My Stitch Fix Box: January edit

My Stitch Fix Box : January Edit

This one is a keeper.


I have kept a Stitch Fix subscription for almost four years and it has been the main source of my best dressed days. Stitch Fix is a clothing service that allows you to fill out a style profile online. This asks questions so they can better understand your size, style, budget and what you want to have in your closet.

Stitch Fix has designers picking out clothing and accessories based on your answers and ships to you free of charge. Once you receive such package, you try on everything, pick out what you do and don't like then complete your purchase online and ship back anything you do not wish to purchase. (In the mail certified bag with label, again free of charge).

The quality and high brands along with the service of having personalized designer shipping items directly to your door are by far one of my favorite things to open my mailbox too.

In hopes of sharing this with any fashion lovers out there, I have decided to share with you my most recent box for January!

My first item is a LULU Neli Plaid Square Scarf, this beautiful and fleecy blanket scarf has yellows, browns, greens, and is perfect for winter and fall! This also goes perfectly with some sweaters I got!

The first sweater is a hunter green AUGUST MIST Josey Elbow Patch Pullover. This one is so warm and perfectly pairs with jeans. This would also look great with a flowy midi skirt and boots! It pairs well with a skirt that also came in my box this month. FRENCH GREY Alana Skirt - black and white polka dots.

The fourth item is an EMORY PARK Raz Boxy Pullover. Mustard yellow as well in color and almost could be considered a high waisted sweater. Soft and delicate as well, perfect for any January day, especially if you wear some gold jewelry.

Last but not least, my final item in this months Stitch Fix box is an ABSOLUTELY Clara Twist Back Pullover, it is a knitted grey and has an open back with a knot. This is a perfect sweater for a date night! Be sure to wear the correct bra!

I hope you have enjoyed unboxing my latest Stich Fix with me and I can't wait to see what February brings!

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Bonnaroo Is Unlike Any Other Music Festival

4 days of camping, 150 performers, 10 stages, and the most incredible experience you'll ever encounter in the middle of Tennessee.


The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival takes place in an enormous 700-acre field -- nicknamed "The Farm" -- in Manchester, Tennessee. Festival-goers from all over the country fly, drive, or walk into the festival to experience 4 days of music, activities, and food. This past weekend was my first time going, and I can without a doubt say that it was one of the greatest experiences of my life. One of Bonnaroo's common sayings is "Radiate Positivity," and the 4 days spent there are factual evidence of the saying. At Bonnaroo, there is no stress, no worry, and not a care in the world. People of all kinds come together each year to celebrate life, love, and music without judgment. Each person's authenticity was something I noticed as soon as I stepped foot into the festival.

You can embrace your true self without apology. Each person is there to lift you up, too.

The atmosphere is much different than anything else I have experienced before. Even when my friends and I felt tired, or if the sun was just too hot to bear, we still did not mind being on our feet for hours on end. We enjoyed being exactly where we were, despite the minor inconveniences we may have faced -- like sitting in 5-hour traffic to get into the campground! I may sound crazy for saying this, but time truly did slow down while we were on The Farm.

My friends and I pulled up to the campground at 6 a.m. on Thursday morning as The Farm buzzed with people. We were too excited to go to sleep, so we spent the morning exploring the place instead. Day or night, everyone was alive with smiles that were contagious. We heard the words "Happy Roo!" from friends and strangers alike.

No matter where you came from, everyone was family at Bonnaroo.

One thing I noticed this past weekend was that everyone was there to help one another. If we needed help with setting up our tent, our neighbors who camped next to us were there to help in seconds. If someone tripped and fell, three people would be there to help the person up. If someone needed a few bucks for water, there was someone in line who was more than willing to cover the cost. I felt so at home there, as if I was a part of this community consisting of all types of people. I felt like I belonged there.

Alongside incredible people and a fulfilling community, there was stellar music as well (of course!). Headliners such as The Lumineers, Post Malone, and Kacey Musgraves rocked The Farm with new and old hits that hyped up the crowds.

Each performer reminded us that Bonnaroo is a safe place and does not discriminate against any person.

Hearing these words so often gave me so much hope for this world and the changes we can make. Bonnaroo is known as a Music and Arts Festival for a reason because it also promotes and sells eco-friendly living and handmade creations all throughout the festival. The activities that are available to attendees set the festival apart from other music festivals.

Bonnaroo connects us all through music, acceptance, and love. I can't wait to go back next summer!

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Say Yes.

Sometimes we say no out of fear. Try to say yes more.


One thing I've noticed this past year is that I have said yes to more things than I usually would. And it has been one of the best years of my life. Often times, we say no out of fear. We don't wanna step out of our comfort zone. Our main friend isn't going to that party, so we don't want to go to that party.

We need to snap out of this mindset.


A part of growing as an individual is trying new things or stepping out of your comfort zone.

Really. What's the worst that can happen?

If you want that position, run for it. If you want to see if you can take that hard class, try it. If you wanna approach that guy, do it.

Don't let fear stop you.


You're going to embarrass yourself in life whether you try to or not, so you might as well take more risks.

Often times, nobody is judging you as much as you think. Everybody really judges themselves the most. So don't dwell on what others will think.

If you fail, it'll help you grow. Failure is a part of life, and coming back up from failing will only contribute to you becoming stronger.

Wouldn't you rather have a regret and carry that lesson than to continue never knowing what could have happened?

So next time someone asks you to do something, try to stop and say yes first. Are you too scared to go hang out with someone and their friends because you don't know them? So what? How will you get to know them if you don't say yes?

Also use this method to be nicer as a person. Say yes to more favors - not because you want something in return but because it's the nice thing to do.

So next time you find yourself scared to say yes, convince yourself to stop. Obviously there are many things in life you should say no to, but if the only thing that's stopping you is your comfort zone or nerves - stop. Say yes.

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