I hope you all have had some patience, as I have had to! My fix was supposed to arrive June 1st, but I didn’t actually get it until June 6th! I was hoping to be able to shoot pictures during daylight hours over the weekend…maybe next time. I’d love to do another fun outdoor photo shoot like the one I did for my Fabletics review. Perhaps juxtaposing fashion in my garden? Hmm..already getting the creative juices flowing!
I am finally on a roll with Kaley, who I have had 3 times now as my stylist.
I did not have any specific requests this time and just asked her to surprise me. Frankly, I think Stitch Fix works best when you aren’t trying to get something really specific. If you are not familiar with Stitch Fix, you can check it out by clicking the graphic below. Please note there are affiliate links in this post. If you sign up or buy something, it supports my blog at no extra cost to you.
Now on to the pictures and reviews…
Seavees Baja Fiesta Slip-On Sneakers – 7 ($78)
From the moment I saw the bright lemon yellow color of these slip-on sneakers, I knew that I had to have them! I had pinned a similar pair, just in blue, on my Pinterest board. I knew right away these would be versatile. I can pair them with my mint skinny jeans as seen above, or even to make a white sheath dress more casual…
Given the high price of this skirt, I didn’t think I would keep it. That is, until I put it on! The faux suede material is so soft and also has some stretch to it. The fit of this skirt is perfect for my shape and made me feel sexy wearing it right away (the hubby liked it too!) Given its neutral tone, it will also go with a lot of items in my existing wardrobe, such as this top and cardigan from my January and February fixes.
Bancroft Samson Multi-strand Cube Necklace ($28)
I had asked for a necklace with more length to it. This necklace is ok, nothing amazing. I don’t think I would go out of my way to buy it, but since I am in desperate need of jewelry and I was going to keep everything else in this Fix, it was a no-brainer to keep this.
Papermoon Nellie Scoop Neck Top – XS ($44)
For the most part, all of the items I have been receiving from Stitch Fix are more work appropriate clothes than weekend casual. That is why I absolutely love this Papermoon top. It is sheer and racer back, which is a bit challenging, but I found that one of my Fabletics sports bras works great with it! I paired it with my Kendall K high waisted lace shorts (I’m not sure if Kendall is still pursuing her clothing line – she was a friend here in San Diego) and some newly acquired Vince Camuto sandals. I am quite proud of myself for pulling together this outfit!
I also found that this top paired well with my Kut from the Kloth mint skinny jeans and the new yellow slip-on sneakers.
Kensie Rebekah Stretch Crepe Blazer – XS ($88)
This blazer is going to be a staple in my work wardrobe, I can already tell. I am ALWAYS in need of something to wear in my chilly office, even when it is blazing hot outside. This Kensie blazer has a great polka dot liner and a three quarter length sleeve. The crepe material feels really luxurious as well. I was able to pull together almost all of the pieces in this month’s Fix with this blazer.
And that’s a wrap for this month! I’m excited that I have finally got consistency with a stylist and it definitely shows since I kept all 5 items!
As always, if you want to check out more June reviews, head on over to Maria’s linkup at Crazy Together