I am so happy because I received my summer Stitch Fix and it was so awesome, I kept EVERYTHING. If your a regular reader of mine, you already know I receive a Stitch Fix four times a year: one fix for every season. If your unfamiliar with the company, you can read all about it HERE. I usually really like all my fixes and keep just about everything, but last season's fix wasn't that great, so I ended up sending most of it back. (If you missed that post, you can see it HERE.) I made some changes on my profile before my summer fix arrived; mostly by adding a Stitch Fix Pinterest board which showed only pins of items other women received in their Stitch Fix that I liked, and it apparently worked because I loved my latest fix!
As always, my fix arrived wrapped in tissue paper and with a personal note from my stylist.
The first item in my fix was this Javi Sheer Panel Blouse by 19 Cooper. It is totally my style, and probably something I would have picked up for myself had I seen it in a store. I love shirts that fit more tightly at the top, and are more lose in the midsection because I feel they are more flattering for my body type. I also like interesting detail in clothes, so the solid blue sheer panel accent was a huge plus for me.
last fashion post, I love wearing sheer clothes with camis underneath in the summer, so it was perfect for me!
a previous fix that it is really not worth sending only one item back because you lose your 25% off deduction for not keeping everything and you actually end up paying more than if you just kept it. If I really didn't want the shirt, I would have had to send something else back too, and I couldn't bear to part with anything else.
Now it wasn't as if I really didn't like the shirt, I just wasn't sure about the pattern, color, and material. It is a knit material, so it is very clingy. The first time I tried it on, I paired it with low rise jeans and it showed all my tummy flab big time. But then when I paired it with a higher waist pant, it was fine, and eventually the color and pattern grew on me.
But the adorableness of these Kut from the Kloth Kate Boyfriend Jeans won me over, and I decided to give distressed denim another chance. Only this time, I will treat them like a fragile possession, and only wear them when I go out and I will not wear them around the house, so hopefully they will last longer.
For those unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, each item you receive in your fix comes with a style card that shows you two different ways to wear your item. For the Javi Sheer Panel Blouse, they paired it with jeans or a denim skirt on the style card.
My stylist was right: the necklace went very well with all the shirts I received in my fix, so I wore that too!
Have a great day! Amy
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