Michelle’s Favorite Stitch Fix Tops

At the end of April, I was in a little bit of a bind. Your girl here LOVES to shop but all my favorite boutiques had been selling clothes that were definitely not my style (and there’s still no end in sight). I went to the mall, I looked at clothing websites I wouldn’t normally shop at, etc. NOTHING.

Finally, I started looking into clothing subscription services. Stitch Fix was the most popular one and had pretty decent prices so I figured I may as well try it. Let me tell you all… I have had such a fun time with it!

You have to fill out a style questionnaire at the beginning where they ask you all kinds of questions regarding what stores you normally shop at, your sizes, what styles/patterns you’re interested in, and how much you’d like to spend per item.

One thing I will stress is that you need to link up your style board on Pinterest and keep updating it regularly. This is super important because your stylist will get a lot of her ideas on pieces to send you from this board. My sister and I both signed up at the same time but she didn’t link up her Pinterest board so when her first fix arrived, they had totally missed the mark.

When I received my first fix, I was in LOVE. I kept all 5 pieces! I’ve been hooked ever since and have gotten about 5 so far. I don’t always keep everything but as of late, there hasn’t been a package where I haven’t kept at least one thing.

I wanted to share with you guys my favorite tops from my fixes and promise to keep you updated on all my fixes to come!

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This first top is the Jazelle Ruffle Sleeve blouse from Daniel Rainn. I love this top! It’s so classy, especially with the detail work at the neck. I wear this a lot to work.

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This is the Havana halter top from Alice Blue. This is a cute spring/summer top that I like to pair with a cardigan, specifically olive green or beige.

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Stitch Fix got me hooked on Lush tops!! This is the Devon Knot Front top by Lush and it is such a cute piece for the summer. I loved this one so much, I begged my stylist for another one.

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After I begged her, she sent me the Rhodes tank blouse by Lush and I fell in love all over again. These tops are so super cute! I wear them with cardigans or jackets to work and I wear them on their own for date nights or just to hang out. Here’s to hoping they send me more!

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In my most recent box, they sent me the Tinkham Open Kimono by Kaileigh. This kimono is so light and cute. You can wear it with a cute solid tank underneath and a pair of white shorts.

I’ve been ranting & raving about Stitch Fix to all my gal pals and I’ll tell you the same thing! It’s definitely worth it because you will find random pieces that you never knew existed and now you can’t live without.

If you want to try it, use my link by clicking here and you’ll get your first $20 styling fee waived! Now’s the perfect time to try it 🙂

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