Look at the beautiful spring colors that came in my March fix! I was so excited to try these on and maybe slightly hopeful that they would all be amazing and I could keep them all. (Because that’s what I secretly wish every time that Stitch Fix box arrives!)
However, it was not meant to be this time around and I’m going to be utterly and completely honest with you guys about what happened as I tried on each piece.
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Now, onto the pieces in my March Stitch Fix Review!
The first item up is the Street Level Hanson Reversible Dot Tote in cognac. And yes, it is in fact, reversible!
How cool is that? And both colors are perfect for spring! This tote is huge. But it’s faux leather that feels so real and the little cut-out dots are just so cute.
Next we have this Adrianna Papell Hannigan Dress in navy (which is a navy, green and white watercolor floral) I’m not going to lie, I thought this dress was beautiful and as soon as I saw it on Pinterest, I put it right on my board. Because I think it would be perfect to dress up or down in the upcoming spring and summer months.
However, when I tried it on, I saw that it was completely baggy and shapeless on me. It’s possible that this dress would look beautiful on someone with a different figure than me. But I was very disappointed in the way it hung on my frame. Needless to say, I had to send it back.
The Margaret M Emer Printed Straight Leg Pant in teal green has a really awesome texture to the fabric and the color is beautiful and so perfect for this time of year.
I tried the Emer pants on here with a navy Market & Spruce top that I received in one of my previous fixes. I have to say, I think these pants are very flattering. I actually have another pair in a black and burgundy houndstooth pattern that you can see here.
Then we have this Loveappella Darril Cross Front Tie Knit Top in navy. (Navy, red, blush pink and ivory print) I really like the colors and style of this top. Wrap front tops are always so flattering for figures like mine.
I paired the top here with black leggings and riding boots. I do think it’s pretty cute, but as with most wrap tops, it just didn’t want to stay put in front and I don’t like to be fussing with it all the time. I have another wrap top that I kept from my very first fix which I think is a more flattering shape, but I still have the same problem with having to tug at it to keep from flashing everyone.
The Kensie Rebekah Stretch Crepe Blazer in red is an awesome spring piece. I love that the red is a soft, sort of orangey red and not a bluish red. It also has adorable polka dot lining which is visible with the sleeves rolled up just a bit. I like that this blazer is fitted and falls just at my hip so it’s not something that I get lost in and yet it looks good buttoned or unbuttoned.
I tried it on first with the cross front knit top and leggings because I thought the colors looked great together. And I think this makes a pretty cute outfit.
Still, I had to try it one other way. Here I paired it with basic modern bootcut jeans and a white scoopneck t-shirt. This was something I could see myself wearing or even just throwing on with almost any outfit as I head out the door in the spring months when it’s not too hot out yet.
And last but not least, here is the Street Level Tote with the Kensie Blazer. As you can see, it is a good sized tote. A little larger than I prefer for everyday but I could see how it could be useful for weekend trips, etc.
In the end, as you might have already guessed, I decided to keep the Kensie Rebekah Stretch Crepe Blazer. I think it’ll make a great addition to my wardrobe in the coming months!
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