Item 4 is a bell-sleeve, black, silky top. It’s OK but I just can’t think of a use for it. Reject.
Item 5 is a pair of pants extremely similar to a pair of pants they have sent me before. I had a picture of them side by side but it didn’t come out. One pair is SLIGHTLY browner than the other; and this pair has tighter legs. Other than that, same brand, same waistband – identical. I don’t need two pairs of indistinguishable work pants (these are basically office attire). Reject.
Sorry Stitch Fix. Too repetitive this shipment. You’re a loser with only 2/5 keepers.
Item 3 is this lovely top. Keep.
Also you get a better view of the jeans here.
Item one is a wine-colored top with grommets and lacing at the neck. It is very, very similar to a shirt Stitch Fix sent me several shipments ago, shown here. That one was gray-green with lacing up the back. They’re too similar, and I’m not crazy about how tight this one is around the belly. Reject.
Item two is the jeans. They are great with jeans. Keep.
And finally, gray coat. This actually fills a niche for me; I need a coat of this weight in this color scheme. The one I have already is camel brown, which I don’t feel goes with everything.
Everything is machine washable.
Everything save the gray coat is under $100.
I’m thinking everything.
Light windbreaker thing. You might think, eh, pretty utilitarian, nothing special, but it feels GREAT. Cozy and warm and fitted. Good for chilly rain showers.
OMG, rust-colored padded jacket. Fits like a dream. LOVE.
Hoodie. Appeals to my I’m-not-really-50 side.