How quickly a month goes by! It seems like I just shared my April Stitch Fix box and now it’s time to share what I received for May.
This month I requested a dress, casual tops for summer, and a skirt with a shirt to match. My stylist, Brittany H., does a great job of picking out things for me that I almost always like and this month was no exception. After 35 fixes, Brittany gets my style and seems to know what I will like.
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Let’s take a look at what my May 2016 Stitch Fix box contained!
Collective Concepts Atalya Cold Shoulder Top
I pinned a few cold shoulder tops to my fashion board on Pinterest, so Brittany sent one my way to try. I loved the pattern, color, and fabric of this top. I also loved that it looks trendy without showing too much skin.
My shorts are from Walmart and cost just $7.88. Can you believe that? I’m pretty hard on shorts, especially white ones, so it’s smart for me to buy an inexpensive pair so that I’m not too disappointed when I finally stain them permanently.
Even though this top is super cute, I decided not to keep it.
London Times Bryen Jersey V-neck Dress
This dress is super soft and comfortable and would be perfect for work. The fabric is the type that could be balled up in a gym bag or suitcase and wouldn’t wrinkle.
I decided not to keep it because I wasn’t crazy about the vertical stripe on the skirt part of the dress.
Gill Rinna Dress
I pinned a picture of this dress because I loved the polka-dots. It is super soft and comfortable and the cut is flattering. I like that it could easily be dressed up or down depending on the occasion.
The back has a surprise: a cut-out!
Although I loved this dress, I didn’t keep it because the cut-out meant it wouldn’t be work appropriate.
Collective Concepts Coryn Peplum Blouse and Pixley Eve Floral Skirt
I requested a skirt with a shirt to match. Brittany spotted this Pixley Eve Floral Skirt on my Pinterest board and thought that I would like it. The skirt is fully lined and is longer than any skirt that I’ve owned for a long while. I love its floral pattern and the color options that I have for pairing tops with it.
Brittany paired the Coryn Peplum Blouse with the skirt and the two match perfectly. This is a top that is dressy enough for work but could also be dressed down and worn with shorts.
As soon as I put the skirt on, I knew that I was keeping it. It’s comfortable and perfect for work. I like the Coryn Peplum that Brittany paired with it but didn’t keep it because a 41Hawthorn top from my very first fix matched this skirt perfectly.
If you’ve thought about trying Stitch Fix, do it! I love getting my monthly fix. Even after 35 fixes, I still love the surprise of opening my box each month. I choose to get a monthly box, but how often a box is shipped your way is totally up to you. It’s wonderful to have clothes delivered that I like and don’t have to go to the store to buy.