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It’s been 2 months since my last Stitch Fix which means a new box has arrived! I signed up for fixes to arrive every other month since it fit better with my needs and budget but you can adjust as you prefer to twice a month, every month or only get them when you request, even if it’s only once a year. Once a fix arrives, you have 3 days to try it all on and if you keep all 5 items you get 25% off! For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014.
The great thing about this fix is that it arrived just in time before I head off to the west coast. I’m heading to LA for my nephew Griffin’s 1st birthday and then to San Juan off the coast of Seattle with my childhood friends celebrating our collective 30th birthdays. So let’s see what my stylist, Lana, sent me!
Side note: Other than the necklace I received in this fix, the jewelry I am wearing (Loren Hope palmer necklace, House of Harlow 1960 thin arrow bangles, Gorjana azra studs) from Rocksbox which is similar to Stitch Fix but it is strictly for jewelry. Want to try it out? For a free month (no strings attached for real) use code: ERINBFF367.
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Tantalize your tastes buds with chicken satay marinaded in a lemon grass-coconut mixture, dipped in a spicy peanut sauce, and served on top of coconut-ginger rice.
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Make an impressive ice cream cake with little effort by combining vanilla ice cream sandwiches, banana split ice cream, cool whip, and bananas and strawberries on top.
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