Ok, so I was so excited to get my 2nd Stitch Fix. I requested jackets, especially cool/hip/trendy ones like all the girls wear on Vampire Diaries. They’re always so cute, and they can be layered with everything.
Something like this…
I also reiterated the fact that sleeveless button-down tank shirts do me no favors. Having said that, I’ll show you what was in this fix.
What can I say? I don’t like sleeveless button-down tank shirts. Enough said.
I think this was supposed to fit the jacket I had requested. I feel like I’m being negative here, but this piece literally triggered my gag reflex. Just not me.
At this point this exercise of documenting this shipment for the blog was just getting sad. I mean, a cat shirt? I did J. Crew’s cute little hens on a silk shirt in the fall, but a sheer, three-quarter blousy sleeve with built-in cami is not cool. Not cool at all.
This is a shirt that I actually had high hopes for when I unpacked it. Love the color combo and the pleating. However, this is a miss for me, mostly I think, because I’m short AND curvy. It doesn’t do me any favors with the draping or the length.
This scarf is an item that I actually requested. I just don’t think I love it enough to keep it, and to be honest, I feel like this delivery is a little tainted. I also think that I like scarves with pops of color, and this one is a little too dark.
So, sorry to be a Debbie Downer, but I’m just not feeling this Stitch Fix.
So, after this, I’m not as enthusiastic to get my next fix. I’m going to be thinking about it. This could be a situation where the majority of the clothing that Stitch Fix purchases is really meant for people taller than me.
Hope you enjoyed this review!