Can you believe it is already July?!? This year has flown by! Today I’m excited to share with you my Stitch Fix #12, or my July 2015 Stitch Fix : ) For any readers who have are wanting to find out more about Stitch Fix, check out my first post about it here. For my July 2015 Stitch Fix, I asked my stylist for more business casual and comfy casual items.
1. Kessie Faux Wrap Dress by Brixon Ivy ($64) –Kept!
I love me some wrap dresses. I liked the fit of this dress, but I had to take it to Facebook to get opinions about the pattern. Anytime a pattern a piece of clothing has anything resembling a circle on it, I always get paranoid that one will line right up with the girls if you get my drift 😉 (Not that this happened to me. With a Gap Outlet Sweater. That had big black sequin polka dots on it. Now that was a long day at work! haha) Anywho, Facebook overwhelmingly said keep it, plus the hubby really liked it. I’m not sure if I will wear this to work–I would definitely have to add a cami underneath.
2. Calley Crochet Pencil Skirt by Brixon Ivy ($68)–Returned and Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse by Collective Concepts ($54)–Kept!
My stylist recommended that I pair the Calley Crochet Pencil Skirt by Brixon Ivy with the Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse by Collective Concepts. The skirt was too trendy for me, especially for $68. The nude layer under the crochet made it not appropriate for work, at least in my mind. I did like the color of the shirt and that it is a pretty classic shirt.
3. Bria V-Neck Knit Top by Papermoon ($44)–Returned
The Bria V-Neck Knit Top by Papermoon was okay. It was comfy, but a little tight in the underarm area. I definitely did not love it enough for $44 so I decided to return it.
4. Gabrie Smoke Knit Tee by HEM & THREAD ($48)–Kept!
The Gabrie Smoke Knit Tee by HEM & THREAD is super comfy and perfect for lounging. It is a little sheer, so I had to add a cami underneath.
I was excited to see that I had the same stylist as last time for my July 2015 Stitch Fix. I did not specifically ask for anything in my next Stitch Fix, so I’m eager to see what my stylist surprises me with 🙂
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