In case you didn’t know… Stitch Fix not only styles non-maternity boxes, but also maternity, men AND kids now! I got tired of shopping in stores or ordering tons of sizes of maternity clothes online, so for this last trimester, I decided to try out Stitch Fix Maternity. Let’s get to my Stitch Fix Maternity Review!
After MONTHS of ordering dozens of maternity clothes online in multiple sizes and trying unimpressive things on in-stores, I decided to give Stitch Fix Maternity a try because the box is tailored exactly to my size, shape and style.
I love that Stitch Fix is now carrying household/name brands, too. They’ve definitely stepped it up a notch lately and I am so appreciative to have a maternity service since styles in stores are lackluster.
The added convenience of having the box come straight to my house is just a bonus, but now that I’m in my third trimester ( hellooo #36weeks preggo ), going to the mall, walking around, feeling like my baby is going to pop out at any moment and I pee about 45 times an hour… shopping is no longer enjoyable.
Send me all the online things.
stitch fix maternity review
In case you’re unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, the basic facts are:
- It’s a clothing subscription service
- Stitch Fix sends you 5 items in every box from clothes, to shoes and/or accessories
- You pay $20/box for a stylist fee. This fee gets applied to your balance for any items you decide to purchase/keep
- If you keep all five pieces in your box, you get a 25% discount off the entire box
- You build your profile – so that means you select your budget, you select your preferred style profiles, you pick what colors/items you definitely DON’T want, you pick your size/measurements and how you prefer clothes to fit you (e.g. fitted pants, flowier tops, etc).
- You can choose how frequently you get your boxes – from monthly to quarterly, every 6 months, once a year
- You can skip months or freeze your subscription at any time for no additional fees
Every box comes with a little card that shows you your items and also includes how you can style them in multiple ways with other clothing you may already own (or can add in the future). I love those little tip cards!
Now that we got those facts out of the way, my five items included a dress, leggings, a nursing tank top, a cardigan and a chambray button down.
Here’s the unboxing/try on:
If you feel inspired to try Stitch Fix, too (whether maternity or not), I’d appreciate it if you considered using my referral link. We BOTH get a $25 credit on our accounts – no strings attached.
Once you sign up for Stitch Fix, you get your own referral code to share with friends and family, too. So spread the love!
What’s been your experience with maternity clothes if you’ve been a mom-to-be? Has it been as frustrating as it’s been for me?
Have you tried Stitch Fix before? If so, you definitely should try it again because they’ve really stepped up their brands and options lately!
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