Stitch Fix Review #2

I just got my second Stitch Fix yesterday!  What is it that makes these lovely boxes on our front porch so wonderful and exciting?!  It’s like Santa came early!  I got home from work late and we were hurrying to meet my family for dinner.  I just couldn’t wait…took the box with us and opened it in the truck {Erik rolling his eyes as I squeal with joy}.


I really liked everything I got this time too!  My stylist left me another sweet little note.  I would highly recommend if you sign up for this service to link a Pinterest account/board and be very detailed when communicating with your stylist.  I made sure to leave her my Instagram account and blog website.  Any way they can get to know you better, chances are you will like your “fix” better!

My first item was an Andrea Hammered Metal Bead Stretch Bracelet by Bay to Baubles.


I pretty much only wear stretchy bracelets.  This one is perfect for me because I can wear it to work.  It’s not clinky or clunky {those are words, right?}.  Plus, I mostly wear gold jewelry.  I’m getting this little boho gem!

Next, I got a Lucio Henley Blouse by Alice Blue.


I adore this print!  It’s flowy with a western flair!  So cute.  Unfortunately, it was a little snug around the bottom hem.  Farewell, Lucio Henley Blouse {tear}.

Then, {my favorite} the Malta Open Cardigan by Market & Spruce.


Gracious, everybody needs this cardigan.  It’s super soft {has a percentage of angora cashimere}, cozy and all things good.  It’s definitely going with me on our upcoming trip!

Next, I got the Alvar Bead Detail Top by Papermoon.


I loved the bohemian flair on this one!  Plus, I’m a sucker for olive green!  The material is very dainty and soft.  I’m still undecided if this one is staying with me or not though {hmmm}!

Last, was the Kate Distressed Boyfriend Jean by Kut From The Kloth.


I still can’t believe how great these fit me!  I’ve never had a pair of these so called “boyfriend” jeans, but have wanted some!  I love how they’re distressed and casual looking.  Plus, you can adjust the bottom rolls.  Soft, love the wash…these are a keeper!

Overall, my second fix was a huge success!  I’ve yet to really dislike anything I received.  I think this is such a fun way to shop!  Another advantage…it’s made me cut back on my online shopping in between!  I look forward to my “fix” so I don’t shop much in the meantime!  Let me know if you have any questions!

If you’re ready to try Stitch Fix out too, here’s the link ==> Start your style quiz now!



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