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Stitch Fix Unboxing & Try On: June 2019

Stitch Fix Unboxing & Try On: June 2019

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I’m excited to share my June Stitch Fix unboxing video and blog post! It’s always exciting to see what I’ll get in this customized subscription box!

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Stitch Fix Unboxing + Try On | June 2019

If you’ve been reading my Stitch Fix unboxing and reviews, you’ll know that my boxes have been pretty hit or miss.

A few things that have helped is creating a Stitch Fix Pinterest board and leaving detailed notes for my stylist.

For June, I let my stylist know that I’d be exploring Knott’s Berry Farm and Disneyland with my 5 year old this month.

So, I was looking for comfortable, yet stylish, clothing to wear all day at the Parks. And I wanted them to photograph well.

I think I should have been a bit more specific about the types of clothing I like to wear at the Parks because I wasn’t expecting any of these items in my latest Stitch Fix box.

And don’t forget that if you sign up using my link, you’ll get $25 off your first Stitch Fix box!

See what I thought of my May 2019 Stitch Fix Box.


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As soon as I pulled out this polka dot top from my Summer 2019 Stitch Fix box, I was completely underwhelmed.

It feels pretty boring to me and the shape of it is very “meh.”

After reading the note from my stylist, I understand that she was trying to find a neutral top that wouldn’t clash with the colorful Disneyland background.

Retail Price: $58.00

My June 2019 Stitch Fix box had lots of Summer 2019 tops perfect for travel!

Benny Surplice Mixed Media Blouse from 41 Hawthorne.

What I Liked about this Benny Surplice Mixed Media Blouse:

The pattern actually doesn’t bother me.

While I wouldn’t have sought it out at a store, I totally get how this would pair with a lot of shorts or pants and almost any pair of Minnie ears would look cute.

What I Didn’t Like about this Benny Surplice Mixed Media Blouse:

I’m not a fan of boxy shirts and this one just looked frumpy when I pulled it out of my Summer 2019 Stitch Fix box.

Then, when I tried it on, it still looked frumpy.

It was also made of some sort of nylon or polyester and I could just imagine sweating in it and having the shirt cling to me and just feeling gross.

And it was fairly see-through.



This shirt reminds me of a mullet.

The front has yellow and white stripes and the back has a giant floral print with unnecessary buttons. So, I guess it’s business up front, party in the back?

This is probably the third or fourth time Stitch Fix has sent me a Pink Clover shirt and I always give feedback that I don’t like this brand.

It feels like they have a surplus and are trying to send this brand to anyone who might remotely be interested in it.

Retail Price: $34.00

This June 2019 Stitch Fix was full of trendy shirts perfect for busy moms.

Dairrica Button Back Knit Top from Pink Clover.

What I Liked about this Dairrica Button Back Knit Top:

I’m a fan of yellow this season, so I like how happy these stripes are.

What I Didn’t Like about this Dairrica Button Back Knit Top:

I’m starting to be “over” all the stripes. It actually reminds me of my maternity clothes.

I really didn’t like the floral print in the back of the shirt. I thought it cheapened the entire look. And this shirt screamed “mom” to me in the worst way possible.



I haven’t really worn shorts much these past few years. After having kids, I’ve been having a hard time finding shorts that fit right and that don’t feel too short.

So, I specifically asked for shorts in this Stitch Fix box.

When I pulled them out, my 5-year-old asked “are those for you or for me?” Exactly.

Retail Price: $64.00

These linen shorts from my June 2019 Stitch Fix box are sure to keep moms cool during hot summer months.

Laird Linen Short from Level 99

What I Liked about this Laird Linen Short:

I love how lightweight they feel and they would be super breatheable. And the color is neutral enough to go with a lot of different tops.

Plus, they feel like gym shorts without looking like activewear.

What I Didn’t Like about this Laird Linen Short:

They were very short. Like, I was worried about my booty hanging out of them.

Trying them on made me realize how modest I usually am. I know I’d feel uncomfortable walking around because I don’t wear shorts this short.



I actually wanted to scream when I pulled this one out.

For one thing, I don’t want to get a funky tan line when hanging in SoCal sunshine.

But, most importantly, I don’t want to have to wear a strapless bra and be constantly adjusting it every time I swing my backpack on at Disneyland.

Retail Price: $34.00

This trendy top for women was part of my Summer 2019 Stitch Fix box.

Jonesman One Shoulder Knit Top from Kaileigh.

What I Liked about this Jonesman One Shoulder Knit Top:

The navy color is quite nice. And the shirt felt super soft and comfy.

What I Didn’t Like about this Jonesman One Shoulder Knit Top:

I HATE one shoulder shirts. Plus, it was cut really wide and gave me bad Flashdance vibes.



I’m always on the hunt for new dresses and that’s been a priority for my Spring 2019 and Summer 2019 Stitch Fix boxes.

Since I did the big KonMari purge of my closet last year, I’m pretty particular about which dresses make the cut.

I have to love the print, color, fabric, and design to invite a dress into my closet.

To be fair, I probably would have pulled this off the rack for a closer look, but then I would have put it back.

Retail Price: $78.00

I asked my Stitch Fix stylist for brightly colored clothing and this teal dress was a lot of fun!

Darcy Lattice Detail Midi Dress from Collective Concepts.

What I Liked about this Darcy Lattice Detail Midi Dress:

I really like the ruffled hem. It’s cute and flirty and it’s easy to dress up or down. And the teal color is pretty!

What I Didn’t Like about this Darcy Lattice Detail Midi Dress:

Ugh. The same fabric issue. I know I’d sweat underneath this and feel super gross.

The style also reminds me of a maternity dress I owned a few years ago.


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Overall, I’d say this Stitch Fix unboxing was underwhelming 🙁

While I didn’t end up purchasing anything from this Stitch Fix box, I did try some new styles and colors. And I know that my stylist Jennifer is trying to help.

In her note to me, she seemed genuinely excited about our trip and finding items that I didn’t already own, which I appreciated.

Next month, I’m heading back to Disneyland with my husband and two boys, so there’s one more shot for cute clothes to wear at Disneyland! Wish me luck!

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My next Stitch Fix Unboxing will be in July, stay tuned and click here for last month’s unboxing!

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