Fix #3–Stitch Fix Box #3,  special request! 

I got my #3 fix in on Friday. I wasn’t going to get a fix for another month or so (I set them on 3 month increments), but I special requested one to come in ASAP, due to my recent engagement. I have a girlfriend making me a special tee for my engagement party,  that I want to pair with a fun high-waisted black skirt and a chunky collared necklace (since the shirt is a plain white tee). I dreaded shopping and then I thought Stitch Fix would be perfect for this. I put in my note that I was looking for a few specific items (fun black high waisted skirt, and chunky collar necklace) and to refer to my pinterest board as I had pinned about 6 new pins with similar items. I also added anything white would be great, jeans, dress, whatever! 

I didn’t peek at my fix cause I was on vacation. Upon opening the fix I was a little disappointed, as there was no black skirt, not even in the note did she say hey didn’t have one, sorry, when I stressed this was the one item I was really getting my fix for. 🙁 But I will say even though this fix was my most expensive so far, it was by far more my style. 

 Papermoon Lonnie Crochet Back Knit Tank $38, paired with Warp + Weft Mattie Skinny Jean,  $98

First I would like to say I absolutely loved these skinny jeans. I don’t know about you but I always find it super hard to get white jeans on, they are always super tight in the legs and super unflattering. I’m 5’2″, 130 lbs, I wouldn’t think finding a nice material white jean would be so rough, but I’ve had no luck. These were great, perfect feel, material, weight. Loved them. They are just a smudge too tight. I’d love to try them again in a size up, but I would hate to spend this much on a size exchange and they not fit and get stuck with them. 

The shirt I love as well, just also a little too big (long really) and she actually sized me down to a small since I had size issues with mediums. Cute detail though and super comfortable. 

Laila Jayde, Bowie Solid Dolman Sleeve Top, $58
I also like this shirt a lot . I used to have a similar pink one, that I wore the crap out of!  It’s super flattering. It’s also pretty comfy. But it is a little on the heavy side, and since it would be another 5 months in this FL heat before I could wear it again, I’m gonna pass on it. I would maybe request it, in another fix though.
Market + Spruce, Carl Ruched Knit Dress, $58 

I like the price point of this dress and the fact it’s a little thicker material, so it is a little more on the flattering side, and you feel your getting good quality. Unfortunately I have a striped dress, so I don’t feel the need to pay for this one. I do think it’s flattering, and really comfortable. Could be casual or dressed up. 
Romolo, Montana Metal Starburst Necklace,  $34

This wasn’t the necklace I had in mind, and until I get my shirt back I’m not sure if it’s chunky and fun enough, but I am going to keep it and give it a try. I am glad that she included a collar necklace, as I requested. This is better quality than other jewelry I have received so I’m thrilled about that. I feel much better paying for it, that way. 
Overall, my fix was pretty good. I just didn’t get the items I was really looking for and these aren’t really calling my name for keepers. I would request the jeans again in a size up though, I think those were the best item in my fix! 1/5, with the potential  of 5/5.

Happy Monday! 



Fix #2- Stitch Fix box!


My 2nd fix arrived! I peeked at this fix, and right off the bat loved the prices! I immediately thought my stylist must have really read my note, I was super exited, especially after my first fix was kind of a bust, as you can read here.


I liked my style cards, the items seemed way more my style than the previous fix. My note from my stylist, Denise, was super cut  too. She noted that she looked at my pinterest page, which is great. I really believe she did, too.


Prices were also more on point. $142 total is way more my ballpark of what I’m looking to pay.

Market and Spruce, Madrella Slouchy Boyfriend Knit Tank, $38


This was the item I was most disappointed about. I originally thought if anything I’d keep this, since it would only cost me an additional $18. But the shirt is huge. Not what I was expecting at all. I could literally keep it as a bathing suit cover up…



Verdict : Undecided

THML, Brandi Embroidered Skirt, $58


This skirt is not at all my style. I’m a little curvy on the bottom for being so short, not to mention I’m not as skinny as I was before becoming a mother, so I don’t find this flattering at all. Skinny tall people can rock these type skirts, that’s just not me.


Super unflattering! Verdict : not loving it

Papermoon Pontiac Crossback Knit Tank, $44


This shirt I think is super adorable. So my style. Super light weight, breathable, which is good for the Florida weather, plus the detail in the back is cute.


Verdict : undecided

Skies Are Blue, Olana Crochet Detail Top,  $48


This shirt I really love as well, it fits really well, tight enough on top and bottom but still loose enough to not be skin tight. I love the back. This is probably my favorite item in my fix.


Verdict : undecided, only because of price

Romolo, Willa Bar Drop Earrings, $28


I hate these earrings. Again, I feel like they are so cheap. You can honestly get better quality jewelry from Walmart than the items I’ve received so far.

Verdict: hate them.

Overall, I think my fix is a 2/5. Love the Papermoon and Skies are Blue tops. But considering to keep these two items I’d be spending an additional $72.00, I just can’t do it. I think that’s insane, personally. Neither one of these are super great quality in my opinion. I’m weighing the option of keeping everything, and seeing if I can’t sell a few items, or returning everything.

I’m really not sure if stitch fix is for me. The fixes as a whole are affordable, but items singularly are not. What’s the chance I stumble upon a 5/5 fix???

My stylist did do a great job this time though, that is one thing I can’t complain about!

Verdict: super undecided on what to do!!!