June 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. 

I got me another Stitch Fix Box, yo. I feel like those stylists have got my style narrowed down pretty well because I’m loving everything I’m being sent. Holla! Here’s what I got this time around. And please excuse my tired, make-up free face and wet hair bun situation. I was tired. Oh, and grainy photos. My house was dark so my phone over compensated and these are what I got. Womp womp. 

Item 1: Bay to Baubles Maisie Jewel Cluster Drop Earrings- $32. It took me two days to realize these were pineapples. And I only realized they were pineapples after my mother-in-law pointed it out to me. So, I’m super smart. They were a bit on the bigger side, but thought they were still cute and summery none the less, so I kept them.


Second item: Hourglass Lilly Adan Geo Print Shift Dress in S- $58. The soft stretchy fabric and the sleeves are what sold me on this! Super comfy 🙂 The print isn’t my absolute favorite, but I don’t hate it either so I kept it.


Numero tres: Market and Spruce Spensur Striped Jersey Dress in S- $54. I LOVE this dress. The stripes, the color, the fit, the length. It’s perfection.


The fourth thing I got was this Market and Spruce Sam Hi-Lo Short Sleeve Tee in XS- $44. This shirt was probably my favorite thing in the box. It’s so so comfortable and the fabric is super soft. The back of the shirt hangs lower than the front, which I’m a fan of, plus it’s super cute with leggings and a little colorful tank underneath! Slash, these were the clothes I was wearing to begin with that day, so I made it work. Lol!


Last thing: Market and Spruce Jaime Button Down Cotton Shirt in XS- $54. I typically am not a fan of collared shirts. I feel like they make my face and neck look……weird. But I was totally ok with this one. It might be the pockets?! I dunno. I was hesitant to keep this one, so my husband was the one who told me I wasn’t sending it back cause he thought it was cute. Ok, FINE. I’ll keep the shirt. Twist my arm….

The total of all this merchandise was $242, but minus the $20 styling fee and the buy all discount, it ended up totaling $166.50. Not too bad for 5 pieces that I’d totally wear every day!! Plus, I actually didn’t end up paying that much because I had a few credits to use. Score!!

If you’d like to sign up for Stitch Fix styling servicecheck 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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  1. Melissa Barnett

    I got my 2nd box today & I received the same dress! I like it but I’m a bit worried about the length–might need to pair it with leggings since I’m a kindergarten teacher & don’t usually flash too much leg! 🙂

  2. Ashley

    How did you get such awesome stuff?! I’ve done it twice and was fairly disappointed both times, so have been hesitant to try again. Do you feel like they have gotten better with time?