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May 2017 Stitch Fix

Do you ever feel like you’re in a style rut? You open your closet one day and even though it’s full of clothes, none of them speak to you. You stand there in your towel halfheartedly picking up a shirt, then a dress, then a pair of pants before putting them all back and laying down on your bed.

That’s when you realize you should have signed up for Stitch Fix. Five hand-picked pieces that fit your style are shipped to your door every month (or however often you’d like) so you can try them on at home. Whatever you don’t like, you ship back in their pre-paid envelope. It’s amazing and I recommend trying it at least once, especially if you’ve ever had one of those sad closet moments I mentioned earlier.

Item #1: Laila Jayde Jasiah Ribbon Strap Hi-Low Knit Tank. I really wanted to keep this top because it would have been perfect for summer weekends, plus it was so stinking soft. Unfortunately, the arm holes were too low which is a no-go for me. Back it went.

Item #2: THML Chana Embroidered Dress. I wasn’t 100% sure about this dress when I took it out of the box, but my husband absolutely loved it so I gave it a shot. I was really pleasantly surprised with how comfortable and flattering it was so I kept and am excited to wear it this summer!

Item #3: Daniel Rainn Katie Crochet Sleeve Blouse. This is another top that I really would have liked to keep, but it just didn’t fit well enough. Arm holes that show off my undergarments are a deal breaker. Is there a quick alteration to fix that?

Item #4: Bishop + Young Flin Kimono. This was something I liked in theory more than in reality. When I took it out of the box, I loved it, but when I put it on, I just wasn’t crazy about it. I’ve learned that if I’m not crazy about something, I won’t wear it later on down the road. This went back.

Item #5: Liverpool Cameryn Skinny Pant. These were an instant love for me! I adore the color and the fit was perfect. They are a bit warm for NC spring and summer unless you’re staying inside all day, but will be good for fall.

If you’re in a style rut, definitely consider trying Stitch Fix!

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