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This Stitch Fix came at a moment of desperation.
I was headed out the door to our besties’ New Year’s Eve party, and I was uncomfortable. Pregnancy does that to you. Shortly before leaving I saw my January maternity Fix in the driveway, and I just knew I was going to immediately rip the tags off of SOMETHING in the box.
And I did. I pulled out an item, put it on and left the house. My one item was selected before I could even try anything else on, but it was oh-so worth it.
If you’re not familiar with Stitch Fix, you can find all of the details here. At the time of these photos, I was almost 18 weeks along with baby No. 2.
Loveappella Maternity Cheyene Cross Back Maternity Knit Top – Small – $48
This Loveappella top wasn’t my one item, but I kind of wish it was. It’s like the basic long-sleeved t-shirts I have been living in, but it has a fun back that I could dress up if needed. Even though it’s a maternity shirt, I totally would wear it even if I wasn’t pregnant.
Alas, it wasn’t what I needed in my moment of desperation. Back it goes.
Necklace | Stitch Fix
Jeans | Gap Maternity (similar here)
Shoes | Tieks (color currently sold out)
41Hawthorn Selfridge Cowl Neck Knit Top – Small – $48
I wasn’t impressed with this top when I pulled it out of the box. The material is very thin, and it just felt… cheap.
The fit, however, is awesome. The Selfridge isn’t a maternity top, so I don’t think it’s going to work in the long run for my growing bump. But, the cowl front would be great if you’re just trying to hide your belly early in the first trimester! There is also a built-in camisole, which means the thin fabric isn’t as much of a problem as I thought it would be.
Necklace | Stitch Fix
Booties | Blondo (similar here)
Street Level Anchorage Solid Canvas Tote – $58
I jokingly asked Stylist Jessica if Stitch Fix carried diaper bags, and I received this Street Level tote. And while it’s not really a diaper bag, I can see how it could definitely be utilized as one.
With three large compartments, and a few smaller pockets, all this needs is a waterproof/insulated bottle carrier and you would be set. I’m not crazy about canvas bags, though, so this was out for me.
Plus, I just bought an awesome diaper bag with my birthday money. 🙂
Market & Spruce Aleah Heathered V-Neck Dolman Top – Small – $48
This is almost the same dolman top I purchased last month, and I half considered buying it again this time.
The bump loves it some dolman.
I’m just not crazy about the brownish-black heather. Stitch Fix calls this “tan,” but it’s definitely a weird dark brown.
Rune Porter Maternity Legging – Small – $58
Last month I couldn’t fathom spending over $50 on maternity leggings. This month I ripped the tags off these babies so fast, I never even considered how much they would cost.
Yes, they’re basic, high-quality, black leggings. But when your regular favorite leggings start cutting off your circulation, it’s imperative that you find a maternity-version replacement STAT.
I’ve worn these for three days straight. Sue me.
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
Also, please disregard the laundry draped over my bed in all of the above photos. I really make an effort to at least shift the mess behind the mirror when I do these posts, and I didn’t even notice the rogue pair of jeans until after the photo shoot… which I was definitely not going to re-do, since I’m tired, pregnant and lazy. 😉
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chelsea jacobs says
I love that first top! I see why you sent it back, but it looked great on you!