145.8…Stitch Fix Shipment #8
I'm a bit behind on my last Stitch Fix shipment update! It actually came right before Thanksgiving so I had no time to blog about it. Better late than never!
First up was Collective Concepts Susie Metallic Sleeveless Blouse:
Eh. I wanted to like it because it was metallic but it wasn't fabulous enough to justify keeping.
Over that top, I put the 41Hawthorn Agustina Exposed Zippers Tweed Blazer:
I loved this blazer but unfortunately, it was too tight across the back. :(
Next up was Market and Spruce's Moni Abstract Chevron Stud Detail Blouse:
A keeper. Loved this one.
THML Colinda Sheer V-Neck Sweater:
Nah. Didn't love.
Tart's Rikki Gathered Waist Printed Dress:
I normally LOVE Tart but this didn't work.
So…not a bust but not completely successful. I loved the one blouse and would have kept the blazer if it had fit better.
Last night we had a friend over for dinner. He loves burger night so we took him there. It was bittersweet for me. I'm trying to clean up my act diet wise, so eating a burger and fries doesn't exactly fit in. Here is what I came up with:
Turkey burger with lettuce instead of a bun. Instead of fries, I opted for a chopped veggie salad. I really kinda dug the lettuce wrapped burger. I was not mad about it at all! I left feeling satisfying and not full and disgusting, like I normally do. Win!
Breakfast this morning was more scrambled egg beaters with salsa and cheddar cheese:
Today is my daughter's 8th birthday!! I let her pick where we ate lunch and she chose Olive Garden. I had the soup and salad:
She gets to pick dinner tonight too!! :)
When you are trying to eat healthier, what are some substations you make?
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I actually think that dress looks fabulous on you! Happy birthday to your baby girl - mine will be 23 in March - it goes by so fast!ReplyDelete
I make most stuff into salads - like a burger salad, taco salad, etc. So good!
The pickled jalapenos are a must! :D
I'm going to have to get more creative with my salads. Thanks for sharing!