I am a little behind on my Stitch Fix posts ( and blog posts in general) so you may be lucky enough to get two Stitch Fix posts in one week!
The great colors were the first thing I noticed when I opened this box. I pulled out these teal cropped jeans and while I loved the color I was not super optimistic about them fitting well because pants and I are just not the best of friends. My fears were justified and they didn't fit well so back they went.
This shirt was cute and would have been cute with a pair of shorts but the way it was so flowey at the bottom made it so I couldn't tuck it into a pencil skirt to wear to work. I decided it was not special enough to keep so it went back too.
This dress was super cute but the first thing I thought when I pulled it out of the box was ooooh I think that is going to be a little short. The top of the dress fit great but I needed another couple of inches in the skirt to make it appropriate to wear without leggings. I even checked the item description in the box to make sure it wasn't meant to be a tunic but it said dress.
I loved the pattern of this dress it was immediately obvious that this dress was long enough to wear for all sorts of occasions so I was excited to try it on. The faux wrap to ended up laying all kinds of funny on my chest so this too had to be sent back.
This last piece also had some great colors and a few unique features. As you can see by the not so good picture of me wearing it I ended up keeping this shirt. From the front it looks like a fairly standard sleeveless blouse with a fairly high slightly scooped neck. The back is where it gets interesting so that I what I was trying to take a picture of. It had a split back that looks super cute with shorts but is also long enough that I can tuck it into a pencil skirt at work and have it look like a regular blouse.
Come back later in the week to see what I got in my next box and in the meantime if you want your own fee free to use this link and happy shopping!