its like Christmas morning - i love getting
packages in the mail!
I loved everything Kaylee sent. She did such a great job of choosing things that aren't something I would typically pick for myself, but looked good none the less and were comfortable - Exactly what I asked for. If my budget had not been shot this month (oops, sorry hubby), I would have purchased the entire fix.
The first item was a tank top, RD Style - Wilton Knit Tank, $44. The material was not the best quality, but the tank was super cute. Also, although the photos don't show so well, actually quite flattering. The print was super cute as well. I kept this shirt.
The Jeans in this photo were also part of the fix. Just Black - Rogers Distressed Boyfriend Jean, $78. These jeans were unbelievably comfortable. Like, I could have easily crawled around on the floor chasing after my two year old in these just as well as I do in sweats. But, like I said, I blew my budget this month, so I couldn't justify that much for a pair of jeans, especially since I have two pair very similar already in my closet.
The next item in the fix was Market & Spruce - Alexi Dress, $74. Again, super comfy... AND POCKETS! I mean, come on. Who doesn't love a dress with pockets. I fully expected to not like the way I looked in this dress. Dresses with a waist like this typically do not look good on me. But, alas, I put it on and immediately thought, "self, you look good... crap." I wavered between keeping this and the tank. I settled on the tank because of the price. Wish I could have kept this though!
Next up, Renee C Juniper Dress, $54. When I pulled this one out of the box, I thought, "nope." But then I tried it on, and gosh darnit if this dress wasn't super cute. And look how thin I look! You bet your bottom I kept this beauty.
OH how I wish I could have kept this one. The Brixon Ivy - Ronan Maxi Dress, $78. Was slightly too small, enough so that I wouldn't have been comfortable in it for long periods of time. However, even though small, it was still flattering. And so cute! If only.
So, I ended up keeping two items out of this fix, even though I would have LOVED to keep it all. Based on this fix, I HIGHLY recommend getting yourself a Stitch Fix. I know lots of people who have loved it, and I definitely will be getting another one soon. And hopefully I can be disciplined enough to wait and spend my clothing budget on this!
Disclaimer: My son chose the shoes for each outfit. I think he did a pretty darn good job!