I received my July Stitch Fix one day early, and even this alone should have been a sign that my 43rd Stitch Fix would be special. Maybe I should rephrase that. You ladies know (if you’ve been following my Stitch Fix Reviews) each Stitch Fix feels like that to me haha, so maybe I should instead say that this one had an extra smt. to it.
For one, my new beloved stylist Lucy was on vacation so I had a surprise stylist put together my July box. (Amazing job btw, kisses for gorgeous box of pieces) This was also one of the few times I received coordinating items that could form a mini capsule wardrobe on their own.
Even cooler? The choice of the matching pieces was intentional; my stylist mentioned it in her personalized note. <3
As you may have noticed, I practice self-restraint quite a bit with my Stitch Fix boxes. I shop on my own so much that I kinda have to, or I’ll need a dressing room ten times bigger. 🙂 Once in a while though comes a box that has fun, wearable, versatile, and on trend pieces that you just know you’ll live in. My Stitch Fix #43 was just that, and I am KEEPING IT ALL!! The last time this happened was this Stitch Fix.
Before we start diving into my box of pretties, here are some highlights from the super detailed TheBoxQueen Stitch Fix Reviews section. If you have not discovered them, I invite you to start your reading from the beginning.
STITCH FIX HIGHLIGHTS
- How I choose my Stitch Fix Items
- How to get your Best Fix
- Stitch Fix Remix where I re-style previous keeper items
- October 2015 Stitch Fix, September 2015 Stitch Fix for 2015 Fall Outfits
- December 2015 Stitch Fix – Holiday Stitch Fix with my New Year Party Dress
- Best of Stitch Fix Outfits 2015 – A Recap of My Best SF looks & How to Recreate
- Stitch Fix Reviews 2016: Stitch Fix January Review 1 – Stitch Fix January Review 2
- February 2016 Stitch Fix Review + March 2016 Stitch Fix Review + First SF Box April + Second April Stitch Fix Review
- May 2016 Stitch Fix Review + First June 2016 Review
- My Stitch Fix Shoe Styles
You can also find my Stitch Fix Pinterest Board here. I update it regularly with my Stitch Fix Outfits & new arrivals.
In July Stitch Fix, I received two tops, a pair of pants, a skirt, and a short, lace kimono. Let’s start. In this review, the styling cards are back, and as always under the photos you can find my style tips & outfit details. There is not a status section this time; you already know I kept everything. 🙂
Stitch Fix sends styling cards with each box. Although I loved the suggestions on the cards for both the Split Back Tank and Wide Leg Pants, I actually loved these two pieces together.
PAPERMOON Tesi Woven Split Back Knit Tank ($44) + GILLI Chandler Printed Wide Leg Pant ($48)
Style Tip: First of all may I say that the Gilli wide leg pants just rock. It is pretty difficult, at least for me it was, to find wide leg pants that are flattering. (these similar pants I discovered not long ago comes close too) They are very on trend this season, and I wanted one in a comfortable fabric I can pair with tank tops. Luckily I also received the Papermoon coral beauty in this same box. ( This coral tank is a cute basic!) I loved how it complemented the purple tones of the pants.
For accessories, I used neutrals to balance the colorful ensemble. I chose a lilac necklace to introduce a subtle tone of purple in the top part of my outfit.
The wind was a welcome part of this hot summer day even though it made my split tank fly a bit. 🙂
RECREATE THE LOOK
Top: Stitch Fix (Similar Split Back Top On Sale for $11) | Pants: Stitch Fix (Similar Wide Leg Pants On Sale) | Shoes: Michael Kors Wedges | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Necklace: Kendra Scott
Once again, the looks shown on the styling cards are very pretty for both pieces. I’ll make sure to try similar outfits.
Remember I said my stylist made a note of how these pieces go nicely together? Holding them next to each other, I agreed. I loved wearing the striped top with the green skirt.
PIXLEY Rasmussen Button Detail Tank ($54) + UNPUBLISHED Anika Button Front Cargo Skirt ($58)
Style Tip: I love stripes, and collect striped tops. I did not have a similar tank to the Pixley Rasmussen Button Detail Top. It is adorable, and I appreciate the adjustable straps with the help of buttons. This detail gave the top an almost vintage feel. The laid back skirt complete with pockets complimented the summery top.
I thought cute, flat sandals would be the best choice for this relaxed chic outfit. Have you checked out these Rebecca Minkoff Sandals? Just under $100 on sale, they are one of the few flats I wear frequently, and they come in so many color options.
Accessories Style Tip: Being quite the opposite of my first July Stitch Fix outfit you saw above, the main pieces in this look were all in neutral colors. This time I added color with a gorgeous, printed bag ( I kept from this Trunk Club Review), and the bright pink earrings I received in my latest Rocksbox. (Get your FREE Month of Rocksbox here with Code: theboxqueenxoxo)
Getting my inspiration from the vintage feel of the top, I chose a vintage styled pearl ring, as well as a gold bracelet for a touch of sparkle.
RECREATE THE LOOK
Top: Stitch Fix (Similar Style – Super Cute & On Sale! ) | Skirt: Stitch Fix (Identical Style ) | Shoes: Rebecca Minkoff – On Sale Under $100 | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Earrings: Kendra Scott via Rocksbox – Get your Free Month Here with Code: theboxqueenxoxo | Bracelet: Wantable (See my Wantable Reviews)
Stitch Fix suggested to pair the Pixley Lace Kimono with jeans for day and a skirt & heels for night. I also thought it would glam up an otherwise casual denim look.
PIXLEY Ashton Crochet Lace Kimono ($48)
Style Tip: The Lace Kimono is very delicate, and feminine. I wanted to pair it with a more casual outfit for some contrast. I chose my recently acquired skinnies from Joe’s jeans, this tank I have in a couple colors (also seen in orange in this Nordstrom Shopping Post) and the beautiful necklace I got in this Rocksbox. Overall I wanted to create a laid back look with girly touches.
RECREATE THE LOOK
Top: Lush T-Back Swing Tank | Kimono: Stitch Fix ( Longer, fringed version) | Jeans: Joe’s Jeans– On Sale! (Option Under $60) | Shoes: Vince Camuto Heels | Bag: Stella & Dot (See it here too) | Flower Studs: Banana Republic | Necklace: Via RocksBox – Get Your Free Month Here with Code: theboxqueenxoxo | Bracalet: Stella & Dot
Overall Impressions: My 43rd Stitch Fix was a huge success. It is also the SF I am keeping in its entirety after almost a year. LOVE!!
Would love to try Stitch Fix for yourself? I obviously recommend this fun personal styling service, and get so excited each time a SF box ends up on my porch. Can’t wait to hear your experiences!
Which pieces I received were your favorites? Did you get a SF of your own lately? Would love to hear your thoughts. Pls also ask me any questions in the comments about Stitch Fix. I’ll make sure to answer them to my best ability.
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