It’s Stitch Fix time!
Now, I know it’s been a couple of months since I wrote about my monthly fix, but since I’ve become pregnant, trying on clothes has become one of my least favorite things. I mentioned in another post that for the first few months of my pregnancy, I didn’t look pregnant, but just looked like I’d gained a bunch of weight. Because of this, all I wanted to think about wearing was stretchy pants and large tops. Now that my baby bump is becoming more pronounced, dressing up has become fun again. Woohoo!
Since clothes weren’t fun to me anymore, I was just about to cancel my monthly fixes until I got an email from the company telling me that they’d added new maternity styles for expectant moms like me. Double woohoo! I was prompted to update my style profile with my due date and a few other details so that my stylist could help style me appropriately over the coming months. I loved my fix this month and am totally on board for continuing to get my monthly fixes! Thanks, Stitch Fix!
Okay, here we go with my no-makeup, messy guest room photos…
#1 Bella Boutique Bilson Silver Infinity Necklace
As you’ve probably been able to tell from the jewelry I’ve kept in my other fixes, I love simple necklaces for everyday wear. This one totally fit the bill. THE DECISION: Kept.
#2 Market and Spruce Breyson Split-Neck Tab-Sleeve Knit Top
I loved the color of this top and was hoping it’d work, but the fit wasn’t 100% there. It was a little big in the shoulders and made me look really broad and since I’m bigger everywhere else right now, I didn’t want to have to add my shoulders to that list. THE DECISION: Sent back.
#3 Pomelo Daley Colorblock & Striped Short Sleeve Shirt
Loved this top! There’s lots of room for me to continue to wear it for the months to come and I love the stripes and color blocking. It could be dressed up or down and it’s so comfy. Love! THE DECISION: Kept.
#4 Mystree Jackie Striped French Terry Asymmetrical Jacket
Oh, I soooo wanted this to work. I was at a concert and saw and adorable pregnant gal wearing something similar and have been trying to find a style like this since. I was so happy when I saw this in my fix, but it was too short for this pregnant lady and a bit bulky. If it were a little longer, it probably would be in my closet, but I think as I progress with the pregnancy, the length of this jacket won’t be flattering at all. THE DECISION: Sent back.
#5 Tart Maternity Selanee Maternity Knit Dress
OMG. I am so in love with this dress that I want it in every color. The fit and style are great and will continue to flatter my body in the coming months. It’s so comfortable, but also has a classic fit and color that it can be worn with flip flops to the grocery store, with a cute cardigan and flats for a casual date night or with heels and a great necklace for a wedding or more dressy affair. The price was a bit high ($118), but there are a ton of ugly maternity clothes out there that I feel like if I find a style I love, I have to grab it. As I mentioned it’s also super versatile, so that helped soften the blow on my pocketbook when I think of all the different types of places I can wear it. THE DECISION: Kept.
So, there you have it! I went 3/5 this fix! What do you think? Did I keep the right things?
Disclosure: I was not paid by Stitch Fix to write this post, but if you click on one of the links above and sign up, I do receive a referral credit to buy more cute new clothes. I’m not sure if that’s a good or bad thing