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I received my fifth Stitch Fix shipment a couple of weeks ago and finally got around to posting about it! It was a pretty good shipment, and I like and kept three things from it. For more info on how Stitch Fix works, see this post.
On to the goods-
Market & Spruce Bri Knit Cardigan $48-Kept
I am actually wearing this sweater right now! I love it. The length is good, the sleeves are plenty long, and I can wear it with a regular t-shirt and jeans or a fancier top and dress pants for work. It’s really versatile and comfy.
Market & Spruce Galapagos Cross Bar Dolman Knit Top $54-Kept
In the picture I kind of folded the top in half and flipped it around to show the back details. It make a great work top, the fabric is nice and thick without looking bulky. It’s slightly stretchy too, which will help it keep it’s shape.
Edyson Hampton Corduroy Skinny Jean $68-Returned
I wanted to like these, but I wasn’t crazy about the color or the fact that I could hear my self walking every where. Loudly. The curse of cords. They also reminded a bit like something you would have worn for the holidays when you were a toddler, so there was that, too.
Bay to Baubles Nixen Pave Detail Cuff $28-Returned
I am just not a huge jewelry fan. All the jewelry I wear came from Matt as presents and also my wedding set, so I didn’t really have a need to another bracelet.
Market & Spruce Cordelia Striped Boat Neck Sweater $58-Kept
Yeah, just realized I kept everything that was Market & Spruce. But this is another versatile piece that can be dressed up or down depending on what you wear with it. After washing it, it does appear to have shrunk just a little bit, but it still fits nicely and is quite comfy.
So all in all I was pretty happy with this Stitch Fix selection. I’m looking forward to my next one, and hopefully having better photos for you once I get my new closet all set up!