Okay, guys, I need ya'll's input here. Unlike the other times, I have not sent back the scorned items yet. I cannot decide. Give me your wisdom, oh friends inside the computer.
Oh, and the reason I'm hardly ever looking at the actual camera (phone) in these pictures is that Clay was playing photographer and he was almost always saying something ridiculous. Him saying ridiculous things while I laugh and/or tell him he's ridiculous is sort of our love language.
Jeans! Actual petite person jeans! I think I like them. They kind of do a weird stretchy thing around the waist, but everything is fab. Dunno.
Kind of. I think. Hmm.
Next! The shirt that you've already seen, because I'm wearing it above. This is probably my favorite thing in this box.
Cute, right? I like this. If it looks awful you guys are going to have to work really hard to convince me.
Gray sweater. It's exactly as cozy and unremarkable as it seems. I like it. It doesn't look quite this shapeless IRL. I think. Sometimes I'm surprised by how much better clothes look in the pictures, and sometimes it goes the other way. Well, this one feels good, so I'm inclined to keep its unremarkable self.
Next! Green sweater.
Not bad! Does it give me boob shelf? I try to avoid boob shelf, which is why I rarely wear stuff with higher necklines. Am I making that up? Here it is from the side.
Clay is making appreciative comments about this sweater as he took this picture. This does not mean it's good, just that he appreciates it.
The next thing is this box's truly awful thing.
This is a wrap or something. I don't know what they called it. Here is how the helpful card suggested I style it.
I'm not a fan of things around my neck. I will wear a scarf outside during the winter, but only if freezing is the other option. And even my heartiest scarf is less than half the yardage of this monstrosity.
I don't really like the print either.
Also, I do not feel like my particular chest requires a great deal of bulk to be added to it.
"Well, Kira," you are thinking, "perhaps you should send that one back. I don't think you like it." And you're not wrong! But I am experiencing the Stitch Fix conundrum. When you buy all the things you get a 20% discount. So it actually costs less to keep that horrible thing if I'm keeping everything else. You see my dilemma, right?
If you've stuck with me this far, please enjoy this picture of Sophia trying to keep Tre from going home after Thanksgiving. There is absolutely no reason to include this picture, except that I love these kids and I'm sick of looking at pictures of me.
Awwwww. These ones I'm definitely keeping.