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Stitch Fix No. 2 Review

Dear Style Diary,
I reviewed my first Stitch Fix on my Instagram. Are we following each other?

I'm signed up to receive quarterly Stitch Fix boxes, and recently received my second Fix. Here's what was inside -

I'm drawn to comfortable, versatile and simple pieces of clothing that I can easily repeat and easily transition from work to weekend. My company's dress code is quite relaxed, but most of all, I've been feeling quite bored with my appearance lately. 

Dressing my 30+ working-mom-of-2 self has presented a few challenges. While I want to go beyond the basics, I also want to avoid anything too trendy. I have become stuck in a t-shirt-and-jeans rut, and Stitch Fix is helping me break free.

I liked the contents of this Fix. While my last box had a blush-colored blazer and a peplum top, a style and color I'm not typically drawn to, this box very closely aligned with what I typically reach for. I am on the hunt for new jeans, and I needed to replace my striped sweater. I tried all of the pieces on, styled them with items already in my closet, and did my best to make intentional choices. If I couldn't picture myself wearing it, then it had to be returned.

In the end, I decided to keep ... KUT FROM THE KLOTH Simmons Bootcut Jean and the 41 HAWTHORN Roma Textured Striped Pullover. Over the weekend, I posted a picture of me wearing the sweater on my Instagram.

I returned the necklace because I wasn't completely in love with it. It's dainty, beautiful and certainly a great piece, but I already layer a few of my most sentimental necklaces. And while I am looking to update my sleeveless blouses, this one was very loose around the arm openings. I wasn't comfortable when I tried it on. I also decided to return the moto jacket, despite my desire to add one to my closet. I think if it were black instead of gray, I would have kept it.

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