I get so excited for my stitch fix orders. I liked how this box had mostly neutral colors with a bolder pattern piece. They are definitely getting better at tailoring each fix to my style.
The Kristah Ruffle Knit Blazer (Market and Spruce) is definitely a keeper. I liked it as soon as I pulled it out of the box. Grey is my color and it has an interesting silky fabric accenting the back.
The Pike Crochet Trim Top (Skies are Blue) was another one I really liked, especially the simple lace accent and the neutral color. It’s casual, but I can dress it up with a blazer.
I am not one for blouses, but the Tavyn Blouse (Papermoon) is one I will probably keep. I think it would work really well in the spring with some skinny jeans. I don’t usually wear a lot of patterned things, but I think because the shirt is black and white, I don’t mind the polka dots.
I was really excited about getting a dress. The Cecil Printed Dress (Papermoon) is really cute. Again, I am not one to wear a lot of patterns, but I liked this one. Unfortunately, I didn’t like the way it fit. There is a band in the middle that didn’t work for me. The Banks Skinny Jeans (Just Black) were nice, but the material is a little too thin for me.
My next fix will be in March and as I think ahead, I’m happy to know we won’t be in negative degree weather. Just a couple more months of cold. I’m excited to get some spring stuff in my next box.
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