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Olive Jacket from Stitch Fix + Distressed Jeans

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Olive Jacket from Stitch Fix

Stitch Fix was a BIG hit when it comes to this olive jacket. I love it, and I’m obsessed with seeing all the outfits I can create with it! It was so coincidental after my green obsession for 2017 to be included in one of my latest fixes. The fit is perfect and the ruched sleeves are a great added touch. The color is the perfect olive green and the fabric is soft, durable, yet light and breathable. Perfect for spring, summer and fall this year.

I added my distressed ankle jeans, white sleeveless v-neck top (comes in several colors), and my tan slingback peep toe booties. This particular pair aren’t available anymore, but I linked some DOWN below that are similar. I’ve also been very into the jewelry that Nadri puts out ever since I went shopping for my New Years event! I always try to stop by their jewelry counter in Nordstrom as their products are very high quality, yet affordable.

To refresh or if you’re reading my blog for the first time, Stitch Fix is a company that is a monthly membership that goes into “styling your fix” with 5 items from a personal stylist (and if you purchase any items, your $20 styling fee is applied to your total). It is a really fun company that I will feature often with the pieces that I purchase from my “fixes”. For more information on my experience with them, see my previous post.

If you are interested in giving it a try, you can sign up HERE or click the badge below.. and if you like the olive jacket in this post, just mention that you would like the Asa Ponte Blazer included in your fix to try.


Anyone have some great weekend plans? I know I do!

Wearing:

Pretty Pure

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