It's the only place I've found that makes a fitted white t-shirt that's thick enough that I don't need to wear a bra with it! (I'm guilty of not hating I'm sorry), this is the best news I've seen in a while, my turtleneck from there pre-death recently got a pen mark on it.
I have no experience with Sitch Fix but if you live in the US I know that a lot of stores like Anthropologie and Nordstrom offer personal stylists who assist shoppers for free.Has anyone tried a monthly subscription like stitch fix with good results? I'm terrible at shopping for myself I have no eye for good pieces, but I'm really wanting to improve my style. I still wear my high school clothes. Stitch fix assigns you a stylist, are they any good in your opinion?
The girl in the photo you attached is definitely not Arizona but she is all over their site (linen campaign) ... http://www.thewhitecompany.com/us/Sail-Check-Shirt/p/SACHK?refCode=SACHKFor those who have been looking for great basics for the spring and summer, I recently discovered The White Company which is a UK-based company that is known for selling sheets and towels and home accessories. I just found out that they make clothes and their women's apparel collection is absolutely amazing, affordable, and fits great on us skinnies. Especially their latest collection for warmer weather like the chino shorts, some of the shorter dresses, and basic long sleeve shirts with exposed chests.
Side note: is the model in their summer campaign Arizona Muse or just a look alike?
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Ah - yes - sorry, I tried to attach a photo of the Arizona lookalike and ended up attaching a second image of the shorts.The girl in the photo you attached is definitely not Arizona but she is all over their site (linen campaign) ... http://www.thewhitecompany.com/us/Sail-Check-Shirt/p/SACHK?refCode=SACHK