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. 

The time has come to do another Stitch Fix round up! To be quite honest, I was pleasantly surprised to get this delivered to my house because I completely {and I mean COMPLETELY} forgot it was coming. It came when I was having a bad day and it was definitely a nice little pick me up 🙂 So, thanks Stitch Fix!

Here’s what I got in my box this month:

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#1: Corinna Striped Heathered Dolman Top in XS- $48. This popped right out at me once I started pulling my items out of the box. This comfy fabric plus the aqua stripes were what made me fall in love with this top. When I stick my arms out straight, it vaguely reminds me of a bird…or webbed toes?! But the pros definitely outweighed my {weird} cons, so I kept it.

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#2: Burrowes Solid & Striped Short Sleeve Shirt in XS- $28 . This was a little on the dark side, but I tell ya! These two fabrics in one shirt really have me mesmerized. I love the business in the front, party in the back look.

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…not that black and green stripes scream party but you know what I mean. Kept it!! photo-7

#3: Alan Cowl Neck Asymmetrical Cardigan in XS- $58. I LOVE this sweater. It’s a little on the thicker side and I was a little surprised to get something so warm in the spring, but I loved it and it fit well, so I kept it. This will be worn all.the.time come September.

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#4-Rowe Printed Shift Dress is S- $58. I was on the fence on this one. I liked the design but felt like it was much too big and ‘tent-like’. After asking my husband and getting his opinion, I decided to keep it. If he thought I looked good in it, then I could live with it too. I’ll probably end up wearing a belt with it though.

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And now for my last item: Trista Clover Pave Charm Necklace- $42. *Please excuse my lack of make-up awkward selfie. photo-6

I’m not much of a necklace person, but I think it’s because I have a grabby 11 month old. I imagine wearing this in the next few months once he’s not that into my hair, pinching or throwing. Brooke actually wore this necklace Easter Sunday. She might be a little more attached to this piece than I am so far. The sparkles draw her in like a moth to a flame. Poor girl is just like her mother. Needless to say, we kept this one.

So there you have it! This is my first box where I’ve kept ALL 5 items!! Keeping all 5 items meant I got 25% off my entire order, so that really is what convinced me to keep the items I was on the fence about. It was cheaper to keep them all then send the few I wasn’t sure about back. So awesome!

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10 Responses
  1. Phi @ The Sweetphi Blog

    Love these reviews you do, you look fantastic in all the items, but I totally love that red cardigan 🙂

  2. Tiffany

    I received that red sweater/sweatshirt too! It was crazy comfy but it showed back fat, it had to gooo. P.S. You have a great shape and non-existent chub handles.

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