After an overall positive Fix last month, I was really looking forward to seeing what my stylist picked this time around. As soon as I opened the box, I was super excited to try it all on because my stylist nailed my style this time! I had requested more floral, flowy tops and a pair of maternity shorts and found both in my May shipment. My stylist also sent two cute dresses, which I’ve definitely been wearing more of as my belly continues to grow. Keep reading for my May Stitch Fix Maternity review – sharing all of the fun things I received this time!
Stitch Fix Maternity Review and Try-On Session: May
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Kaileigh Tasha Maternity Knit Dress
This dress was extremely comfortable, almost a silky stretchy material. It was also super flattering and the straps crossed in the back. The only reason I didn’t keep this dress was because the neckline was weird – it felt like it should have either been lower cut OR higher cut like a halter neckline. Where the neckline hit made the fabric kind of bunch up around the edge and I didn’t love that. Otherwise, the dress was super cute and I just wish that the neckline was made differently!
Just Black Romeo Maternity Denim Shorts
These shorts were cute, stretchy and comfortable. I really liked that they were over-the-belly maternity shorts because I have tried under-belly maternity shorts/jeans and didn’t love how they fit. I almost kept these but wasn’t sure how much use I’d actually get out of them at this point in pregnancy. I’ve basically resorted to wearing dresses most days because I hate having anything snug covering my belly!
Daniel Rainn Lottie Blouse
This shirt was cute and I liked the colors, too. I do love a good blouse that I can pair with white jeans as the weather warms up, but I couldn’t justify the price of this top and I wasn’t sure how much I’d be able to wear this post-pregnancy since it’s definitely made for a bump!
Full Moon Jerrod Maternity Blouse
I don’t think I had this written explicitly in my Stitch Fix profile, but I really dislike black and red or black and pink paired together – so naturally, this top was not going to work for me! I had even considered keeping my entire Fix for the 25% discount, but this top made me change my mind on that, to be honest! There was nothing wrong with the shirt expect I just personally don’t like the color combo 🙂
French Gray Ferrin Maternity Halter Maxi Dress
I knew this one was going to be a winner as soon as I put it on! I love halter necklines and maxi dresses are my fave. This is a maternity dress, but I definitely think I could continue wearing this post-baby as well. It has a side slit on one side and the floral fabric is flowy. You could dress this one up or down easily. I had a Stitch Fix credit on my account and I got some cash for Mother’s Day, so I decided to treat myself to this dress!
Overall May Stitch Fix Maternity Review
I was very pleased with this month’s Fix, and totally would have kept the entire thing (so I could save 25%) but I really disliked the black and red blouse and I probably don’t need too many new maternity items with just a few months of pregnancy left. I’m thrilled about the maxi dress I kept, though, because I know it will continue to work postpartum and I’ll definitely get my money’s worth!
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!