My fourth maternity shipment from Stitch Fix came my way this month and I was surprised to see that my usual maternity stylist, Jodi, wasn’t available this month. Not to worry, though! Kate stepped in and took great care of me. I can’t wait to show you the rest of my May maternity Stitch Fix review. If you’re just now joining the fun, you probably want to hop over to the first page to see the rest of the items in my fix. Then make sure you hop back to this page for your chance to win a $400 Stitch Fix gift card!
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Lottie Pleated Maternity Blouse: Keep
I love that Kate included a sleeveless blouse in my fix this month. Say hello to the Lottie Pleated Maternity Blouse from Pale Sky ($64). She recommended I try it on with the Lauderdale Knit Cardigan from Market & Spruce that I received in my April fix. Let me tell you, this was a match made in heaven! The soft peachy-blush color of the cardigan perfectly complimented the coral blossoms of the blouse. The resulting look was soft, flowy, feminine and just my style.
I love that this blouse is perfect for me to wear to school where I teach kindergarten every day. They look great with a pair of navy maternity pants. This is a hand-me-down pair and the debate continues about whether they are jeans or just navy pants. Either way, you can find similar non-jean navy maternity pants here, here, and here.
I also wore my only pair of navy flats with this outfit, which happened to be a pair of the Minnie style from Tory Burch. If you read the blog often, you know I’m a Tieks girl, but after hearing so many people debate whether Tory Burch or Tieks made a more comfortable flat, I decided to use some store credit to invest in a pair. I gotta say, the Tory Burch shoes are pretty, but the toe box puts to much pressure on my big toes and I’m in pain mid-way through my day every time I wear them. If you’re currently debating, you can check out my Tieks review and then do yourself a favor and invest in a California Navy pair of Tieks.
RECREATE THE LOOK
Lynn Maternity Knit Top: Return
The fifth and final item Kate included in my fix this month was a Lynn Maternity Knit Top from Market & Spruce ($48). The shirt was very soft, very comfortable and a great casual option.
It also happened to look great with my super-comfy maternity jeans, a white denim jacket (similar), and my gray tennis shoes from Target (such a bargain!). I also added my white Kendra Scott necklace and silver Kate Spade watch.
The print of the Lynn Maternity Knit Top didn’t quite suit my style and I decided to return it. I usually prefer larger-scale prints (and floral prints over geometric prints) so this small scale geometric print wasn’t quite my taste. In truth, I liked wearing the white jacket to calm down the print. But I know there are many, many women out there who love a good geometric print, regardless of the scale. If you are one of those women, this top might be just your style!
RECREATE THE LOOK
What I Kept From My May Stitch Fix Box
Agnes Lace Sleeve Maternity Knit Top from Loveappella Maternity ($54) -- KEEP
Apollo Lace Back Open Cardigan from Tea N Rose ($54) -- Return
Wendel Maternity Straight Leg Pant from Liverpool ($78) -- Return
Lottie Pleated Maternity Blouse from Pale Sky ($64) -- KEEP
Lynn Maternity Knit Top from Market & Spruce ($48) -- Return
Stitch Fix Giveaway
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