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My fix this time was SO MUCH BETTER than last time. My stylist was Suzanne, and I really appreciate that she stuck more to my price range than past fixes have, with all my items falling in the $34-$58 price range.
Up first was the Edmond Chevron Print Henley Shirt:
Next was the Kahlo Embroidered Racerback Tank:
I had pinned this in black and yellow, a combination I think I prefer to blue and white, but blue is also nice. This is a size small, but as you can see, there is a lot of material to it and it is flowy. Brendan said he like it, but we both wondered does it look sort of maternity-ish? The back is racerback. Obviously, if I wore this out, I would use a bra strap converter.
Third, was the Ellington Raglan Striped Shirt:
I really liked this shirt because it is made of a sweatshirt like material. I think it would be good for traveling to wear with jeans or pulled over other clothes. My gut instinct says "keep it."
I'm more conflicted about the next item, the Addison Striped Cardigan. When I pulled it out of the box, I loved the color and material, but the shape of it is strange. I can't figure out, am I supposed to tie it?
Or just let it hang:
I'm not usually into the half or 3/4 sleeve look, but I noticed most of my pieces in this fix have unusual sleeve lengths, and I didn't particularly mind. These are things I probably would have never tried on in the store, but that is part of the fun of Stitch Fix.
My last piece was a maxi skirt, a style I would never try on my own:
Eh---I liked it better as a dress:
But I don't think the color looks good with my complexion.
My gut instinct says "send it back."
So, if you were me, what would you keep, and what would you send back? Help quickly please!
UPDATE: I kept the Chevron top #1 and the Raglan top #3. Thanks for your help!