Stitch Fix #4 – September 2016

Join me as I rebuild my closet after baby #2. I am trying to find a good mix of office appropriate and casual clothes that will flatter my petite frame and transition well as I continue to lose my baby weight. Oh, and since I am nursing & pumping they have to be accessible too. Sound like a tall order? It is! Hopefully this series is helpful to other #workingmoms #pumpingmoms | iheartmomlife.com

I am super excited to share my latest Stitch Fix with you!  You might remember that I decided to take a break from Stitch Fix for a few months after having two not-so-stellar shipments in a row ( you can see these here: Stitch Fix #3 and here: Stitch Fix #2). I just felt like the clothes I was being sent weren’t flattering, made me feel older and totally unstylish. Pretty much everything you don’t want your clothes to do right?  Now in fairness, since I was (and still am) working on getting down to my pre-pre-pregnancy goal weight, I was not exactly thrilled about how I was looking in most clothes but many of the outfits actually made me look even heavier.  Yuck, right? Read More…

Stitch Fix #3 – June 2016

Join me as I rebuild my closet after baby #2. I am trying to find a good mix of office appropriate and casual clothes that will flatter my petite frame and transition well as I continue to lose my baby weight. Oh, and since I am nursing & pumping they have to be accessible too. Sound like a tall order? It is! Hopefully this series is helpful to other #workingmoms #pumpingmoms | iheartmomlife.com

I am back with Stitch Fix #3! I know, I know . . . you are probably thinking, didn’t you already have a Fix this month? In my defense, I only ended up keeping one item from my last Fix  so it totally makes sense that I wasted no time scheduling my next one . . . right?

Much to my delight, this time I was able to schedule it to arrive in just over a week versus the two weeks it took for the first and second.  I asked my stylist to send me some nice color to help me round out my, still, very limited post-baby work wardrobe for summer.  I was also hoping to have pieces that coordinated with each other or back to my first Fix.

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My First Stitch Fix – May 2016

Join me as I rebuild my closet after baby #2. I am trying to find a good mix of office appropriate and casual clothes that will flatter my petite frame and transition well as I continue to lose my baby weight. Oh, and since I am nursing & pumping they have to be accessible too. Sound like a tall order? It is! Hopefully this series is helpful to other #workingmoms #pumpingmoms | iheartmomlife.com

I have been on the fence about trying Stitch Fix for the past several months. Since I am still in the process of losing my baby weight, I didn’t really want to invest in any more work clothes but spending the last 10 weeks rotating the three bottoms and handful of tops that only “sort-of” fit me, I finally hit my limit.  I absolutely could-not-wait any longer to add a few new items into my super-limited post-baby wardrobe. So, I thought this was the perfect time to finally pull the trigger and schedule my first fix. Read More…