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June Stitch Fix Unboxing and Try On

June Stitch Fix Unboxing and Try On

Who doesn’t love receiving a package with their name on it? I love getting mail, even if its something I send myself like my Stitch Fix subscription service. The monthly box of fashion that doesn’t require endless errands which I love! Life has been so busy lately with the end of the school year and having something to wear to events has been really helpful. I’m looking forward to lazy summer days! This June Stitch Fix Unboxing and Try On video reviews what was in my box and what I loved, didn’t love and kept. Take a look and let me know what you think you would have kept and what was worth the price. Isn’t that the total subjective question, how much each of us would pay for a particular clothing item!? I recently went in and checked my limits for each item and think they do a pretty good job of delivering value on what I keep. I mean I may be wearing a Stitch Fix top as I type this, ha.

Stitch Fix Loveapella Dress

This Market and Spruce Ellyn Knit Dress was in my box for $68. Spoiler alert, I decided not to keep it. I remember thinking that I really loved it but didn’t feel like it looked that great on me. Although now that I rewatch the video and look at this photo and I think it looks like an ideal summer dress with fun detail. What was I thinking?! Proof that sometimes we just don’t feel our best and may want to give things a day or two before deciding.

June Stitch Fix Try On

While I did keep two tops from this June Stitch Fix Unboxing and Try On, this top didn’t make the cut. I liked it but didn’t love it for the price. And looking back I know I made the right choice. The two I kept I still love and have already worn! You can see the white eyelet top here.

June Stitch Fix Try On

I can’t wait to open my next Stitch Fix box and show you what’s inside! And let me know, do you think I kept the right things for my body? What would you have changed?

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  • Kate Hanrasen

    The first top – the blue and white striped tank…I would rethink your stance on it. The stripes across your belly are bigger than the other stripes and accentuate your tummy. I loved you in the empire waist maxi though.

    June 17, 2017 at 10:18 am Reply

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