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Welcome back to another peek at at my latest Stitch Fix box! My March Stitch Fix Maternity review included a few hits and a few misses, but the hits were just my style and my monthly budget appreciated that not every item was a keeper. If you missed the first half of my review, click the image below to get started. Otherwise, let’s keep scrolling! Make sure you read all the way to the end because I’m joining with several other Stitch Fix bloggers to bring you a $350 Stitch Fix gift card giveaway this month.
Adorra Maternity Skinny Jean (Keep)
My stylist, Jodi, included a gorgeous pair of green maternity pants in this fix. Until this point, my wardrobe was pretty much dominated by leggings and I was excited to try on an actual pair of pants that could accommodate my growing baby bump. And the fact that the Adorra Maternity Skinny Jean from Just Black ($88) were a deep shade of green was just icing on the cake! The color was interesting, but not so outrageous that I would only be able to pair one or two tops with the skinny jeans.
I received the most beautiful convertible scarf/poncho as a gift for Christmas and have been looking for a great way to style it. These pants coordinated so well with the poncho colors, without being too matchy-matchy. I polished the look off with a pair of brown riding boots (similar here) and was good to go!
There was no doubt in my mind that I would keep the Adorra Maternity Skinny Jean. I’ve actually already worn this outfit to work on a day that I just wanted to be warm and cozy. I cannot begin to tell you how many compliments I received on my outfit that day.
RECREATE THE LOOK:
After wearing these pants on several occasions, it is worth noting that they have a lot of stretch. So much, in fact, that these pants are very prone to sagging and I find myself having to hike them up throughout the day far more often that I need to do with my other maternity pants. The care instructions say that they can go in in the dryer at low heat and I’ve just been letting them hang dry. I will probably throw them in the dryer next time and see if it helps keep them in place a bit better.
These pants were a size 27 (my usual pre-pregnancy size) so if you receive these pants and they are a perfect fit at first, you may want to wear them around the house with the tags on for a day and see what happens. If they start to sag, it might be worth exchanging them for the next size down. I seriously LOVE these pants, but I wish they didn’t stretch and sag quite so much.
Jesse Crossbody Bag (Return)
The final item included in my March Stitch Fix box was a purple Jesse Crossbody Bag from Shiraleah ($48). The crossbody bag had a removable shoulder strap that allowed it to double as a clutch. I absolutely loved the rich purple color and the soft, suede-like texture.
I ultimately decided not to keep the Jesse Crossbody Bag (although I was seriously tempted!). When it comes down to it, I already have a really great Kate Spade bag that I use on a regular basis. It holds all of my essential belongings and the neutral color pairs well with all of my outfits.
RECREATE THE LOOK
I’ve looked all over the internet for a similar floral top, but it seems as though this item from Pink Blush is truly unique. You can find it here. Shop the widget below to shop by style for the other items in this look:
What I Kept from my March Stitch Fix Maternity Box
This was my second shipment from Stitch Fix Maternity (you can see the first one here) and I was thrilled to keep two items from my box this month. Here’s a recap of what I decided to keep (as well as what was returned.)
Coroa Maternity Split Neck Blouse from Paradigma ($68) -- return
Moran Maternity Mixed Material Knit Top from Full Moon ($54) -- keep
Peralta Pullover Maternity Knit Top from Page VI for Stitch Fix ($54) -- return
Adorra Maternity Skinny Jean from Just Black ($88) -- keep
Jesse Crossbody Bag from Shiraleah ($48) -- return
Stitch Fix Now Offers Plus Sizes
Have you heard the good news? Stitch Fix now offers plus size styling! I was over-the-moon to hear that their services were expanding to include maternity styles and clothes for men. Now, the company that I love is finally available for everyone! Sizes 14W-24W and 1X to 3X are now available from more than 90 brands. If you are a plus-size woman who has been dying to try the service, the wait is over! Create your FREE style profile and schedule a fix today. I am so excited for you to receive your first fix.
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