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Spring Fix

Special thanks to Stitch Fix for partnering with me and sponsoring this post.

Spring is here and I’m excited to partner with Stitch Fix to update my wardrobe with spring outerwear and sweaters! If you aren’t already familiar with Stitch Fix, they offer an amazing on-demand styling service where you can share your unique preferences, and a real expert stylist will get to know you, your fashion favorites and hates, as well as your overall personal style, to find pieces that compliment your existing wardrobe!

Lately, my closet has consisted of mostly winter pieces, so I scheduled my Fix requesting more spring sweaters and outerwear. A Stitch Fix expert stylist then hand-selected 5 items just for me, based on my budget, lifestyle and preferred fit. A few days later, my Fix arrived and I had 3 days to try on my items and decide what I wanted to keep, and what I want to return. You only pay for the items you decide to keep. They even included a prepaid shipping envelope to make the process seamless, and returns are free!

You can sign up here, and fill out your style profile. Stitch Fix carries Women’s sizes 0-24W and XS-3X, Maternity, and Petite, as well as Men’s sizes XS-3X, and Kids in 2T-14! If you use my link, Stitch Fix is offering my readers a $25 credit, for anyone who schedules their first fix by April 13, 2019! It costs $20 to have your Fix curated by a real personal stylist, but that $20 is also applied towards anything you keep. There’s no subscription required, you can schedule your Fix anytime you prefer, whether that is just once on-demand, or on a regular schedule like every couple weeks, once a month or once every season!

I loved all the items I received, but my favorite was this gorgeous Elizabeth & James Kimono!

It worked so well with this old braided belt I had.

I love that you can wear this Kimono on its own as a top, or draped open and layered as outerwear. I could see myself wearing it with dresses and shorts, too, well into summer.

I wore it with these Warp + Weft jeans and this gorgeous cobalt blue Milly blouse, that my Stitch Fix stylist also sent. Did you notice how perfect this top matches my old favorite blue pumps? Love!

Another amazing item from my Fix was a super soft mustard pullover by Pink Clover. The material is so cozy and it has a beautiful curved hem you can wear out, tucked in or folded under like I did here for a cropped look.

I adore how it looked with my leopard slip skirt, adding that perfect pop of color!

It also coordinated so well with my yellow knotted mules!

Photos by Chris Dyer.

I really loved everything in my box, and can’t wait to see what else they work with in my wardrobe!

An Dyer

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