I thought I’d share my latest Stitch Fix goodies with you this morning. First up is this black chevron skirt and black short-sleeve blouse. The skirt is pretty, but it was a little short for a maxi on me– it almost felt like petite sizing– and is similar to another skirt that I already own. The blouse is a nice light-weight under-layer. As I was putting it on, I was thinking of all sorts of ways it could be useful in my wardrobe, and my daughters thought it was a nice flattering fit.
The dotty blouse is one that I would not have looked at twice on a rack. But I ended up liking it a lot more than I expected. Looking at the photo, I wish I had not paired it with that scarf. What kind of jewelry would be good with it instead, do you think? I have a hard time with accessorizing.
The plaid sweater is absolutely gargantuan. It made me feel so wide putting it on, and I kept trying to arrange the big floppy collar in a way that didn’t show the inside of the knit. But it really wouldn’t behave. My son took one look at it and declared it to be a tablecloth. On the bright side, the bigness of the sweater makes my legs look skinny.
This turquoise cardigan was one I knew I’d keep the second I pulled it out of the box. I love the way the collar drapes down and creates pockets at the bottom of the sweater. Besides the turquoise cardigan, I also ended up keeping the black blouse since it was such a nice layering piece, and the dotty blouse because it was different from anything I already have. All in all, it was an interesting batch of clothes.
Here’s my affiliate link if you’d like to try Stitch Fix. It’s a lot of fun to see what the stylists pick for you, and if you give them more info (I shared my pinterest style board) the better your fixes can be. They also have gift cards that would make it a fun Christmas gift. And if you refer other people to Stitch Fix, you can earn credit to apply toward your fix, which makes it a lot more affordable.