Hello lovelies! I’m off, enjoying the last day of vacation before going back to work on Monday and thought I’d share my latest Stitch Fix. This arrived right before the holidays so I snapped some quick photos (the lighting is horrible, sorry) before sending things back.
This time around, I asked my stylist for maternity items to see what kinds of offerings they had in this area, since I had been seeing other pregnant bloggers talk about their Stitch Fixes. So here goes, my Stitch Fix Review: Maternity Edition.
First up was the Denna Maternity Skinny Jean from Kut from the Kloth. The wide elastic band was SUPER comfortable and the jeans fit like a dream! But at $78, I couldn’t justify spending that when I have a couple pairs of cheaper Old Navy maternity jeans and a New Year’s resolution to uphold.
Verdict: Back they went, sadly.
Next up was the Halloway Cotton Maternity Knit Shirt by LA Made Maternity. It was a deep, rich plum color and had ruched sides. The neckline was a cross between a boat-neck and scoop-neck and would show my bra straps. A nice, plain cotton top– but not worth it for the price tag in my opinion.
Verdict: Back she goes!
The third item in my fix this month was the Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan from Pixley. I had requested an open cardigan, as they work well during pregnancy and after, so thought I’d get some mileage out of it. Was hoping for more of a thicker, sweater material, but this black cardigan was quite thin and the collar gave way to the pockets, giving it a unique detail, but I didn’t care much for how thin it was.
Next up was a 3-pack of Maternity Camis from Stitch Fix directly. Super handy to have and goes with everything, and a great price point for the three (they came secured together). They are made of a very stretchy material, have no built-in shelf bra (YES!), and were quite long in the torso. Only problem was that they were a little tight for my liking (I had them in large), so if you request these, I’d suggest sizing up.
Verdict: Buh-bye, back to the Stitch Fix warehouse.
And rounding out my Stitch Fix this month was this Colibri Plaid Printed Tab-Sleeve Shirt from Market and Spruce. I had pinned this top on my Pinterest SF board (although it was a slightly different plaid color) and got this beauty. It isn’t maternity but is longer in the torso and is roomy without being billowy. The colors are gorgeous too- would go SO well with my green Hunter boots. This top can be worn during and after pregnancy and was a great price point (plus I had some credit), which meant I would only pay $3 out of pocket for it. YES, please!
Since I kept this one, I had a bit more time to take a quality photo to show you the color. I can’t seem to find another on the Internets at this point in this color…so pretty!
So there you have it! Stitch Fix does offer some nice maternity pieces, and non-maternity ones that work well for the bump too!
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Read my other reviews:
Stitch Fix #1
Stitch Fix #2
Stitch Fix #3
Stitch Fix #4
What did you think of this fix? What would you have kept?
I think that was the same plaid top I got that I loved the color but it just didn’t work on my shape! Lucky you that it worked out.
And I would totally spend that much on regular jeans but maternity ones seems a little steep. Especially since there’s no way of knowing if you’d ever wear them again in the future :-)
Had no idea stitch fix offers maternity clothes. I honestly wish they send me those jeans even though I’m not pregnant. They look so comfortable.
Love that plaid top u decided to keep!
I didn’t know stitch fix offers maternity clothes! That is neat that you get to try out some new items. I feel like I always am in agreement with that you choose to keep and send back. That plaid top is adorable!