Stitch Fix # 2 (winner winner)

So many of you have heard me talk about how awesome 

Stitchfix

 is. You get a personal stylist, which is really cool, and your stylist picks out pieces for you that he/she thinks you will like OR that they think you can totally pull off. So some of the pieces may be out of your comfort zone but I think it is good to push yourself in what you wear. Participating in 

Stitchfix

 has been great for me as I have been transitioning from college sorority life to being a wife in full time ministry. I have wanted to wake up and get dressed everyday in something other than a t shirt and sweats but sometimes that has been hard because I feel as if all my clothes still reflect who I was in college and not who I am now. Wanna read about my first Fix? Check it out 

here

So this was my second Fix and it was wonderful. Randall my stylist heard my cry for more tops and some color! I am so happy with all that was in my box. 

Here is top numero uno. It is the most comfortable and well made fabric EVER. It is stretchy and has tapered sides...I am in love, in fact I wore it all day yesterday. I am keeping this one for sure. I think it looks great with my dark skinny jeans, but I will also pair it with my white washed boyfriend jeans, shorts or even a casual cotton skirt.

Also, don't y'all love my new boots? I have agonized over a good pair of riding boots for so long. I saved money from my crochet orders and purchased the Frye boots of my dreams. They make me kinda happy.

This lovely elephant scarf was another item in my box. I LOVED it. It was very whimsical and fun, but I really needed tops more than scarves so I decided to send it back...womp, womp. 

So sad to say goodbye to these little elephants...maybe I can find a look alike scarf somewhere!

Top number two was a classy silk top with three quarter length sleeves. It is perfect for the style I am going for in this new season of life. Very feminine and modest, which I love. I am definitely keeping this top. I paired it with my bright pink crop pants here but I think it will be cute with a skirt, jeans, and shorts later in the spring. 

I love the pearl button detail on the sleeves...I am a sucker for pearls, but what truly southern girl isn't? :)

Top three was my favorite item in this fix. It was a flowing, sheer peasant top with gorgeous embroidery details. It goes perfect with my AnnTaylor polka dot crops, jeans, or a high waisted skirt for a more dressy look. I am in love with the romantic chic vibes it gives...aren't you? 

and the color is so fun!

It just makes me laugh. Also this top is perfect for me to pair my 

Noonday Earrings

 with. Have you heard about the awesome jewelry and accessories by Noonday? You all need to check them out. Great company with such a heart for Jesus and helping others.

hello lovely...you are my favorite top in all the land. 

The final item in this Fix were these yellow "Just Black" skinny jeans. I liked them alright. They were a little too tight for my liking and because I have such large thighs I decided to send these back. The material was great though, they were soft and stretchy. So maybe in the right size these would be a winner. However, these jeans are headed back to Stitchfix land.

My stylist suggested that I pair the jeans with the top I kept in my last fix, and so I tried that and actually really though it was cute. What do you think?

I still love this top from Fix # 1...I wear it often and get so many compliments on it.

A big thanks to my awesome photographer. We are learning a lot about our new Canon T3i Rebel and Ben was quite the trooper to take and retake pictures of these outfits yesterday. 

So there you have it. I now have three new tops that now call my closet home. What are you waiting for? Try scheduling your own 

Stitchfix

 today. Only $20 to schedule and that money goes towards the items you decide to keep. No shipping costs for returns. It is such a fun thing to try out! Do it!

My next Fix is scheduled for the beginning of April. Cannot wait to see what Spring things are included. 

In other news, we have had such a productive weekend thus far. Ben and I had fun at our little fashion photo shoot, he got to go shoot his new pistol with friends, worked on our end tables he is making, and I spent the afternoon designing new blog buttons for the different categories I blog about. It has been a great weekend and we are looking forward to a day of rest, complete with leading worship at church and a church wide potluck tonight. 

What have you done this weekend? Would love to hear form you!

XOXO,

Rachel