April Stitch Fix

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*This is not a sponsored post! I pay for these clothes on my own. However, this post does provide referral links for new sign ups which gives me a little credit to go towards my next box. 

Happy Wednesday!

Here we go with another Stitch Fix box. Last month, I had to cancel my box because it would have waited on my porch for 10 days while I was visiting my family in Canada. Womp womp. So canceled it I did.

Once April rolled around, I was checking all the tracking info on this box because I hadn’t had my ‘fix’ for nearly 2 months! {Get that little play on words there?! Wit just seeps from my body.}

Anyways, I got some great pieces. Here are the deets…and don’t mind my workout pants…or my cold sore. Kthanksbye.


Pixley Edmond Chevron Print Henley Shirt- $54. I spy a Blakey-cakey in the background. #momlife This shirt was a fun one to try on. It was super soft and a similar style to other shirts I own, but ended up sending it back because the pattern was a little too much. I was torn and on the fence about this shirt and seriously thought it through for hours. Like, I literally was putting this shirt back in the returns bag and then 5 minutes later hanging it back in my closet. I’m so indecisive.

Anyways, I sent it back. Too late to change my mind now.


Pixley Colibri Bird Print Tab0Sleeve Blouse- $48. LOVE. Love love love love love. I love the colors, the length, the fit, everything. Easy keep for me.


Octavia Chanelle Floral & Lace Infinity Scarf- $34. I really liked the two different patterns on this scarf, plus I love infinity scarves. It makes my life so much easier! Kept it.


Market & Spruce Xander Short Sleeve Woven BackSweatshirt- $54. This was the shirt that I pulled out and immediately knew I was going to keep. I love mixed fabrics and I especially loved the grey and pink.


Isn’t it so fun? I LOVE this shirt. Keeper.


Gilli Nica Lace Dress-$78. Yet again another piece of clothing that I was torn about. I liked the neckline, the sleeves and the empire waist. But the pattern was so busy! Plus, the loose fabric that was draping down past my hips didn’t do my lower half any favors. Aaaand, it was a touch too short for my liking. So sent it back.


I really wanted to like it, but just couldn’t spend the money on it knowing that I wouldn’t be comfortable wearing it. Too bad.

Overall, 3/5 items kept which is my average, so hooray for that 🙂

And I can’t wait for next months’ box already. Ha!


If you’d like to sign up for Stitch Fix styling service check it out here.

And if you don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, check this first post I wrote here.

Check out all the Stitch Fix boxes I’ve gotten so far HERE.

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8 Responses
  1. Amy @ Thoroughly Nourished Life

    I love reading your Stich Fix posts! We don’t have Stitch Fix here in Australia and I love seeing what you get and what you choose to keep! I love that infinity scarf! So gorgeous!

  2. Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie

    Love the bird top and the s/s sweater top – wish it didn’t have a pink back though I wonder if it comes in anther color (not a big fan of pink)

  3. Karen @ On the Banks of Salt Creek

    I like these posts. I play a game. I try to guess, based on the expression on your face, if you are going to keep it or send it back. I was 100% right on this one.
    Good choices.

  4. Emily

    Fun! I just got my first Stitch Fix box and happened to stumble upon your blog after looking for other people’s reviews! So far I give it a thumbs up 🙂 I also saw your post from your day in the Pearl, I live in Portland! Are you located in Portland or just visiting?

    1. Lauren

      I live in Portland 🙂 I’m even planning a blogger’s conference here next month if you’re interested! indulgeconference.com