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April Stitch Fix Review | Ambitious Kitchen (this is the Meridian Sheer Panel Top by Kut from the Kloth

April Stitch Fix Review (Fix #26)

Come check out my April 2015 Stitch Fix review! I received tons of fun pieces that I mixed and matched for some amazing outfits.

It’s been entirely too long since I’ve done my last Stitch Fix post. No seriously, close to a year. Whhhhatttttt. Did you know I’m actually on fix #26? I just suck at doing reviews.

Anyway I’ve decided to get back to sharing my favorite pieces and what I decided to send back to the Stitch Fix HQ. The best part? If you see something you like you can request it in your next fix, just pin the image and it should have the name of the clothing article!

Also, just to be clear. I have no idea what I’m doing in these pictures. Don’t mind me looking like a complete idiot. I’m not a fashion blogger for a reason ha!

Meridian Sheer Panel Top by Kut From The Kloth ($68)

This was a great blouse that I felt like could be dressed up or down with some cute accessories. I chose to pair it with some strappy black heels, black dress pants and a patterned clutch. The green belt adds a touch of color too. This top was a definite keeper and I love how I can take it from casual to dressy!

Meridian Sheer Panel Top by Kut From The Kloth ($68)

More outfit details: top: Stitch Fix // pants and shoes: Express // clutch: Akira // belt: Target

James Laser Cut Dress by BRIXON IVY ($78) 

This would be a great dress to wear to a wedding; the fabric was light and the color is gorgeous. But you know what? It’s just not my style at all. I feel like it was maybe made for someone a little bit older or with a more laidback style (that’s been my biggest feedback to Stitch Fix and my stylist.) So this dress went back!

James Laser Cut Dress by BRIXON IVY ($78)

Outfit details: Dress: Stitch Fix // Necklace: Stitch Fix from a previous fix // Shoes: Aldo // Bag: Francesca’s

Marcela Crochet Overlay Top by BRIXON IVY ($68)

This top has great detailing but again just wasn’t my style. I felt like I could purchase something very similar at a local boutique if I really wanted to as well without needing to spend as much. The top didn’t have a great fit and seemed a little boxy therefore it went back to the HQ. Although it was fun to wear around and a great casual Sunday brunch or running errands outfit.

Later I was thinking that if this top had been in black or white, I could have totally seen myself keeping it. Usually the pieces I tend to keep the most are classic colors.

Marcela Crochet Overlay Top by BRIXON IVY ($68)

Outfit details: Top: Stitch Fix // Jeans: Stitch Fix from a previous post (they are my FAVORITE EVER) // Shoes: Target // Earrings: Express

Rebekah Contrast Detail Blazer by Kensie ($88)

I really loved this blazer and knew I’d keep it! I think I’ve actually always been a fan of blazers. I love how they can be classy and sophisticated or casual and laid back. I decided to go with the laid back look, something I would wear to grab a quick cup of coffee. I paired this with a simple t-shirt, my favorite light hued jeans (from a previous Stitch Fix) and some fun printed tennis shoes. Throw your hair up in a bun and your super casual look is complete!

This blazer would also look amazing over a dress for date night.

Rebekah Contrast Detail Blazer by Kensie ($88)

Outfit details: Blazer: Stitch Fix // Jeans: Stitch Fix // Clutch: Aldo // Shoes: A small Minnesotan boutique // Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters

Tobie Eyelet Dress by Kensie ($98)

This was just a gorgeous summer color for a dress that I had to keep it. To be honest, it really wasn’t my style nor what I was looking for but when I put it on, I knew I could see myself wearing it out around the city in the Summer. I also thought it would look incredible with a little bit of a sun-kissed tan. This is a really casual look and unfortunately I didn’t take off the jean jacket, but it’s a great cut and shows off my arms. The jean jacket is also from a previous fix (if I remember correctly!).

This would also be a lovely date night dress with a cute pair of wedges and some gold bracelets. I went with a quick top knot but a loose low bun would be great with this dress.

Tobie Eyelet Dress by Kensie ($98)Outfit details: Dress: Stitch Fix // Jacket: Stitch Fix // Earrings: Express // Sandals: Aldo


Thanks for checking out my latest Fix; I’d love to hear if you’ve tried Stitch Fix out! Also if you click on any of these images and pin them, the name of the piece should show up in the pin description. Feel free to pin them to your Pinterest boards and request any of these pieces in your next fix!

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