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I have to apologize for the grainy cell phone pics! I was so excited about this fix that we quickly snapped these and I started wearing some of the items the next day. I know the items I kept will pop up in outfits for a long, long time!
Daniel Rainn Melodie Smocked Detail Polka Dot Print Blouse, size L
This is a sheer, casual top that would be perfect with jeans, pants, or tucked into a skirt. I really wish this had fit me better, but the sleeves were an odd length. If I’d gone down a size, it would’ve been too tight in the chest region. This shirt fit perfectly aside from the sleeves. Sadly, I did not keep it.
Pixley Triste Swing Skirt, size L
I asked for a spring skirt, and they delivered! I love black and white, but this skirt did not look good on me. The fabric looked stiff on me and it was shorter than I feel comfortable in. I did not keep this one, either.
Now we’re getting to the really good stuff…
Margaret M Emer High Waisted Cropped Pants size LP
I asked for work pants when I found out Stitch Fix is now offering petite sizes. These Margaret M Emer pants are pretty popular right now, and I can see why. They are comfortable and, obviously, go with everything. My office is pretty cold, so I’ll be wearing pants a lot this year. I might as well wear pants I love! These are my new favorite work pants, and I plan on request more of these!
Pixley Ivy Petal Print Blouse, size L
I requested this top after I saw it in someone’s fix unboxing. I love this pattern. Even though the shirt is navy, this looks like a spring top for me. Definitely a keeper!
Collective Concepts Lydia Floral Print Keyhole Blouse, size L
Ahhh.. another request 🙂 I’ve seen this top everywhere and knew I would love it. Of course, I was right, and I’ve been wearing it at least twice a week since it came in the mail.
So, I obviously went over my 1 item limit. I have two words: stress and shop. I have been stress shopping lately, but I am ready to reconnect with my budget goals next month in May. Well… to be honest, I’ve reconnected with them right now because I’m avoiding situations where I will spend money. But, May. May! I will be back to 1 item only in my fixes and thrifting (which I will have more time for in May).
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Have a great day!