I didn’t keep anything from my last, and first, Stitch Fix but I had regrets about returning that purple ruffled blouse. It was just SO flattering on. I ordered again almost immediately and had another box scheduled to be delivered Feb 2, though it arrived Jan 31.
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The lighting in my room is terrible at 6pm and my mirror also showcases the rest of my room which includes piles of folded clean laundry and an unmade bed, so no pictures this time, but next time I promise to post some, even if I have to use a timer or a selfie stick haha.
Below, you can see what was sent and what I kept. They followed my request for lower price points and I would have kept it all if only those Tinsel Pants were huge in the waist. They run really big because my waist is not dainty 9 months after having my second child in 2 years.
I wore the Makers skinny jean yesterday to a big meeting over an hour away and I was so comfortable driving to and from and even after my giant lunch at IHOP which is a true testimonial to the magic of pull-on jeans. The waist band is kind of like nice leggings, not just a band of elastic enclosed in fabric, but two small elasticize areas at the top and bottom of the waistband. They were supper slimming to my waist too. I love love love these jeans. I almost sent them back for being a little too long because I forgot to say petite this time (and don’t have the petite box checked in my profile bc I don’t want petite sized tops) and I am so glad I tried them on again and realized I HAD to have them before sending them back!
The Pink Clover top was so comfy too but seemed long on me and had these scratchy clear plastic loops for hanging sewn right in and the ends poked into my shoulders. I gave feedback about this because I wasn’t sure if I could remove them without the whole seam coming apart.
I hate wrap style tops because they show too much cleavage and the 41 Hawthorn Graciela had this super thin fabric that showed alllll my lumps and bumps and it just didn’t work for me at all.
I kept the open cards because it has a different cut than my other open cardigans and is also a lightweight knit which I only have one of (and it’s maternity lol). I love the color, it’s one of my favorites to wear, and it’ll also work well for spring and summer with white jeans!