I never got around to sharing the second March Fix I received, but to sum it up, I returned it all because I asked for non-maternity but the items I received weren’t flowy enough to work past the second trimester. So, for this April Fix, I opted to go for all maternity styles and specifically requested floral and flowy tops and a pair of white jeans – and my stylist delivered! I was actually super impressed with her picks and I could tell she really read my note with my requests, so that made me feel a lot more confident in Stitch Fix this time around.
Stitch Fix Maternity Review and Try-On Session: April
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Le Lis Prji Maternity Tie Front Blouse
I actually liked this blouse a whole lot more once I tried it on! I was initially turned off by the bird print – it’s just not my thing. But it actually works well and pairs nicely with white jeans. I think if it were a different print (but I do love the navy color!), I might have kept this one.
Verse Jory Maternity Split Neck Top
When I first tried this top on, I thought for sure I was going to keep it. I finally changed my mind because I didn’t LOVE it – just liked it, and I would rather spend my money on something I can’t live without!
Madewell Maternity Jeans
So, these are the jeans I’ve heard RAVE reviews about. I had never tried under-belly maternity jeans and to be honest, they were way too low-cut for my liking, maternity or not. I felt like I couldn’t bend over safely in these jeans, and with kids, that’s a necessity so these were a big NO. I bought a pair of over-belly maternity jeans from Old Navy last month and they are amazing and just as good or better quality than these Madewell ones, promise! At a fraction of the price, too.
Full Moon Peppy Knit Maternity Top
This one was a big no for me. I don’t like t-shirts. I like sleeveless or 3/4 sleeve, but t-shirts have never been my thing. Plus I wasn’t crazy about the pattern on this one. It was definitely comfortable, though, if you’re a fan of this style!
Skies are Blue Maternity Dress
I was so torn on this dress! It was a French terry material and so soft and had plenty of room to stretch for a growing belly. I liked the teal color of the stripes, but I’m not a huge fan of stripes in general, so I was on the fence about this dress. Part of me wishes I’d kept it, but alas, I decided to return it because I wasn’t sure I’d wear it enough to justify the purchase!
Overall April Stitch Fix Maternity Review
Like I said above, I was very impressed with this month’s Fix overall! Even though I didn’t keep anything (mainly because I’m a commitment-phobe and hate buying maternity things I may not end up wearing), I felt like my stylist really looked at my Pinterest style board and listened to my requests. I do occasionally think I should have kept the striped dress, but I really do have a closet full of dresses that will work throughout the rest of my pregnancy, so technically I didn’t “need” it! 🙂
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!