I’m going to be completely candid with you guys – I felt like this Stitch Fix box missed the mark entirely but I still wanted to share what I tried on and explain why I’m trying another box this month. I thought I clearly explained to my stylist that I wanted to see more non-maternity options that were flowy and would work during and after pregnancy, but I think there was a bit of misunderstanding about the styles I was looking for! Jumping right into my Stitch Fix review below.
Stitch Fix Review and Try-On Session: March
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Market & Spruce Mavian Zip Jacket
This zip-up hoodie was actually cute and made of very soft material. I didn’t dislike it, but truthfully, I didn’t have much in my closet that would match it. It would be a cute jacket to throw over workout clothes, but for $64, I could justify the cost. I’d rather have a true athletic jacket if I’m just going to wear it over athleisure!
Rune Cassondra Moto Maternity Leggings
I was actually excited to try these on, as I don’t currently own a pair of maternity leggings. However, they were a bit ill-fitting and baggy in the lower belly and leg areas, so they didn’t make the cut. You couldn’t really see the moto detail, so they essentially just looked like the plain Zella leggings I already have in my closet.
41 Hawthorn Zansia Stripe Knit Top
My first impression of this top was that it was super soft and luxurious feeling. If I weren’t pregnant, I may have actually kept the top, but because it’s a curved hem, it wasn’t long enough for a growing baby bump. I could definitely see this top paired with a green army jacket or a cardigan, so if you’re not pregnant, consider requesting this top in your Stitch Fix box!
Laila Jade Tonia Ribbed Cardigan
This cardigan was super soft and I liked the length, but I have a gray cardigan in my closet already. Since spring is right around the corner, I really don’t want to add any more cold-weather items to my closet right now, so I decided to return this one.
LNA Ribbed Knit Dress
I don’t mind bodycon dresses during pregnancy but I’m really not a fan of short sleeves. I prefer sleeveless or 3/4 sleeve when it comes to fitted tops and dresses. I also think that ruched material looks better over a baby bump than a ribbed knit material. Furthermore, this dress was literally $150 and I wouldn’t have bought it even if I liked it. Yikes!
Overall March Stitch Fix Maternity Review
Like I mentioned, I think my stylist missed the mark this time based on what I had requested, but I also wonder if I explain my requests clearly enough sometimes. I decided to return this entire fix and I requested to receive another one this month, since it’s my birthday month and I was planning to snag a few spring items. I tried to better explain what I’m looking for and I am also going to tighten up my Pinterest style board since I know the stylists peek at those for ideas. I haven’t given up hope yet and I’m excited to see what they find for my next Fix! I do love that Stitch Fix takes your feedback to heart, which is one reason why I continue to order Fixes.
What is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service tailored to your taste, budget & lifestyle. Complete a Style Profile, & one of their expert Stylists will hand-select apparel and accessories just for you. Only pay for what you keep & return the rest in a prepaid envelope.
Stitch Fix offers an endless assortment of shoes, accessories & apparel in every style imaginable for men and women. Sizes run from 0–24W (XS–3X) and include Petite & Maternity for women and waist sizes 28–42and inseams 30–34 for men.
Give Stitch Fix a Try!
I first used Stitch Fix in 2015 after so many friends raved about it and as you can see, I’m still coming back to it years later! I love the element of surprise and having someone choose clothing items that you may not pick for yourself, but that you end up loving. Since I first signed up for Stitch Fix, they’ve added a Men’s and Kids’ option, so it really is a great option for the whole family!
You can create a Stitch Fix profile here and request your first box for you or a family member. There’s a $20 styling fee (sometimes this fee is waived, though!) and it goes toward anything that you keep from your box. There’s also a prepaid mailing envelope enclosed with your box to easily ship back what you decide you don’t want to keep. My general rule of thumb is to keep at least one thing (if I like it enough!) so I don’t lose that $20 styling fee!
Have you tried Stitch Fix yet?