I haven’t done an outfit of the day in quite a while and recently I decided to retry StitchFix to get some nicer pieces in my wardrobe compared to what I’ve been purchasing for a year over on Romwe… which is not the best quality but it’s cheap and when you’re broke you deal. But with my promotion at the beginning of the year, I’ve been working on paying off my debt and have some left over fun money so I decided it would be a good idea to update my wardrobe with pieces I really enjoy. Plus I wear the same five outfits every week and they are starting to see their final days, and I’m a little bored of them now.
In my first box, I got a lot of amazing pieces though I didn’t order it to arrive correctly with my budget so I could only keep one item as each item in the box were $60 or more. Which is not something I was expecting as previously they were around $35+ not $60+. So maybe in the next box we’ll see a change in the prices. But as I stated, the items were amazing and I decided to keep this navy striped t-shirt dress.
My stylist recommended wearing this dress with a denim jacket, which is something I have in my collection from Maurice’s. I also wore my Anna Saccone Taurus Rose Gold necklace and black velvet choker. And my converse shoes. Since it’s also winter still or early spring, I did wear a pair of fleece lined black tights just so my legs wouldn’t get cold in the Minnesota weather.
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