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Stitch Fix Review ~ Maternity Edition (20 weeks with twins)

I took a break from Stitch Fix early on in my pregnancy because I didn’t really know what to expect and wanted to hold off on buying any regular new clothes since I knew (or hoped anyway) that I would outgrow them soon!

So once my belly started to pop I thought I’d give it a try again since I was getting a bit desperate for maternity clothes and had no idea where to start! I’m excited to say that I am sooo happy with my first maternity version of Stitch Fix!! As usual, I tried everything on and James took some photos of me so you all can help me decide what to keep and what to send back!! 🙂


Piece 1: Rune – Porter Maternity Legging

First Impression: I could use a good pair of comfy leggings… I really hope these aren’t see-through like the cheap ones I shouldn’t have bought! 😉

Final Thoughts: YESSS – nice opaque leggings with a full panel and great stretch! Maternity staple… I’m pretty sure?!


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Piece 2: Loveappella Maternity – Deschutes Lace Detail Maternity Knit Top

First Impression: This could be cute! Love the color and the lace details!

Final Thoughts: I think it’s pretty darn cute! My only worry is that I might outgrow this pretty quickly, even though it is a maternity top – it’s pretty snug!


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Piece 3: RD Style – Killian Cowl Neck Sweater

First Impression: I feel like they always try to send me this style of sweaters and I never really love them on me…

Final Thoughts: Hmm…. I don’t know – I just never really feel these on myself!? This isn’t a maternity top – but could work for maternity and obviously after, but I’m just not sure I love it.


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Piece 4: Leota Maternity – Dariah Maternity Abstract Faux Wrap Dress

First Impression: Could be cute – but I don’t really have a need for this dress right now…

Final Thoughts: I think it is cute enough, but don’t totally love the pattern, and more importantly am not sure I really have anywhere to where this enough that it would be worth getting.


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Piece 5: Tart Maternity – Sanai Striped French Terry Maternity Dress

First Impression: Ooooo…. stripes are calling my name, as always!

Final Thoughts: This is a bit snug, but I gather it is made to fit that way… and I think I love it?? It could be cute with a scarf and my tall brown boots for fall. Maybe a good maternity photo dress? I don’t know!


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So, what do you guys think?! What should I keep and what should I send back?!

By the way – if you’re interested in trying out Stitch Fix yourself – use this link:

Have a wonderful weekend everybody! We’re off to shoot an awesome couple’s wedding tomorrow! XOXO

  • Julie Stephany - Keep them all, they all look good on youReplyCancel

  • Heather Stephany Gerard - Love the leggings, sweater, and stripped dress. I think the sweater looks good on you and it looks like it has room that it will still be comfy as your belly starts to grow more. It could be a great lounging/office day sweater. The blue, lace top is really cute and looks great on you, but I can see where you could outgrow it.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Ewing - Leggings definitely yes. Heck, see if you can find the brand and buy a second pair! And the sweater I love – I have a similar one (on mine the cowl connects to a hood) and it’s so freaking cozy! But if it’s something you’ll never wear, return it. The other three I love on you, but really worry you’ll outgrow too fast, so unless you have somewhere to wear them in the next couple of weeks, I’d return them. Which is a huge shame, but hey, that’s twins! 😉ReplyCancel

  • Catie Early Thompson - They sent me those leggings too and I love them! I also have a sweater like the cowl neck one and I didn’t love it at first because it seemed SO slouchy but I’ve loved it lately because it’s so comfy and it doesn’t restrict my belly at all.ReplyCancel

  • Kristin Witkowski - You make everything look amazing!!! Keep it all!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Aly Carroll - I’d say keep the sweater, leggings, & striped dress! SUPER cute! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Tamara - I agree with Aly! Sweater, leggings and striped dress!! 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Sarah Anderson - Ok – Soo the thing no one told me and I wish they would have is – dressing post pregnancy is harder then during! Reason being – you need to get to the milk source fast and without difficulty!! That being said keep this is mind so you can maybe use some of your maternity clothing into the first few months of post delivery.ReplyCancel

  • Nikole Burrell Fasoranti - You look fantastic! I was a beast when I was pregnant 😉 I think whatever you pick works. It all looks good on you!ReplyCancel

  • Kristel Stephany - I LOVE everything except the cowl neck sweater. Maybe when you have more of a belly. I think you just look fantastic in figure fitting outfits.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Van Elk - ALL! I’m also pregnant and I wish I knew they had stitch fix maternity. I’m going to have to find that colbat/navy top!ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Dundich Cantore - love them allReplyCancel

  • Stefanie Miller - Sweater for the win!ReplyCancel

  • Mimi Farias - 2,4,5 and 6 you look great in all but those were my fav!ReplyCancel

  • Mimi Farias - Aahh..just idk keep them all! Why not?ReplyCancel

  • Ann Vega-Raatz - I love the cowl sweater and it looks roomy for the months ahead. Of course leggings…buy 3 in my opinion. I never wore them since being pregnant in Miami and wearing those would have caused me heat stroke!ReplyCancel

  • Lauren Donovan Lee - Definitely the striped dress and leggings. The others sounds like you’re not wild about. I had a similar striped dress that I wore even at 8 months and loved it, the fact that it was fitted seemed more flattering actually!ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Perron - I love the sweater!!ReplyCancel

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