I really love when I hear that my next Stitch Fix is coming. For this fix, I asked for items for my upcoming weekend away in Vegas with the hubby. It was so fun to reeve clothes for a specific trip and my stylist did a great job at giving me a variety of looks and options that would fit our trip.
41HAWTHORN Walt Skirt
This skirt ended up being one of my favorite pieces. One of my favorite parts was that my stylist suggested that I dress it down with the Market and Spruce Sam High Low Tee for a more casual look but also suggested another Fun2FUn lace top that I had received in a previous fix for a more dressy look. They know my wardrobe, how cool is that?!
Skies are Blue Anya Split Neck Blouse
I loved this top and thought I could throw a cardigan over it and still be able to wear it into the fall. The pattern was really fun and this was Kerry's favorite.
Papermoon Violetta Scalloped Blouse
I couldn't get a good picture of this one to show the detail but I loved the back as the top layer split. This top was a great price when I got all 5 items with the discount so I kept it. It will be a fin top to add into the summer/spring rotation.
Skies are Blue Textured Short
Kept- after discount they were free!
Ok I still don't know about these shorts but they were free after my 25% discount after keeping all five items. I think they could still be cute with the right outfit but they are out of my comfort zone. I guess Vegas it the place to try them and I can see why my stylist added them to this fix.
Market and Spruce Same High Low Tee
I didn't get a good picture of this one but This tee is a great basic. It was a bit more expensive than I would normally choose but I can really dress it up or down and I think it will become a staple in my closet.
So overall, I think this was another win! I did keep all five items. I am finding that if you really like three of the items then the other two basically pay for themselves ha! I am now updating my pinterest board for fall and am looking forward to some new looks for the new season. If you haven't tried it yet, I encourage you to try Stitch Fix!