One of my “goals” this year is to take more outfit photos again. I used to take them all the time and they were always so fun. Some may think these “selfies” are a little silly, but they help to boost my self-confidence and I view that as a win in my book. If there’s anything I want to teach my daughter it’s to love herself and love the way that she looks and I like to think that this is one way of teaching her that.
And you can’t see it, but she’s off in the corner posing right along with me– that’s what that big grin is all about in this first photo. My little sweetheart always knows how to make her mama smile!
The Pants: Can I just tell you that I’m a little worried that Stitch Fix has peered right into my brain? I was just talking to my friend the other day about how I really need to get a new pair of pants– ones that I can wear on those “business casual” occasions. A pair of pants that isn’t leggings or yoga pants, but can be easily dressed up or down. Uh hello. These cords foot the bill. They’re absolutely perfect + the fit is amazing. Not too tight and not too loose. Yeah, I’m a little bit in love.
The Scarf: If I saw this leopard (or “jaguar print” as Alea calls it) print scarf at the store, I honestly probably wouldn’t buy it. However, after actually trying it on I realized that it would be so unbelievably cute with just about anything. I own a pair of leopard flats that I just love– so why not add a leopard scarf to my closet as well? This one is fuzzy and warm, too. Perfect for our freezing cold Wisconsin temps we’ve been experiencing lately!
Not Pictured: I also kept this adorable striped shirt by Olive & Oak. It wasn’t even a question. The colors, the stripes, I was swooning the second I laid eyes on it!
How does it work:
1. Head on over to StitchFix.com and fill out a super cute, easy + fun style profile + pay a $20 styling fee.
2. The stylists at Stitch Fix will pick out 5 pieces they think suit your style profile and send them your way.
3. You receive a pretty little Stitch Fix box packed with these goodies and style cards to help you style your new pieces.
4. Style your new pieces and have fun playing dress-up to decide which pieces you’d like to keep.
5. Log on to your Stitch Fix profile + tell them what you liked + didn’t like + check out to pay for your keeps.
(That $20 you paid? It goes towards what you keep!) It’s as easy as that!
What’s your favorite from this Stitch Fix?