My third Stitch Fix came in the thick of our typical long, hot Tucson summer. I specifically asked for lightweight clothing, preferably not in synthetic material that is just miserable when you're trying to function in this heat – and thankfully, they delivered! (What in the world is Stitch Fix? Read more here!)
First up was this Ellison Josie cut-out embroidery detail cotton tank. I loved the detail on this top, and it is lightweight and flowy – it's cute for casual wear with denim shorts, or dressed up with jewelry and a skirt. I've already worn it a lot. They also sent it with a simple white cami to go underneath, and the cami wasn't one of the five pieces for the fix. I thought that was a nice touch – this definitely needs something under it, and although I already had a white cami I can always use another!
Next was the Pomelo Downing striped knit shirt. Again, it is a loose and flowy fit in a perfect lightweight cotton, and it's become a summer staple for me. I didn't have much orange in my wardrobe, so these two pieces have been a nice change.
My jewelry piece in this fix was the Pixley Brandi enamel drops statement necklace. I LOVE this necklace. It's a little different from something I would have picked out for myself, but I seem to constantly find things to wear it with and I get compliments on it every time I wear it.
My stylist Samantha continued to feed my dress addiction with the Andrew Marc Daire sleeveless fit & flare dress. I love the white lace (crochet?) overlay and it's a cotton/linen blend that is super comfortable. I wore it for the 4th of July paired with a denim vest and really liked it.
The last piece in this fix was the only fail – and sadly, that may be more the fault of my thighs than a problem on my stylist's part. The Margaret M Duboce straight leg jeans would have been perfect - I loved the idea of the stretchy, wide waistband (like maternity! but not!) and I love white jeans, but these were WAY, WAY too tight. I sincerely hope that these run extremely small, or I better do some serious scaling back on the summer treats. These went back.
I think this was my favorite fix to date, which is in keeping with their theory that they get better at styling for you over time. Try it out yourself with my referral link here and you'll get a code of your own to share with friends for credit! Check out my other Stitch Fix Reviews for even more information.
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