Last week was the worst! Only work-wise but still, it was terrible. One silver lining…I got my March Stitch Fix (<– referral link) package on your front door step! I have been loving my fixes lately and was excited to see what my March Stitch Fix had in store.
New to Stitch Fix? Here is a quick breakdown:
- Sign up online and fill out your style profile. This can be updated at any time.
- Receive your fix in the mail for a $20 styling fee.
- Keep what you want. Return what you don’t want. Your $20 style fee will be discounted from whatever you decide to keep when you checkout online.
It’s so easy and fun and I love getting packages so there is that too. I honestly have not purchased any new clothes (aside from workout gear) thanks to my fixes. I plan to keep them coming as long as I can. That said, here is what I got this month.
March Stitch Fix
Florence Colorblocked Dress by Pixley – $68
I liked this dress before I put it on. It was too big and just over all unflattering. There was just too much fabric for my frame. I should leave better dress notes for my stylist. I need them to be short and sweet.
Moni Geo Print & Camisole Blouse by 41Hawthorn – $58
I went back and forth on this top. I loved the vibrant color and the cute detail but something about it just wasn’t right. Maybe it was the near $60 price tag. Too much for this particular shirt and this particular girl.
Colibri Bird PrintTab-Sleeve Blouse by Pixley – $48
How cute are these little birds? I actually have a scarf with this same print that I receive in a fix back in October or November. I loved the springy color of this top but it was gigantic on me. I could ALMOST belt it and wear it as a dress. This was a like, not a love.
Akoi Faux Leather Jacket by RD Style – $108
My little heart loved this jacket. LOVED IT! Except it was over $100 and I already have a faux leather jacket in this exact same color.
With regrets – RETURN
Elle Woven Clutch by Urban Expressions – $38
The first thing I did when I pulled this little navy clutch out of my fix was to rip the tags off and put stuff in it. I’ve been dying for a neural or springy colored clutch since getting a fall-colored in my January fix. It is the perfect size and has the same look and feel as a bag I got back in August that I still use as my everyday bag.
Although I only kept one thing this month, I really liked everything. I am just poor right now thanks to buying a house and getting married. Once I finally win the lotto and/or become independently wealthy, I will keep all things in my Stitch Fix boxes. Until, I will just complain about being poor.
Question: Should I have kept the cute jacket? I am kicking myself a little for not breaking the bank to pay for it.