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I’ve been subscribed to Stitch Fix for about 6 months now. I saw it on a few blogs I read, but wasn’t sure if it was right for me. I thought I would give it a try. I needed some new clothes but I don’t have the time to go out and shop. I normally get frustrated because I have something in my mind that I want, but I can never find what I’m looking for. I usually compromise and buy something I don’t really like. It’s also hard to shop when I have a 4 year old tagging along or 2 boys hiding in the racks. I usually run in to Old Navy and pick up some t-shirts or jeans on sale. I was needing some new pieces so I could volunteer in the kids schools or go out on a date night and feel good about what I was wearing.
Here’s what I got this month in my “fix“.
Chevron Pendant Necklace
Everything fit perfectly and I love how it all goes together! I tried everything on and ended up going with 3 pieces, the shorts, skirt, and tank. I already have a couple of jean jackets so I’m sending that back. I thought the necklace was ok and a little trendy for what I usually wear. I like to buy things that are more classic. I wasn’t sure how long that chevron piece would be in style. I don’t wear a lot of necklaces either. My stylist wrote me and told me how I could incorporate some of the previously purchased items with this months pieces.
After getting several “fixes“. I am definitely hooked. I love being able to look through it and try it the clothes on when I have time. This box sat unopened for 3 days because I couldn’t find a few extra minutes. Now I have a couple of new outfits for the summer. I have a wedding to attend in June and I asked them to send me a couple of dresses for next month. Check back to see what I got.
This is not a sponsored post. I ordered Stitch Fix on my own. However, this post does contains an affiliate link that gives me a small credit toward my next box.
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