A few months ago I read about Stitch Fix on my girl Nat's blog and was intrigued. I wasn't quite sure I was brave enough to venture out of my Old Navy comfort zone, but after seeing month after month of fabulous pieces that her personal stylist had sent her I had to give it a go. I wasn't sure that being 5 months pregnant was the right time to try it out considering it does not have a maternity option, but I threw caution to the wind and a few "I'm knocked up, send me something flowy" pleas into my application.
I didn't expect to fall in love, but as soon as I opened the box and saw navy with white stripes and black sheer material and got really excited! I was very pleasantly surprised with my selections and knew I was in trouble...or at least my bank account was.
Here are some "high quality" cell phone picts of this weeks maternity wear followed by my favorite Stitch Fix find.
Seriously...how amazing is this top?!! I just love finding pieces that will work with my growing bump as well as that very flattering after baby belly. (why don't they tell you that you come home from the hospital still looking 9 months pregnant???)
BTW: It also comes in different colors! I die!
Earrings: Forever 21 / Bracelets: Charming Charlie & Stella and Dot
Are you ready to try out Stitch Fix for yourself? If you enjoy having a personal shopper, clothes shipped directly to you to try on with your existing wardrobe and keeping up with the latest style trends then the answer to that question should be YES!!!
About Stitch Fix: Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that delivers a truly personalized Fix™ of accessibly priced items directly to doors across the United States. Stitch Fix hand picks pieces for each client, to ultimately help them look and feel their best.
Over time, Stitch Fix tracks and learns from each client’s preferences, likes, and dislikes making it the only shopping experience that can know women’s tastes even better than their friends.
Stitch Fix works with over 200 brands, from up-and-coming labels to more established designers. Based in San Francisco, Stitch Fix has over 50 employees and ships throughout the U.S.