It’s Stitch Fix time! I had some specific requests this time around and my stylist, Julie, really listened and presented me with some great options. I had requested short sleeve tops and some neutral cardigans so I could create a versatile wardrobe. This is basically the librarian uniform. Depending on if I’m moving or sitting, if it’s hot or cold, I can go from short sleeve to sweaters all year long. I had also requested stuff that could be machine washed because I never find the time to hand wash. Well, Julie told me I could put all of my handwash stuff in the machine on the delicate cycle. She said she does it all the time and everything turns out fine, so I’m definitely going to try that! It would be an awesome lifesaver!
Delila Split Neck Knit Top – $48
I really liked the style of this top. It’s not as boxy as some of the other shirts I’ve been getting lately – I like that it was more form-fitting. Jason wasn’t crazy about the pattern but I thought the flowers were pretty. I know it’s the type of thing that I could put on and not worry about how it looked all day because I know it would be fine. So I kept it!
Becky Cutout Detail Blouse – $44
I may have started out biased with this top because it’s got my name! And I think just like me it was colorful and vibrant with a fun pattern. Though a little more boxy than the last one it still fit well and I really liked it. It also has a cute cutout detail on the back, so I decided this one was also a keeper.
Susanna Split Neck Blouse – $44
A pretty navy blue top with a nice pattern, this one was the most “boxy” out of the three tops I got, which isn’t my favorite look. I liked the shirt well enough but not enough to spend $44 on it, so I ended up sending this one back.
Lahaina Lace Detail Knit Cardigan – $68
The first out of two cardigans I received, this one was a nice beige color with a floral lace pattern. Jason hated this one – he thought it looked like a “grandma sweater.” I thought it was okay but not necessarily my typical style. I tried it on and the biggest issue for me was how it hung in the front. It’s designed with extra fabric because it’s supposed to drape in that really pretty way, but I found when I moved around a bit it would look awkward. I think that would drive me crazy, so it was a pretty easy choice to send it back.
Concord Striped Draped Pocket Cardigan – $58
I like stripes and I thought the gray stripes on this one were cool looking – I could match it with a variety of different colored tops underneath. Plus I love the style of this type of cardigan. I had one once that I kept because I loved how it looked even though the sleeves were too tight. This one luckily I have no sleeve issues! So definitely decided this would get added to my closet as well.
As usual, I was pretty pleased with Julie and what she selected for this fix. I’m looking forward to see what she does for the next one, when I plan to request more dresses since it will be warmer and approaching summer!
If you’re interested in signing up for your own Fix, I would love it if you’d use my referral link – it would give me a $25 credit to use on a future fix, and doesn’t cost you anything. I used a friend’s link when I signed up for mine so I could help her out, so I know it’s much appreciated!
Check out my other Stitch Fix reviews here:
- January 2017 stitch fix
- December 2016 stitch fix
- October 2016 stitch fix
- May 2016 stitch fix
- April 2016 stitch fix
- February 2016 stitch fix
- December 2015 stitch fix
- October 2015 stitch fix
- August 2015 stitch fix
- July 2015 stitch fix
- May 2015 stitch fix
- March 2015 stitch fix
- January 2015 stitch fix
- November 2014 stitch fix
- September 2014 stitch fix
What was your favorite thing in my Stitch Fix box this time around?