November Stitch Fix Maternity Review

November 11, 2015·

As always, I’m excited to share my Stitch Fix maternity review with you guys! This month, I requested that my stylist, Kimberly J., send me some things to wear at a conference I’m speaking at in Charleston, South Carolina. I wanted some classic pieces to be able to wear that I’ll feel comfortable, but confident in. I also requested some longer tops to wear with leggings! As usual, Kimberly nailed it and totally got my style.

I can’t wait to share with you what I got and what I decided to keep or not!

Without further ado… check it out:

Colorblock “Avesta Collarless Blazer” – Size XL – $98

Colorblock "Avesta Collarless Blazer" - Size XL - $98 Colorblock "Avesta Collarless Blazer" - Size XL - $98

Made in the USA!

This blazer is so, so, so flattering. It’s kind of hard to photograph how cute it really is, but seriously, it’s absolutely adorable. I love the cutouts, I love the collarless look, and I love where it hits on my hips. The sleeves are a little long, but honestly I kind of like the “rolled up look.” It’s definitely a blazer that you can easily dress up or dress down.

The price is steep, but honestly, I am willing to splurge on a staple piece like a classic black blazer that I know I can get a lot of wear out of.

Verdict: KEEP!

RD Style “Calandra Side Button Hooded Poncho” – Size L – $68

RD Style "Calandra Side Button Hooded Poncho" - Size L - $68

I wasn’t sold on this poncho at first. But, I specifically requested either some long tunics or comfy sweaters for this fix, and this is what Kimberly, my stylist, sent me. The moment I put it on I felt like I was being cuddled in a giant, cozy blanket. It’s SO snuggly! It’s definitely a poncho you only want to wear with leggings or skinny jeans… because ponchos like this can definitely “drown” you… but honestly, it’s so comfortable I don’t even care.

Verdict: KEEP!

Loveappella Maternity – “Corley Textured Maternity Knit Top” – Size L – $58

Loveappella Maternity - "Corley Textured Maternity Knit Top" - Size L - $58 Loveappella Maternity - "Corley Textured Maternity Knit Top" - Size L - $58

Made in the USA!

I really wanted to love this top. This royal blue color is totally my color and I always feel confident in this shade. However, there was just something about it I didn’t LOVE. The quality is amazing and I have loved almost ALL of the Loveappella Maternity items I’ve received, but something with this top just wasn’t a WOW to me. I was bummed because I really did want to love it.

Verdict: RETURN

Rune “Kiley Maternity Ankle Zip Legging” – Size L – $58

Rune "Kiley Maternity Ankle Zip Legging" - Size L - $58 Rune "Kiley Maternity Ankle Zip Legging" - Size L - $58

Made in the USA!

I didn’t try these on for pictures because they were just a little too snug for my taste. They definitely fit, but I just felt they were a hair too tight. I love the zipper detail and they’re a really high quality, thick material… but I have so many pairs of black leggings, I couldn’t justify keeping them.

Verdict: RETURN

Ingrid & Isabel “Britton Maternity Dress” – Size L – $88

Ingrid & Isabel "Britton Maternity Dress" - Size L - $88 Ingrid & Isabel "Britton Maternity Dress" - Size L - $88

This dress is absolutely stunning. Pictures don’t do it justice I feel like… it’s just so pretty. I love the lace / crochet overlay detail. I love the way it fits. I love the classic navy color. I also love that it can be easily dressed up or down with a blazer or jean jacket and tights. It could be worn with booties or heels and a statement necklace. I could also belt it to give it a little more shape. But honestly, it’s just so pretty on it’s own.

I also love the Ingrid & Isabel brand. I have a few maternity items from them (a lot of which are made in the USA) and so this dress was also a no brainer for me to keep!

Verdict: KEEP!

So what do you think?

Do you think I kept the right items? Anything I should have kept that I didn’t? Which ones were your favorites?

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