I’m linking up with Doodle Bugs for a Five for Friday post!
This post will be all about my five pieces of clothing in Fix #2 from Stitch Fix! Let’s just say my designer NAILED IT this time!!
My favorite piece was this Jaffrey Cross Back Knit Top. Soft, comfy, and not too clingy, it features a feminine cross back design. It’s a soft oatmeal color that will look great with almost anything. I love classic neutral pieces with a little flare!
Next up was something I never would’ve chosen for myself (which is the fun of Stitch Fix) but that I love. It’s the Kayella Lace Sweater in charcoal gray. Equally adorable with jeans or a skirt, I can see this being a staple in my Spring and Fall wardrobes!
I have fallen in love with the color blue, so I was thrilled to see this royal blue Micah Embroidered Bib Top from Skies are Blue. It’s a great layering piece that’s super comfy and has gorgeous details. The picture of just the shirt is a truer representation of the color. Sorry….I’m terrible with selfies!! 😉
The final thing I loved is this Lyra 3/4 Sleeve Abstract Wave Chevron Tunic Dress by Pixley. The fabric is amazingly soft and comfy. I love the cut and fit of the dress. The colors and pattern are great for any season. Plus it was super cute with a 3/4 sleeve denim jacket from Loft. The only thing I didn’t like about it is that my hips are really wide in it, but I’m in the process of trying to lose about 25 pounds so that won’t be a problem in a few months!!
The only thing I didn’t love was this Torin French Terry Stripe Blazer by Market and Spruce. It’s adorable but it’s entirely too tight and the horizontal stripes and tightness accentuate my bust which is what I’m trying to minimize!
However with the 25% discount Stitch Fix gives you if you keep all 5 pieces, it was actually only $3 more for me to keep this $72 blazer!! So I’ll either hang onto it and see if it looks better when I lose some weight or pass it along!
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