Back by popular demand, I decided to do another style post.  In fact, so long as you continue to enjoy them, I plan on doing weekly installments.


I have to admit something to you…I cancelled my recurring stitch fix orders.  I was getting pretty bummed by what I was receiving, everything was boring and uninspiring.  I hadn’t been getting any fun new styles and in my style profile I had indicated that I was fairly adventurous.

When I cancelled my recurring order I forgot to indicate that I didn’t one “one last fix,” so I ended up receiving one more.  I was upset when I saw that it was in the mail and on it’s way to me so I wrote stitch fix and complained.  They were super nice and said if I didn’t like anything they would gladly refund me my twenty dollars (normally if you don’t keep any of the items they’ve sent they absorb the twenty dollars that you’ve put down; however, if you do get something the twenty dollars goes towards the cost of that item).  Well, I was really excited about this skirt that I received.  I’d never seen anything like it and I was stoked to get something so unique, flattering, and comfy!




Needless to say, I will definitely sign up for a few more stitches.  Although, I’m trying to limit my clothing shopping and get back to the essentials so I’m not sure how many more stitches I’ll get.  I’m thinking the best way to do this will be to set up a capsule wardrobe.  Here are two of my favorite fashion bloggers discussing what a capsule wardrobe is: Un-fancy and Project 333.  The only problem is, it feels difficult parting with some of my long term and favorite clothing items.  I’m slowly figuring it out, and ultimately I love being a minimalist any chance I get (it dramatically decreases my stress), so why not try it with my clothing.

Jacket: Forever 21 (similar here)

Shirt: Victoria’s secret essential v-neck t

Skirt: Stitch fix (not sure if you can make specific requests but this skirt is called the “Reanne skirt”)

Shoes: Skechers

Sun glasses: Ray ban

Be well.