I am officially wearing maternity clothes 85% of the time and after going through all my clothes from my first two pregnancies, I thought it was time to purchase a few staple items for this pregnancy. I was so excited to try my first maternity Stitch Fix in hopes that I would be able to get a few good quality pieces that I could wear throughout this pregnancy and I was very pleased.
I scheduled my stitch fix a couple of weeks ago and started to fill out my profile and requests, but forgot to get back to it. In fact, I forgot that it was even coming and was pleasantly surprised when I came home on Friday to my cute little box waiting on my front porch. I was worried because I thought for sure I wouldn’t get anything I liked considering I didn’t finish filling out my requests and I was pleasantly surprised. My stylist had checked out both my pinterest page and my blog. She even commented on my arm muscles in my last baby #3 update and that in itself was worth it to me! My stylist was pretty spot on with my style although I sent a few things back because of the cost and the fit.
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Maternity Stitch Fix Review
In my fix I received a dress, two shirts, a pair of leggings and a jean jacket. Every single one of my items fit my style. I love when the stylist makes great suggestions of what I can pair the items in the fix with because sometimes I have the items in my closet and this time I did! In fact, that chambray shirt above was a suggestion from the stylist and it was in my closet. I will definitely be getting another fix before this pregnancy is over.
1. Maternity Knit Dress by Le Lis, $58- Returned
I love the style of Kate Middleton and Sarah Vickers and this dress screamed both of their names. This dress is my favorite color, navy blue and fit me great, but I decided not to keep it. I do wear a lot of dresses when I am pregnant in the summer if we go places on the weekend, but I thought this dress was a little too dressy and since it was three quarter length I didn’t think I would wear it much. If I still worked in the classroom, this would have been the perfect dress.
2. Maternity Ankle Zip Legging by Rune, $58- KEPT!
If you are pregnant, you need to get your stitch fix (NOW!) and request these leggings! $58 is definitely more than I would normally spend on a pair of leggings and it is because they are that awesome. I love the detail of the gold zipper and the quality of these are amazing. Sometimes I am worried to wear leggings because I am afraid you can see through them, but not with these. These are actually more like pants! If you see me outside of my gym clothes, chances are I will be wearing these… and after the baby comes too.
3. Denim Jacket by Liverpool, $98 – Returned
This is the second time I have received a Liverpool denim jacket in a fix and I do like it a lot. I already have a denim jacket and cannot justify spending $98 on another one. If you are on the market for a classic piece that will last you a long time, I am are this one would be great. It is super soft and comfortable.
4. Button Down Tunic by Liverpool, $68 – Returned
Well I think this picture describes how I feel about this shirt. It was terrible and almost looked like a pajama top on me. I did however, love that the stylist suggest I could put any shirt under this and wear it open because that is what I did with the chambray shirt I already have and loved the look (picture up top).
5. Maternity Knit Top by Market & Spruce, $38 – KEPT!
I loved everything about this plain tee shirt! It was a great length to be worn with leggings, super soft and I loved the color. The possibilities are endless for this shirt and I can’t wait to pair it with things I already have in my closet. The stylist was spot on with this!
Shopping for maternity clothes can be frustrating and Stitch Fix made it super fun and convenient for me! I am certain that my shirt and leggings will become a staple in my maternity wardrobe for the 18 weeks I have left. If you are looking for a new outfit and don’t want to spend your time shopping, pregnant or not, Stitch Fix is the way to go- check it out!
Check out my other Stitch Fix reviews:
My First Stitch Fix
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