Stitch Fix #6

My favorite day of the month is Stitch Fix day!  This month was the best yet! I have asked for the same stylist to keep styling me since fix # 3 and it has been such a success! She gets to know me better with every fix!

Before we begin, here’s a quick run down of how the service works directly from their website:

1. Fill out your Style Profile

Begin by filling out the Style Profile. This helps us understand your size, style, shape, budget and lifestyle. Completing your profile should only take about 10 minutes.

2. Pick the date you’d like to receive your shipment

We’ll send you a selection of five clothing items and accessories handpicked by personal stylists on the date you choose. At the time your stylist selects your items, you will be charged a $20 styling fee. That $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment.

3. Try everything on in the comfort of your home

We encourage you to try on everything our personal stylists have picked for you because you just never know what will look great on! Create new outfits by pairing what’s in your shipment with the items that are already in your closet.

4. Buy what you like and return the rest

  • Take three days to decide what you’ll purchase and what you’d like to send back. You’re only charged for these items when you tell us what you’re keeping and returning.
  • Check out by logging in to your account to pay for those items you want to keep. The $20 styling fee will be applied as credit towards any items you purchase. If you buy all five items, we’ll give you 25% off the entire purchase!
  • Simply return the items you don’t want in our pre-paid mailing bag and drop it at any USPS mailbox. Stitch Fix clients enjoy free shipping both ways as a benefit of using our service!

5. Tell us what you think!

Don’t forget to give us specific feedback on each of the items you receive. Our personal stylists are able to send you better selections when we know what did and didn’t work for you, and why.

And a new service of Stitch Fix is their maternity clothing and petites!

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Here’s mine from October. 🙂

Gianna Peplum Detail Blouse $78

Gianna Peplum Detail Blouse

It’s soooooooo hard to get detail of white shirts to show up in pictures! I know all you can see in this one is wrinkles. It actually looked nice right out of the box. Then, I threw it back in the box until I took the picture and it came out like this… Maybe not the right top for me if it needs to be ironed. This actually looks really nice on me and I LOVE that it’s peplum, but just on the front sides and not all the way. I LOVE the zipper detail on the back and the fit is nice too. The wrinkles really put me off though, and it was a tiny bit too short for my liking…. RETURNED.

Eden Pyrite Pendant Necklace $28

Eden Pyrite Pendant Necklace

I got this because it looked like something on my Pinterest board. It was nice and simple and would probably go with everything… I just didn’t love it. Perhaps a white stone would have been better? RETURNED

Mandrake Embroidered Bib Blouse $64

Mandrake Embroidered Bib Blouse $64.00

You can really tell when I like a piece because it shines through in the pictures. I loved this top period. My husband… not so much. He told me I look like a… well something politically incorrect that I won’t mention here. I don’t care though. I’m going to wear this every day! It’s more fitted than a lot of the shirts I’ve received without being too tight. It has some shape. I love the neckline and the sleeves are a good length. The detail is even sparkly! It’s not a style I’ve ever bought before, and that makes it even better. KEPT

Adair Jacket $68

Adair Jacket $68

Fail…. just fail… I’m going to keep on asking for jackets and one day I will get one that actually fits and looks nice.

Giovanni Straight Leg Jean $98

Giovanni Straight Leg Jean $98

I have to say, these don’t look quite as good in the pictures as I thought they would… hmmmmmmmm. Too bad I loved them the second I tried them on! I was slightly put off when I saw the color at first. I didn’t know if I could pull it off. They are a little more on the cool side than the picture suggests. I would almost say lavender. It didn’t take too long to convince me though. They are sooo soft and stretchy and not too low or high waist-ed. Also, the rear doesn’t fall down when you sit but the waist isn’t too tight at the same time… $100 for 1 pair of pants????? I did it. I bought them. Now I have 3 pairs of pants that I actually wear. End. Of. Story.

This was my favorite Fix yet! They just get better and better. Seeing that box on my porch is enough to make my whole week a lot brighter. Then, when I love 2 pieces enough to buy them? My husband asked me why I was so happy! 🙂 Sometimes we just need a pick me up to get us through and this is mine. Try it ladies. It’s so much fun!


I was pretty disappointed in my last fix. I didn’t think anything was really my style. This time around, I asked for the same stylist that styled me for my fix #3 and I ended up with a lot better options. I even kept something this time. YAY! I think I’ll continue to ask for her and we can learn each other together. I’ve read this tip before, but I was waiting to see who I would like. Here’s to a new relationship with Stitch Fix. May it get even better with time.

Keep in mind as you look at the pictures that I was in a real hurry to get these in the mail. I waited until literally the last minute and had to take my pictures “as is.” I’d been working on cleaning out the garage all day, had no makeup on and my hair was pretty awesome as well. You sure get the REAL ME in these ones.

On to the goods.

Le Lis Lavy Lace Sleeve Knit Top $38

Le Lis Lavy Lace Sleeve Knit Top

I’ll start with my favorite and the item I kept. Can I say LOVE this? Well I do. I’m sure you can tell by my face in the pictures. It is so soft and the lace is so pretty. The pictures can never do lace justice. I think this will be my “go to” top all fall and winter. I’m thinking about taking in the sleeves around the armpit, because we all know I hate arm holes that go down to your middle. I can’t decide though… maybe they are growing on me? Nope, it must be the lace taking over my mental capacities.

Renee C Huebert Space Dye Open Cardigan $58

HEM & THREAD Ellen Distressed Detail SweaterI can’t say that I hated this sweater, but I definitely didn’t like it either. It is obviously HUGE. I could probably pull off the slouchy style if I wanted to, but I have no desire to do that. It wasn’t even soft to make up for it’s likeness to a tent. I would like some more neutral tan in my closet though…

41Hawthorn Yasmine French Terry Blazer $78

41Hawthorn Yasmine French Terry Blazer

This is something that I really wanted to love. I almost did. It’s a nice weight for a pretty cold day. I little on the heavier side. It has a nice shape and is knit so it is comfortable. It was a tiny bit too small though and made me look like I have a belly since it bulged open at the midsection. I think I’ll ask for another knit blazer and see what happens.

Le Lis Sibley Twisted Knot Top $44

Le Lis Sibley Twisted Knot Top

I think it’s funny that this top is $44 and the lace top is $38. I guess not a huge price difference, but I’m much more inclined to buy something for $38 than $44. They are from the same designer. I just think if it were me they’d be the other way around… Anyway, I’m pretty sure that I got this because I said the PAPERMOON Fraz Twist Back Knit Top was OK. However, this was my least favorite piece. It adds a lot of bulk to the stomach and the sleeves are yet again, unfitted. I’m also not a fan of heather grey unless it’s glammed up with some sparkle.

Renee C Huebert Space Dye Open Cardigan $58

Renee C Huebert Space Dye Open Cardigan

Wow. Everything in the box was a shade of grey except for the tent sweater. I almost loved this cardigan as well. The material is pretty light, so in spite of being very unfitted, it hugs the figure alright. It is also very soft. Can you tell that’s a selling point for me? I just couldn’t justify $58 for something so plain and not quite perfect. I know I don’t like unfitted, but they keep sending me this type of cardigan because I keep asking for this one. Similar but not quite… I’ll keep asking for it because I really really really love it. Perhaps this is in my DIY future?

All in all, I was much happier with the style choices this time around. I can’t wait to see what next month brings.


So I hinted that I would be doing a Stitch Fix experiment last time and here it is. I’ll admit that I was a little disappointed in the results. I changed all my preferences to “the cheaper the better” and requested in my note to my stylist that they send me the absolute cheapest pieces they had that were still my style. I wanted to see just how affordable Stitch Fix could be. After all, I’ve told everyone that they follow your budget and what you can afford. I got 3 shirts, 1 pair of pants and 1 skirt. $38 was the cheapest item… sigh. I thought they might have some $25 dollar pieces or at least something under $30. Well now we know. Stitch Fix is NOT cheap.

Unlike other sites, I don’t get a lot (or any for that matter) of referrals so I’m paying for the service completely on my own. Why do I continue? It’s fun! I recently came into a small monthly income and this is what I decided to spend it on. It’s fun to anticipate what is coming in the mail. It’s fun to open your box and see all the new colors and patterns. It’s fun to try on clothes that you would probably never have picked out in the store. It’s fun to find something awesome. It’s fun even when you don’t find anything. Guilty pleasures come in all shapes in sizes and mine just happen to be vanilla ice cream and Stitch Fix. I”m not ashamed. 🙂

Onto my 4th fix.

Loveappella Kellyton Mesh Shoulder Top $48

Loveappella Kellyton Mesh Shoulder Top


I appreciated the fact that they finally took me seriously when I said I wanted form fitting tops. I don’t feel like I look great in the trendy stuff going on right now. I actually really liked this top. I think it looked pretty good on me  and was only a tiny bit too tight. The material was SUPER super SUPER soft. So what’s the problem? I don’t need a solid black shirt. I also don’t want a top that I would have to wear something under. Not quite for me. Don’t laugh at my awesome modeling skills.

THML Rancho Sequin Detail Knit Top $48

THML Rancho Sequin Detail Knit Top

I love a little sparkle, or a lot of sparkle. I just don’t like shoulder detail or orangy gold. ‘nough said.

Renee C Melisa Printed Pencil Skirt $48

Renee C Melisa Printed Pencil Skirt

When I pulled this out of the box I thought there is no way that this is going to fit over my hips. It was sooooo tiny. Well, it fit. Still a bit tight though. This was my biggest let down. I love a good pencil skirt, but I don’t like the print. Not even a little bit. I also thought the material was kind of cheap. It was one of those fabrics that when stretched, becomes faded because it’s ribbed. This was a total fail.

INER Kahla Tie-Neck Blouse $44

INER Kahla Tie-Neck Blouse

I actually think this looks pretty good on me… Problem is, I don’t wear sleeveless tops at all. I was really disappointed when this came in my fix. I asked them straight out not to send me anything sleeveless. I know I could wear a cardigan or something, but when I specifically asked them I thought they would respect my wishes.

Gilli Chandler Wide Leg Pant $38

Gilli Chandler Wide Leg Pant

What are these pants!!!! I almost didn’t even try them on because they were so crazy and NOT my style. I ended up loving them. They are soft, stretchy, comfy and… I have nothing to wear with them. Seriously, I have no idea how to style these. I cut off my feet in the pictures because none of the shoes in my closet went with these at all. I’m just not willing to buy a whole new wardrobe for one pair of pants. The pattern is a little too crazy for me anyway. Sad story. This is what I was talking about at the beginning though. Stitch Fix makes you try thing you would absolutely NEVER try on if you were shopping by yourself.

Yay for another fix where I kept nothing. Ha! Like I said, I’m not worried. I love Stitch Fix.

If you are new to Stitch Fix, check out a little bit about it here. I was so excited when I came home from 4th of July traveling and saw my package on the step! There’s nothing like opening a surprise box of clothes just for you. I forgot to take of picture of the loot all together so let’s dive into the individual products.

PAPERMOON Fraz Twist Back Knit Top $48

Fraz Twist Back Knit Top

This was my least favorite item in the box. It has those weird sleeves like the pink shirt in the last box. It was heavier almost sweater material. Not really 100 degree summer approved. It had no shape and stretched out at the bottom. I thought the back was cool, but not exceptional. All in all, underwhelming.


SKIES ARE BLUE Colina Mix Material Knit Top $58

Colina Mix Material Knit Top

I loved the colors and the light soft feel of this shirt. I was still too unfitted for my taste. I don’t like shirts that hang off your chest and go straight down from there. (View second picture…) Does that make sense? Anyway, loved the general style… just not perfect on the fit. 


LOVEAPPELLA Jessie Draped Front Terry Knit Cardigan $64

Jessie Draped Front Terry Knit Cardigan

You might be wondering why I have a sweater/jacket for the middle of summer. Well, I requested a light summer jacket because I’m a jacket wearing fiend, and I wear one all the time. Unfortunately, my go-to is from AE 10 years ago and I look like I’m trying to be a teenager… I need something stylish that I can wear over everything. I love the look of this jacket. It’s very heavy and scratchy though. Not light or everyday at all. Also, the sleeves were almost too short. This is a theme I seem to be running into. I must have ape arms or something. Lol.


LE LIS Irvin Embellished Neckline Blouse $48

Irvin Embellished Neckline Blouse

I have a LOVE/HATE relationship with this top. I LOVE the colors, the jeweled neck detail and the soft flowyness of it. Still too unfitted Sew it up the sided and give it a button up back and it would be great! In fact, I almost bought it to do exactly that. Then I remembered all the altering I’ve been meaning to do in my current closet and decided to tackle that first. I don’t want to pay $48 for something that I have to fix.


TART Zera Lace Bomber Jacket  $108

Zera Lace Bomber Jacket

LACE! This picture makes it hard to tell, but this jacket is ALL lace. It’s a pretty lace too. Why is it so hard to photograph lace detail? This was exactly what I was looking for. Soft and lightweight. Dressy but casual. Lace and more lace. But the length…. I just can’t wear tops that cut off my body. I have a pretty average torso, but I like longer shirts and jackets. That arms were also barely too short. Sigh. Oh and the elephant in the room, the price! Not happening.


It sounds bad that I didn’t buy anything this time around. But really, I almost bought everything in this box to get the 25% discount because I almost love every piece. My Stitch Fix stylist did a great job and everything in my fix closely resembles an item on my Pinterest board. They are getting my style, I’m just super picky about fit. I am going to do an experiment with Stitch Fix next time so stay tuned! I think it will be exciting.


So my first Stitch Fix was a bit of a disappointment. I had prepared myself for it, but I was still crushed when I didn’t like anything in it. I’ve read from a lot of fixers that you have to give them 1 or 2 tries to get your style pinned down. I got a little down about it though and didn’t get as excited for my second fix. Well # 2 came and I like it a whole lot more than the first one! YAY! When I opened the box and saw the colors and lace, I was SOOOOOOOOO happy! I was very specific about what I did and didn’t like in my first fix and they certainly got the message. I asked for warmer softer colors, pinks specifically, more lace, and more attention paid to my Pinterest board. The only thing they didn’t quite get is that I like fitted clothes more than tents… I’ll definitely be fixing that with the next fix and then I think we’ll be pretty close to perfect. Who knows, maybe I’ll love EVERY piece! I can be optimistic right?

I’ve been wondering lately if I really need someone else to do my shopping for me and if it’s really worth it. Well let me tell you something. Yesterday, we were at our local IFA and I found a nice shirt. I know right? IFA shopping? Don’t judge. So I thought I could quickly try it on over my shirt and make sure the fit was ok. I thought, this isn’t shopping. It will be quick and easy. Let’s just say that one shirt later I had 2 screaming babies, the youngest of which had a goose egg on her forhead…  I remembered then why I don’t go shopping at all.

Thank you Stitch Fix for making my life so much easier and more fun! It’s wonderful to be able to have an awesome shopping experience right in your bedroom.

Pip Crew Neck Blouse $64


I loved this when I pulled it out of the box. It has nice lace detail on the bottom and it’s hard to see, but the detail on the bodice is tiny raised dots. I guess that’s what pips are? I loved the cream and the lightweight for summer. I didn’t like the fit. Can you tell if this is long sleeve or 3/4? Well I couldn’t and it looked awful if I tried to just push them up. I also would like it more fitted. From the side I look pregnant. I don’t have to have skin tight clothes, but I’ve worked hard after 2 kids to lose my baby weight and I would like people to see that I have a figure.


Gaelle Crochet Skirt $68


Have I told you how much I like lace? Seriously, it’s an addiction. I’ll add it to anything. This skirt was love at first sight. Then, I put it on… There was just something about the fit that bothered me that I couldn’t put my finger on. I also think the bottom is too jagged and not soft enough for my taste. I’m picky right? Remember though, that I am not supposed to buy anything unless I LOVE LOVE it and would wear it everyday.


Tricia Textured Dot Front-Pocket Blouse $48


This was the only thing in the box that I didn’t really like at all. I didn’t like the color, the baggy fit, the odd sleeves… Sorry. Not for me.


Haiden Distressed Straight Leg Jean $88

3 copy

I have to say that I really do like the denim Stitch Fix sends. I’ve only tried 2 of course, but they seem thicker, good quality and are so stretchy and comfy. These were a little big on me though. I also don’t like holey or cuffed jeans so lesson learned. I’m putting that on my list as well.


Eliana Embellished Detail Dolman Top $54

1 copy

Ahhh… I saved the best for last. This is just me. I love the beaded neckline and the sheer sparkle. It’s hard to tell, but it’s a nice pale peachy pink. It is lightweight, but still feels a little more like fall than summer. I kept it anyway. I LOVE this top! $54 is a little pricey for me. I’m telling them to tone down the prices for my next fix so we’ll see what they come up with.

All in all a HUGE improvement. I almost loved everything, and I was able to put my styling fee towards an item. I think to be worth it, all you really need is one thing you love. I feel like the next fix will be even better. I’ve pinned some new styles and I am excited to see what next month will bring.

If you are on the fence about Stitch Fix let me tell you how I think of it. You might be out $20 on your first fix. I think that’s about as bad as it gets. After that, you put your $20 styling fee towards what you buy. In an average month do you typically go shopping once and buy 1 thing? If you do, you aren’t going to spend any more than you would without Stitch Fix and this is so much easier. The anticipation is fun too. Just give it a try. You can pick your own price point and I don’t think you’ll regret it!

*I do get a commission if you sign up through my link, but I really do believe in this product after only 2 fixes. I know, it surprised me too.

May 2015 Stitch Fix

Yay! It came! If you don’t know what Stitch Fix is, read a little more here. I can say one good thing right off the bat. My package was 4 days early. I was so worried that I hadn’t received a shipment confirmation 7 days before my fix was scheduled. I didn’t think it was going to come. Then, 5 days before my fix date, it shipped. Imagine my surprise when I arrived home early from my Memorial Day weekend and saw it sitting on the porch. So here are the goodies.


Teddy Pleated Henley Top

Terrible right? This top is anything but flattering. I had my baby six months ago thank you very much. I don’t need to look like another one is on the way. The pros? I thought the material was super soft and flowing, which I love in a top.  I also liked the soft color.


Jaxson Skinny Jean

I had high hopes for these pants. When I put them on they were sooooo soft and stretchy. My honey said they made my butt look nice, which is a necessity with jeans. I didn’t really feel like posting THAT picture. The problem is, they were too high of a rise. I selected mid and low rise jeans in my profile. These were covering my belly button. Is that mid rise? Not in my opinion. They look pretty great when I’m standing. When I sit down, however, let’s just say that high rise pants don’t do wonders to the midsection when seated.


Georgini Lace Detail Knit Top

This top was so close to being awesome. I love the lace detail of the arms and the rib-knit of the shirt dressed it down for everyday wearing. The fit wasn’t great for me, but it wasn’t awful either. If it was fall, that might sway me even more, but it’s almost summer and this is not a summer piece. Also, I made a commitment when I decided to try the capsule closet. I will not buy any item of clothing unless I absolutely love it enough to wear it everyday. Sorry, I just don’t LOVE it.


Danielle Long Knot Necklace

Let’s zoom in on the necklace.  In my style profile, I selected classic jewelry as opposed to statement. I think I’ll be switching that for my next shipment if this is what classic gets you. I’m not a fan of the knot detail. I like more glam to my accessories. More sparkle. It was just too plain and didn’t excite me much.


Bellatrix Lace Detail Cardigan

I saved the best for last. This cardigan is super soft and I love the lace, of course. Excuse my face, I can never seem to nail the happy serious face. The color isn’t totally me, I’m more into the blush and cream stuff, but I’d be willing to forgive the color if the fit was perfect. But, again, another top that makes me look 20 lbs heavier than I actually am… sigh.



I know right? I expected the first fix to be a little off, but I am so sad that I couldn’t even find 1 thing to put my $20 styling fee towards. I’m hoping my detailed comments in checkout will help my stylist match me a little better next time. Also, since I didn’t buy anything, I moved my next fix up to 2-3 weeks instead of monthly so I can hopefully make up for this disappointment sooner rather than later. I love that you can change when each fix comes.

Next time I will actually wait until I open the box to find out what is in it. I think the surprise will be more fun. This time around, when my package shipped, I looked up the list of items on Pinterest so I would know generally what was coming. MISTAKE! Wait for it. It’s not worth losing the wow factor of seeing everything for the first time.

The prices were pretty average for clothes. They weren’t bargain by any means, but average. $80 for the pants and $35-$60 I believe for the tops. Prices I’d be willing to pay for something that I absolutely love. I should have written them down for you before I checked out. Next time.

P.S. I’m still working of that sweet sewing tutorial. It should be up this week so don’t think this is just a fashion blog! Have a great week!

I haven’t even received my first “fix” yet and I’ve already been riding the buyers remorse roller-coaster. I have read quite a few articles in the last few days that have said Stitch Fix has huge markups and you can get the same items for much cheaper at department stores. I realize that Stitch Fix is a business and they are in the business of making money, but I’m not about to pay 20 extra bucks every time I buy something. That could add up to a lot of dough that I don’t have.

So I started aimlessly browsing the Stitch Fix website wondering if I should cancel my shipment before it shipped, and I came across this gem right on the FAQ page.

What if I see an item in my Stitch Fix package elsewhere for a lower price?

“If you find an identical product at another online retailer within 7 days of receiving the item, we will match the lower price for you and for future clients receiving that product. Please email us the details of your item as well as a link to the lower-priced item to so our buying team can confirm; if the product is identical, we will match the lower price and credit you the difference. We do our best to ensure that our pricing is competitive and appreciate your help in making sure that this is always true.”

This was enough to stop me from canceling my shipment and I’m now eagerly awaiting my package of goodies.

I am still a little concerned about the prices at Stitch Fix, but there is some reason to believe that you can get good deals from the styling service. Lissa from Shrinking Jeans, for example, tells about an Anthropology blouse that was actually $20 cheaper from Stitch Fix. A girl can hope for the best right?

P.S. I’m working on a pretty neat sewing tutorial for next week. Hope to see you then!

I wanted the very first post of my blog to be something grand. Something different. Something I could share with you that would make your day better. That didn’t really happen. Every time I sat down to write or think about a project for my first post, I got writer’s block. The only thing that is really on my mind lately is changing up my style. Profound right? It made me think of the song, “you can’t always get what you want, but sometimes, you get what you need.” So I guess I need to get this thought out before I can move on. Maybe someone else out there is on this journey too and we can go through it together.

Getting ready in the morning afternoon is something that I always dread. As far as clothing goes, I seem to have a closet full of things that I either never wear or don’t have anything to match. I usually throw on some workout clothes and call it good. If I absolutely have to go out, I slap on the same jeans I wore yesterday and wonder why I even have other clothes in my closet. The capsule closet has been floating around the internet for a while, and I have been interested on and off with the idea. I love the idea of everything in your closet matching everything else so that you can just pull anything out put it on and look awesome. I love the idea of loving/fitting into every single piece in your closet. I love the idea of creating my own personal style. I love the idea of less is more in general. However, the idea of throwing almost everything out, shopping for a whole new wardrobe that meets the criteria above and trying not to break the bank at the same time is something I just can’t wrap my brain around. It seems an insurmountable task.

My first problem is that I don’t have very many clothes that I LOVE. That means I really would have to replace almost everything in my closet. Talk about a huge undertaking. The second problem is that I don’t love to shop, and the mere thought of trying to replace my whole closet in a short period of time makes me want to hide in my closet and cry. I also live in a small town with limited (Walmart and a few boutique stores) shopping resources. Online shopping could be an option in my situation but it also brings me to my last point. TIME. I have two small children and there is no way I would take them on a shopping trip of this magnitude. Knowing me, it would actually take many such trips to accomplish the task. I could get help, but I don’t often ask people to babysit and even having my husband watch the kids for a Saturday gives me anxiety as my youngest is still nursing. Online shopping would be even worse. There are so many pages and pages to browse that I usually give up looking for clothes online after the first hour.

Enter Stitch Fix, another popular topic of the blog world. If you haven’t heard of it, here you go.

Stitch Fix is a monthly subscription box for clothing/accessories. You pay a $20 “styling fee” and they send you 5 pieces. The great thing about the fee is if you buy anything from your shipment, your fee is applied towards your purchase. Of course, if you don’t buy anything, you are out $20. To get started, you fill out a style profile where you can tell Stitch Fix your price point, style preferences and size. Then you link a Pinterest board to your profile and ta-da! You are ready to receive you first “fix“.

I plan to use Stitch Fix to add pieces I love to my wardrobe. As I gradually get new things, I will be throwing out/donating the old. 3 articles of clothing gone for every 1 bought, to be precise. Hopefully, I will soon phase out the old me and phase in the new stylish, put together me. I’m excited to start this journey because as Unfancy says, “A capsule wardrobe represents more time and energy for what really matters (less time spent deciding what to wear / less time spent shopping / less time doing laundry or caring for clothes) more money for our dreams + helping others (less money spent on clothes that never get worn) and more contentment and happiness.”

My fix is scheduled for May 26th. I’ll let you know how it goes!


*If you do end up signing up for Stitch Fix through my link, I get a credit towards my next purchase. That doesn’t mean I won’t be brutally honest about my experience for your benefit.