I am back to share the second half of my Stitch Fix review - catch up on part 1 here.  To bring you up to speed, I recently tried out Stitch Fix for the first time (a clothing subscription site that sends you 5 items based on your personal style, budget and size!)  I ended up sending back the first three items that I tried - mainly due to sizing, otherwise they would probably be in my closet right now.  Today I'm sharing the last 2 items from my fix.  Read on to find out if I kept something!

When I opened up this Collective Concepts Caspar maxi dress, I immediately thought of my mom & aunt.  As big Mets fans, I know they are going to love seeing me in this dress & to be honest, I loved the color scheme too!  I don't usually think of blue & orange as shades that work together but this dress totally changed my mind.  I styled this dress for a casual summer day with my tassel cross body bag and a pair of neutral flip flops.  I debated keeping this dress as well, but was worried that it was slightly too short to be worn with anything but super flat sandals, so I did end up sending it back.  (It photographed so well & looking back at these photos, I am slightly kicking myself for that decision!) 

Last but not least, was this RD Style Roquette off shoulder tunic.  As soon as I put this tunic on, I knew it was going to be a keeper.  I loved the simplicity of this top and the lightweight fabric and off shoulder style are perfect for the season.  Paired with floral shorts & gladiator sandals, black looks just as fresh for summertime as any bright color would.  I also can't wait to style this top with white jeans for a dinner date and with my denim cutoffs when we head out east for a weekend. 

Look 1 - Dress: Collective Concepts c/o Stitch Fix | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Sandals: Tory Burch | Sunglasses: Ray Ban
Look 2 - Top: RD Style c/o Stitch Fix | Shorts: Brandy Melville (similar) | Bag: Michael Kors | Sandals: Tory Burch | Sunglasses: Ray Ban

Overall, I have to admit, those stylists know what they are doing! I am a converted believer into using a personal stylist to find items that are perfect for you.  It was so exciting to open up my Stitch Fix box and see what had been chosen specifically for me. Realizing that a majority of the pieces were actually right up my alley was even more exciting!

Have you ever tried Stitch Fix?  Share your experience in the comments section below!

Michelle Paige

This post is done in partnership with Stitch Fix.  All thoughts/opinions are my own.