Another perfect tee this navy and white-striped top would be perfect for summer…but, I have already purchased 2 tops almost identical to this through Stitch Fix. I loved that it fit, which gives me hope for the success of future fixes, but it was a top I sent back.
When I first opened my aqua box, this gem greeted me. Friends, true confession??? I own a ridiculous number of scarves. A whole lot. Like too many. But…this Asha sacrf was SO lightweight and perfect for summer. Plus, it was super silky and laid perfectly. It was love at first sight and I couldn’t say no. 🙂
Next up was this perfectly-fitting, navy-striped dress. Literally, I died. Perfect, perfect fit. Unfortunately, it was missing sleeves and through Stitch Fix I now already own a ton of navy stripes (as seen above). So, this was a PLEASESENDMETHISDRESSINADIFFERENTCOLORWITHSLEEVESINAUGUST pass.
The great thing about Stitch Fix (other than the fact that I don’t have to go clothes shopping) is that I put any of the clothes I’m not keeping in the bag they provide, seal it, and mail it (for free)! The checkout process is online and I can leave feedback/ideas for Annie. It’s super simple. The hardest part is remembering to visit the Post Office to drop of your returns!
See, I really do like these tops and have even worn them in the real world! My first training in my new school was last Tuesday (it rocked, by the way!) and so I wore this coral ditty, and then, I’ve worn the grey-print top with friends and most importantly, when choosing a new class plant (see picture below).
So, tell me – do you Stitch Fix? If so, leave a link to your last fix. I want to see! If you don’t use Stitch Fix yet, are you tempted to try Stitch Fix for yourself? If so, it’s a simple process – all you do is sign up, complete a style profile today, and schedule your first fix. If you use my referral link to sign up (included throughout this post) I receive a credit when your first fix is shipped. My next fix is scheduled for August 8th – two days after school starts. It will be a perfect way to begin my weekend! 🙂
Well friends, I’ll leave you with a picture of the great grey top Annie picked for me and a very special addition to my new classroom! Last year, we welcomed a bamboo plant who was later named Plantuska. This year, we’re welcoming a stunning sunflower who has yet to be named. For right now, I’m calling him Sunny. So, there you go! Happy day, friends. 🙂
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