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I’ve tried Stitch Fix for myself a handful of times in the past, and found it a great way to refresh my wardrobe and fill in gaps/get staple pieces I was having a hard time finding on my own. When I found out they had launched Stitch Fix Kids, I had to try it!
With three girls, I find that Adaline ends up living in hand-me-downs. I thought it would be a nice treat for her to get some new pieces for spring and summer. For Peyton, we needed to find some staple pieces – she’s super into rompers, jeans, and graphic tees, but I wanted to find her some “nicer” pieces that she can wear to events this spring and summer. For London – my picky, picky London, I kept striking out finding things she would actually wear. Trying Stitch Fix Kids for her was kind of a Jesus take the wheel moment – like, if I can’t find something you will wear, maybe one of the stylist’s can!
First, you log into your Stitch Fix account, and click on the Kids tab. Set up an account for each of your kids. You take a short style quiz, where you can add their sizing, preferences as far as colors, fabrics, and select what type of clothing you want to receive (and you can even say what you don’t want to receive – like no more graphic tees for Peyton!).
After that, you can select if you want to schedule your fix or turn on automatic Fixes, and select the frequency. I like the idea of doing it quarterly, so you can get a mini wardrobe restock with each season, but you could have them come more frequently, too!
Our boxes shipped the same week I set up their accounts, and arrived within a matter of days!
You get three days to try on your Fix and decide what you’d like to keep. Three days doesn’t seem like a lot of time with 3 kids, but the girls were so eager to tear into their Fixes, that we had everything opened, tried on, and sorted within an hour.
Inside, you’ll find a style card, with a personalized note from your stylist (which the girls thought was SO cool) and a Style Card with outfit ideas/inspo for the pieces in your Fix. Once you’ve gone through your fix, you log into your account to complete the checkout process. You have return mailing bag and label to make your returns super easy. We had 1-3 things in each girls’ Fix that we didn’t love, but if you keep everything you get a 25% off discount, which ended up making the Fix less than if we returned the items, so we opted to keep them in that case.
As I mentioned above, Peyton is obsessed with graphic tees and rompers, and I wanted to find her some pieces that she can wear to church, and to brunch at the Country Club. Her stylist nailed it!
She was SO excited about these shorts!
The three dresses she received in her Fix. The middle dress wasn’t a favorite, mostly because the color washed her out, but the other two are amazing. She is already planning on wearing the cold-shoulder dress for her birthday dinner!
Some Spring play staples! These will be perfect for school and hanging out on weekends. She LOVES everything in this picture. Again, her stylist knocked this fix out of the park!
She wore the skirt and top around the rest of the day!
Striking her best model pose. Peyton and I were absolutely impressed with how well her stylist styled her off of the style profile, and cannot wait to get her next Fix!
London is my picky dresser. You know, the child who complains about socks or long sleeves. And don’t even mention the word “jeans” to her! We have about 10 outfits London likes, and she wears them on repeat. I went into this Fix hoping her stylist would have better luck than me!
Checking out her Style Card before digging into her fix!
This denim jacket is SO good. I love the glitter stripes on the sleeves, and it looks awesome with this romper! London is so excited to have a romper like Peyton now!
London got the same skirt as Peyton, with the same shirt in a different color. She loved them both! She also got this terry zip up hoodie, and she wore it around all day! I love the color of the Toms she received, but they are about a half size too big. That’s on me, as I put size 7 in her style profile, when she’s more of a 6.5, but I was hoping for shoes for Summer that she could grow into! So it’s perfect!
Now, I am not the biggest fan of the shorts, but London was! I let her pick the outfits she liked when we did the Style Profile. So, I would say her stylist did a great job here. London was happy, and that was the goal of this Fix!
Each girl ended up with this shark shirt. I am not sure if that was planned, as they all had different stylists, or just a random instance. Regardless, they all love it, and I love the trendy peplum cut!
Adaline lives that typical third child life, where the majority of her closet is made up of hand-me-downs. Not that she minds, but you should see her face light up when she gets to pick out shoes for herself at the store! I wanted to treat her to some new pieces just for her this season.
This is the face I’m talking about! New shoes!!
Her reaction to everything was SO cute! This sweater actually has an open back detail, so it’ll be great for summer!
Neither Addy nor I were huge fans of the red striped dress – it was very structured. She wouldn’t even try it on. So this one did go back. But I am obsessed with the BCBGirls set on the left!
This dress is SO cute. We love the print and the pockets. And there is the shark shirt again!
Adaline also received a striped dress in her Fix, but wouldn’t take it off for a flat lay – I think that’s a sign she LOVED it.
Overall Thoughts on StitchFix Kids
We only sent one package back, from Adaline’s Fix. During the checkout process, you can leave detailed feedback on what you liked or didn’t like – so, I was sure to be as thorough as possible for each girl, in hopes to get amazing Fixes next time, too!
I love that we were able to get the girls’ styles delivered right to our door, so we can spend more time enjoying the sunshine and we can skip the drama of a a weekend shopping trip! Stitch Fix Kids is a convenient way for me to shop, and a special way to surprise the girls with unique clothing, a personalized note, and stickers that inspire creativity in your little ones!
The girls are SO excited for their new wardrobe updates, and we cannot wait for the weather to get the memo that it’s actually Spring here, so they can start wearing them!
Have you tried Stitch Fix before? What about Stitch Fix Kids? I want to hear what you thought! If you haven’t, sign up here and all new parent accounts get a $25 credit when they schedule a kids’ Fix through that link!
See some more Spring Styles for kids in our Spring Break Clothing Recap!