My second Stitch Fix experience found me to be as willing a participant as the first. I kept all five pieces they sent me to try on, because, once again, it would have cost more money to send back the one item that I was on the fence about and lose out on the 25% discount for buying it all. Economics aren’t my strong suit, but I know I came out ahead. wink wink
Item 1: A basic grey maternity t-shirt with ruching on each side. I liked the price, I liked the shirt, and I liked that it is a staple I can wear now and grow into it later. (Sidenote: the jeans are from my first Stitch Fix box. I love them even more now than I did then.)
Item 2: Grey and pink striped tank top. It’s light and perfect for summer. The loose fit will also – hopefully – allow for a little expansion through the midsection. Meanwhile, Rue kept a close guard on the back balcony.
Item 3: Teal sleeveless blouse. Pardon the wrinkles – strictly the poor lighting and photo quality, I assure you, and not the fact that the shirt sat wadded up in the Stitch Fix box following my first perusal of the goods. This is the one item that I was on the fence about. It’s not my typical style. But it’s loose, will be good for the summer months, and it wasn’t worth losing out on the discount to send it back. And who knows… Much like my least favorite shirt in the first box, I’ll probably wear this one more than I thought I would initially.
Item 4: Tribal-type pattern skirt. I love this one. Maxi skirts are a win in general and the colors and pattern are great. Also, first bambino bump picture on the blog? Perhaps.
Item 5: Three extra long layering camis in white, black, and nude. Classic! Practical! The material is fantastic. I know I’ll get a ton of wear out of these. I’m a fan.
And that’s the box. I’m really pleased with Stitch Fix yet again.
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