I am so excited to share my July Stitch Fix review on the blog today. If you can believe it, this is my 38th fix and this is absolutely the most versatile collection of items my stylist has ever sent my way. If you love bright colors and lightweight items, you are going to have all the heart eyes for this collection from Stitch Fix. You may have already seen the sneak peek video I shared on the blog last week. I won’t keep you in suspense any longer. Get ready to pin lots of amazing summer styles -- I kept everything in my fix this month!
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Alessandro Silk V-Neck Blouse
When I first saw the Alessandro Silk V-Neck Blouse from Amour Vert for Stitch Fix ($118), I wasn’t sure what to think. I have a navy floral version that came in my January fix this year. It’s beautiful and fits great. It’s also 100% silk, which explains the price tag. I wasn’t exactly sure what to think of this print. It was quite pretty, but I was a little concerned that it was too much of a springtime top. I decided to go with it and paired the top with some white capri pants (similar) and a mint green cardigan from Old Navy (similar here and here).
For accessories, I wore my rose quartz Kendra Scott Rayne necklace, my iridescent drusy Kendra Scott Elisa necklace and my beaded wrap bracelet from Chloe + Isabel. The soft bead and gemstone colors looked lovely with the blouse.
I also tried on the blouse with a simple white cardigan (similar) and my Kensie skinny jeans. I also wore my Rampage metallic sandals. I love the easiness of this outfit and how it feels casual, but polished. This blouse was a definite keeper.
Dawney Scallop Trim Blouse
The second item I tried on was a navy Dawney Scallop Trim Blouse from 41Hawthorn ($54). I had a great feeling about this blouse the instant I saw it. Navy is such a classic color and I am such a sucker for it. My stylist, Layla, knows me too well.
As if a classic navy blouse wasn’t enough, this one had the sweetest scallop details along the shoulders. The scallops truly made the blouse feel extra special and made me feel like I was channeling my inner Emily Ley. I adore her style so much!
I kept things simple and wore my white ankle pants (similar), my silver Kate Spade watch, an inexpensive statement necklace, and my white rhinestone sandals (similar here and here). It all came together as a classic summer outfit.
And if I get chilly, a white cardigan (similar) serves as the perfect extra layer.
The addition of a patriotic scarf (similar) makes this the perfect outfit to celebrate our nation’s birthday in a few days.
Carla Crochet Detail Blouse
The next item I tried on from my July Stitch Fix shipment was a Carla Crochet Detail Blouse from 41Hawthorn ($58) in the most beautiful shade of emerald green.
My Stitch Fix profile specifically says “no v-necks, please!” but Layla will occasionally send a v-neck blouse or dress my way if she thinks its really special. This blouse is no exception. The slight crochet detail around the neckline and shoulders adds a fun touch and the v-neck wasn’t deep enough to bother me.
Initially, I styled the Carla Crochet Detail Blouse with my Kensie brand Sophia skinny jeans, a simple statement necklace and my white t-strap sandals (similar). It’s a perfect look for getting lunch with my girlfriends.
I’m not typically one to wear shorts, but I’m trying to embrace the style this summer. I found an adorable pair of black and white gingham shorts at TJ Maxx (very similar) and I love how they make the green pop and make the blouse a little more dressed up than when I paired it with jeans.
It’s always reassuring to know that a piece of clothing can be dressed up or down and suited to a variety of circumstances. This blouse did not disappoint. A pair of black heels (similar) and my black Emer pants from Margaret M instantly transformed it into professional attire.
There were just so many ways to wear this top. There was no way I was going to send it back to Stitch Fix.
See the Rest of My July Stitch Fix Review
You’ve already seen three of the five items in my July Stitch Fix review, but I assure you the remaining blouse is just as versatile and the dress Layla included in my fix this month is simply lovely. Click the image below to see the rest of my fix. While you’re there, don’t forget to enter to win a $50 Stitch Fix gift card and check out more recent fixes from other Stitch Fix bloggers.