This time, my fix was filled with pieces I was hopeful would help me transition into Fall. However, I was a bit disappointed....
Jordie Abstract Floral Fit & Flare Dress: Mystree ($68). I can't say enough negative things about this dress. I had high hopes because I liked the cut and pattern in the picture. However, this was a cheap piece of crap.The fabric was some sort of polyester blend. it was super thin and felt like one of those cheap nightgowns you would get from KMart as a kid. Maybe if this dress had My Little Ponies or New Kids on the Block on it I would have been more forgiving.
Brianna Double Clover Drop Earrings: Zad ($28). These earrings looked cheap and dated. They looked like something you'd see on that weird, sad jewelry rack at the register at a drug store...except they were 10 times the price.
Kendall Cross Front Tab Sleeve Blouse: Kut from the Kloth ($58). Well, hello, why yes that is my bra. Reason #1 I did not keep this top: I would've had to wear another shirt under it. If I am paying $58 for a shirt, I expect it to function as a shirt without assistance. Reason #2: Bat wings. Enough said.
June Polka Dot Skirt: Pixley ($58). I've been searching for a polka dot pencil skirt. I liked this one, but I didn't $58 like it. It was stretchy and not as structured as I like my pencil skirts.
Duke V-Neck Sleeveless Blouse: 41Hawthorn ($54). This is actually the only item I kept from my Fix. I love the color and the fabric is super soft and flowy. I realized I needed some more basic separates in my wardrobe, and this top was the perfect addition!
Have you tried Stitch Fix? Did you get a box this month? Let me know what you got, loved, kept! If you posted it about it on your blog, let me know in the comments!
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