A couple weeks ago I decided I needed another fix… another Stitch Fix, that is.
So, I hopped online and secured my delivery date for this highly addictive service. This time, however, I requested my stylist add a couple short sleeved blouses to the mix.
As promised, the box arrived on schedule and as before I ripped into it, excited to see what she’d picked for me.
Putting aside the fact that I’d put in my profile that I didn’t need shoes, I could admit these Seavees were cute. However, they felt kind of frumpy on and were too small to boot. Moving on!
I didn’t like the feel of the fabric when I took the first blouse out of the box but the color was bright and interesting so I slipped it on.
1. Like I mentioned, The fabric didn’t feel good and had so much static in it I felt like I was wrapped in plastic wrap.
2. The buttons up the front gaped a little bit.
3. Who am I kidding? I’m never going to wear that color!
If you knew me you would know why the next top I tried was also a reject. But you don’t really know me so suffice to say that I don’t wear a lot of patterns.
Next up a super cute looking black lace overlay short-sleeved blouse. This one would have been a winner except that it puckered on the shoulders where the lace overlay is attached to the cami underneath.
DL1961 skinnies in a fantastic stretchy denim.
I packed everything else up in the prepaid envelope and checked out online which is a feature I love. I added a note to my stylist during the checkout process and that was it.
This service is so fun even if I got my Fix and am still topless. Wink, wink.
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