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Stitch Fix Recap #35

I know everyone is all OMG fall right now, but I’m still trying to hang on to the last few days of summer. Luckily, North Carolina hangs on to summer a little longer than other parts of the country which made my most recent Stitch Fix perfect.  It had a great mix of end of summer pieces and items that will transition nicely into fall.

For those of you who don’t know, Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription service. Each month (or however often you’d like), a stylist sends you five items of clothing chosen just for you. You can try them on in the comfort of your own home, keep what you want and then return the rest in the prepaid envelope. To say that it’s the highlight of my week when it arrives may be an understatement.

Item #1: THML Mioki Skirt. This is the perfect example of one the pieces that will transition nicely to fall. It’s a heavier weight fabric than most summer skirts so it will be a little warmer in the cooler months. Plus I can totally see this paired with a nice sweater or jacket.  I kept this bad boy and have already worn it to work a few times.

Item #2: 41Hawthorn Sara Textured Knit Dress. Another piece that I’ve already worn a few times. While the colors are a bit summery, I definitely plan to use this in the fall as well by pairing it with a sweater. The cut is super flattering and the length is perfect for the office.

Item #3: Skies are Blue Anbria Braided Cross Back Knit Top. While this top may not make many appearances in the colder months, I couldn’t resist keeping it. The side you see is actually the back and I just love the criss-cross details. It’s a bit thin, but perfect with shorts for some of our steamy days still to come.

Item #4: Bancroft Lexington Filigree Bracelet. Ok, if you know me, you know that I’m not a big jewelry girl. My husband actually wishes I was because it would make shopping for me easier, but I’m just not. However, this bracelet was just way too pretty to pass up. I can totally see wearing it on a date night once A comes home.

Item #5: Dear John Finnegan Cuffed Short. These are actually the second pair of Dear John shorts I’ve purchased from Stitch Fix and I love them. The material isn’t too thin and they’re just the right length and fit on me.

In case you weren’t keeping count, I did keep everything from this Fix. When you do, you get a pretty hefty discount which sometimes makes all 5 items cheaper than one or two! Talk about winning!

If you’re interested in trying out Stitch Fix for yourself, please consider using my referral link! I will get a little something towards my next Fix if you do.

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