I told myself that once I ran out of Stitch Fix credit (which I did), I would be pickier about what I kept and would only get fixes every other month. So what did I do? Scheduled a fix immediately and keep everything in it. Damnit, Nicole.
Juno Small Folded Clutch by Street Level ($38)
I think this will get a lot of use come wedding season. It’s small; the gold color will match any outfit if I’m wearing gold jewelry; and the delicate chain strap makes it fancy enough to be worn with a dress.
Alessia Skirt by Eight Sixty ($84)
I’m a sucker for unique pieces like this. I love the longer length mesh over the short lining—so fun! It’s actually a very feminine skirt, but for some reason I decided to pair it with an 80’s-inspired muscle crop and go a little more rock ‘n roll with it. It kinda works/I kinda look crazy, but I’m into it.
Linden Sheer Detail Sleeveless Blouse by Pixley ($54)
OUTFIT DETAILS | top: Stitch Fix // jeans: Stitch Fix (from this previous fix) // hat: Zara (similar here) // shoes: Simply by Vera Wang c/o Kohl’s (similar here)// bracelet: c/o Rocksbox (get your first month free using code nicolebff53)
Deena Crochet Back Blouse by Daniel Rainn ($68)
Lennon Top by Eight Sixty ($58)
Ok, I’m officially in Stitch Fix time-out after this one. I’ll be back in a few months with another of these posts, but in the meantime, you’ll be enjoying yoga pants and sneakers, my friends.
What do you think of this fix? Any favorite pieces? Get anything good in your own fixes recently?
If you want to request any of the items I’m wearing, you can send a note to your stylist or pin any of the images to the style board on Pinterest that you have linked to your Stitch Fix account. Pinned images should automatically pull the name of the piece into the description. All prices listed are before the 25% discount you’d receive from keeping all five items in your fix.
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