Truly Yours, A.: Stitch Fix #2

Stitch Fix #2

A review of my second Stitch Fix clothing subscription box featuring items from Skies are Blue, Brixon Ivy,and Market & Spruce.

As you guys know I was head-over-heels for my last Stitch Fix. Every piece was amazing and it was so hard to send almost everything back. I still plan on showing off the awesome dress that I did keep so keep your eyes peeled to the blog for that. For my most recent Stitch Fix I asked my stylist to send me a few yellow pieces that I could wear to my Kendra Scott interview. Boy, did she deliver! She sent a couple unique pieces that would make an impression at any interview. I didn't actually end up wearing any of the pieces from my Stitch Fix to the interview and I still managed to get the job. I'm so excited to be part of the Kendra Scott family! Keep reading to see what I got in my Stitch Fix and my thoughts.


SKIES ARE BLUE GARRICK BUTTON DOWN TOP

A review of my second Stitch Fix clothing subscription featuring the Skies are Blue Garrick Button Down top and Market & Spruce Bobbie printed skirt.
I'm not a huge fan of button up tops because they never fit right across the chest area. This Skies are Blue button up top is no exception. I liked the pop of pattern on the inside of the sleeves and collar, but this shirt was nothing special. Verdict: going back.

MARKET & SPRUCE BOBBIE PRINTED SKIRT

A review of my second Stitch Fix clothing subscription box featuring a Market & Spruce Bobbie Printed Skirt.
I was definitely not expecting this skirt when I asked for interview wear. The palm leaf print is right on trend for this spring and summer, but that was the only thing I liked about this skirt. The frayed edges felt a little too much like weekend wear. The photos are misrepresenting the color quite a bit; the skirt is more of a muted mustard yellow with khaki palm print. It actually grew on me the more I looked at it and wore it. I would have considered keeping it if it wasn't too small. Verdict: going back.

BRIXON IVY LEX TEXTURED KNIT DRESS

A review of my second Stitch Fix clothing subscription box featuring a Brixon Ivy Lex Textured Knit Dress.
This dress was an immediate no from me. The color is more of a neon yellow with a light gray print which is suitable for no interview or workplace ever, in my opinion. Also the fabric was super thick and felt sweater-like. I did like the cut of the dress, but that was about it. Verdict: going back.

BRIXON IVY JARRED LACE DETAIL CAP-SLEEVE BLOUSE

A review of my second Stitch Fix clothing subscription box featuring a Brixon Ivy Jarred Lace Detail Cap Sleeve Blouse.

A review of my second Stitch Fix clothing subscription box featuring a Brixon Ivy Jarred Lace Detail Cap Sleeve Blouse.
I actually liked this top. The color is unlike anything I have my closet and it would actually go with all of my business casual attire. However the lace detail was a little too revealing and I didn't like the frayed edges on the sleeves. The fabric was a little weird and didn't feel breathable enough for the weather we've been having. Verdict: going back.

BRIXON IVY ALYSSA PRINTED PENCIL SKIRT

A review of my second Stitch Fix clothing subscription box featuring a Brixon Ivy Alyssa Printed Pencil Skirt.

A review of my second Stitch Fix clothing subscription box featuring a Brixon Ivy Alyssa Printed Pencil Skirt.

My initial reaction to this skirt was utter disgust - the fabric was thicker than my winter sweaters and had a weird texture and the pencil silhouette looks terrible on me. As I looked through these photos it actually grew on me a little bit. It would be cute as a date night piece with a black cami and heels! Verdict: going back.


I'm not going to call this the worst Stitch Fix I've ever gotten, but that's technically true because I've only received two. I'm sure each piece has good qualities, I just couldn't find any. I honestly couldn't wait to send this Fix back and I'm a little hesitant about the next one. If you're interested in having hand-picked fashion sent to your door every month, click the banner above to get started! You can leave your stylist notes about what pieces you want or trends you would like to try. Now you can have your own personal stylist!

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