Wednesday, June 22, 2016

First Trimester Stitch Fix

So I got this Stitch Fix months ago, but it took me a while to get around to posting it because I hadn't announced my pregnancy yet and thought some of these pictures might give it away!

I scheduled my fix for April and then found out I was pregnant shortly afterwards, so I shot my stylist a note asking for roomy, stretchy styles that would accommodate a growing belly. She did really well, and was so sweet in her note!


Brixon Ivy Kessie Knit Faux Wrap Dress ($64)

This first piece would make a really good post-partum piece, I think - I'm just so high-waisted that the waist fell too low on me for it to work as a maternity piece, so I sent it back.


Laundry by Shelli Segal Karisa Ruched Jersey Dress ($128, petite)

I really loved this dress and the way it fit, but it was just a smidge too short to wear without leggings, and the material felt dressier than I would *want* to wear with leggings! The price point was also higher than I've requested, and much more than I'd pay for a dress like that. Sent it back.


Market & Spruce Sam Hi-Lo Short Sleeve Tee ($44)
Renee C Galinda Printed Maxi Skirt ($58, petite)

These two pieces probably weren't paired together best - I was pressed for time when I was taking pictures (the toddler was napping in my bed, so I ran into the boys' room while the other kids were outside), so I just tried to make it work! The shirt was a no, solely because I already have a slouchy black t-shirt. The skirt, though, was SUCH a win and I wear it all the time! The maxi skirts I've gotten from Stitch Fix in the past have been waaaay too long, but this one was perfect!


Gilli Rinna Dress ($68)

I adored this dress - the silhouette I prefer, fun polka dots, and a cute little cutout opening in the back. Buuuut again, the waist fell a little too low for it to work as a maternity piece on me, so back it went. I *do* think this might be a good post-partum option for some women - the neckline was nice and stretchy, so it's definitely nursing-friendly.

What do you think? Should I give Stitch Fix another try and check out their maternity line? Are you interested in the service? It's totally worth a try, even just once! I'd love it if you used my referral link :)

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