It’s been a while since I shared a Stitch Fix reveal but I’m back with my March box! Spring is in full swing here in Palm Spring so I was ready to freshen up my wardrobe with color and print!
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If you’ve never heard of Stitch Fix you can read more about it here. To give you a quick break down it’s a personal styling service where you are sent 5 handpicked items. You try them on in the luxury of your home. Keep what you love and send back the rest. You do pay a $20 styling fee but if you keep an item that amount is applied to your total. Keep reading to find out how you can get $25 toward your first Fix!
1. Alice Blue Floral Tie Front Top $48 and Lily Pulitzer Scallop Shorts $68- returned
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2. Loveappella off the shoulder top $46 and Driftwood Embroidered Denim $98- returned
It’s always fun to show a little shoulder as the weather warms up so I was excited to see this off the shoulder knit from Loveappella. Plus, we are heading to Hawaii this year so it would make a fun beachy option! These jeans from Driftwood are the real winner not only do they fit perfect but the embroidered detail is unique and adds a fun boho touch. As much as I loved this look I ended up returning. With hot weather on the horizon, I’m talking 115+, I won’t be in jeans very often and the top ran a little small due to the elastic. An exchange was available but I’m an instant gratification person so back it went.
3. Tribal off the shoulder top -$48
The final look was another off the shoulder top from Tribal. I really love the unique tie dye print and eyelet detail at the bottom of the shirt. I ended up keeping this top to wear with a pair of cutoff shorts and strappy sandals
There you go! Another fun Stitch Fix Reveal. Anytime I get a box it’s seriously like Christmas day getting to rip it open and see what’s inside. Want to give Stitch Fix a try? Click here and fill out the style profile and you’ll get $25 toward your first Fix.
Have you tried Stitch Fix? What are your thoughts on this way of shopping?