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May went by in a flash and now it’s June, my favorite month of summer. A new month brings a new Stitch Fix review.
Stitch Fix Review for June 2020
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Stitch Fix Details
- Stitch Fix is a personal styling service. When you sign up for Stitch Fix, you fill out a detailed style profile that helps your stylist know your likes and dislikes. Since I’ve received many Stitch Fix shipments, my stylist knows my likes and dislikes very well and I almost always like every item in my Fix, a good problem to have!
- When a Fix arrives, you have three days to try the clothes on and to decide what to keep and what to send back. Stitch Fix includes a postage-paid envelope making returns super easy.
- When you sign up for Stitch Fix, you can choose how often a box is delivered. You can pick monthly options or schedule a box when you’d like to receive one. I do not like shopping and love receiving clothing from Stitch Fix. I get clothes that I like without having to do any work other than pinning things that I like to my fashion board on Pinterest. My stylist, Brittany H., checks my Pinterest board for inspiration and also reads my note to her each month to see if I have any special requests.
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This Month’s Stitch Fix Items
This month I asked my wonderful stylist, Brittany H., to send shorts and a few tops to enjoy this summer. June brings Virginia’s heat and I’ll be wearing shorts nearly every day.
Level 99 Cindie Linen Printed Short
Brittany selected three different shorts for me to try this month. The Level 99 Cindie Linen Printed Short was my favorite of those that she selected.
In every photo of this post, you’ll see me wearing my all-time favorite flip-flops by OOFOS.
I bought my first pair at a local running store and recently bought a second pair in black. They are so comfortable, even for walking! If you have pesky plantar fasciitis, these flip-flops are supposed to help with that.
My necklace is from Rocksbox.
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These shorts are super soft and comfortable. Last month I received a similar pair of Level 99 shorts that also were linen and I didn’t keep them because the label said that the pattern would fade with washing and I don’t like how linen wrinkles.
Even though I really like these shorts, they are the same shorts that I received last month, just in a different color and pattern, so I won’t be keeping them for the same reason as last month.
Market & Spruce Lorraine Short
The next pair of shorts is the Market & Spruce Lorraine Short. These shorts have a pretty green and white pattern.
I liked the length of these shorts and I found them very comfortable.
Although I liked these shorts, I don’t have a lot of tops in my wardrobe that match the print, so these will be returned.
Market & Spruce Santana Roll Cuff Sateen Short
I was excited to try the Market & Spruce Santana Roll Cuff Sateen Short because they are red, my favorite color.
I paired the shorts with Kaleigh Cait V-Neck Peplum Top from my April Fix.
After trying these shorts on with a few other tops, I came to the conclusion that these shorts weren’t ones that I wanted to add to my wardrobe.
Kut from the Kloth Halene Ruffle Detail Blouse
The Kut from the Kloth Halene Ruffle Detail Blouse is light and airy and I love its floral pattern and ruffles.
This top would be great to wear on a hot Virginia day.
I liked this top but not enough to keep it.
Market & Spruce Ezide Textured Print Top
The Market & Spruce Ezide Textured Print Top has a flattering fit, is comfortable, and I really liked the textured front and stretchy back.
What I didn’t like about this top was its color. Had it been a darker or brighter color, I would have kept it, this color didn’t flatter my skin tone.
Sherman was cooperative this month and posed for several pictures.
You’ve probably noticed that I’m long overdue for a haircut and color. I have a June appointment and I’m looking forward to it.
- Level 99 Cindie Linen Printed Short – $78 – Return
- Market & Spruce Lorraine Short – $54 – Return
- Market & Spruce Santana Roll Cuff Sateen Short – $58 – Return
- Kut from the Kloth Halene Ruffle Detail Blouse – $58 – Return
- Market & Spruce Ezide Textured Print Top – $58 – Return
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