July Stitch Fix

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It's that time again. I got my most recent Stitch Fix in and I was ready for a little refresh. I always try to limit my shopping around Stitch Fix time in case I fall in love with all the pieces.  I love Stitch Fix and if you haven't tried it I really encourage you. I have loved it the more I communicate with my stylist the more on point the pieces are. That said, I am at a point where I am being really picky and only keeping pieces I absolutely love.



SOPHIE RUE IEISHA BUTTON FRONT CAMI
First up is this cami. I really love a cami because they truly work year-round. I really wanted to like this piece. The fit was great, the material felt really quality. It had a little bit of weight to it so it wasn't going to just flap around in the wind, and will french tuck perfectly. What I didn't like about it was the pattern. It's a cute pattern, just not my personal style. I think if it were a different pattern or color even I 100% would have kept it.


MADEWELL GIANETA SURPLICE KNOT DETAIL TOP
This is hands down the hero piece. First of all, it's Madewell so it already has my number. Secondly, I love this little twist top cross over and it's such a flattering fit. It's a little shorter on me than on the model, maybe a medium would have been better but it works perfectly with my high waisted jeans. High waist is the only way I roll these days anyway so it's perfect. It's also a really different color for me so it's nice to add something new to my collection

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COLLECTIVE CONCEPTS  EDALINE BACK DETAIL TOP
This one, unfortunately, was a bit of a dud. I am not super into halter tops. I just don't think they are incredibly flattering on me. The back detail was really cute however I am not often in a position where I could show it off. It's not a shirt I would wear to work without a cardi and on the weekend I am really in more casual wear anyway. I will say if you like this type of top the fabric is really nice and would be cute if you were going out to dinner.




MADEWELL COTTON MIDI BUTTON FRONT SKIRT
I really wanted to like this one. Because A) Madewell and B) I love the idea of a midi skirt. I like the big buttons and tie waist, all things I think are super cute and flattering When I put it on I got this "little house on a prairie" vibe and I couldn't shake it. It looks less so in this picture with the heel. I think if I were more of a bodysuit and straw hat kind of gal I could make this work. It's just not my personal style.



GOLDRAY COSIMA KNIT MIDI DRESS
The last piece was this midi dress. It was a body con so I knew it wouldn't work for me. I carry all my extra weight in my midsection and I haven't been the most careful about my food choices lately and it shows. Even some days when I feel great I know a bodycon like this just isn't flattering on me. The material was a little thin too so you have to wear some very seamless undergarments to make it work.

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There you have it. Which piece was your favorite? I think all in all some great pieces in here just not all ones that work for me. Again, I looking for pieces I can't live without so I"m being picky.

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