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Stitch Fix Recap #29

March 3, 2017

Y’all, I need your help. I stood in the granola/protein bar section of the grocery store for almost 20 minutes yesterday looking for something relatively healthy that would meet any dessert cravings I have. You see, most of the potential candidates carry an allergy warning or legitimately contain nuts.  I ended up leaving empty handed and still craving something sweet.  What’s your go-to nut-free healthy(ish) dessert?

While y’all ponder that very specific (and totally odd request), I will ramble on about my last Stitch Fix! I apologize in advance for the small screenshots. I got my box during a very rare stretch of bad weather last month and couldn’t take my own photos.

In all likelihood, I probably could have been talked into keeping everything they sent, but I’m trying to be more selective, so I made some hard cuts.

Item #1: Bay to Baubles Leila Reversible Station Necklace. This necklace was super pretty and ordinarily something I would have kept, but the timing wasn’t right. I wear my husband’s wedding ring as a necklace every time he deploys and don’t switch it out until he gets home. No need for necklaces means no necklace purchases.

Item #2: Papermoon Pompeii Tulip Sleeve Blouse.  I really wanted to like this shirt because the color was so different from everything else in my closet.  I loved the material and knew that I could a lot of use out of it, but when I tried it on, I wasn’t a fan. The tulip sleeves hit my arms in a funky spot and it wasn’t flattering. Back it went!

Item #3: Liverpool Anita Skinny Pant. I kept these bad boys and am so happy that I did! They are the perfect length and fit just right! Plus they’re thick enough to wear to work, but cute enough to rock on a date night.

Item #4: Renee C Addae Textured Knit Dress. This was a really cute dress and I really liked the material. However, I had a similar issue with these sleeves as I did with the top earlier. Plus this particular cut can make me look like a 12 year old and I just wasn’t feeling it.

Item #5: 41Hawthorn Karlstad Textured Moto Jacket. This was a bit of a splurge for me, but it was so dang cute that I couldn’t pass it up. It will be perfect to wear to work when I need to dress up a bit, provided I can keep from spilling my lunch on it.

Should I have kept anything I didn’t? What would you have kept?

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Stitch Fix Recap #28

February 3, 2017

Happy Friday, everyone! This week was a long one and I am so ready for the weekend. I have some big things planned for the shop in February and am getting started tomorrow. Plus Ruger has a nail and bath appointment tomorrow so hurray for nice smelling dogs! I’m kicking off the weekend on a high note with one of my favorite Stitch Fixes to date!

Item #1: Colette Chavez Pop Color Cuff Knit Top. I wasn’t too sure about this one at first because I don’t normally like myself in horizontal stripes. But the material was so incredibly soft that I took a chance and kept it. After having worn it a few times. I am so glad I kept it! It’s actually super flattering and super comfortable.

Item #2: Crescent Cielia Textured Knit Dress. This dress is very similar to one I kept a few months ago, but the pattern was too adorable to pass up! The fit and flare style is one that I like wearing and I know I’ll get a lot of wear out of this, especially as the weather warms up.

Item #3: Kut from the Kloth Simmons Bootcut Jean. I am officially a huge fan of Kut from the Kloth jeans. This is probably my second or third pair and each one fits like a dream. Plus they come in petite sizes so they’re the perfect length! If you get a Stitch Fix and they send you these jeans, keep them. I did!

Item #4: Urban Expressions Moira Zip Top Tote. I am not normally an accessories kind of girl, but this bag was just too cute to send back. I love the envelope pocket on the front and the bag has tons of room in it. Plus it’s so soft!

Item #5: Market & Spruce Barona Brushed Knit Open Cardigan. North Carolina winters require layering because it can start out below freezing and end up being above 70 by the end of the day. This lightweight cardigan is perfect for that crazy weather and I am so happy that I kept it.

Yes, that’s right. I kept everything in the box and have no regrets!

What do you have planned for this weekend?

P.S. If you’d like to try Stitch Fix, I’d love it if you used my referral link!

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Stitch Fix Recap #27

January 6, 2017

Happy Friday, everyone! I’m enjoying my last day of vacation before heading back to work on Monday. This last week has been fantastic and I have so many great things coming your way, both here on the blog and in my shop. But while I wrap up a few final details, I’m sharing my most recent Stitch Fix!

This box was a tough one for me as there were a lot of pieces I really liked and likely would have purchased if they’d been less expensive. But with Christmas spending, I couldn’t justify keeping everything I loved so I had to make some tough choices.

Item #1: Lysse Sunnie Sueded Legging. This was an easy choice for me, essentially the only one in the box. I am normally a fan of leggings, but these had the weirdest fake suede texture and were just not for me. I sent them back and haven’t had any second thoughts about it.

Item #2: 41Hawthorn Lizzy Colorblock Striped Sweater. I really liked this sweater and it was so insanely soft that I debated keeping it for quite a while. But the fit was a bit off and the price was higher than I wanted to spend so I sent it back. Luckily, NC weather hasn’t been cold enough for me to regret it, yet.

Item #3: Gilli Kamile Knit Dress. I really loved the color of this dress. I don’t own anything in this color and that almost got me to keep it. But the cut wasn’t the most flattering and it wasn’t really good for winter weather, even NC’s relatively balmy winter weather. I sent it back, but may regret it come spring time.

Item #4: Market & Spruce Anella Puffer Vest. Ugh. This vest. I loved it and wanted to keep it so badly. But I have this love-hate relationship with puffer vests. As in, I love them on other people, but hate them on me. Sadly, I knew I would likely never wear this vest and (realistically) sent it back.


Item #5: RD Style Jana Poncho Pullover. Spoiler: this is the only item I kept and I am so happy I did! I’ve worn it multiple times and know it will be a wardrobe staple in the months to come. It’s essentially a sweatshirt I can get away with wearing at work. Super comfy and cozy!

Do you think I made the right choices? Would you have kept anything I sent back? If you’d like to try Stitch Fix, I’d love it if you used my referral link!

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Stitch Fix Recap #26

December 7, 2016

Happy hump day! Is it just me or do weeks around the holidays seem to fly by, but the actual days drag on and on? I swear it’s been Wednesday for 3 weeks already. But then I look and there are less than 20 days until Christmas and I panic a little bit. Maybe I’ll start a new tradition and give gifts on New Years Eve instead. #masterprocrastinator

If only everyone was as easy to purchase for as I am, especially when Stitch Fix is involved. This month’s box was fantastic and I definitely gave myself an early Christmas present, or five.


Item #1: Renee C Salcedo Split Back Blouse. I wasn’t so sure about this top, but kept it because my “buy 5” discount made it almost free. After having worn it once or twice, I’m really glad I kept it! It’s ok for North Carolina falls when paired with a cardigan and can transition easily to summer time. I’ll definitely get use out of this one.


Item #2: Papermoon Bristol Textured Knit Dress. I put this dress on and immediately did a spin and that’s how I knew I needed to own it. It’s a bit on the shorter side so I have to wear tights or leggings if I choose to wear it to work, but it’s so stinking cute. That plus the color made it an easy keeper.


Item #3: Market & Spruce Dollie Tie Back Neck Knit Top. This one was a no brainer for me. I knew as soon as I took it out of the box that I wanted to keep it. And with a back like that, how could I not?! The sweater is super soft and has a really loose shape that makes it perfect for the holidays (and all the cookies that go with them). I do wear this with a camisole underneath because the keyhole is a bit low in the back.


Item #4: Le Lis Adler Floral Button-Up Cardigan. When I first saw this, I thought it was a little bit of an old lady print, but when I tried it on, I realized that it was really cute! Mixed with a fun colored shirt or a cute dress and I love this cardigan.


Item #5: Kut from the Kloth Cai Bootcut Jean. When Stitch Fix gets jeans right, boy do they get them right. These fit incredibly well, are the perfect length and are my favorite wash. I’ve worn them so many times and am very happy with my purchase.

Have you treated yourself lately? Share how in the comments!

And if you’d like to try Stitch Fix, I’d love it if you used my referral link!

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Stitch Fix Recap #25

November 2, 2016

Ain’t no party like a Stitch Fix because a Stitch Fix party don’t stop.

I’m sorry. That was embarrassing for all of us, but mainly me because I wrote it. Well you had to read it, so we’re tied.

I get really excited for my Stitch Fix to come all year long, but especially in the fall because seasonal clothes really get me in the mood for all the fun fall things. Of course, it’s still 80+ degrees here, but eventually it will be cool enough to rock some of the cute fall clothes I got in this month’s box!


Item #1: Donna Morgan Marlow Jersey Shirt Dress. I kept a very similar dress a few months ago and wasn’t in love with the colors of this one, so I didn’t have any issue sending it back.


Item #2: 41Hawthorn Ashleigh Lace Sleeve Pullover. This is one of the softest sweaters I’ve ever tried on and knew that I had to keep it!


Item #3: Evolution by Cyrus Leesa Hooded Cardigan. This cardigan was super soft and I loved the hood, but the price tag was just too high for me to keep, but I’m keeping an eye out for something similar.


Item #4: Just Black Dolce Bootcut Jean. These jeans were ok, but nothing special, so I chose to send them back.


Item #5: Lucky Brand Yamina Wedge Bootie. Alright so sneaky confession about these boots. I loved them, but couldn’t justify the almost $150 price tag. So I got on the interwebs and found them (in a different color) for almost $60 less! That was too good a deal to pass up.