My Stitch Fix stylist picked some gorgeous items for my spring wardrobe refresh!
It’s not quite spring, but I’m already dreaming of warmer weather. It’s been a particularly rough winter, y’all! My kids’ school actually closed, not for snow, but for extreme cold! (It was -15 degrees one day, which is obscene.) Anyway, I’m ready for all things spring, including a little wardrobe refresh.
So I asked my Stitch Fix stylist for some help. (Style boxes are one of my most favorite ways to refresh my wardrobe with a few things for a new season!) As per usual, she nailed it. She sent me so fantastic tops, plus some white jeans from one of my favorite brands. Also, my stylist sent me a cute sundress that could easily be layered for year-round wear.
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Skies are Blue Padenia Tassel Detail Split Neck Top ($58)
I fell in LOVE with this gorgeous top. I’m a sucker for anything boho-inspired, though. What I love about this top is the color. Navy is such an easy color to wear all year. This top is really pretty on it’s own, and would look pretty layered under a structured jacket or a flowy cardigan.
Sanctuary Boyfriend Button Down Plaid Shirt ($78)
Have you noticed a trend? I’ve gotten A LOT of plaid shirts in my style boxes here lately. I’ve been hunting for a great one that I can style lots of ways and wear for at least 3 seasons. This one is super cute (I LOVE the light background), but the price is a bit salty for me.
Beacon Patty Roll Tab Knit Top ($40)
Another fantastic top for layering! One thing I really love about this one is the length. It’s long enough for a cute un-tucked look, and short enough to easily tuck or front tuck. The color is really pretty too, although it is a bit autumnal.
Just Black Nadine Released Step Hem Skinny Jeans ($78)
I love EVERYTHING about these jeans, except the hem. I thought I’d like the distressed step hem, but in reality it just felt a little awkward no matter what shoes I tried. The fit of Just Black jeans is always perfect though; I’ve literally never put on a pair that wasn’t.
French Grey Melcy Brushed Knit Dress ($42)
Finally, the sundress. I like this dress in theory. The colors and fabric work well for year-round styling, and I do like a sundress I can wear all year. But the spaghetti strap style isn’t super practical for me, and the armholes were so huge you could literally see down past my bra (which is why my arm is held tightly to my body in these photos). Maybe it would work with a cute tank top layered underneath.
If you’re working on streamlining your wardrobe, you might be due for a spring wardrobe refresh! If so, I highly recommend Stitch Fix. Their stylists are fantastic at finding just the right pieces that fit your very own personal needs and style. My stylist, Tori, has my style down so well she always sends me things I absolutely love.