It's time for the Fashion Show! If you're new here and you're not sure what Stitch Fix is, go here to read about it.
As you may remember, my last Stitch Fix box was....not great. As a result, I got a new stylist for round number six.
When I saw the preview, I was NOT HAPPY. I am really clear on the types of things I like, and I'm very clear on the types of things I don't. Two things I said I didn't want were skinny jeans and cold-shoulder tops.
And what did I get in this box? Skinny jeans and a cold-shoulder kimono.
Cue the sighs.
However, I changed my mind on one of these pieces....read on!
Number 1: Pale Sky Yaya Embroidered Detail Top, $58
So I had asked for some summer tops because I don't really have that many short-sleeved tops, I'd realized. I wanted something sort of fun. So this and the next piece were the answers to that request.
I loved this color, but it was a little short. It it was a tiny bit longer, it would've been better. Plus, the buttons were a little flimsy and I could see them popping off (they're hidden under the placket) without much provocation.
Number 2: Skies Are Blue Airika Woven Lace Front Knit Top, $48
This one I didn't think I was going to like, but I did! I really liked the soft fabric and the detailing.
However....I liked two other pieces better, so, sadly, this on was returned. It wasn't special enough to make the cut in this box.
Number 3: Kut from the Kloth Candace Split Hem Skinny Jeans, $78
And this is where Emily eats crow.
Not only did these fit, but they were comfortable! I mean, they fit better than my regular jeans do! And I loved the pop of color, which is also weird for me, because I usually don't like colored pants.
So I really wasn't sure what had happened to me....but I really loved these guys. I tried them with one of my staple striped tops, and I liked that even better than when it was paired with the white top from the Fix.
I loved these so much that I really just had to keep them. I mean, they are so fun.
Verdict: Kept! (Crow eaten!)
Number 4: Max Studio Ilaria Open Kimono, $54
I has asked for a kimono, and I received two in this box. The first one was a cold shoulder one that didn't even fit--it squeezed my arms unattractively and was just awful, so you're not going to see that. But this one I really liked.
I loved the fun colors and the lightweight fabric, and I could see it going over a variety of tops very easily, as well as even serving as a robe when I travel.
I also just love Japanese culture and dress, so, come on. I have to have a kimono. It's just too much fun.
So, this box was a lot better than I had expected it to be! I was thrilled with the two items I kept and if the budget had allowed it I probably would've kept the white top, too. So this new stylist has a lot going for her and I hope the trend continues.
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The next box is due at the very end of July/beginning of August; I get them every two months. You can schedule them every 2-3 weeks, every month, every other month, or every 3 months. If you'd like to see previous Fixes, go here.