StitchFix: Maternity

When I placed my order for my most recent StitchFix, I requested maternity pieces and/or pieces that would grow with me. I also wanted them to be pieces that would work through summer since the rest of my pregnancy will no doubt involve 80-100 degree temps.

The first item in my fix was this adorable navy blue dress. It was comfortable and lightweight but ultimately too short to wear to work, which is what I would want it for, so sadly, I sent it back. It actually looked and felt shorter in real life than it looks in photos, but it’s just one of those dresses I wouldn’t feel comfortable wearing to the office, especially with a growing bump that will make it shorter as the weeks go on.

I was 25 weeks, 6 days pregnant in these photos
The second item I was sent is this chevron print maxi skirt. I’m not a huge fan of chevron for clothing and overall I didn’t love the way it fit. I don’t own a maxi skirt so I was open to trying one, but I don’t think this one is it for me.
My favorite items in my fix were a set of three maternity tanks. I received black,white and nude. I cannot rave enough about them and their quality. They are super long, stretchy and so so soft. I wore one under a new maternity tunic (from Monday’s post) and I wore this one yesterday under a white tunic. I love getting basics like this in my fixes because they’re items I will own for a long time. I’ll also wear these postpartum as they’re perfect for wearing under more sheer tops and easy to pull up (or down) for nursing. I own a lot of blouses that are a little sheer and these are a must-have for layering!

Top number three was a disappointment. I felt the styled looked like it was meant for a kid’s t-shirt. I did like the fit and the ruching on the side, but the stripes combined with the piping, pocket and sleeve tabs just didn’t do it for me.

I actually loved the fit of the last top in my fix. If it had been all black or another solid color, I 100 percent would have kept it. The lace cap sleeves were a such a cute detail but for some reason, the tiny polka dots made me feel like the top looked a little juvenile (I’m seeing a theme here…) I don’t know why I got that vibe from it, but I decided to send it back since it didn’t fully wow me.

I have another fix scheduled to arrive in a few weeks since I would like a few more maternity pieces to get me through the end of this pregnancy, so I’ll report back on that as soon as the items come in! If you’re interested in StitchFix and having one of their stylists pick out looks for you based on your style profile, you can sign up here.

FTC disclaimer: I am using affiliate links in this post, but all purchases are made with my own money. This is not a sponsored post, all opinions are my own.

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