Some of you may not love these posts, especially since this is not a fashion blog. Nor will it ever be, in case some of you feared that. Regardless, when a fix arrives, I force Conor to take awkward photos just for the purpose of sharing here. My children are usually jumping on the bed or clinging to my legs. It's really a fun time for all. So for those that care, here is the latest fix:
Renee C Wynne Knit Maxi Dress
I pinned this specific dress, and I absolutely love it! It may be my favorite summer staple that is currently hanging in my closet. It's so soft, a perfect length (I'm 5'9), and has easy nursing access. The back is a "V" as well, which makes this dress stunning.
Renee C Leida Crew Neck Blouse
I loved the colors of this top and even liked the abstract pattern it had going on. But it was far too short for me, and it felt a bit restrictive. Not necessarily tight, but the fabric didn't give at all. I sent this back.
Skies are Blue Kendruh Layered Hem Knit Top
I loved this color on me! And I liked the different hem line, even thought it made it feel a bit short. One of the main reasons I didn't keep this top, is that I wanted a summer fix. 3/4 length sleeves absolutely will not work in summer in hot Salt Lake City! Sent back.
Kut From the Kloth Dayna Skinny Jean
I pinned these jeans, and I so so wanted to keep them! They fit like a glove and paired perfectly with a ridiculous amount of tops! But the realistic side of me kicked in... I cannot wear white jeans around my young boys. I'm constantly picking them up, and their dirty shoes would be all over my pants. All. The. Time. So sadly, I decided that white jeans will just have to wait a few years. Sent back.
Overall, I was pretty pumped about this fix. I try to only keep one item per fix, so the dress was an easy choice. If you are one of the crazies that has still yet to try Stitch Fix, do it! I think summer is the perfect time, since they have a ridiculous amount of gorgeous dresses right now!!! And if you try it because of me, I get a nice little kick back; so of course, I appreciate it!
Now tell me... did I make the right choice?!