The second piece was this Angie tab-sleeved blouse. I personally did not care for this shirt. The material was really soft cotton, but also wrinkled easily (see below picture). I also didn’t care for the color or design. It just was nothing special. So regardless, I would have sent this back also.
The third top was a Kut from the Kloth red collared blouse. I was really hoping this would fit. I loved the sheer fabric, the color and the style. But it was too big. I would definitely have kept this had it fit. It would be super cute untucked with skinny jeans or tucked into a skirt for a dressier look.
The fourth item was a Papermoon stripped pencil skirt. I wasn’t sure what to think of this skirt. It was a stretchy knit fabric in dark brown and the black horizontal lines were a little raised. It was really comfortable and fit well, but it was a weird length. If I put it at my waist, it hit me mid-calf. If I pulled it up a little it was still below my knee. I really thought about keeping it and shortening it about four inches so it hit right above my knew. It was really cute with tall black boots when I tried it on. The only thing that made me send it back was I just did not know what to wear on top with it. In the samples on the card that came along with it, Stitch Fix paired it with white. I tried it on with white and it was just too much of a contrast. Since I didn’t really have anything to wear with it AND it was a weird length on me, I decided to save my money and send it back.
The last item was this cute 41 Hawthorn belted shirtdress. It’s really cute hanging on a hanger, but I just do not like this style on me. It was also too big, but even if it was the correct size I don’t think I would have kept it. I think it would be really cute on the right person with some colorful jewelry!
So all in all this Stitch Fix was a flop, but I’ve been very happy with my first and second orders. I can’t wait to see what they send me next time! I made sure to update all sizes and changed my comments to what I’d like to see in the future. So hopefully next time will be a good one!