I think it’s safe to say that I have a shopping problem. Well, it’s not as much a problem as it is a healthy obsession, which works out in my favor because I can write about it. Though working a full-time job doesn’t leave a lot of free time in my schedule to actually make it to the mall. So, a while back, I decided to try Stitch Fix. I love the clothes they send, the budget is flexible, and the personalized notes from my stylist always make my day!
This is the cold shoulder top my stylist picked for my most recent fix!
Back in May, I mentioned Stitch Fix as one of my favorite subscription boxes. All that I previously mentioned still rings true, but there’s more. In my first fix, I received a suede jacket which I noticed had a hole in it before I got a chance to wear it. I immediately reached out to Stitch Fix, and their customer service was amazing. They replied promptly and replaced my jacket!
For my second box, I emailed back and forth with a stylist leading up to my fix. She asked me about the trends I’m currently loving, took a look at my social media profiles, and asked me if there’s anything specific that I’m looking to add into my wardrobe. The message that I sent to my stylist was,
I’ve been thinking of adding some more statement tops and fun dresses to my wardrobe that good for transitioning from a casual work environment to weekend fun. I’ve been loving off the shoulder tops and clothes with embroidered detailing. I’ve been pinning a lot of style inspo lately, too! Definitely adding more fun, feminine, and trendy pieces to my wardrobe this summer.
My stylist really listened to what I said and took it into consideration when selecting pieces for my fix. She selected, an off the shoulder dress, a cold shoulder dress, a cold shoulder top, a tank with embroidery (one similar to a top she saw on my Pinterest!), and a fun, detailed tank – seriously, she got it all!
This dress is from my latest fix, and the bag is from my first!
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p.s. This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.