I can’t quite believe that it’s already time for my July Stitch Fix review. Yet here I am, trying on clothes once again! This was my 38th fix and it was a knockout. My stylist, Layla sent the four of the most beautiful and versatile blouses my way, as well as a gorgeous showstopper of a dress. If you missed the first three blouses, make sure you stop by page 1 of this post -- they were lovely! Now let me show you the remaining blouse and dress that arrived at my door this month.
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Breyson Split Neck Pleated Sleeveless Blouse
The fourth item I tried on was a Breyson Split Neck Pleated Sleeveless Blouse from 41Hawthorn ($54) in the prettiest shade of yellow. It was very similar to the Sicily Pintuck Detail Silk Blouse that came in my 23rd fix. But that blouse was a very vibrant shade of yellow, and this one was more more of a soft, butter color.
Much like the green Carla Crochet Detail Blouse, this yellow top also looked great with the Emer pants from my 16th fix and a pair of black heels (similar). I also wore my silver Kate Spade watch and the bargain statement necklace I bought at Nordstrom.
Since my arms get so cold when the AC is turned on, I added the Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan from my 23rd fix. I love how it looks with the yellow -- the combo reminds me of sherbet!
Of course, the Breyson Split Neck Pleated Sleeveless Blouse was also very easy to dress down and transform into a more causal summer look. They looked great with a simple necklace, rose gold and white watch (similar) and denim capri pants (similar).
James Laser Cut Dress
The last item included in my fix this month was a cobalt blue James Laser Cut Dress from Brixon Ivy ($78). It was remarkably similar to the Dixon Scallop Trim dress I received in my 24th fix, and I was equally drawn to this dress. The color, the cut, the slightly longer length and the lightweight fabric… it was all perfect. I kept things really simple and wore a pair of black patent leather heels and some classic silver and white gold jewelry.
The dress also happened to be a perfect fit. The armholes were the perfect proportion for my size (which is something I often struggle with) and I loved the laser cut details. They are so on-trend for the season!
The black heels looked great, but this dress is begging for a little extra pop. I think it would look spectacular with a fun pair of statement heels. I’ve been looking at several pair online and these are some of my favorites:
Thank you so much to my good friend Brian Weitzel from BTW Photography for snapping all of the photos in today’s fix. It was refreshing to put the camera down and let a professional handle the images this time around. If you’re a regular reader, I would love to know what you thought of the change of perspective.
What I Kept from My Fix
This time around I decided to keep everything from my fix and enjoy that 25% buy all discount. Here’s a recap of everything that came in my Stitch Fix box this month:
Alessandro Silk V-Neck Blouse from Amour Vert for Stitch Fix ($118) -- KEEP
Dawney Scallop Trim Blouse from 41Hawthorn ($54) -- KEEP
Carla Crochet Detail Blouse from 41Hawthorn ($58) -- KEEP
Breyson Split Neck Pleated Sleeveless Blouse from 41Hawthorn ($54) -- KEEP
James Laser Cut Dress from Brixon Ivy ($78) -- KEEP
The regular price of all of these items added up to $362.00, but I was able to save $90.50 with the buy all discount so the total for all 5 items only came to $251.50.
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More Summer Styles from Stitch Fix
If you want to see more summer styles that have arrived at my door from Stitch Fix, I have rounded them all up in one place. Click any of the images below to read about those fixes and see even more photos.