And just like that—it’s time to show off my second “fix” with Stitch Fix.
Time flies when you are counting down the days to new clothing.
You may recall when I recapped my first “fix” here. You may want to start there if you have absolutely no clue what I am talking about when I say words like “stitch” and “fix”. Although you most likely never really have any clue what I am talking about in my posts so never mind. Just stay here.
I don’t know what it is, but there is just something so fascinating about being shipped a box that I have NO idea what’s inside. My attitude may change on this if I start opening explosives, but until that time, I will keep delighting in these secret treasures.
Before we begin, several of you have asked questions about how Stitch Fix works and all of that—if you do have a question please leave it below in the comment section and I will respond back right there so that everybody can see the answer. Deal?
Now let’s continue.
First item up for bid was this color block cardigan comprising of all colors orange, grey, and white. My husband thought it needed “one less color” as three must be just absolutely crazy, however I disagree. The more color the better…that’s what I say.
Next up was this pretty little mint horse bit bracelet. I really don’t know what horse bit means but that’s what the tag told me so I went with it. Regardless it has mint on it and you should know my love for mint right now. It’s basically more than the love I have for my husband. I mean that’s a joke.
The third item was this peter pan collared hi-low dress. I wasn’t sure how I felt about dressing up as the pan man while getting high and low at the same time, however the color spoke to my heart.
Next up were these polka dot skinny cropped jeans. My five favorite words all rolled into one…need I say more?
And last but not least was this black lace backed doo dad. Also known as a shirt. I will say I thought it looked better in person than it does in these pictures. Then again pictures speak honestly so maybe I am the one lying to myself here.
There we have it. My second official fix.
Here’s where the challenge comes into play. I kept three out of the five items this time.
Tell me which three I kept.
If you guess all 3 correctly I will send you a box of macaroni and cheese.
And no, I’m not kidding.
The post office is going to HATE me next week.
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