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Well, howdy friends.
It’s been a while! I used to get Stitch Fix every month and write allllllll about it, but with my ever growing bump, I was a little uncertain about whether or not I’d want to continue with the service because when I’m pregnant, clothes turn into the annoying, uncomfortable enemy. It’s like a consistent, unfriendly reminder that yes I’m getting LARGE. And while that is a great thing that my belly is getting HUGE, so are my thighsbuttboobsarmsface and that’s the part I don’t like.
So, I put it off for a while.
But, I am here to testify that the Stitch Fix gals know what they are doing, especially when it comes to dressing us pregnant ladies. Nothing makes me feel prettier than taking the time to put on makeup and getting dressed into cute, new clothes. It’ll work wonders for your psyche.
Here’s what I got in my latest box:
Loveappella Maternity Coterie V-Neck Raglan Maternity Knit Top in S -$54. I first pulled this shirt out and was like “this looks too big” but then put it on and it fit just right. So, basically I’m as big as a house. But, at least I’m big as a house in a super cute shirt!! I really like the style of this one and it truly is ohhhhh sooooo comfortable. That seems to be the determining factor for me these days for all maternity clothes that I buy. Anyways, I kept this one and have worn it quite a bit ever since.
PS- don’t mind my dirty mirror. I swear I had just cleaned it.
Look by M Tahoe Flannel Print Infinity Scarf-$34. I’m a bit of a scarf fanatic. This one looks itchy, but it’s not. I love the colors and I love that it’s an infinity scarf. Sooo, I kept this sucker.
Skies are Blue Bienne Stand Up Collar Wool Coat in S-$98. This coat was super cozy and warm and it actually zipped up over my belly!! I was shocked. It probably wouldn’t zip up in a month, though. So I sent this coat back. Also, Oregon doesn’t typically ever get below freezing, so I didn’t really see a need to keep this item.
Absolutely Landa Open Cardigan in S-$58. I don’t think this was a maternity cardigan, but I love it! Very Christmasy and bright. It doesn’t wrap completely over my belly, but I don’t think it’s necessarily supposed to. Easy keep for me.
Ingrid & Isabel Abra Maternity Dress in S -$88. Horizontal lines are not my friend. Especially when I am as large as I am. Anyways, I went back and forth on whether or not to keep this or send it back. In the end, comfort won and I just decided to keep it because IT’S SO COMFORTABLE. Horizontal lines be damned. I think I might end up wearing it with black leggings because it’s a little chilly outside and the bigger my belly gets, the more dress length I lose. I haven’t decided how I want to style it yet. Thoughts?
One day when all my laundry is done at the same time, I might be able to do a full post on other non-Stitch Fix maternity clothes that I can’t live without. But until then, I have these cute, new items from Stitch Fix. Holla!
Anyways, I kept 4/5 items which is about average for me. I might get one more Stitch Fix Maternity box before I pop this little boy out but in the mean time…
And if you don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, check this first post I wrote here.
Check out all the Stitch Fix boxes I’ve gotten so far HERE.