When my AEA moms started talking about StitchFix my interest piqued. A stylist service? Just for me? Not some automated trashy shoe service? This sounds fun. So, with a hint of skeptism I filled out the profile. I got excited when it asked if I was a mother, and on occupation it listed homemaker (gasp). At the bottom it had a place to write a note to my stylist and I let them know that I was looking for items I could breastfeed in.
So, here's what came in my box:
2 tops, a canvas tote, mint maxi dress and a black and oatmeal diagonal stripped maxi skirt.
Not pictured is my favorite part of the box - "style cards" that picture both a casual and a dressy way to style each item. EXACTLY what I need. If I would have kept all 5 items they would have averaged 39.5/item (including tax, 25% off discount and $20 styling fee)
I really, really love the two tops. The one with the pink accents is more of a lightweight cardigan. I wore it today for our picnic at the park with a nursing cami underneath, and those sweet buttons popped right open when I went to nurse Reagan. But it worked great and was super cute on.
I wasn't a fan of the tote. It's cute, I'm just over flowing with bags around here and it was too deep for my taste.
I really liked the dress, I actually own 3 very similar to it, but the independent price rage was $78 and I had a hard time justifying it.
The maxi skirt was cute, but I felt kinda meh about it. I didn't have to have it so I passed.
Here's what I wore today
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