Hello Stitch Fix fans! Well, it's been awhile since my last SF post, so I apologize for the delay. I also apologize for the quality of the photos below - the only time I had to take the pictures was at the end of the day and the light was terrible. Anyway, my May fix arrived just in time for the wedding I was attending on the Eastern Shore at the end of May. I requested the same stylist again, hoping that some continuity would ensure that my fixes get better and better over time as she gets to know me and my style. I made a request for some pieces that I could mix-and-match while I was out East, preferably some florals, pastels, seersucker or anything coastal/nautical and light. I also requested a dress that I could wear to the rehearsal dinner. I again reiterated that I love anything with a v-neck and am pretty conservative in the dressing department, that I like classic pieces and lots of color. I think my stylist did a great job with this fix and while there was one piece I hated, I really liked everything else. Fashion show below!
Adrianna Papell Janett V-Neck Dress
First up was the item I was most excited about, this gorgeous floral dress. Honestly, I loved just about everything about this dress. I loved the v-neck, the little cap-sleeves, the high-low hem in the front and back. I loved the color and the floral print. It fit great, was really flattering and super cute. I wore it with my favorite pair of super comfy nude pumps.
Kut From The Kloth Siena Cropped Pant
Next up were these really cute purple/orchid/fuschia pants. This is not a color that appears anywhere in my wardrobe, but I was really excited about them. I wanted a pair of summery pants because I despise shorts. I paired them with a cute floral top (similar here), but I love they way they're paired with lots of solid neutrals in the style card - that's definitely something I can handle. They fit great and are a perfect length for spring and summer. They're also really light so they won't be too hot to wear out during the upcoming months.
Dear John Finnegan Printed Cuffed Short
And speaking of my hatred of shorts, I was not happy to see a pair of them in this fix. I'm not sure if I specifically asked my stylist to stay away from shorts, but I was really hoping not to never get a pair of them in my fix. Much to my disappointment here they were. HOWEVER - and this is why Stitch Fix rocks! - they are the best shorts I've ever worn...EVER. I want to live in these shorts. They are comfortable and flattering and preppy, but also casual. I can dress them up with my Jack Rogers and a blouse or down with a pair of Chucks and t-shirt. I love the color and the texture, they're light and comfortable and fit like a glove. Stitch Fix, how do you do alway nail pants/shorts?
The one dud of the box was this chambray top. I just hated it. I hated the light color and thought it washed me out completely. I hated the unfinished edges and thought it looked way too ratty for my taste. I hate the way my arms look in sleeveless tops and thought this just did nothing for me. I mean, the polka dots were cute and the length was good, but it's just not me.
Brixon Ivy Eugene Swiss Dot Blouse
Lastly, this one might not look like much, but it's by far my favorite piece out of the entire fix. I love this little swiss dot blouse for so many reasons, mainly because it's white and will go with everything (I love white tops...just ask my closet) and is a great piece to wear to work with a skirt, out to dinner with my very favorite pair of skinny jeans or even just with shorts (gah!) running errands. It's sheer, but it has a little camisole underneath that can be taken out if you want to wear it over a different one (I did because it was a bit short). I like the v-neck in front and the button detail. Plus...how cute are the polka dots?
What do you think?
What would you have kept?
Which was your favorite piece?
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