I’m sure I sound like a broken record at this point, but the box I received a few days ago is hands down my favorite box I’ve ever received from Stitch Fix garment-wise.
It’s also surely not a coincidence that the price for the total box was also the highest I’ve received to date, and seeing the individual prices next to each item kind of hurt my feelings! I’m usually okay with receiving a few higher-priced items for consideration, but this month every single item was at least $68. Ouch! Everything is so pretty though!
Take a look at my November maternity box.
RD Style | Bayridge Poncho Sweater
I would have never in a zillion years touched this sweater in the store, and I was not a fan when I pulled it out of the box. Because Stitch Fix encourages its buyers to try everything on I slipped it on and surprisingly loved it. I could absolutely wear it all winter long as it has plenty of room for a growing belly, but I could also wear it next winter too since it’s not technically a maternity top. I also really love it paired with the pair of jeans below! As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, the price point of this sweater is pretty steep (of course, right?).
Kut From The Kloth | Kate Maternity Distressed Boyfriend Jean
I love this brand, I love the perfect fit (just a tad loose which will give me room to grow during the pregnancy, and I love the more relaxed look (faded with a few tight rips). My only complaint about these jeans that didn’t make me fall in love with them right away is that they’re not quite as straight-legged and tight around my ankle as I’d like. I like wearing my jeans tucked into boots, and these bunch a little bit with boots at the knee. I still love these jeans though and would feel confident wearing them my entire pregnancy!
Daniel Rainn | Lottie Pleated Maternity Blouse
I know this might not be everybody’s style, but I think this shirt is stunningly gorgeous! The print and style are just perfect! Though it’s a bit pricey, I’m more concerned about wearing it this time of year and who much use I’ll actually get out of it while pregnant. It’s not technically a maternity shirt either but allows for room to grow. Hmm. Would love your thoughts!
Market & Spruce | Trace Tie Waist Cardigan
At first I thought this was a definite keeper because everybody needs a neutral and thick cardigan like this, but it’s so baggy (maybe it’s supposed to fit this way?), and I don’t love it enough to try and exchange it for a different size.
Kut From The Kloth | Raya Maternity Faux Leather Trim Skinny Pant
In the words of my mother-in-law, these pants are “hot”! Ha! Trust me when I say they’re as comfortable as leggings, but I’m not sure if I would wear these enough to justify keeping them. Unlike a normal pair of casual jeans, I can’t just throw these on all the time. This pair is more of a statement pair of pants, so I can’t justify splurging on them during this pregnancy. It’s highly possible I’ll regret sending these back though.
Bayridge Poncho – Returned (sad sad sad!!!) Can’t justify $88…
Kate Maternity Distressed Boyfriend Jeans – Kept
Lottie Pleated Maternity Blouse – Returned
Trace Tie Waist Cardigan – Returned
Raya Maternity Faux Leather Trim Skinny Pant – Returned
What is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is a stop-anytime apparel subscription service that sends customers five pieces of clothing and accessories once a month (or more or less depending on one’s preferences) based on price points that one designates in her profile. Stitch Fix stylists hand-pick what to send each customer based on one’s online profile created upon sign up. Customers are charged a $20 styling fee upfront per shipment, but the styling fee is later applied to any item(s) the customers chooses to keep. If one chooses to send back all five items, Stitch Fix keeps the $20 fee. A customer’s best bet is to keep at least one item since $20 has already been paid. Stitch Fix also includes a prepaid bad to send all unwanted items back. If a customer chooses to keep all five items, she gets a 25% discount off of the entire box. So awesome! I love this concept of shopping!
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