While I really liked the style of everything, it turned out a few pieces didn't fit in my "I love this" category once I tried them on.
In this photo, the cardigan and crop pants are from StitchFix. I LOVED both of these, and I decided to keep them. Both items are versatile and can be worn with many other items - this is a big selling point for me. They also fit well. I have a really hard time finding pants, and these fit PERFECTLY.
I really liked this blue top, but I can't say I loved it. The knotted design in the front made it unique, but it also seemed a bit odd how it hit up high enough that I had to wear something else under it to poke out from underneath. If it had been a little less expensive or if I had decided to keep all four of the other items, I would have kept it.
I felt the same way about this dress as the blue top above. I liked it, but I didn't love it. I added the belt because the seam around the middle seemed naked. However, it ultimately seemed like it divided my body in an odd place. Even though I liked the detail of the top and the way the bottom looked (and it all fit perfectly), I just couldn't bring myself to pay $68 for something I didn't love. Like the blue top, if it had been less expensive or if I was getting all the other items, then I may have gotten it.
These pants. First of all, they were $174. I have marked my Style Profile that I like things as cheap as I can get, so I was shocked to see these. The stylist missed the mark there a bit as I will never pay that much for pants, even with 25% off and even if I LOVED them. Another big issue was that they were way too tight. They said they were super skinny, and this was definitely true. I like fitted pants, but not this fitted. I'm going to add some more extensive notes about not wanting super skinny pants or jeggings. The fit of the olive pants was perfect, so I'll note that I prefer that fit in the future.
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