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My relationship with Stitch Fix has been on again/off again these 3.5 years(!), but today's fix reminded me of how awesome the service is when a stylist really listens to and gets you. The semester snuck up on me, and I hadn't prioritized shopping. I asked my stylist to send a few work appropriate dresses and bonus points if it'd be a dress I could wear going out too. I was thrilled to see that my stylist, Christina, sent an all dress fix, especially considering last time my main priority had been finding an anniversary dinner dress and that stylist had only sent one option (which wasn't even very dressy!) It feels good when you feel the stylist read the note.
Up first was the Skies are Blue Breann Dress:
This dress is navy blue (not sure if you can), and I thought the cut was flattering. I love that it's work appropriate but also has fun back detailing so I could put up my hair and wear it out on a weekend too.
Up next was the Renee C Gianna Eyelet Knit Aline Dress:
This is a basic black dress, but it has cute eyelet detail (hard to see in the photo). The main reason this is a keeper? It's perfect for teaching and comfortable. Also a keeper!
Up next, the 41Hawthorn Renesme Geo Cube Jersey Faux Wrap Dress (that's a long name!):
I love this dress. The color is a maroon, which I don't have much of. Again, it's very comfortable and very work appropriate. It reminds me of another Stitch Fix dress that I wear all the time. I like the belt too. Another keeper!
Up next, the 41Hawthorn Sugar Dot Print Dress:
I was so happy when I saw this navy blue dress with white dots. It's right up my alley. Also something I'd wear to work or for going out. A fourth keep!
The pressure was on for the last dress out of the box, the 41Hawthorn Asher Zipper Detail Knit Dress:
This was the dress most outside of my comfort zone because of the louder print (something about it just says Texas lady, right?) And while it's not my favorite of the dress, I couldn't deny that it was comfortable and not unflattering. Plus, with a "keep all" 25% discount, it'd be literally free.
I didn't think too hard about this one, I kept it all. I even had a credit, so I paid $50 a dress (plus tax) when it was all said and done, which I think is a decent deal.
Thanks to Christina, I didn't have to spend time shopping (I know some people love it, but I don't!), and I have a few new things to wear to work. It was convenient, didn't cost a fortune, and definitely saved me a trip to the mall. I'm a happy customer!
Happy hump day everyone. We're on the downward slide towards the weekend.