STITCH FIX for the growing bump? - Behind the Camera and Dreaming

STITCH FIX for the growing bump?

Monday, April 14, 2014

Since finding out I was expecting my second child back in early February, I've gotten two fixes. Before it was time for the first one to come, I updated my preferences and left my stylist a message regarding the pregnancy, hoping they could accommodate. After all with my last pregnancy, I wore so much that was not maternity during the summer months and even after. So, I felt pretty confident that, at least early on, I could get what I wanted from Stitch Fix and be able to wear them for most of the pregnancy. The first fix they sent, I kept a maxi skirt and a dolman top that I have since worn more than once. This time, I actually kept three items, but really all five would have probably worked with a little work. However, I only kept three.


  • Cardigans are like my uniform for work. I feel like I can throw on a cardi and a necklace with pretty much any top and make it work. I wasn't sure about this color on me, but decided to keep it because it's so soft and comfortable! Plus, it's good to mix it up every once in a while! 


  • This is my first scarf from Stitch Fix and I really see myself throwing it on with a cardigan or even a maxi to dress it up a little. I think it even works with my Target maternity tee. right? 



  • I decided not to keep the next top, I loved the color, but it just didn't make me feel great when I put it on. Comfortable for sure, but I one top in this style and just decided it wasn't for me. 



  • I did keep the tank below. I'm not sure about the fit right now. If I weren't pregnant, I'd probably say it was too big around and make me look pregnant, but I can see myself wearing it this summer with a pair of white shorts or maybe pairing it with a white sweater for work. I absolutely LOVE the colors and the style of the front. 


  • This maxi I loved and if it weren't for my ginormous growing chest, I probably would have kept it. I LOVE the color, but I would be really self conscience about the top even with something under. Plus it was a little too long. I also really hate this photo of me and of course all of these clothes would look WAY better for summer if I had a hint of a tan. I need to work on that!


Overall, I'm really happy with how they styled me for early pregnancy and all of the pieces I kept will fit throughout. I updated my profile with requests for more accommodating tops for the very large chest I will be sporting for possibly the next year or more. I plan to get at least one more fix to get me through the summer and then I may slow down for a while so I can buy more baby clothes of course!

Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? They seem to be growing all the time welcoming new stylist and brands all the time! It's also a great time of year to spruce up your wardrobe a little and try new things. If you are interested here's how it works taken straight from the Stitch Fix FAQ page:

  1. 1. Sign Up and Complete Your Style ProfileAfter signing up you can start immediately on your Style Profile. We need to know your size, shape, style, budget, and lifestyle to get your Fix right. The Style Profile will take about 10 minutes to complete.

    2. Schedule a Stitch FixPick a shipment date, and we’ll send you a box of 5 clothing and accessory items we’ve hand-picked just for you. You can even opt to schedule a monthly delivery if you'd like.You pay a $20 styling fee when your stylist selects the items in your Stitch Fix. This $20 fee will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment.

    3. Try On All Of Your ItemsTry on everything we send you—you never know what you’ll like until you see it on. Pair each piece with items already in your closet to try different outfit options. Each item includes style cards with ideas and inspiration on how to wear it.

    4. DecideTake 3 days to decide what you’ll keep. Return the items you don't want in our pre-paid mailing bag at any USPS mailbox.

    5. Check OutLogin to your account and pay for those items you kept. If you buy all 5 items you save 25% off the entire shipment price.Don't forget to give us feedback on your Stitch Fix shipment—our secret (styling) sauce gets better over time if we know what did and didn’t work for you.

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7 comments

  1. Love the stuff you got! I just did my first Stitch Fix this month and loved it!

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  2. You are gorgeous! That mint maxi is stunning on you!! You've got to find a maxi in that color that fits you well. ;) The color, with your hair color is just so pretty. And, that cardigan, love it too. I think you made good choices as far as what to keep and what not to keep!

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    1. Thank you Alyson! I did love the color. I will definitely be on the look out for one.

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  3. i love that it works so well with your growing baby bump!

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    1. Thank you! I think most of what I kept will work throughout the pregnancy!

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  4. Did you update your sizes in your profile based on your pregnancy measurements? Or did you just leave a note for the stylist requesting looser fitting tops?

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    1. I haven't updated any sizes but only because my size doesn't really change much during pregnancy, or it didn't the last time, we'll see what happens this time! I did change my bra size after my last fix because the two dresses they sent were not appropriate for someone with DDs. I asked specifically for mostly flowy/loose fitting tops, cardigans and dresses, since I wore I lot of that during my last pregnancy that were not maternity tops. I did specify no pants.

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