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Here we go again! Another Stitch Fix box! Here’s what I got this month…and don’t mind these grainy photos. It was getting dark, so I had to take my mirror to a lighter spot….in MY KITCHEN. Freakamothafreaka. Maybe next time I’ll take legit photos…or have my husband take them?! Whatevs. Here’s what I got:
Item numero uno: Ritx Mixed Pattern Front Pocket Knit Shirt in XS- $44. This was the first thing in the box that I knew before I tried it on that I was going to love it and keep it. I love the three different patterns and the length of the shirt. Not too loose, comfy and cute. This gives you a better idea of how the shirt looks. I love the back blue and white polkadots!
Second item: Glenn Fan Drop Necklace: $42. I’m not much of a necklace person, but I like the idea of wearing necklaces. I was on the fence about this one, but decided to keep it because I had some credits to spend 🙂Number three: Minetti Dot & Stripe Print Knit Top in XS- $48. I really liked this shirt too. Comfy, cute, just slightly on the shorter side. I really do prefer longer shirts. But typically I wear undershirts most days anyways, so it became a non-issue. I ended up keeping this one. 4th item: Jaspers Split Neck Knit Shirt in XS- $68. You can’t tell by the photo, but this shirt is see-through. It also had long sleeves that reminded me of Robin Hood Men in Tights……don’t ask. I liked the length, but the sleeves and the seethroughness had me cringing. Sent this sucker back. Last thing I got: Holly Chevron Arrow Print Infinity Scarf- $32. I really liked the colors on this scarf and thought it was super cute, so I kept it! Also, infinity scarves are MY LIFE.
So there you have it! This was my best box yet 🙂 I kept 4/5 items! I mentioned last month that I only asked for shirts, jackets and accessories from here on out. It really helps to not have to worry about pants or skirts anymore. I’m a short girl with thick thighs. Things don’t fit me well on the lower half usually. Shirts on the other hand are more easy peasy. So, that’s how I roll with my box.
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.