I was gonna be all cute and say numero trois, but I thought that was more annoying than cute.
Anyway. It's been a hot minute since I got a stitch fix, and I thought birthday time was high time for another.
Just a reminder, the link I am using in this post is a referral link - if you sign up for stitch fix, I get a $25 credit, and that is more than $0, so if you want to sign up.. I won't be mad.
My first fix was kind of a flop, though I got my striped dress that I loved. My second fix was more dangerous, but in hindsight I'm glad I didn't keep everything like I almost did.
This time, I mentioned I would love some cute, fun dresses as I had a cruise and a couple of girls trips coming up. I wanted some fancier but some casual. That's all I wanted, really. I don't remember my exact note, but I think I said dresses, midi skirts and possibly work pants? I don't remember asking for tops, but I could be wrong.
Here's what I got:
Mavi Rubinelli Button Down Top $58 - Returned.
Ugh. No. Hard no. Just.. no. Too short, see through, not my style at all, just nope. Sorry for the awkward back picture but I wanted to show the equally as awkward strip of weirdness on the back of the shirt.
Papermoon Bastille Tulip Sleeve Blouse $44 - Returned.
This top wasn't bad, but it wasn't anything amazing either. I would only wear it to work, and I rarely wear short sleeves to work, so... nope.
Liverpool Jordyn Bootcut Pant $88 - Returned.
I really don't like bootcut style pants, and these were too short, not to mention way too tight for work.
Paper Crown Annaliese Dress $138 - Returned.
I'm assuming I was sent this because I pinned several different polka dot dresses (here, here, here and here) from other peoples fixes, Unfortunately, I just didn't love it. It would have had to make me look like a size 0 in order for me to pay $140 for a dress. Regardless of the price, I hated the style. It looks cute in the pictures but I felt like a pregnant child. It also looks black, but it was blue.
41Hawthorn Jace Chevron Print Dress $68 - Kept.
I actually hate chevron, and when I saw this online I got really mad because I know my profile says no chevron. However, I calmed down when I realised that I actually pinned this dress because I think the chevron is really subtle. Or maybe not subtle, just not like... crazy. I really like it in person, the fit is exactly my style, the material is different but not bad. I love the length. I'm definitely happy to keep this one.
So while this fix might seem like a bit of a flop, I don't really mind because I don't want to love everything because then I'd be broke. As long as I get one thing I really like, I call it a success. I just wish I had liked the other things in the box even a little bit, they were all hard no's from the get go, and where is the fun in that? I was really hoping for more dresses, I know stitch fix has some really cute dresses but apparently they don't like sending them to me. Also, I have seen some fabulous midi skirts on pinterest, and y'all know how much I love a good midi skirt.. but again, they don't seem to want to send me any.
Overall, I like the idea of stitch fix. I don't love their prices sometimes, but I'm well aware of that and I'm the one who keeps coming back, so that's not their fault. Plus, it's more the experience and receiving some fun things, and getting to send the not so fun things back.
Also, the cats love the box, as I'm sure you can tell!