Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with StitchFix, all purchases were made by me. All opinions and thoughts are my own.
Hi Friends! Happy Sunday! Sorry I disappeared early this weekend, I wanted to check in but time kept getting away from me. This morning we went to church, which I got ready for in like 5 minutes as you can tell. Not my favorite outfit in hindsight ha ha!
Then we followed up with a coffee date at Starbucks. We made a goal not to eat out at all this month, except for Mr. Hungry’s Birthday. However, I had some money on my Starbucks card and a free one so we decided to go for it. I got a feta wrap with the new Flat White Latte (modified with 4 shots, 2% milk) and Mr. Hungry got a Bacon Gouda Sandwich with a Java Chip Frappuccino. Apparently the espresso in the flat white is suppose to be a bit sweeter, but I didn’t really notice a difference. It was good though, still loving my unsweetened lattes, they are the best!
I’m really just checking in to tell you about my second Stitch Fix. (<—referral link) really fast! If you haven’t heard of Stitch Fix. before it’s a personal shopping service. You fill out a style guide questionnaire and they send you a box of clothes a stylist hand picks for you. The subscription cost $20.00 a month but that 20 goes towards whatever you buy. To be honest the first box I got wasn’t that impressive, everything was out of my price range and I wasn’t in love with it. This box was MUCH better price and style wise for me.
Keeping shirt and jeans!
Cardigan, I think is adorable but I don’t really NEED it right now.
Here is what I love about Stitch Fix.. I don’t have time to go shopping, and when I do I hardly ever get anything because buying clothes is not something I prioritize. This leads to me standing in front of my closet realizing I’ve haven’t got anything new in like 6 months and I need to buy a lot of clothes at once so I have things I’ll wear. With Stitch Fix., I can get one to two quality pieces (or more depending on what the send, finances, etc) every 2 months and be consistently happy with a new something to wear. I’m more likely to buy something because I don’t want to lose the 20 bucks. Like the jeans they sent me, I love and I NEEDED a new pair of good jeans. The jeggings I have are old and just not cutting it. I don’t have time to go out and get new jeans though. Sad, but true. The one’s they sent me literally fit like a glove and I love the way they look. So as of now, Mr. Hungry and I agreed we are keeping StitchFix subscription since it’s every other month.
Alright that’s it time to to go study for NASM cPT! Catch y’all later!