Blush Cargo Pants + Stitch Fix Review

If you follow this blog regularly, then you know that I have an obsession with the color blush.  When these blush cargo pants arrived in my latest Stitch Fix shipment, it is no surprise that they were the first thing that I had to try on.  I have actually been wanting to add a pair of blush pants to my wardrobe, so I was excited that these were picked for me, despite that fact that I'm not a huge fan of the cargo style.  Although I did find these cargo pants to be cute on, especially paired with this black Market & Spruce tee, also from my shipment, I wasn't one hundred percent in love with the fit.  They were a tad too loose in the legs, and I know that exchanging them for the size down would then make them too tight in the waist (#appleshapedproblems).  In fact, if I am being honest, nothing from this shipment blew my socks off, which is definitely a first.  I've always had the best of luck with my Stitch Fix boxes, and usually want to keep everything that is sent.  But I guess one shipment that I don't love out of six is not so bad, and I can't wait for my next one.  I'll be sharing the other items in  my fix on Friday, along with letting you know if I actually kept anything, so make sure to visit back then.  In the meantime I am going to update my style profile (see these tips here for getting a perfect Stitch Fix box each time), and I'll be on the hunt for the perfect blush pant.

If you're unfamiliar with Stitch Fixit is a clothing subscription service where items are picked out based upon your style preferences, and delivered right to your door step.  Upon signing up, you are asked questions about your style, then assigned a stylist who picks out five items per shipment to send you.  You have three days to try on the clothes and decide what you want to keep or send back. This is the best part about the service, since you are able to do this in the comfort of your own home. You simply keep what you want, and send the rest back in the prepaid shipping bag that is provided. There is a styling fee with each box of $20, however, if you decide to purchase items from your box, then the $20 is put towards your purchase.  If you decide to keep all 5 items, then you get a 25% discount!

You can see my last two Stitch Fix reviews here and here.

Cargo Pants: Level 99 via Stitch Fix| Top: Market & Spruce via Stitch Fix| Wedges: old, similar here| Bag: Chloé| Sunnies: Quay (in black here)| Necklace: Sarah Chloe| Choker: Pop Diamond| Bracelets: Vita Fede (here and here)

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  1. Lovely outfit Rachel ;)

  2. I love how you paired the darker top with a neutral pant. Those pants were totally made for you too! Such a great fit. Have a good week!


  3. These pictures are gorgeous Rachael! I've never tried Stichfix, but i've heard many great things. Your blush pants are too cute!

    Pumps and Push-Ups

  4. Love these blush cargo pants!! So pretty!

    xx, Elise

  5. I love how you styled these cargo pants! So chic and feminine!

    cute & little

  6. Those pants are adorable! Too bad they didn't fit, but I know what you mean. I don't settle on fit for pants anymore because otherwise I won't wear them. Hopefully the next box is better!

  7. I love that top and how you can style it off-the-shoulder too!

    Jessica |

  8. Such a pretty pair of cargo pants! I love it styled with the black top, shoes, and accessories! So chic and pretty!

    Trendy & Tidy

  9. What a chic casual look! I love it and you look gorgeous! - Happy Friday dear!

    Edwige |

  10. I love blush and black! And the blush cargo pants are super cool. Feminine and edgy all at once. So my style! You look fabulous!