When my box showed up on Friday, I was super excited to dive in and see what I got.
The first thing I tried on was this leopard print top. It was just okay. I like leopard, but it was a really plain top with an equally plain neckline. Eh. Pass.
Next was a promising looking sleeveless striped top. It fit really well, but it wasn't sleeveless, it was cap sleeves.
Ugh! I despise cap sleeves. So very much. They hit you at a strange place that makes your arms look heavy. Ick no. Pass.
|Please ignore my scary old lady looking hand holding my giant phone|
Next was a really cute looking dress. But when I put it on I felt like I was part of the Mod Squad. It was just a plain, straight, boring and reminiscent of the 70s. No no no.
Then I put on these jeans, and the angels sang.
I am always worry about trying on pants that Stitch Fix sends because pants are hard to fit. But these were perfect and more of a straight leg style (all my jeans are boot cut). They are Kut From the Kloth brand, and I am convinced that this brand is made for my body. I have another pair of boyfriend jeans from them from a previous fix that I love. So I had to get these. They were a little on the expensive side for jeans - $78 - but take off the $20 styling fee and then they're a little more doable. And they fit! And they're a lighter denim color than I have in my closet, which is nice. Score!
The last thing in my fix was a necklace that wasn't worth taking a picture of. Pass.
All in all, I wasn't crazy about this fix, but I got a good pair of jeans out of it, so I can't deem it a complete loss. I left a bunch of comments for my stylist (NO CAP SLEEVES! INTERESTING NECKLINES!) so hopefully my next one will be better.
How about you ... Do you Stitch Fix?