It’s already time for another Stitch Fix review! While it’s usually my favorite piece of mail each month by far, I’m disappointed that this month it was a complete miss. As in, I kept nothing. For the first time in 7 “fixes.” But since I always share my reviews on the blog (check out my previous ones here), I’m going to show the items I received anyway.
For my seventh Fix, I requested a solid colored pair of Margaret M Pants (I received a black pair a few boxes back and am obsessed), and a dress for my youngest sister’s communion which took place over the weekend. Here’s what I got:
Fate Elyse Striped Sheer Sleeveless Top ($48)
I wasn’t sure how the sheer sleeveless top would work out, but it seemed like a possible option since the material was so lightweight, but unfortunately it didn’t work out. It bunched a bit at my hips and I wasn’t able to comfortably pull the shirt down at the bottom.
Andrew Marc Avis Cotton Dress ($98)
This cotton dress was one of the options sent for the communion request. This seemed way too casual for the event, and kind of reminded me of something that would be worn to a tennis match. I’m not a big fan of the color orange on me and paired with other neutral colors, I thought this was a pretty boring (and overpriced) dress to keep, regardless of the occasion.
Pink Martini Seneca Dress ($74)
This was the only item I even sort of considered keeping. It was the best option to wear to the communion, but I didn’t love it and couldn’t justify spending $74 on a dress that I didn’t love.
Margaret M Emer Printed Cropped Straight Leg Pant ($98)
As mentioned earlier, I requested the Margaret M pants in a solid color. The note from my stylist mentioned that they didn’t have the solid color in stock, and instead sent me this patterned pant. While the fit worked (just like my black pair), the pattern wasn’t doing it for me. I’m not one for crazy pants, and definitely not for almost $100!
Fate Macwell Drape Front Cardigan ($38)
This cardigan was my least favorite item in my fix. It seemed more like a cover up for the beach/pool than a cardi that I’d wear anywhere nice. I was so nervous I’d rip it too! The material didn’t seem very strong at all.
That said, I’ve pinned quite a few items to my Style board for my stylist to check out, so hopefully she’ll get a better feel for my summer style next time around!
Did you get a Stitch Fix this month? How did yours work out?