My March Stitch Fix


Ok, ok – I KNOW I committed to a month of no knew clothes – I’m currently on a spending freeze – in the name of my closet remix, BUT that doesn’t mean I can’t look + try on some new pretty things that arrive on my doorstep, right?! It’s all in the name of a good blog post. I thought I rescheduled this Stitch Fix to arrive in April, but apparently not – blame it on the mom brain – so I thought it would be fun to try on + do my regular Stitch Fix sharing, even though I won’t be keeping anything!


Check out what I got and please let me know what you think!

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Loveappella Mavina Floral Print Keyhole Detail Tank – $48

loveappella mavina tank

Ugh. Torture.

This top I had requested in a previous fix, and of course it shows up in this fix!

Seriously, this print. I’m obsessed.


Florals make me happy. I pretty much request more and more florals in each and every fix. I’m a sucker for them. And this is no exception. It’s nice and springy, I enjoy the length – oh, and did I mention the print?!

The only thing I don’t like is the sleeveless – not really a fan. So that made sending this back a little easier for me.

But looking at these pictures still makes me miss the top a little. Crazy, right?


Papermoon Holleen Keyhole Blouse – $44

Papermoon Blouse

Next up – another floral top. And another keyhole top – this is pretty much a keyhole fix, consider yourself warned.

I enjoy the navy + floral colors in this top. Not sure I’m in love with the actual floral print – and I don’t really love the fact that its so light and see through. It’s cute, but it doesn’t wow me.


Paired with this cuff because it pretty much makes everything look even more amazing.



Pixely Tammi Keyhole Dress – $68

pixley dress

This dress I requested as well because I saw it on someone else and wanted to try it out. I really like the print and the fit of the dress. It’s nice, light and flowy – I think I could totally pair it with some fun cardigans/jackets and even wear it in more seasons with boots. The tie on the side makes it really flattering too.

floral dress

Not sure I love the actual neckline happening. Sort of throws me off a little, not sure why.

I paired this dress with the wedges from my first trunk club – sort of obsessed.



Cresent Gracelynn Keyhole Blouse – $44

crescent blouse

Another keyhole top! Another sleeveless keyhole top. This was an easy pass for me. Wasn’t into it and I don’t really need it because I’ve got tons of nice tops to wear for dressier occasions. Pass.

teal black

Now about these pants…..

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Margaret M Emer Printed Straight Leg Pant – $98

teal emers

If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix you are already missing out.

If you have tried Stitch Fix and you haven’t tried out the Margaret M Emer Pants, sorry to say, you are STILL missing out. These pants fit like a glove, have an elastic waist band so they are pull on – they come in tons of colors, prints and styles. I’ve had a few in other fixes but none were right to keep, so I’ve still been on a mission for the perfect pair.

These pants have a subtle pattern and are a really fun shade of green – especially for the spring + summer. Sadly, I wasn’t able to keep them because of my closet remix pledge, BUT my MIL did take them off my hands – so at least they went to a good home, and I know she’s excited to wear them on a upcoming trip over St. Patrick’s Day!

Hopefully I’ll be able to add some Emers to my closet someday soon!

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Now’s usually the hard part! BUT since I’m being strong + not keeping anything, I don’t really need help deciding. {I feel like I deserve a medal for being THIS strong} But I would still love to know -> What are YOUR favorite pieces from what I received in this Fix?! Please tell me what you think!

What Should I Keep? free polls



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1 Comment

  • Reply Patty O March 9, 2016 at 10:12 am

    Loved this Stitch Fix, but you were sent several dressier pieces that you really don’t need as a SAHM. Loved the white floral top and the dress. Great Spring and Summer pieces to add to your wardrobe, but not this month! Stay Strong!

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