My daughter’s second Stitch Fix for Kids box arrived in the mail recently! See what we got and whether or not we will be using this service again.
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Just a few days ago I was completely surprised by the arrival of a Stitch Fix box on my doorstep. I had requested a box for myself, but it was not due to arrive until later this week.
It didn’t take me long to notice the Stitch Fix Kids tape on the box, and then to do some digging in my inbox. The email reminders (both of them) had been buried in my inbox and I don’t even remember seeing them at all.
Back in July when we received our first Stitch Fix for Kids boxes, my oldest son’s box had been a great success (we kept everything), but my daughter Molly’s box contained too many expensive items for us to keep much. In the end, I let her keep a pair of shoes (pictured in the outfits below) and a cute jacket.
I knew I wanted to let her try again, though, so I edited my preferences for her and left a note to the stylist informing her that I wanted to avoid anything designer or remotely expensive (i.e., a $40 designer skirt, though ridiculously cute, is out of the question for my 4-year-old).
We opened the box on Facebook live, because fun, and gave you all a glimpse at what Stitch Fix sent Molly. Our first impressions were definitely favorable. Keep reading to see all the outfits on my adorable little girl (I’m partial, but she’s a sweetie) and see what we decided to keep!
Molly’s Second Stitch Fix for Kids :: See What They Sent!
Moon & Stars :: Claire T Shirt Dress :: $18
Rumi + Ryder :: Leah Knit Legging :: $12
This dress is sooooo soft, and I was immediately impressed with the quality of the leggings. They feel much stretchier and less prone to splitting in the knees which is what usually happens with Molly’s leggings. We shall see!
VERDICT :: Keep both. Molly actually wore this outfit to church on Sunday.
Rumi + Ryder :: Hailey Pocket Waistline Dress :: $24
I LOVE this dress and wish I could find one in my size. (Future sewing project?) Molly really likes it too. It’s super comfy and has pockets, which (as you can see) is a characteristic appreciated by multiple family members.
VERDICT :: Keep. Now to wait for temperatures less than 90 degrees so she can wear it.
Capelli New York :: Journey Ruffle Hem Shirt & Seamless Legging :: $22
These two pieces came together as an outfit. Both were a big hit with Molly. She especially loves that the shirt is pink and loves the little pictures on it.
VERDICT :: Keep.
Paperflower :: Gwen Button Back Top :: $18
Tailor Vintage :: Candice Legging :: $12
I really love the uniqueness of these two pieces. The floral leggings are beautiful and I think that the busyness of the print will help to hide any spots she gets on them. The shirt is also darling. The button back and little pom-pom trim is super adorable, as is the design on the front.
VERDICT :: Definitely keeping both.
Paisley Sky Girls :: Tera Mid Rise Skinny Jean :: $20
Odin & Ivy :: Millie Graphic Tee :: $12
The jeans are cute and feel like they’re good quality. They are just right for her now, which usually I would try to get a little bigger. However, this pair doesn’t have the option of sizing up on Stitch Fix’s site. All in all, I think that they will do well for her this fall, and then we will just save them for little sister when she’s four.
The t-shirt is a fun piece that Molly really likes too. I like the fit– plenty lot enough and not too baggy.
VERDICT :: Keep both.
Osh Kosh :: Nadeen Raincoat :: $24
I think that the pink zipper and inner fabric help to make this more agreeable for Molly, who otherwise might have just picked out a straight pink jacket. However, since we kept a pink jacket in her last fix, I think this one will be great to have on hand. It will also pair well with almost all the bottoms that were sent in this fix.
VERDICT :: Keep.
Moon & Stars :: Michela Knit Legging :: $10
Molly was quickly losing interest in trying on all the things, so I didn’t get a picture of this one. It’s honestly not my favorite print, but I think I would like it more under a solid red, blue, or mustard dress. Molly likes the flowers.
VERDICT :: Keep. With the discount, it just makes sense to go ahead and keep it. I’m sure she will enjoy wearing them.
Molly’s Second Stitch Fix for Kids :: My Honest Review
I truly wasn’t planning on getting a box for Molly just yet– I planned on ordering one later in the fall– but that’s my fault for overlooking the emails. I could have rescheduled if I had seen them.
Even though the box was unexpected, it was still a big success overall. The stylist really listened to my last request to send less expensive items (nothing in this box was over $24, and most things were less than $20). The items in the box also are great for Molly. She loves leggings and dresses and who doesn’t need at least one good pair of jeans?
Because we decided to keep all the items, we were able to apply the 25% off discount to the box. This means that for $109 we got a pair of jean, a rain jacket, two dresses, a short sleeve t-shirt, two long-sleeve t-shirts, and four pairs of leggings. Since I have always been impressed with the quality of our Stitch Fix items in the past, I am equally optimistic that everything will hold up well and will be able to be passed down to my younger daughter.
My middle son is itching to get his own Stitch Fix box, and since he’s in need of a few wardrobe pieces (he only has one pair of jeans right now and I honestly wouldn’t mind seeing him in something different for church), I will likely be scheduling a fix for him in a month or so.
Between the convenience of not having to leave the house with all 5 kids to go shopping, not having to spend time online hunting for deals, and just the general fun that I have with my kids when their boxes arrive, I continue to be impressed and thankful for Stitch Fix. It’s not the only way we buy our clothes, but using this service has really helped to make at least one area of my life a little simpler.
If you want to try Stitch Fix for your kids, you can sign up and get your first fix for free. The process is easy– just fill out your info and your kid(s)’ sizing and style preferences, then wait for a box of clothes to arrive on your doorstep. If you have any questions, please feel free to comment below or message me and I’d be happy to help.
You can also check out my other Stitch Fix posts here. I’ve used them for maternity clothes, postpartum clothes, and now my everyday wardrobe.