just gorgeous. I’m not really sure that my photos capture it well, but hopefully, you can get the idea.
If you’re unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, let me fill you in! If you love getting new clothes but have no time to shop, or just love the idea of getting personal-stylist-selected clothes and accessories sent right to your door; you need to sign up! All you have to do is answer a few questions about your sizing and style preferences to create your own online style profile. Then you can arrange for your first fix to be delivered whenever and however often you’d like. For a $20 styling fee, you will be matched with a personal stylist who will review your fashion preferences and hand-select 5 items just for you. The clothes are shipped direct to your door for free so you can try them on in your own home, at your own convenience. Then you simply keep the items you love, check out online, and return the items you don’t love in the pre-paid shipping envelope that is included in your package.
The best part is that you automatically have a $20 credit (from your styling fee) when you decide to keep any of your pieces and if you choose to keep every item in your fix, you automatically save 25% on your entire purchase! I choose to get my fixes once a month but you can also receive one every 2-3 weeks, every other month or every 3 months. And you can change or reschedule at any time too.
If you’re not already a Stitch Fix customer, I would really appreciate it if you considered signing up with my referral link because I do receive a small credit whenever someone chooses to sign up using my link.