Happy May! I’m excited to share my May Stitch Fix Unboxing blog post! It’s always exciting to see what I’ll get in this customized subscription box, scroll down to see what I received!
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So, I can’t believe it’s already the middle of May. This was a very unusual Mother’s Day being in quarantine, however, I have to admit it was my favorite one so far!
Usually, I’m off to the Women in Travel Summit right before Mother’s Day each year where I meet up with my family travel blogger colleagues and get to focus on growing my business and being a #bossmom. So, it was kind of weird not going anywhere.
But, the weather in Seattle has been gorgeous and we kind of made it a Mother’s Day weekend full of yummy food, backyard activities, and lots of quiet time for me.
I’ve started getting into puzzles and it’s been amazing to turn up the music in my noise-cancelling headphones and just focus on putting together gorgeous puzzles that remind me of our trips to Paris and Hawaii.
Since we can’t travel right now, I’ve basically been wearing the same black yoga pants over and over (and over and over) again. It’s making me feel a bit meh.
And I’ve been doing way more video calls that I ever imagined and I’m always at a loss about what to wear that doesn’t look too dressed up or too sloppy.
So, I asked my Stitch Fix stylist to pull a few looks that are comfy, cozy, but still cute.
Let’s take a peek at what was inside my May 2020 Stitch Fix box:
Stitch Fix Unboxing and Try On | May 2020
So, the Stitch Fix boxes I’ve been getting the past few months have been a bit hit/miss when it comes to my travel plans. Let’s see if my stylist was on the money with her Stitch Fix selections and whether or not this Stitch Fix unboxing is a hit or a miss.
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See what I thought of my March 2020 Stitch Fix Box.
LEVEL 99 | ANABELLE JOGGER LINEN PANT
I’ve been looking for pants that aren’t yoga pants or pajama bottoms. Something that I’d feel comfortable wearing on my walk to the mail box or sitting on my front porch watching my kids play in the driveway.
When I pulled this out of my Stitch Fix box, I was intrigued but not impressed.
Retail Price: $88.00
What I Liked about this Anabelle Jogger Linen Pant
I really like the color. It’s a pretty greyish/tan color that would go with a lot of cute tops. I like that this would be easy to dress up with a nice top or dress down.
These would also be nice for traveling around Europe in the summer.
What I Didn’t Like about this Anabelle Jogger Linen Pant
In my mind, jogger pants have elastic at the bottom of the pant leg. This is more like a tapered leg and I didn’t like the look. The fabric was also much stiffer than I expected for it being made of linen.
They were also super wrinkly when I pulled them out of the box and I know it would annoy me to wear wrinkled clothing.
FINAL VERDICT: Return
MASON & BELLE | KINGLAKE MIXED MATERIAL TOP
I admit, I haven’t been a big fan of mixed material tops. Stitch Fix has sent me quite a few floral and striped shirts and it’s just not my style.
But, I liked this shirt when I grabbed it out of the box.
Retail Price: $36
What I Liked about this Kinglake Mixed Material Top
I’m a huge fan of grey and I thought the floral print complemented the grey very nicely. The shirt is also super soft and lays well when I tried it on.
I like that the floral part is more of a blouse-y fabric, which makes me feel like it’s a step up from the average t-shirt.
What I Didn’t Like about this Kinglake Mixed Material Top
The floral part is a little bit see-through. Not enough that I’d have to wear a camisole, but I think I probably would just because I’m modest.
Even though I did like the shirt, I decided it wasn’t 100% my style so I had to return it.
FINAL VERDICT: Return
STITCHES&STRIPES | BARDI TEXTURED CREW NECK PULLOVER
Here in Washington, we wear sweaters year-round. We’re all about the layers and I keep my lightweight sweaters in my drawers so I can wear on chilly mornings or cool evenings.
I love pullovers because I also wear them with sweats and pajama pants.
Retail Price: $64.00
What I Liked about this Bardi Textured Crew Neck Pullover
I love how soft and cozy this crew neck sweater is. It’s nice to wear with jeans or a skirt, but it also works well with lounge wear pants.
And it has horizontal piping to give a little hint of a stripe, which is cute.
What I Didn’t Like about this Bardi Textured Crew Neck Pullover
The COLOR. It looks like baby blowout poop and I can’t think of anything else. It’s definitely greener in person than any mustard color I’ve ever seen. The photo above is much yellower than it really is.
FINAL VERDICT: Return
STITCHES&STRIPES | PARSIE LIGHTWEIGHT CARDIGAN
I watch a ton of Netflix movies that take place at the beach and the women are always throwing on a beachy cardigan to walk in the sand and it just looks so chic.
I’ve been wanting to add that look into my life so I can at least dream about being at the beach (especially Cape Kiwanda on the Oregon Coast!)
Retail Price: $68.00
What I Liked about this Parsie Lightweight Cardigan
I really like the colorful stripes. I love the pale pink, blue, and creamy white colors because they make me think of a weekend on the coast.
I also like that it’s lightweight and easy to pull over a tank top or t-shirt.
What I Didn’t Like about this Parsie Lightweight Cardigan
It’s not very soft. In fact, it’s borderline scratchy.
FINAL VERDICT: Return
T4T | JETTA CULOTTE PANT
I’ve been wearing pajama pants all day more often than I’d like to admit. I love how they are lightweight, stretchy, and don’t make my legs hot on Spring days.
But, I won’t wear them out of the house. So, I need something that feels like pajamas but can pass for regular pants.
Retail Price: $39.00
What I Liked about this Jetta Culotte Pant
They are insanely soft! I’m talking baby blanket soft. And they are super stretchy and make me feel put together but not uncomfortable.
I have a pair of black culottes that I love but they are just too tight right now. We’ve been cooking a LOT of yummy food (like Mickey beignets and Hawaiian Malasadas) and I’ve definitely gained a few pounds.
These ones fit perfectly and will stay comfy whether I gain or lose a few pounds this year.
These would also be awesome for wearing on long flights, on local road trips, or for PNW weekend getaways.
What I Didn’t Like about this Jetta Culotte Pant
The pants were a little thinner than I’d like. I could see VPL, but my husband couldn’t.
FINAL VERDICT: Keep
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Overall, I’d say this Stitch Fix Unboxing was pretty good!
I can’t wait to wear my new culotte pants while hanging out at home or for when it’s safe to travel again. I can see them being awesome for our Disney trips paired with Minnie Ears!
These items were exactly the types of things I had in mind when I asked for leisure wear that still looked cute. My stylist did a great job and I can’t wait to see what she brings me next month!