Please note: I love my God, my family and a lot of other things before fashion of course. I mean it is no longer one of my "priorities" when it comes to my list of things I think about in life but even though it isn't a priority doesn't mean that I don't love it. I love having my own style and expressing how I feel or even better how I want to feel just by getting dressed.
Understand this isn't a heart check post where I'm going to tell you how what really matters is what's on the inside, because honestly we all know that is straight TRUTH! However, something about finding a vintage dress that fits like a dream or discovering the perfect tank that's just the right length for layering can do something for you.
I have talked about it before, so I won't bore you with it all again but my days of once strolling through shops and leisurely taking my time trying on clothes and putting together outfits with each item in my head no longer exists.
I am a mama of two littles... #nuffsaid
Last year I was introduced to StitchFix. Many of you have seen my previous posts about this amazing little box that gets delivered to my house, but just in case you haven't you can check out fixes 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 + I'll sum it up for you.
Stitch Fix is a fun and easy personal styling service. They get your style and size preferences, then send you a package of stylish goodies to try on at home, No two Fixes are alike. Each one is hand–picked just for you.
Basically Free Personal Shopper + Stylist in the comfort of your own home! Meaning you can style each piece using things from your own closet to see what works with your jeans and heels or skirts and flats. #dreamcometrue
So I know I really should stop rambling and get onto what I actually received in my fix but I just want you all to know something.
I wasn't going to share this fix with you all for two reasons: The first being, I meant to postpone this box until next month since I wasn't really "in need" of anything new, so I was certain I wasn't going to buy anything AND secondly I didn't want to ask Micah to take photos because he has been so busy with his new school schedule, and thought it a waste of time.
This is the moment where both those reasons went out the window after opening my Stitch Fix box and loving Every.Single.Piece inside.
So what does a girl do when she has cute clothes to try on, bad lighting inside and both babies are napping you ask? She grabs her cheap ugly wall mirror and props it up in the backyard and proceeds to have her own mini fashion show all the while snapping photos with the handy dandy lil' iPhone.
So that is my disclaimer. You get selfies of me in my backyard with a dirty mirror. #dealwithit
Umm, isn't every piece so fun! It was so hard to decide which items to keep this time around!
sidnote: I had enough Stitch Fix credit left over to choose one piece, I wanted everything, EVERYTHING! Buuut I am trying to be wise with our budget and spending so I threw a little pitty party and shoved the remaining items back in the paid postage bag and handed it to my mail lady. #sniffle
Which piece do you think I kept?
Also if you want to schedule your first fix you can do it HERE, and trust me you really want to!