Friends, I’ve fallen into a rut. The exact definition of a rut. A habit or pattern of behavior that has become dull and unproductive but is hard to change. Yup…that’s me with my wardrobe. I love shopping. I’m not the person that hates buying clothes for myself or can never find anything that looks decent. I have a style! It’s called…mom casual? I’m somewhere between yoga pants and a zip up hoodie and designer jeans, heels and trendy tops. I wear a pretty typical mom “uniform” of black leggings or skinny jeans, a long tank, a cardi and boots. I don’t like to wear sweats or yoga pants when I leave the house, yet don’t have time to be a fashion icon either. I like to look put together, but be comfy enough to be chasing around my 4 little munchkins all day. The problem is, I gravitate towards buying the same things. All.the.time. And not only the same types of pieces, but always the same colors. Black, gray, black, charcoal gray, black, light gray, black, medium gray…sometimes a splash of pink if I’m feeling saucy. I don’t even know why…I like color! I really do!
I kept seeing ads for Stitch Fix pop up on my Facebook feed. So either Mark Zuckerberg is now a mindreader, or he sees my pictures and thinks I could use some help. Either way…I took it as a sign and went ahead and signed up! My first fix came today, and I couldn’t have been more excited!
I was hoping to like just 1 or 2 things from the box, but after trying everything on…I loved all 5! My stylist really did an amazing job in following exactly what I asked for. When I was trying to decide what to keep, I went through what I had already in my closet to see what I could put together for spring incorporating the new pieces.
Overall, I am so happy with my fix, and I’m already looking forward to the next one! I am determined to get out of my “uniform” rut once and for all!
Here is a referral link if you’d like to check it out as well. Have you done Stitch Fix already? What did you think?