Living Box to Box

Living Box to Box

Friday, July 22, 2016

Stitch Fix #16: July 2016

This is fix number 16 for me and I had asked Kristen for some date night pieces. I was looking for some form fitting, sexy, cleavage showing type items.


Pixley Reynalda Corset Blouse - I love the color of this blouse. Kristen suggested pairing it with the Walt Skirt and I think they look pretty good together.

BRIXON IVY Cristen Shirt Dress - When I pulled this out of the box I just loved it. I love the cut but wasn't a big fan of the print. When I tried it on I was a bit undecided. My husband said it looked like a house coat :( I was on the fence with this one all the way till I checked out.

BRIXON IVY Ekland Lace Top  - I was pretty unsure about this top. I liked it after trying it on but just wasn't sure how often I would reach for it. Kristen suggested pairing it with my Warp + Weft Chloe Slim Straight Leg Jeans from fix #14. I think it would be a great top to throw on and go and still look like I put some effort into getting ready.

41Hawthorn Walt Skirt - I really liked this. I was a little worried about how high the waist is and how long it is on me but after pairing it with my Market & Spruce Jenson Embroidery Detail Top from fix #12 I really loved it! I think it will be a great basic/staple to pair with multiple pieces.

41Hawthorn Selfridge Cowl Neck Knit Top - Im really not a big fan of cowl neck items but I just love this. I love how it fits, I love the color, I just love it. I think this is my favorite piece from this whole fix. Now I cant wait for cooler weather to wear it.

The Breakdown if you’re following along, here is what I decided to keep from my July Stitch Fix shipment: Reynalda Corset Blouse from Pixley -- RETURN, Cristen Shirt Dress from BRIXON IVY  -- RETURN, Ekland Lace Top from BRIXON IVY -- RETURN,  Walt Skirt from S41Hawthorn -- KEEP, Selfridge Cowl Neck Knit Top from 41Hawthorn -- KEEP

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