What to Wear Wednesday – Stitch Fix edition: San Francisco Boudoir Photography

I have recently become totally obsessed with Stitch Fix! I have received two Fixes and I am in love.

For those of you who don’t know what Stitch Fix is here is a quick rundown. It is a service that sends you 5 hand -selected gorgeous clothing items that are styled specifically for you by a personal stylist. You create an online profile of your preferences, styles, sizes, and likes/dislikes. Just like magic these 5 items will show up at your doorstep where you get to try them on and keep whichever ones you would like. You can keep any number of items (0-5) but if you choose to purchase all 5 items you receive 25% off your total. When your box ships to you $20 is charged to your credit card but that $20 is credited to anything you purchase from your Fix.

Now some of you may know this but I recently became a Stitch Fix stylist myself. My first Fix was styled by someone else but since I am figuring out what my style is I decided to style myself for this one.

Now, disclaimer, I am not a fashion blogger by any means of the word. I do love clothes. I might look goofy in the poses but hey, you gotta start somewhere (and please ignore the messy closet, I will straighten that up next time, haha)

Truth: I have lost my personal style a little since becoming a mom.

False: Because I am a mom and I am busy and I am curvy and etc…. I do not deserve to look and feel my best.

Truth: Taking care of myself is what is best for me, my family, and my personal world. This does not have to be clothing or material but I do need to cover myself daily so I might as well look good trying.

Clothing isn’t what makes you who you are but fashion is a great way to express your personal self as I am discovering. The joy and anticipation leading up to receiving a Stitch Fix box is powerful and amazing. Wearing a new outfit is enough to lift dark clouds of almost any day. Looking at a picture of yourself an a well fitting and beautiful outfit is such a treasure.

So, with all that said I am going to post pictures of me in my Stitch Fix clothing. I am doing this for a few reasons. As I have been researching the company and trying to rediscover my own personal style (so moving away from mommy sloppy as I affectionately referred to my daily uniform of yoga pants and Costco workout tanks) I realized that posts with pictures are awesome. The other reason is that I think I want to show the world that a curvy girl can do this. Any girl can do this. Any woman can get some fantastic clothing pieces that make them feel great about themselves. Along the way I am sure I will look silly and funny and maybe even cute. If even one of you feels inspired to do a little more for your personal style, I am more than happy to put myself out there.

If you are interested in trying Stitch Fix you can click on that link. It is an affiliate link which means when you sign up I get a credit to my account. You don’t have to sign up through me or you can, either way is great. I am happy to help in any way possible!

Now on to the clothes!

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Kut From The Kloth Distressed Boyfriend Jean and Market & Spruce Corrina Dolman

I am not sure how I lived with out these jeans in my life. I love this whole look!

 

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Skies are Blue Crochet Detail Top with my Old Navy jeans and Payless boots

I don’t love this top on me. It is gorgeous but it looks a little boxy and unflattering.

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Gilli Sebastian Maxi, Target Belt, JCPenny Sandals

Again this is amazing and I love how it shapes me. I feel like an hourglass goddess in this.

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Margaret M Emer Cropped Trouser, Target wedges and JCPenny henley

I am torn about these. They are too long for me and too big but way comfy.

All in all, I think I did a good job. I am for sure keeping three items (KFTK jeans, maxi dress, dolman top) which is great for me. I can go to the store and try on 20+ items and walk out with nothing! I fully would have kept all 5 if I had gotten a size smaller in the trousers (I would still need to hem them, if you look at the picture, my right leg is the correct length and those are rolled twice!). I think it is worth it to hem a really great pair of pants. I have short legs and a longer torso so pants are normally like this for me.

What would you keep if you were me?

Thanks for reading this weeks What to Wear Wednesday! I am thinking up creative new ways to envision this recurring post on my blog. Some will be fashion, some will be makeup, some will lingerie, I may do a bathing suit special (I may not model that one, haha). What would you like to see on these posts?

  • June 11, 2015 - 12:24 am

    Jennessa - I LOVE the first and last outfits on you, but the best thing is knowing what YOU feel best in! 🙂 StitchFix won’t work for me now, but maybe someday. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • June 11, 2015 - 1:43 am

      boudoir - Yes, I hope someday. I’m excited for that day! 🙂ReplyCancel

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