Happy Friday Eve, friends! Today, I want to share my April 2020 Stitch Fix outfits. In case you’ve never heard of Stitch Fix, it’s a style service that sends you five pieces to try in your home. It costs $20 for a box, which gets applied to your purchase. I’ve been using Stitch Fix for years. I love getting my green box in the mail and sharing it here and on Instagram!
I have been with my current stylist for a few years now. She really knows my style. Sometimes, I make specific requests for the pieces but for this box I asked her to surprise me. It’s starting to warm up even more where I live, and the feeling of Spring is in the air. In fact, this week I switch out my fall/winter and spring/summer clothes. It was just the change I needed after being isolated to in/near our house for the past month.
Let’s get into this month’s Stitch Fix!
All In Favor Cinae V Neck Blouse
This piece surprised me, because it’s not a color I typically wear. When I put it on, it was so comfy that I didn’t want to take it off. This is a short sleeve blouse with a v-neck detail and faux placket. The fabric feels kind of like that polyester blouse material, which isn’t really my thing. However, the cut is so breezy and comfortable I don’t think it will make me hot in the summer. I loved this paired with multiple things in my closet, so I decided to keep it.
Fortune + Ivy Amber Mixed Material Top
Navy is another color that I don’t wear very often, simply because it’s difficult to pair with things. Do you feel the same way? I have a few pairs of jeans that this top would look good with, especially my white ones! This top has cuffed short sleeves and a v-neck. The fabric in the front feels like a faux linen and the back is a jersey knit. For shoes, I would pair it with cognac sandals (like these) or my platinum Jack Rogers. There were enough outfit ideas with this top, I decided to keep it even though I was on the fence. What do you think of it?
Cupio Blush Ambre V Neck Knit Top
This top was the most polarizing in my Instagram stories! I always have polls for my Stitch Fix boxes, if you are ever interested in checking them out. This top is a knit material in a blue/pink/mauve floral print. It has a hi-lo hem and short sleeves. The material is fitted and stretchy. It’s so dang comfortable. I love the colors, although the print is not normally something I would wear. There was just something about this top that speaks to me. Maybe it’s the colors, I don’t know, but I decided to keep it.
Cotton Emporium Saretha Colorblock Double Pocket Cardigan
I love a good cardigan, so I completely understand why my stylist sent this to me. However, this was not the cardigan for me. Although it was very comfortable and lightweight (perfect for summer!), the colors don’t mix and match well in my wardrobe. The sleeves were quite long as well. I decided to send this back.
Nine Britton Vivienne Midi Knit Dress
This dress was a pleasant surprise in my box! The pattern is gorgeous,and the colors are exactly very suited to my taste. However, the fit of this dress was too tight for me. It looks good from the front; however, the back was very tight. It’s a gorgeous dress, but just not for me. I decided to send this back.
That concludes my April 2020 Stitch Fix outfits. I hope this was fun for you! What did you think of the pieces my stylist sent me?
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