I got my second Stitch Fix today! The first thing I did, like last time, was read the intro card that came with it. This one said that my stylist (Hanah this time) saw a lot of distressed denim on my Pinterest page, so she included a pair in my Fix. (I just took a look, and there are some pins on there with distressed demin - more than I realized, but I wouldn't have considered it to be "a lot." I really don't like distressed denim that much.) She also said that she knew I loved polka dots (yes!), so she included a top she thought I would love.
When I opened the box, I found 2 pairs of jeans and 3 tops. Both pairs of jeans, though, were skinny, which I really can't stand. I guess the odd pair must have snuck through on Pinterest to indicate that would be a good choice for me... ? For some reason my pictures this time are even worse than last time, so I apologize.
The first pair of jeans was Kensie Jeans "Sophia" Distressed Skinny Jean ($88). I don't have a full-length mirror, so the picture is here just to give you an idea of the wash:
Next up, another pair of Kensie Jeans, the "Johnny" Skinny Jeans ($88). Again, no full-length mirror:
Next, one of the three tops, Olive & Oak's "Tanya" Tank ($44):
Next up was Pomelo's "Blake" Ruched Shirt ($48):
The last top was the one the stylist mentioned in her note, Kut From The Kloth's "Prescott" shirt ($58):
All in all, I'm happy with Stitch Fix still! I got another shirt I love, and I didn't have to set foot in an store. If you are interested in trying it out (you pay $20 for each box as a styling fee, but it goes toward your purchase of anything in the box), here's my referral link!