Interested in Stitch Fix Maternity? Here’s my honest Stitch Fix Maternity Clothes Review of the items I received in my winter box. This is the first Stitch Fix I’ve ordered for this pregnancy, but this isn’t my first Maternity Stitch Fix. I got 2 boxes for my last pregnancy in 2016/2017 and kept one pair of Mavi Maternity Jeans from one box but sent the other items back and then kept all the items that came in my second box.
I’m 18 weeks pregnant with my 5th child in the pictures below. I’ve gained 9 pounds so far. For reference, I wore size XS – Small (size 4 jeans) pre-pregnancy so my maternity fix is size small but they sent me size 6 jeans based on my last pregnancy. They are too big for me first now because I’ve gained less than 10 pounds so far and by this time with my last pregnancy I had gained almost 20 pounds. (I couldn’t keep down anything but carbs!)
What’s In The Box??
In my February Stitch Fix
Loveappella Stripe Maternity Dress
My favorite item in my February Stitch Fix was this super soft, really comfy Loveappella maternity dress! We’re talking pajama level comfort and softness with this dress. It fit a little loose, which is great since I’m only
Lux & Co. Burgundy Off Shoulder Top
My favorite top was this burgundy Lux & Co. off-shoulder top. This also fit loose and has room to grow. Looks great with the maternity jeans they sent but would also look good with a skirt or shorts for warmer weather.
Full Moon Long Sleeve Knit Top
My second favorite top was the Full Moon dark green long sleeve shirt. I could not believe how soft this material was. The shirt, despite being a size small, was definitely too big. Felt like a very long medium.
Even with a bra on, the top was way too big. It was also really long and seems like it would fit someone with a much taller torso a lot better than petite 5’2″ me! There was so much room in the belly that this top definitely could have fit right up until I was 9 months pregnant except that it’s a long sleeve shirt and I’m due in July, so I wouldn’t have actually been able to wear it for more than a couple of months, which didn’t make it worth the price in my opinion. I loved the color and the material though!
Loveappella Pullover Knit Top
I had mixed feelings about the Loveappella Pullover Top. I have a hard time with cowl necks like this one but I loved the light colored stripes and the cute pocket in the front which made it look like a hoodie without the annoying, useless hood.
I ended up deciding not to keep this top because it didn’t feel like a maternity top. It didn’t do anything to accentuate my bump and was quite large and roomy so it looked kinda dumpy on me unless I was holding my hand on my bump (as pictured). The material was luxurious though. Super soft, stretchy, and airy enough to work for cool summer days. Like I said, I definitely had mixed feelings about this top!
Mavi Vanessa Maternity Jeans
This was the hardest item in the box for me to part with!!! These jeans are absolutely premium maternity jeans. The material was thin but substantial, very soft, very stretchy and looked extremely good on me. Only problem was, the belly area was so large I couldn’t keep them up and if I had sized down to a size 4/27 I don’t think they would have fit my thighs as well as the size 6/28 did. I seriously almost kept these jeans knowing I would grow into them but ultimately decided that wasn’t a good choice since I need jeans that fit me right NOW and sizing down didn’t seem like a smart idea because of the fit.
How To Wear It
If you decide to keep all the items in your box, you get 25% off your order which is significant savings versus buying similar items in a department store. On top of that, the clothes you receive in your Stitch Fix Maternity Box are significantly higher quality than you’ll get in your local Motherhood store or Old Navy. The difference in quality is substantial and very noticeable, even if you are getting items on the lower price point from Stitch Fix. I always ask for the lowest price point possible and purchasing the items individually are above my ideal price point so I usually try to do all or nothing when it comes to my Stitch Fix.
My favorite part is that you get a personalized note from your stylist and a visual guide on wearing the items in the box.
I have all my Stitch Fix Style Guides, including
The sad part of the style guides is seeing stuff in them you WANT! One of the recommended outfits to go with the burgundy off shoulder top was a pair of maternity overalls, which I’m LOVING the idea of. I’ve seen so many moms on Instagram pull off that look and style them really cute, so I’m dying to try them myself. Hopefully, they will send me a pair of maternity overalls in my next Stitch Fix Maternity box which I’ve scheduled for
Get Your Own Stitch Fix Box!
Meanwhile, remember that the Stitch Fix styling fee is $20 which go towards the purchase of any items you decide to keep. Shipping and returns are always free. If you think you might get more than 2 “fixes” in a year, I highly recommend getting their “Styling Pass” for $49 which gives you 12 months of FREE styling, as many boxes as you want. When you purchase the styling pass for $49, you get $49 of credit in your account which automatically goes towards whatever items you purchase so it definitely pays for itself and saves you money!
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