Stitch Fix #2

Alana —  March 2, 2014 — 8 Comments

My second Stitch Fix arrived! Check out the video to see which items I kept and which ones I returned.

Stitch Fix #2 box

Stitch Fix #2 box

Pomelo Downing Striped Knit Shirt

Pomelo Downing Striped Knit Shirt

Barbara Bow Detail Long Sleeve Sweater

Barbara Bow Detail Long Sleeve Sweater

Madox Tribal Print Fit and Flare Dress

Madox Tribal Print Fit and Flare Dress

Jaclynn Textured Bow Necklace

Jaclynn Textured Bow Necklace

Rosanna Webbed Circle Scarf

Rosanna Webbed Circle Scarf

Stitch Fix #2 Style Tip Card

Stitch Fix #2 Style Tip Card

Stitch Fix #2 invoice

Stitch Fix #2 invoice

Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? To get your own fix, click this [referral link] to see how you can get started. If you’d like to see what I received in my first “fix” click [here]!

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Alana

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Alana Mokma is a storyteller, people connector, and a dancing fool who is passionate about engaging with the people in her life. She embraces vulnerability and possesses mad powers of intuition and observation. Never satisfied with easy answers, she likes to dig deep. Alana resides with her husband Josh in Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Christine Melgarejo

    I actually really love the dress! I think if the hem was a little shorter it’d be more flattering and less “frumpy mom” but the pattern is great. I’m a StitchFixer myself, so far my third box has been the charm. Looking forward to more from you! – Christine from twogirlsoneoutfit.com

    • http://www.alanamokma.com/ Alana Mokma

      Hi Christine! Thanks for stopping by! I agree, if the hem was shorter that would help. It would also help if the top half were taken in a little bit. I was bummed the dress didn’t work out because I liked the pattern and the fabric was light – perfect for spring and summer. I’ll check out your blog. Thanks for including the link! :)

  • Jenean

    I guessed the scarf was the on,y thing you would keep! When I saw the items in pics they just didn’t have the Alana pizazz:) I loved your “frumpy mom dance bit”! Keep up these awesome video reviews.

    • http://www.alanamokma.com/ Alana Mokma

      Thanks Jenean! I feel like if some of the items were tweaked and fit a little better I would have kept more of them. The scarf is great though – so soft and cozy! I have already scheduled my next fix [in early April] and look forward to the unveiling. :) and yes – haha – Had to include a little jig!

  • Theboxqueen

    Alana I can’t begin to tell you how much I enjoyed your video! :) Of course I love SF but you are so hilarious; that dance with the dress has me laughing out loud! I actually think the bow sweater looked great on you just needed a bit more length to it! I think I pinned that dress to my pinterest SF board; it was great to see it on; thought before it was a shorter more fitted dress. The scarf you are keeping is too cute, the color is so pretty and very spring! Can’t leave here without mentioning the ending haha- loved loved loved it! XOXO, Elif

    • Alana Mokma

      Thank you Elif! I’m glad you enjoyed the video! I’m looking forward to making more. I had fun. :) I agree – the bow sweater definitely needed more length, but I was pleasantly surprised at the design. Out of the box, I did not think I would like it, but it was actually pretty cute! I am very happy with the scarf – it is something I could see myself wearing every day because it is so soft and cozy. Maybe I’ll add another photo of the scarf to this post to show the pattern detailing – both on the video and in the included photo, it did not really do it justice. :)

      How long have you been using Stitch Fix? How many have you received so far?

  • Terri

    What a cool post. I love how you did a fashion show and had a commentary. How did you accomplish this??? I noticed how awesome your arm definition was in the “frumpy mom dress”. Way to go Alana.

    • Alana Mokma

      Thanks Terri! I used the built-in software “iMovie” on my MacBook. I wonder if you have this on your iPad? There is a feature for “voiceover” and I could start and end the commentary wherever I wanted in the footage. This was my first time doing it. ha. Thank you about my arms! I’m still working with a trainer and she keeps me busy with lots of pushups and other various burn-inducing exercises. 😉