This is my first Stitch Fix with my new stylist which I’ve been looking forward to. You’ll also notice that my photographer is back, so no more hanging clothes on mirror pictures! Even Riley made an appearance 🙂 lol I know y’all have missed me and my awkward poses ; ) If you are new around here and want to learn more about Stitch Fix, check out this post.
1. Prescott Solid Fringe Detail Wrap Scarf by Look by M ($32)
This is the second scarf I received by the Look by M brand. It is very warm, but I don’t need anymore winter scarfs and will not be keeping it. I don’t wear that many scarfs, and this one seemed really big. I updated my style profile to avoid scarfs.
2. Marley Split Back Knit Top by Olive and Oak ($44)
This shirt is made out of a super comfy material. The arms were a little tight. The back is split open which I’ve noticed is a new trend, but I am not a big fan of. I updated my style profile for the back to “less is more, keep it covered.” When I first filled out my style profile, I thought they were referring to the upper back. Not keeping this one. Doesn’t Riley look happy? She has it so tough 😉
3. Beaumont Faux Leather Trim Cardigan by RD Style ($98)
4. Lottie Scarf Print 3/4 Sleeve Blouse by Daniel Rainn ($68)
5. Yasmin Skinny Jean by Mavi ($98)
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