LIVCA CUFFED CROP SKINNY
The Livca Cuffed Crop Skinny by Pistola ($78) is a pretty perfect pair of skinnies. I love the darker denim with discreet distressing, the fit and how comfortable they are. I truly love them! They did come cuffed, but I prefer them uncuffed.
The Ivy Split Neck Print Blouse by 41Hawthorn ($58) is simply beautiful. The style, fit and print are all very pretty, but the colors are absolutely gorgeous. I love it!
The Eileen Honeycomb Texture Knit Top by Pixley ($54) is a lot of fun. I especially like the honeycomb texture. It is so unique. To make this top fit my personal modesty standards, I layered it over a layering tee from Downeast.
The Benson 3/4 Ruched Sleeve Blazer by 41Hawthorn ($78) is another pretty perfect item! It is such a cute blazer. It is classic, yet modern, which I love. As a bonus, it is so comfortable. I didn't expect that.
The Ryliee Embroidery Sleeve Knit Top by Skies are Blue ($48) is a simple, casual top. It fits well and is comfortable. I like the unique embroidery on the shoulders.
WHAT I KEPT
Livca Cuffed Crop Skinny by Pistola ($78) -- Kept
Ivy Split Neck Print Blouse by 41Hawthorn ($58) -- Kept
Eileen Honeycomb Texture Knit Top by Pixley ($54) -- Kept (but plan to sell)
Benson 3/4 Ruched Sleeve Blazer by 41Hawthorn ($78) -- Kept
Ryliee Embroidery Sleeve Knit Top by Skies are Blue ($48) -- Kept (but plan to sell)
It's probably easy to tell from my commentary above that I loved the skinnies, floral top and blazer. I had specifically requested skinnies and a blazer. My stylist delivered perfectly on these two items. The floral top was a surprise of the very best kind. I can't wait to wear these three items. It took a bit of deliberating, but I eventually decided to keep, but sell, the honeycomb top and the knit top. I really liked the honeycomb top, but I didn't love it. I must love an item to keep it. When it came to the knit top, I didn't feel a whole lot of love. I didn't even really like it all that much. (Why did I keep two items to sell, rather than simply return them? The cost to keep three items was so close to the cost to keep all five, when the 25% discount was factored in for buying all five. I figured I would take a chance and try to sell the two items. If they sell, my cost for the three items I love is significantly lower. If they don't sell, I'm happy to add them to my closet.)
So, what did you think? I'd love to hear!
Are you interested in Stitch Fix? Here's what it's all about!
Stitch Fix is a service that connects you with a personal stylist. That stylist hand-selects clothing and accessories for you and then ships them to your door. Fantastic, right?! The process really is quite simple. You simply...
- Get started with a personal style quiz. (Tip - Be true to yourself and be detailed. If you have a Pinterest account, connect it to your Stitch Fix account.)
- Receive five personalized pieces, delivered to your door. (Tip - Try every piece on. Even those pieces you think you won't like. You never know! I've learned this from experience.)
- Keep what you love, send back the rest. (A prepaid envelope is provided!)
- Fixes arrive on your schedule. You can receive packages regularly or at your convenience. (When I began, I opted to have them sent monthly. I recently opted to have them sent bi-monthly. I love that I can change my mind at any time.)
- There is a $20 styling fee, but that $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep.
- If you love everything in your package and decide to keep it all, you get a 25% discount.
- Stitch Fix now offers shoes!
- Stitch Fix now styles men as well! I'm very tempted to order a Fix for my hubby.
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