Stitch Fix, Revisited

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I just want to start out by saying thanks for your support and kind words on yesterdays’ post. It means a lot to us! It may feel a little abrupt to jump back into my typical content, but just know that I will do my best to respond to any questions and keep you updated on his status.

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I have only received one prior StitchFix in the past, but after trying Trendsend by Evereve, I succumbed to the temptation to give StitchFix another go.

I didn’t like StitchFix originally because I had time to wander and shop for clothes, but now I have other things I’d like to do instead so having someone help me choose is rather nice!

So, the biggest difference between StitchFix and Trendsend is that StitchFix costs $20 as a styling fee while Trendsend is completely free. That being said, the $20 you spend to receive your StitchFix box can be credited to anything you purchase from the box. But, if you don’t want anything, you are still out $20.00.

I didn’t have any luck with my Trendsend box, but I did have a bit of luck with my StitchFix box!

Pardon the selfies in front of the mirror I propped up in my office. Despite living in this house for over 2 months, we are STILL moving things around and getting settled.

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This top was great for one solitary reason. It represented everything I dislike in a single shirt. I don’t like sleeveless, I don’t like this clingy fabric, I don’t like bright colors, I don’t like busy patterns, and I don’t like a flowy neckline. So, in a way, it affirmed my distaste. Nothing personal against blue shirt, but it was removed with a quickness.

I can’t actually believe these were the faces I chose to make in these photos. And I’ve already returned the Fix so, I can’t retake them.
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This top was cute but I knew it was going to be too short when I held it up. And in fact, it was. It could be cute under a cardigan in the fall, but it wasn’t just right for me.

Oh I should mention I’m wearing some denim that came in the box as well. They fit GREAT but were a just a little bit too loose in the waist, although plenty tight in the butt if you know what I’m sayin’, so off they went.

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This top looked SO cute in the box that I was excited to try it on. The front was boring, but the back was really cute! In the end it went back because it was a little hot, even for fall/winter here in Raleigh, and it wasn’t worth the price to me.

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GUESS WHICH SHIRT I KEPT?

Okay, so, after doing both Trendsend and StitchFix, I will say there is a little bit more pressure, as in “I hope I like something because I already paid $20” kind of thing when opening my StitchFix box.

I really enjoyed the process with both boxes. It was fun to be surprised upon opening them up, and the convenience of trying everything on in my home, with my other clothes available to pair it with, was great.

I’m not sure how regularly I’m going to be requesting these sorts of things, but it’s nice to do to change things up! And between the two, I’d happily try both again to see what a second round of picks looks like based on my feedback. I’ve heard a lot of women say that it takes a few times before the stylist really learns your styles and preferences, and that makes a lot of sense.

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Kristin S says · 08.13.15

I JUST caved and scheduled another Fix after three duds in a row. My first two were good and then T-A-N-K. Several friends get great stuff so I’m trying. Again.

I love that gray top with the fun back. If I didn’t already have THREE gray and white striped knit tops (wearing one now), I would request that in my Fix.

And the faces… I made ridiculous faces that expressed exactly what I was feeling in my last Fix post. I didn’t mean to either but one of the dresses was just plain ridiculous and I couldn’t stop laughing.

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Lorrie says · 08.13.15

Even though you don’t like the first blue sleeveless shirt it looked really good on you. Bright colors look good on you!

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Justice @ manuscripts & marginalia says · 08.13.15

I have two versions of the top you kept – a thicker knit in green & black for winter, and the thinner summer version (which I believe is the one you received). It’s grey and light teal, and I adore them. Highly recommended for traveling! Also, those faces are great. It’s nice to see some editorializing in Stitch Fix photos 😉

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Candace says · 08.13.15

I got my second box this month and kept the exact same shirt you did!!!!!!!!!!!! It must be a popular one cause I have seen a few other people in my area with it! Looks super cute on you!!!!!

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Ashley says · 08.13.15

I love the top you kept! I just got my stitch fix and kept 2 items from mine! I love stitch fix only because it picks out things I might not always pick out for myself

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amy says · 08.13.15

That first top looked great on you!

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Joy Krupka says · 08.13.15

I agree with Lorrie. I think the sleeveless blue top looked great on you!

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Michelle says · 08.13.15

I actually love that first blue top!!! I am in need of something easy accessible for nursing! Do you think that would fit the bill? Do you remember the brand of it? I’d like to request it in my fix!

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Brita says · 08.13.15

I tried StichFix three times, and returned everything each time! I felt like everything was *almost* right as opposed to just right, like your too short top. I’m still totally seduced by the idea, though. They definitely know busy moms are their target audience!

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Ashley says · 08.13.15

Love the top you kept! I also have that one and it’s so cozy. I was able to wear it well into my pregnancy and now I can’t wait to wear it this fall after baby arrives. My experience with Stitch Fix started off rocky it has improved with each fix. The advice I was given by a friend who is a stylist for Titch Fix was to be incredibly specific, ie. “I don’t like clingy tops, I’m looking for tops with 3/4 sleeves, I like some color but nothing bright.” Also, link up your Pinterest boards and that helps a ton! Also follow Stitch Fix on Pinterest and you can request specific things they pin.

Too bad that striped top with the cool back didn’t work. I’m a sucker for that color/stripe combo!

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Cameron says · 08.13.15

Do you remember what brand that shirt with the fun back was or where I could find it? That would be a perfect shirt for fall here in Michigan!

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Amanda says · 08.13.15

I’d like to know this too! I really want to see the front of that top because I’m obsessed with the back!

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Sarah says · 08.14.15

Me too! The back was fabulous and I am guessing it would be perfect for fall in Maine!

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Nicki says · 12.17.15

I too would luv shirt w fun back.

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Amanda says · 08.13.15

I got the gray and white striped shirt, too! It was also the only thing I kept. However, I love the first blue shirt you pictured.

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Jody says · 08.13.15

I had to say the first blue top looked like it was made for you. I totally understand the neutral color thing, but sometimes stepping out of your box can be good. I am doing that in my personal life with clothes. You looked radiant in that first blue top!!!!

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MurdocksMama says · 08.13.15

Okay, what brand is the gray & white stripe asymetrical shirt? I LOVE IT!!

PS…love your faces! 🙂

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Kim says · 08.13.15

i love that grey top! Sounds like a great concept, but I think I’d be a little weary of already spending $20 too! Thanks for explaining how these work 🙂

Kim

http://trendkeeper.me .. Fashion #priorities & the best lip tint

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kerry says · 08.13.15

The first top did look the best on you, but I can understand all the reasons you didn’t like it. But I have no idea why you kept the last one, especially after looking through all the photos. You’ve got plenty of grey and plenty of horizontal striped stuff… and if you look from the first to the last, it looks like you gained 10 lbs when you put on the last top. It just does nothing for you because the white strips make the natural eye extend your waistline further out than it actually is.

I understand its hard to get back into the grove and balance being Mom and being beauty blogger… but you do actually look good, have nice body shape, and can pull off a lot more than you think you can while balancing it all being functional for your active mom-life as well. .

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Morgan says · 08.13.15

I agree 100%. The blue top was such a flattering cut, color and pattern. Instantly slimming. The boring as heck grey top made her look like all the other grey tops do, 10 lbs heavier and shapeless.

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Jen says · 08.13.15

I agree 100%. Kate is beautiful with a very nice figure. When I saw the picture with the blue shirt, I couldn’t believe how thin she looked and how it brightened up her whole look. I get it- I gravitate towards black clothes that hide my post-partum body. I’ve been hiding behind stripes and solids, too. I know she’s said she’s stuck in a rut, and I think she needs to step out of her box. The boxy, solid or striped grey tops with higher necks make her look about 10lbs heavier than she is. The blue was gorgeous on her. I don’t love patterns, either, but the pattern did give some interest and made her look thin. I need to step out of my box, too!

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Katie says · 08.14.15

That last shirt looks like any other Loft top you already own. I feel like you need a grey top intervention hahaha. “Kate, put down the boring grey shirts!!”

Not a hater. Trust me I love my basic colors too, but with your blonde hair and blue eyes you should try to expand your horizons with some pops of color. It will really brighten your face up!

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Missy Robinson says · 08.13.15

Those jeans are worth every penny – they look fabulouso! Please share the details so I can request them!

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Blake Harris says · 08.13.15

I just got my first fix last month and it was a fun experience, I only kept a necklace though. One thing I did that they recommended was set up a Stitch Fix Inspiration Board on Pinterest and linked in to my Stitch Fix account for my stylist to check out.

Also, totally off topic, I love the carpeting in that room do you know what brand/color it is?

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Kim says · 08.13.15

Good call on returning the grey white stripped shirt that had the fun back. The knot material snags ALL THE TIME and it’s not washer friendly. I kept it because grey/stripe love but it’s just okay. I’ve been increasingly annoyed with my stitch fix boxes as they don’t really seem that well thought out and end up not liking most items. Glad you tried it again!

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Mary Kate says · 08.13.15

That grey and white sweater top is absolutely adorable!

Mary Kate

http://www.mynewchicagolife.com

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Pepper says · 08.13.15

I think that first shirt was BEAUTIFUL on you! The color works well with your skin and hair and it accents your tiny waist! And it would be great with a cardigan or blazer.

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Angela says · 08.13.15

I tried Trendsend after your post, but I also had no luck. I did like 1 pair of jeans but there is no way I’m paying $170 for some jeans. I can buy like 5 pairs of levi’s skinnies that I know I love and hold up well for that price. I’ve done several stitch fixes now and this time I kept my whole box. It’s really important to give them detailed feedback. I may try trendsend again since it doesn’t cost anything.

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brooke says · 08.13.15

The first top looks great on you!!!

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Nicole says · 08.13.15

I love le tote.
It’s sommuch more stylish

Stitch fix ads look good but the clothes I see all my friends post look so much like thrift store old school finds. Not cute.

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Denise Z says · 08.13.15

Too funny! I know someone else who got both the first top and the last in her box, too–and she felt exactly the same way about each of them–blue one went back, gray striped one she kept! I think that blue top looks great on you (it did on her, too), but it doesn’t “lool” like you. But maybe that’s because we don’t see you in those brighter colors often. Do you think you would have liked it if it was solid blue and not the print? (I think it would be cute with white jeans–but probably not practical for you right now with the boys). Loved the faces!

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Denise Z says · 08.13.15

That should be it doesn’t “look” like you.

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Patti Smith says · 08.13.15

I was pretty surprised at the Stitch Fix prices…I’ve only gotten one box, but in that one box, I either disliked the item or wouldn’t have paid the price for the couple of things I liked. Does that make sense? I adjusted my profile and gave as specific of feedback as I possibly could. I’ll try again, but I may just have to continue roaming around the sales racks on my own. :p

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Jenny says · 08.13.15

I’ve done a box like this before, but it was $50. I received 3 pieces of name brand clothing, all of which didn’t fit me properly or was plain ugly. I sent it all back and canceled the service! I’m going to wait around until services like this become well worth it, because I do love the idea (I personally hate clothes shopping!).
xx
Jenny // Mish Mosh Makeup

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Laura says · 08.13.15

I got that same grey dolmain shirt in my summer fix, but sent it back because it wasn’t right for the weather! I’ve got how I styled it on my blog, along with what I’ve gotten from my other two fixes!

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Sarah says · 08.13.15

So funny, I kept the same exact shirt in navy/white from my first box too. I’m currently deciding what to keep from my second one, but I thought they did a much better job the second time around based on my feedback from the first one. If anything, it has made me try one items I wouldn’t normally look twice at and will hopefully diversify my SAHM wardrobe a little bit. And I agree with previous posters, I liked the first blue top on you! If you get another one you should post the pictures on Instagram and get feedback before sending them back, that would be fun!

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Melissa says · 08.13.15

Wow! I almost can’t believe you sent back that long-sleeved grey/white striped shirt with the fun back… it seemed perfect for you! Not surprised at which one you kept, though…. I’m intrigued now about this “wardrobe in a box” concept. Maybe I’ll start with Trendsend just since it’s free. Nothing lost.

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Lisa says · 08.13.15

I actually really like the first blue top!! It looks really nice on you. This type of sleeveless is what I like because I’m self-concious of my shoulders/arms so I would much rather wear this style than spaghetti strap top. Plus, it can be worn to church/to work/in the general public and look appropriate and put together. The pattern would also hide whatever I’m uncomfortable with in my tummy area after having my son. This sounds like I’m trying to pursuade you to like it! (Am I? lol jk No I’m not). But I do like the sweater you ended up keeping 🙂

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Andrea says · 08.13.15

Did you write down the brands of the shirt with the cute back and the one you kept? i’d love to know because those are totally my style!

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Erin @ Her Heartland Soul says · 08.13.15

I love that last shirt on you! And the first one too!

Her Heartland Soul
http://herheartlandsoul.com

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Brandi says · 08.13.15

The shirt you kept… I can think of 5 of my friends that have it in different color combos! It has to be their top selling shirt:) any time I see someone with it I ask if they do Stitch Fix. My shirt is about 2 years old!

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Erin Ens says · 08.13.15

I also don’t like that blue top but I do LOVE the color on you! You are so adorable!

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Dominique says · 08.13.15

I actually think you looked great in all of them, even the blue! I’m gonna have to try this Stitch fix thing.

http://www.writingmotherfashionista.com

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Pearl says · 08.13.15

I thought you looked pretty darn good in all the things! And so trim! Xx

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Michelle W says · 08.13.15

Would it be possible for you to include the prices for each item? Thank you!

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Claudia says · 08.13.15

There are so many beautiful, vibrant colors you could look great in. I’m not sure what this fixation with gray is, but you’re a pretty girl, young, you could be wearing such pretty, feminine pieces. You could try starting out with pale pieces, a pale apricot or rose would be so lovely on you, and it wouldn’t be super bright or harsh. Or maybe find a top that matches a lipstick you really love. You know the color will flatter you, and you’ll start being more comfortable with color.

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Jocelyn C says · 08.13.15

Do you have any details on those last two tops? I love them both and would love to see where I can find them!

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Jennifer says · 08.13.15

I have also had so-so luck with Stitch Fix. I tend to keep at least one thing from each box because I feel like I’ve already paid half! However, I do love the surprise factor! Have you tried Haute Hanger? Similar concept, but you are not charged unless you keep something. They have better prices and each item comes wrapped with a cute accessory! Check them out!

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Evelyn says · 08.13.15

I actually like the first shirt on you, though I usually avoid blue shirt with blue jeans. The last two are also cute! Those are interesting services, but I guess I would prefer to shop directly on websites with free returns.

But trying it out at home is really good indeed!

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Renee says · 08.13.15

I have to say the first shirt (blue sleeveless) looked by far the best on you! You should reconsider those styled tops! Please provide the information for the top with the asymmetrical back, it is so cute! Love your blog!

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Christy says · 08.13.15

It’s sad that these companies do not want to sell to women that are above a 14. I just had a baby 4 months ago and I’m a 16, going down slowly. I went on to both sites, excited about having someone do the shopping for me because I’m tired, work full time and have money to spend. You’d think if the average size is increasing in the US, they’d want to sell to the “average”. That’s discouraging.

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Beth says · 08.13.15

Kate, I signed up for an Trendsend box last week because of your post. And it was for the very reason you mentioned in this post. I really didn’t want to sink $20 into Stitch Fix and end up not keeping any items. Thanks for the reviews. Looking forward to receiving my Trendsend box!

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Bonnie says · 08.13.15

When I saw the first picture, my immediate thought was,”Wow, she has really gotten her figure back.” You looked amazing in that pic; both jeans and top. I’m sorry you didn’t like it.

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K says · 08.13.15

I tried Stitch Fix at least three times, I think four fixes, and I was not happy with it at all. I only found one thing out of all of them that I sort of liked.. and I didn’t think the prices were that great for the quality of most of the items.

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Cara says · 08.13.15

I’m actually wearing the shirt you kept right now! Love it. It’s really too warm outside for it right now, but it’s perfect in my air-conditioned office 🙂

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Jacqueline says · 08.13.15

I think the first top looked so good on you- very slenderizing. You would look great in a cute print that you could throw a cardigan on top of for fall. I live in South Louisiana so fall weather doesn’t show up until almost November so any heavy clothing is out of the question here also. You may not have liked most of the items you received, but you get to try on clothes that you probably wouldn’t have otherwise. Sometimes the things I think I’ll dislike the most are the ones I end up loving.

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Kerri says · 08.13.15

I think the boxes are hit or miss so I am constantly updating my profile. I think that is the key to getting good items. I am always excited to get my box, it’s like opening Christmas gifts to see what items were picked!!

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vanessa mayer says · 08.13.15

I have and LOVE that same top you kept! Its so cute on you. You will wear it all. the. time. just warning you 😉

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Elaina says · 08.13.15

I’ll add my voice to the chorus… the first one, the sleeveless blue top, was the most flattering and slimming of the bunch. Really, you looked great in it. You look great in so many things, but that outfit, in particular, was a winner. Bummed that didn’t feel good in it. My two cent’s worth: invite a girlfriend over the next time you try things on. We get used to seeing ourselves in a certain way, and sometimes it takes someone else’s input to shake us out of our rut. For you it’s stripes. For me it’s tunic tops. Please don’t let me buy another tunic top. 🙂

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April | Our Little Loves says · 08.13.15

that back is super cute. I hate when shirts are too short!

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Bee says · 08.13.15

I very sadly quit Stitch Fix when the stylists (who were different each and every time) seemed to be deliberately choosing what I hated. For example, I returned a pair of skinny orange low-riding jeans saying they were too tight and that I don’t like low-riding jeans. Then sent the exact same pair in the next fix with a one-inch larger waistband. I said over and over in my profile and my feedback that my upper arms are heavy and so I needed looser sleeves and no tanks, and every fix had several tanks or worse – the dreaded cap sleeve! Love the concept, but until they come up with one that’s focused on the middle-aged mama I can’t get on board.

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Megan says · 08.13.15

I despise cap sleeves!!!! I requested no tanks/sleeveless tops for my first fix, so I’m really hoping they don’t send a box full of them!

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Michelle says · 08.13.15

Generally, how much are the clothes?

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Megan says · 08.13.15

I would really love to know what answers you put for your style profile! I’m just curious because it seems like what you got is totally off from your preferences. I should be getting my first fix on the 20th of this month and I’m hoping my $20 doesn’t go to waste.

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Joy says · 08.13.15

Try trunk club. It’s amazing! Much better than stich fix

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Jen says · 08.13.15

I think the faces are totally appropriate and hilarious!

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amanda june says · 08.13.15

you look amazing and so tiny in the first photo — that shirt and those jeans look fantastic on you! of course it’s important for you to feel good in what you’re wearing…but maybe you could look for something similar without the things you disliked about that top. the shirt you chose looks comfy but also very familiar — and a previous commenter is right, to look from that last photo up to the top one (or the 3rd) it looks like you’ve lost 15 pounds! of course how you look and showing off your shape aren’t everything in life so whatever makes you happy 🙂

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Maren Brooks says · 08.14.15

Outfit #1 is the most flattering outfit you’ve ever put on and looks incredible. You should really reconsider it. The blouse gives you a waistline and a very nice shape at that. Also the color really brightens you. #2 no. #3 and #4 aren’t very flattering in cut, color and they don’t emphasize your great shape.

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Rachele says · 08.14.15

Just an idea… When you collaborated with Kara, she kind of pushed you outside your “everyday” and gave you an amazing and fun makeover.

Have you considered collaborating with a clothes styling guru? You look great, but after two littles so close you no doubt have a different shape than you once had. I wish you could collaborate with someone and do a video series on dressing for ones shape… Maybe you and a few of your friends that have different shapes could consult with someone who really knows there stuff and share the video. Kind of in the spirit of what not to wear, but more “real” and less throw away all your clothes…

From the front view, that first top looked great on you. Not sure how the other angles looked, it might have clung in places that you might not like cling…but you should definitely consider more color and more tailored. Definitely a path out of your comfort zone you might want to try 🙂

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Alisa says · 08.14.15

Guuuurrrrllll….. Don’t even apologize about your house not being finished. Honestly it makes you seem more real! You’ve got two littles and I’m super impressed by all you’ve done so far. I’ve been in my house for 18 months, only have one baby, and am lightyears behind you.

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Heidi says · 08.14.15

I really liked the first top on you. It’s very flattering! I also really liked the top with the interesting back, although I can understand why you didn’t keep it if it’s too warm for your climate.

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Kelly says · 08.14.15

I love the back on the striped grey top! Do you happen to remember which company makes it?

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Abby says · 08.14.15

I like the first top on you also, but not with those jeans. I could see you wearing that with a skirt. But I can also see how that style is kinda 7-8 years ago or more. Or maybe boring office wear. Also, if you aren’t comfortable in something, and it doesn’t make you feel good about yourself, why wear it? To please other people?

The top with the fun back is also cute and I’d like the short top for myself.

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Shannon says · 08.14.15

Have you tried or heard of Gwynnie Bee? It’s basically Netflix for clothes. Sizes 10-32, so for bigger women too 🙂 I’ve been using it for about 6 months and love it. You’re constantly getting something new to try and you just send it back when you’re done with it. You also have the option of buying it…

http://goo.gl/pOua68

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Elisha says · 08.14.15

Ok, I never comment. But sheesh. Clothing is personal preference. Give a girl a break. She likes the gray striped top. Great! Rock it! She doesn’t like the blue? Cool! We are all different, with different likes and personalities. Be confident in who you are. God made you uniquely “you”!

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Rebecca says · 08.15.15

You look gorgeous in all these clothes. I do like the blue shirt, but I love color, pattern yada yada. It kind of does stink about the $20 ‘styling fee’ with Stitchfix – I’ve done it a few times and have always found something to keep. But losing that $20 would be a bummer. Thanks for sharing!

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Gretchen says · 08.15.15

This top was great for one solitary reason. It represented everything I dislike in a single shirt.” That was a set-up and punchline than any stand-up comedian would be proud of.

I love the faces! I tend to make those when taking selfies. I think you should keep making them in some of your photos on your blog. We see so many of you smiling and unbelievably pretty — but you are also very funny. These photos express that side of you so well.

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Rachel says · 08.15.15

The top that you kept gets sent to every StitchFix order at some point (usually one of the first fixes) and almost everyone keeps it. Keep an eye out, you’ll see it ever where

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Matilda says · 08.15.15

Kate (and fans), please don’t take this the wrong way, but the horizontal stripes do nothing for you. I also love stripes, but have learned to dress for my post-baby body in mainly vertical stripes. They really elongate and slim the torso, as opposed to horizontal, which widens and emphasizes the stomach.

Color also looks great on you. Grey isn’t doing much in that arena either! You should use it more as an accent color.

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Sarah says · 08.16.15

I just quit stitchfix after my sixth box… and probably should have done it way before that. That was my third time sending all five items back. It got to the point where I would get really excited for my next box to come, and within minutes of trying everything on felt angry and disappointed again. No thank you, stitchfix. I was intrigued by your trendsend review, checked it out and was already way impressed with the style form part compared with stitchfix.

And yes, that shirt you kept seems to get sent to everyone who uses the service, but not me. I would have been thrilled to see something like that!

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Lori says · 08.17.15

LOL….don’t even worry about your house not being ‘finished”. we have lived in ours for many years and still don’t have a shower curtain in one of the bathrooms (we don’t use that one much anyway!)

LOVE LOVE LOVED that blue top on you! You have nice arms and it was a great color for you! Not too bright but a little pop of color!!

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Brittani Croft says · 08.17.15

I absolutely love the gray shirt that you kept! It looks so comfy and is so flattering! I have always struggled with horizontal stripes but you inspire me to try them more often because they look so great on you. I’m so curious to know what brand that gray keeper shirt is? I went through all the comments to see if anyone else asked but all I saw is that several others have it. I just love it!

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Nadia says · 08.17.15

This is such an awesome & genuine review. Really appreciate posts like this. That grey and white striped top is definitely a winner! xox N.
http://mielandmint.blogspot.co.uk/

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Andria says · 08.17.15

I actually thought the first top looked really good on you but I also do not like sleeveless or things that cling. I also got a pair of pants that was loose in the waste and tight every where else. My 2nd box comes next week.

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Sarai Hansen says · 08.18.15

I just watched Justin’s Story on YouTube and I was just amazed with how strong you both are. It takes a lot of faith to just keep on keeping on through life. Thank you for sharing that.

Also, I had no idea that Trendsend and Stitchfix even existed! Super excited to try these out!!

http://www.lavendersblush.com/

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Morgan says · 08.20.15

The blue shirt really looks great on you! But I have similar feelings towards various clothing characteristics. And that grey sweater with the awesome back? Gimme. Gimme. Gimme.

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becky m says · 08.20.15

I also am a mom of two young kids (though older than yours) and have also found that I have things I’d rather do than browse clothing. If I can make a recommendation, check the local Macy’s in your area. Mine has a personal shopping service and it is THE BEST! You can specify your tastes and what you are looking for and she will pull things for you in advance. Then give real time feedback as you try things on with her and she’ll pull more, get sizes, etc. The service is FREE and so wonderful. I’ve had her help me with my back to corporate life wardrobe, casual clothing and even the entire family for coordinated portraits.

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Kesha says · 01.26.16

Name of stripped gray sweater with the fun back detail

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