It's been a while since my last fix, three months. I usually have my Stitch Fixes scheduled for every 8 weeks, but I decided to push it further and request some Fall and cooler weather items after Labor Day. In my note to my stylist, I requested mostly casual and washable tops I could wear day to day carting the kids around, errands, cleaning, playdates, etc. I asked for no more blouses at the moment since I don't get too many chances to really wear the ones I have and I asked specifically for a pair of DL1961 denim. I haven't bought designer denim since my maternity jeans when I was pregnant with Ashlynn or prior to that. I've heard good stuff about DL1961 and their patented 4 way stretch denim so I had been wanting to give them a try.
The last top was the Market and Spruce Queensland Dolman Jersey Top ($48). Apparently this is a big seller because I saw it all over pinterest in a bunch of different colors. My mother in law actually had it on when we went over for Sunday dinner. I knew immediately I wouldn't be keeping it. The jersey knit is really soft and comfortable, but the biggest drawbacks are the color - I rarely wear black because I feel it makes me look ghostly pale, and two it's not my style. Something about the tight ruching waistline makes it seem like 'clubwear' even though I know it's meant to be worn so the top blouses out. I do think it would be a cute with boots/booties and a scarf or long pendant necklaces, but just isn't for me. I'd most likely never touch it.