Okay, guys. I’m gonna be honest here. I kind of cheated with this outfit.
Every now and then I get stuck in a little bit of a style rut. I start wearing the same things so often that I can’t come up with new ways to wear them. And then I’ll buy more of the same things and wonder why everything still feels the same. So that’s why I bought myself a nice little Stitch Fix box.
If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a clothes subscription service where a stylist sends you five things to try on and you keep the stuff you like. I felt like I needed some help getting out of my comfort zone, so I did it. I feel a little guilty about it since this is a personal style blog and here I am paying for someone else to style me, but as with many things in life, sometimes you gotta know when to ask for help.
Anyway, when I got the box in the mail, I almost sent everything back without even trying any of it on. None of it looked like “me.” I decided to give everything a chance anyway, and I ended up keeping most of it! Including this top, which is very much out of my “kind of vintage-y classic-y” style, but I love it nonetheless.
While I definitely can’t afford to get Stitch Fix boxes all the time, I think I might try to get one every now and then. And I’m not even gonna feel bad about it.
What about you guys? Do you ever get clothing subscription boxes?
Hat: old, H&M
Top: Stitch Fix
Bracelets: c/o Bead Artistry by Marian
Shorts: old, H&M
Shoes: old, Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn