Spring is officially here and the rain has arrived! Thought it was the most perfect time to share our latest Stitch Fix Kids delivery – filled with all sorts of goodies to set my girl up for the Spring weather.
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UNICORNS, UNICORNS, UNICORNS!
Is it possible to live a life without unicorns when you have a daughter? I don’t know about boys since I’m a girl mom, but my 5-year-old is unicorn OB-sessed. So many unicorns.
I’m so thankful I opened up her Stitch Fix Kids delivery while she was at school. Because if I didn’t, we would definitely have kept this adorable rain coot and rain boot set.
The only reason we didn’t keep it, is because I had just purchased a new pair of rainboots (got a brand new pair of pink croc rainboots for $5 bucks on Facebook Marketplace wahuuuut?) and we already had a raincoat from last year that still fit. If we didn’t have them already on hand, I would have been very tempted to keep these.
OTHER SPRING STAPLES
Well, rain boots and raincoats are a must. We also received a few layering tops, an adorable dress and a heavier weight sweater, perfect for cool spring mornings (it’s been in the 30’s here in the morning, but 60’s in the afternoon!).
This little navy striped dress with gold polka dots was probably her fave in the box (remember, I hid the unicorn stuff – am I the worst or what?) – She wears this dress ALL THE TIME.
Goes great with leggings. The ruffle detailing around the shoulders is the cutest. Here’s a shot of her in action with it (excuse the quality of the image – she was moving at speeds not natural for a human child). Will she ever stop jumping off the furniture?
We also kept this front-knotted sweater. Love this style on myself and now she can rock a mini-mama top.
This little navy top had the most adorable tie backs on the back. She had something sorta similar and she wasn’t wowed by it, so we sent it back.
Ruffles were winning in this delivery. We kept this SUPER SOFT, twirl-worthy, baby blue top and she wears it just about as much as she wears the navy stripe dress (like, um…always?).
We sent the jeans back – super cute, little frayed hem crops my daughter would never, ever wear – because jeans are too “crunchy”. Her words, not mine. This is 5 people.
We also sent back this graphic tee (not our style) and cardi (we have something similar). We kept a pair of red leggings though and she wears them lots.
HOW STITCH FIX KIDS WORKS
Stitch Fix Kids is pretty much identical to the Stitch Fix Women’s and Men’s versions. You create a profile with sizing and style choices and schedule your fixes as you need them via their handy-dandy little calendar tool. There’s a $20 styling fee that is applied to whatever you purchase. If you don’t purchase anything, they keep the $20 bucks to cover their time styling your kiddo.
- Affordable Clothing – Leggings start at $10, graphic tees at $12, dresses and denim at $18, and outerwear at $25
- Boys and Girls Sizes 2T – 14
- 8-12 styled pieces per delivery (clothing, accessories & shoes)
GET $25 BUCKS OFF
If you want to give them a try, you’ll get $25 bucks off your first fix using this partner link. Definitely, worth giving it a shot, I found two of my daughter’s most favorite dresses through Stitch Fix Kids. Here’s a sneak peek and the link to that fix if you’re interested in the full deets.
And, don’t forget about yourself! I just got an adorable top, jeans and my MOST FAVORITE COAT ever in my last fix. You can see what they look like on in my Instastories under STYLE.
Happy Spring, guys!
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