Hallelujah, it's finally Friday! I am definitely ready for a bit more of a chill weekend. Last weekend was fun but it will be nice to have fewer activities planned and get to relax. Also, it's Superbowl weekend and Minneapolis is the host. The city is abuzz with all the activities and I'm debating if we dare check any of them out or steer clear. I am really on the fence about it, but when is it this going to happen again, ya know? Anyway, it's been a boring week here and so I thought it best to share my overdue recent Stitch Fix.

I scheduled my most recent Fix to arrive right before my birthday. I had my overall outfit planned ( you can check it out here) but needed a few more details. Also, I was looking for my some fun pieces to add to my wardrobe. Per usual, my stylist is some sort of fashion wizard and sent an amazing box.


I was initially struck by the color of this top. I honestly don't wear a lot of green, it doesn't typically draw my eye. However, I really loved this. It has a light sweater material and moves with me without losing it's shape. The asymmetrical hem is a unique item in my wardrobe too. I don't have anything like it. So far I have worn it a bunch to work, but also could be worn with some leggings as it is definitely long enough. I kept this one because it adds a very different element to my wardrobe and stretched my color palette.


I loved this one immediately. I am obsessed with white blouses but also get nervous for stains. This is flowier and not a traditional cotton button up. Let's be honest, I love white and black, right? This was right up my alley. The black piping is actually the most delicate fringe detailing. So cute and chic. I knew this one was for me. Love this for work and I could see a few edgy ways to style it for going out or events.


This dress I loved about 75%. I really love a sweater dress and the fit and flare style is the perfect silhouette for me. Highlights the parts of me I like and downplays the parts I'd rather hide. The color on this was also just on point for me. I almost went with it but the sleeveless had me on the fence. I don't like layering sweaters over sweaters and I did not have the right blazer of any kind that would work to wear this at my job. As much as it pained me I sent it back.


These I really did love. I requested some statement earrings or something to wear with my jumpsuit for my birthday and was so surprised to see some Baublebar items in my Fix. The drop gold balls are very on trend right now and they were surprisingly lightweight. I expected a big earring like this to carry some weight. However, after I sent my note it I got some earrings in my Box of Style and needed to justify wearing some a glam piece again. Seeing as I don't often wear statement earrings I ended up sending these back. 


Last but not least this blazer. My stylist always does something surprising and this was it. I told her I needed something to wear over the jumpsuit and I pinned the one I had so she could see. This velvet burgundy blazer was picture perfect. I loved the luxe feel it added to my overall look and again, I love me some burgundy. It is a blazer technically but has the looseness of a cardigan and I thought it had this great unique quality that way. As you can see, I kept it and it worked brilliantly. 

Another winning Fix for me. My stylist is seriously the best. Which items would you have kept? 

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