For over a year, I participated in Gwynnie Bee, but found that I wasn’t often excited about what was sent and didn’t really like getting clothes that other people had worn. Then my sister-in-law told me about Stitch Fix. I signed up in an airport when we were returning from Mexico!
What I love about Stitch Fix is that they send things that I normally wouldn’t even look twice at in the store - which is never - because, remember, I live in a rural town on the western side of Montana. Getting to Walmart once every 4 or 5 months is about the best I can do.
I just got my forth box. It is the first time I am returning anything, but I’m returning two items to get different sizes. This loooong winter hasn’t been good to my waistline!
I thought I would share pictures with you of what came in my box.
The flowery top has cute little flowers on the tassels. The dress is longer and flows so nice. Normally, I don't wear things this bright, but this will be a nice change.
The white top will be a great addition to my professional wardrobe. I'll probably wear that one the most.
The shoes are cute and go with everything. I can't wait til the mud goes away and I can wear them!
The skirt is one of the items I'm returning for a bigger size. It is tight, and even if I like the Kim Kardashian look on her, I don't like it on me. Hopefully, it looks better when I exchange it, but if not, I will gift it out.
If your interested in trying Stitch Fix, you can get your first styling fee for free by using this link: https://www.stitchfix.com/referral/15304152?sod=w&som=c
If you do try Stitch Fix or if you are already a convert, I want to hear about what you get!!
I am a recently retired small town librarian living the dream in Montana in my boujee yet redneck kind of way. Married to a mining engineer and mother to two wonderful young men.