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Another month, another Stitch Fix! I requested another box of Stitch Fix outfits from my favorite stylist, Nicole. She always nails my style. This time, I requested a box based on Princess Kate’s style and items made in the USA. You all know the routine, I’ll be showing you what I got, what I think about the pieces, how much they are, and what I kept/sent back.
Bay to Baubles Dixie Statement Necklace, $38
Right out of the gate, I love this necklace. I’ve been leaning more towards gold and brass lately, but this caught my eye. The blue and silver play off each other beautiful, and the silver has a slightly tarnished look that makes it really unique. I just could not see myself sending this back. so I decided to keep it.
RD Style Kalahari Cable Knit Pullover, L, $64
This sweater is so cozy. It has a deep v in the front and the back. The length looked slightly cropped until I put it on. I see now in the pictures that it doesn’t look cropped. The drop sleeve with the oversized arms make it look cropped. That was actually a smart design, because this sweater is super cozy without being really bulky. You have the cozy look, but it doesn’t look sloppy.
Alas, the sleeves were too long for me. You can see how I had them folded back. That happens a lot with long sleeves for me. If the sizing is not petite, the sleeves are more than likely too long. Unfortunately, I sent this sweater back.
Eva Longoria Tulia Ruffle Detail Chambray Shirt, L, $58
Ahh, Nicole really knows me so well. Chambray is my weakness, which is why (SPOILER ALERT) I had to send this back. I already own multiple chambray and/or denim shirts that I love, so I really could not add another one to the mix. And even though this adorable top has the cutest ruffle details, I had to send it back.
By Artisan Hana Sweater Dress, XL, $64
So, here’s something you probably don’t know me. I can’t stand mock necks and turtle necks. It’s something I can’t place my finger on, but they just bother me. So, when I saw the neckline of this dress, I thought maybe I’d send it back without trying it on. But, I did it. I needed to see how the dress looked, and I even tried it on a second time. This neckline just isn’t my favorite. And I even think it looks good on me! But, this dress just would not get worn very much if I kept it. I sent this dress back.
Kaileigh Annabeth 2fer Knit Dress, L, $64
This dress is such a good basic piece. The top portion is a stretchy knit fabric. The bottom had a cool, black and white, geometric pattern. This style of dress has always looked good on me. In fact, a-line dresses are just a universally flattering silhouette. It nips you in at the waist and then flares out a bit at the hips. I find that the silhouette hides my problem area, which is great. For this particular dress, the fabric on the bottom portion was just a little too stiff. It stood away from my body too much, and it actually felt breezy on my legs. It just isn’t something that I would wear too often. So, unfortunately, I did also send back this piece.
And that’s it for my latest Stitch Fix! I kept only one piece, which was the necklace. It’s something that really adds something different to my collection, and I can see myself wearing it with many outfits.
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