Welcome to my 18th Stitch Fix box, business casual outfits! I want to first apologize for not writing last month… I received a box and it was a bust (Box #17)! 🙁 Since it was such a bust, I switched stylists. I am now receiving boxes from Becca. 🙂 I asked Becca for a business causal themed box since I started a new job! I am a resource coordinator for a non-profit organization that advocates people with disabilities. I’m excited for the opportunity, and to show you what I got!
Liverpool Anita Skinny Pant ($78.00)
I wanted to love these pants, they are like butter! However, because of how petite I am (4’11” here), they were pooling at the knees… not a good look. 🙁 I need extra extra petite! Is it such a thing?! Let me know if there is in the comments. Also, take note of my gorgeous taupe Tieks! Love!
Gilli Kamilie Faux Suede Knit Dress ($68.00)
Wow. Wow. Wow. This dress is so soft and feminine. It’s perfect to wear to the office on a sunny day! The floral is beautiful, and the top part is a charcoal grey… so pretty. Be sure to request this in your next fix… it’s a must for a business casual day!!!
Colette Chavez Pop Color Cuff Knit Top ($54.00)
I wasn’t a fan of the top because of the yellow sleeves and the stripes. Yellow doesn’t look good on me as I have a yellow-ish tone to my skin. It’s very soft and clings to your body – which is a plus if you want to show it off! 🙂
Daniel Rainn Koda Split Neck Top ($68.00)
I love the green in this top! It’s so pretty and the style of the top is perfect for the job. However, I wasn’t fond of the thin material or the price tag. I have found better deals at JC Penny’s and Macy’s for top like these for a fraction of the cost.
Toms Cosmopolitan Distressed Leather Tote ($158.00)
I wanted to like this bag, I really did.. but it didn’t feel like leather. It felt more like suede, and for the price, I could get a cheaper tote elsewhere.
There you have it – my 18th Stitch Fix box, Business Casual Outfits! I hope you enjoyed viewing my goodies! Is there a piece that you liked? Loved? Hated? Let me know in the comments! 🙂
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