It's here! My June Stitch Fix Review is finally here and you have got to see what came in this month's Stitch Fix box. You may recall from last month that I wanted to try out a new stylist, just so I could share a fresh person with you that has more availability than my regular stylist. I'm happy to let you know that my “guest stylist” returned for a second fix and she did a wonderful job. This month's fix had a little bit of everything: a casual top, jeans, a dressy blouse, a maxi dress and shoes! You may have caught the sneak peek video I shared yesterday on the blog. I'm overjoyed to finally share photos of what's inside along with my complete June Stitch Fix review. This post contains affiliate links.
You'll definitely want to read all the way to the end of this month's fix because I'm collaborating with several other amazing Stitch Fix bloggers to bring you a $700 Stitch Fix gift card giveaway. That's right! $700! Let's get this party started so you can see my styles and get yourself entered in that giveaway. I also included affiliate links throughout this post to help you easily recreate any of the looks you see featured in my June Stitch Fix review.
Stazi Lace Shoulder Knit Top
When I laid eyes on the Stazi Lace Shoulder Knit Top from Loveapella ($48), I was immediately intrigued. It's basically a t-shirt with lace at the shoulders and it was really soft! Sometimes on the weekends I look into my closet for something casual to wear that doesn't make me look like a bum and I come up short. This top was the perfect solution to that fashion dilemma. It's causal and comfortable and totally looks like I tried without having to be overdone.
I kept the accessories casual for this outfit too. I wore my mother of pearl Cami necklace from Kendra Scott and a Nakamol beaded wrap bracelet (similar here). With a simple pair of ankle strap sandals and the Level 99 Jeans that also came in my fix (more info on those in a minute), this was a great casual outfit.
This top also had the most lovely lace trim around the shoulders. It was just enough to be a fun decorative element, without having to worry about catching things randomly on the lace.
This top was fabulous and it definitely caught my eye. Unfortunately, it was a little too small. I recently changed my shirt size preferences from small to extra-small because a blog reader suggested it may be a helpful solution to the oversize armhole problems I often have. I thought the idea was pure genius (and I still do think it's a good idea judging by how big some of my size small drapey blouses are). Unfortunately, this t-shirt was a little more fitted than my usual taste and the horizontal stripes made me nervous for a flattering fit, even if I did size up. I opted to return the top, but it certainly was lovely.
The Stazi Lace Shoulder Knit Top looked great with the lighter wash denim and my new metallic sandals were the perfect footwear to accent the look. They also have a great price!
So let's talk about those jeans…
Shauna Skinny Jean
I was also overjoyed to find that Leslie included a lighter wash pair of jeans in this month's fix. I own several pair of Level 99 pants and 2 pair of jeans from my previous fixes, so I had a feeling that this pair of Shauna Skinny Jean from Level 99 ($118) was going to be an instant keeper.
I adored the color and really liked that the jeans had some light distressing without looking like they had recently been destroyed.
I also really like the pocket design on Level 99 jeans.
Technically the pants fit and they had good stretch, but the style was a little tighter than I prefer. They were quite snug and not exactly the fit I've been looking for. I considered asking for a larger size, but I'm pretty sure the Shauna Skinny Jean fit the way they were intended since they were the same size as all my other Level 99 jeans and pants. So I'm still on the lookout for the perfect lighter wash jeans that are a slim fit but not quite so tight.
Queenie Lace Overlay Blouse
The third item Leslie included in my June Stitch Fix box was a Queenie Lace Overlay Blouse from Lavender Brown ($118). I love lace in neutral shades, but I wasn't so sure about the bright blue blouse that came my way.
Like the striped knit top, this blouse also was an extra small. It fit great and the armholes were the perfect size.
I styled the blouse with the Emer High Waisted Tall Trouser pants from Margaret M that came in my 16th fix. I also wore a pair of black round toe pumps (similar here), the bracelet from my wedding, and a few different crystal necklaces (bargain here, splurge here).
After trying on a t-shirt and jeans that were tighter than I felt comfortable wearing, this outfit made me feel much more slender. The Emer pants offer a great tailored fit and they really elongate my shape when paired with black heels.
The blouse had a great and flattering fit, but I'm always more comfortable with a pair of sleeves on my arms. I added a dressy black cardigan to the outfit and it was the perfect conservative touch to soften the look.
As pretty as the blouse was, I decided to send it back. I love lacy things, but the bright blue lace top was just a little too bold for my taste. I was surprised about how much I enjoyed wearing the outfit for a few minutes, but I also know that every time I get dressed up for a special event, I will always choose a conservative blouse that I feel more comfortable wearing than one that doesn't quite feel like me.
See the Rest of My Fix
After trying on three items, I still hadn't decided to keep anything from this fix. The good news is that I did decide to keep one item from my June Stitch Fix shipment. Click the image below to read the rest of my review. While you're there, be sure to enter the HUGE $700 Stitch Fix giveaway. Be sure to pin your favorite styles from this post just in case you are the lucky giveaway winner!