Stitch Fix Patterns

Stitch Fix #9

For this Stitch Fix I requested clothes for our upcoming trip to Thailand. I let my stylist know that I would need lightweight breathable fabrics and modest clothes for my trip. I also gave my stylist an additional note that you are required to cover your shoulders and knees inside temples in Thailand. Let’s see what I got!

Immediately I was so excited for all the fun prints that were in this months box!



MARKET & SPRUCE – Jenice Tulip Sleeve Knit Top – $44

The first thing I tried on was this skirt with a skirt that I already have. It looked so cute with the front tucked in and the back left untucked! I love the length of this shirt, the softness of the fabric, and the detail of the slit at the top of the sleeve! This was definitely a keeper for me even though I already have about 4 gray shirts,



COLLECTIVE CONCEPTS – Katelynn Dress – $78

This dress is my absolute favorite thing in the box and I would buy it in every color! I will absolutely be taking this dress to Thailand. The length and the cut are so flattering and it is also a great work dress! I wore it to work and in the first 10 minutes I had already gotten tons of compliments! Such a versatile dress!! Kept!



RENEE C – Kaitlyn Maxi Skirt – $58

This was probably my least favorite thing I got in this fix. I’m not a huge fan of orange so the pattern already wasn’t a win for me. Then when I tried it on it was very unflattering on me. This was not a win for me, but that is ok, returned it.



LOVEAPPELLA – Daria Knit Maxi Dress – $74

I loved this pattern, it was so pretty! Sadly the rest of the dress was not as fantastic, the fabric was really heavy so would be really hot to wear in the summer in Houston and especially in Thailand. It also was not an ideal cut for me because it was tightest on my ribs which I don’t think is very flattering for me. Sad but returned.



GILLI – Ryland 2fer Maxi Dress – $78

I loved this dress and it would have been perfect for temples in Thailand since it covered both my knees and my shoulders! The skirt fabric was light and flowy and had a modest slit in it which would be great for staying cool. The problems I had with it was that it really wasn’t flattering on me and it was a bit too long so I would have needed to get it hemmed. Oh well, Returned.


So happy with the things I kept from this Stitch Fix and can’t wait to get another one!


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