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Bring on Spring with my March Stitch Fix! For this fix, I specifically asked for tees and tanks that reflect the lightness and warmth of Spring. Living in Northern California, a t-shirt and jeans is what I'm wearing 85% of the time, even in the winter months, so its only fitting to make sure I have plenty warm-weather tops on hand. This Fix did not disappoint, even if I didn't end up keeping all the pieces.
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Onto the pieces that I received in my March Stitch Fix Box:
Toronto Bicycle Print Split Neck Top - Fun2Fun ($48)
Why yes, those are tiny bikes on this shirt! What a wonderful way to pay homage to this fantastic spring weather we've been having (for the past 3 months!) I didn't think I would like this top out of the box, but of course I had to try it on. Turns out, I love it! I paired it with the dark purple chinos I got in my January box, but I could have easily paired it with shorts or jeans.
Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan - 41Hawthorn ($48)
First off, I love coral! It's just one of those bright colors that look good against my pale skin. Fun fact: I wore coral dress for my high school prom (both times). This lightweight cardigan is perfect for layering over tops when the weather gets a little breezy, and it compliments a lot of colors already in my wardrobe.
Tyson Split Neck Blouse - Renee C ($44)
Taking this blouse out of the box, I really liked it! The colors we bright and vibrant, and the neckline was intriguing! I didn't like that the fabric didn't line up along the seam down the front of the top, or the vertical band went right around the widest part of me. I didn't find the top flattering to my figure, so returned.
Edmondo Stud Detailed Split-Back Blouse - Renee C ($38)
I had seen this top through a Stitch Fix blog post and fell in love with it. I was so excited to see it in my box, because I specifically requested it in my note to my stylist. I love the fact that my stylist sent me the top in such a beautiful cobalt color. Of course, I was so excited, until I tried it on and couldn't fit it over my chest (Big Boobs Problem #32), so unfortunately, it was a return.
Azurre Lace Overlay Blouse - BRIXON IVY ($68)
I was a bundle of mixed emotions over this shirt. I wanted to like it, but at the same time, I wanted to hate it. I paired it with jeans that were similar to the skinny jeans I got in my February Fix to mix it up. I couldn't decide whether or not the lace overlay made me look larger or smaller than I am. I was surprised about how much positive feedback I got when I reached out on Instagram and Facebook, but I couldn't justify spending $68 for a top I wasn't completely in love with, so I returned it.
I want to thank my stylist Danise for creating another amazing fix for me and introducing me to new styles that dare to broaden my limited fashion horizons. With each Stitch Fix box, you get fashion fix customized for you, from real stylists that take the time to learn your likes. I will continue to receive boxes on a monthly basis, because who doesn't love new clothes without actually having to shop for them?
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