Edwin Scoop Neck Blouse
At first glance, I really didn’t think this print was my style at all. However, when I tried it on, I loved the fit of the shirt and the slits on the side of the shirt. I also tried it on with a pair of white jeans and liked it a lot. The shirt really popped more on the white jeans I think, but I didn’t snap a picture of those. I am really on the fence about if I should keep this one or not.
Keaton Lace Front Knit Top
I was drawn to this top the most from the box. It has lace and is incredibly soft. It fits really well, and I could easily wear it with shorts as well since the temperature is rising quickly here in Texas. I think this one is most likely a keeper.
Noly Crochet Detail Cardigan
I would have loved this cardigan in January. I actually have a shirt that is very similar to it. It is really my style and very lightweight/soft. However, I don’t think it will work since the temperatures are pretty high in Texas already. I feel like I won’t get much wear out of it if I keep it.
Shultz Lattice Cut-Out Detail Blouse
This is a great top as well! It is bright, has a little detail but not too much and could work with shorts as well. I am on the fence about this one as well. Really, this is my first box where I don’t have a clear cut yes and no on most items. I could go either way.
Millie Textured Dress
So, my experience with Stitch Fix dresses has not been the best unfortunately. I see a ton of people get gorgeous dresses that look great on them, but just not me. This dress is the closest they have come to getting my style of dress correct. The fit of this dress is really good, but I am not fond of the print. It really says 70s to me and is slightly retro for my style. However, it is incredibly soft and lightweight.
While this wasn’t my favorite box, I am happy with it for the most part. I really enjoy Stitch Fix and highly recommend it! To sign up, just click this link to Stitch Fix, fill out a profile and schedule what date you would like your box to arrive. It is that simple!