I am pretty sure the last fix I blogged about was fix #17 so I somehow missed two with sick kiddos and traveling to San Diego. I need to get on that and at least blog about the pieces I kept! Fix #20 came Tuesday and was just “eh” this time around. I didn’t really have anything in mind and didn’t request anything specific other than transition pieces. It’s a 1/5, which is completely fine, and I am already looking forward to my next fix.
First is the Papermoon Jepson Woven Hem Knit Top ($54). Really cute knit top in white and turquoise with a solid hem. Really thin material, though and seems to run small because Allisha sized up. It’s paired with my trusty Joe’s Jeans that I have multiple pairs of.
Would you believe I’ve never owned a denim jacket? At least not in my adult life! I have been missing out. Allisha sent me the Kut From The Kloth Callie Denim Jacket ($78) and it is SO soft! I love the shade of blue and I could have definitely used this when we went to San Diego last week. It would have gone great with the last maxi she sent me. This one is my keeper!
These SeaVees Montery Lace-Up Sneakers ($68) are super cute, but the burnt orange color is just not something I can see myself wearing a lot. I just bought a pair of white Converse for my trip to SD and I might have kept these had they been in black, gray, or even navy.
Lastly is the Loveappella Rainie Long Sleeve Asymmetrical Knit Top ($54) and Liverpool Anita Skinny Pant ($78). The top is cute, but again SUPER thin and I just wasn’t loving it. The pants were so tight they did NOT get a close-up photo because no one wants to see that mess. Here is a stock photo, though.
I like the material, but I just don’t feel like I would wear them enough to justify requesting the next size up and buying them.
Overall, I’m still happy with this fix even though it’s a 1/5. Allisha has done a great job since she started styling me and I am always looking forward to my next fix. I cannot WAIT to start receiving all the pretty pastels and floral prints for spring! To get you started on Stitch Fix or to get you a styling fee discount, I’m giving away a $20 Stitch Fix gift card. Enter below!
Stitch Fix is an online personal styling service that will send you 5 pieces in a box. You pay a $20 styling fee up front in order for a stylist to choose pieces for you. Once the box arrives you can try everything on then choose what to keep. There is a 25% discount for keeping all 5 pieces. Before you get started there is a style profile you fill out so your stylist can know your preferences. You can choose to receive no jewelry like I have, or you can leave all the options open and receive clothes, jewelry, and/or an accessory each time. You can set up automatic shipments as frequently as every 2-3 weeks, or you can choose to do manual shipments and tell Stitch Fix when you’d like to receive a box. They also have a referral system where you can receive a $25 credit for every person who signs up through your link and purchases a fix. So really, even if you hate everything in the box, which I highly doubt you will, you’re only out $20. You can ship everything back with a prepaid envelope and choose whether to get another fix next month. If you leave detailed feedback about your items, keep your style profile updated, make a note about any upcoming special occasions or vacations, and link to your Pinterest, you’re bound to have a great fix!
Posh mood while writing: The Girl’s Gone Green