Stitch Fix Kids is a personal styling service for kids clothing ranging from sizes 2T to 14. At $20 styling fee for each box, you’ll get 8 to 12 items with retail price ranging from $10 to $35 when it is shipped to you. You will be asked to share some styling preferences first when you sign up for this box so that the items included will be curated accordingly. If there are clothes that don’t fit your kid, you can always return them by the return envelope included in the box. If you do decide to keep all of the items, you will get 25% off on the whole box.
This is the review of StitchFix Kids for Girls.
When you open the box, you will see several cards on top with the rest of the items hidden away. The insides of the box itself are fun to look at as everything you need to know on how the subscription box works is indicated there.
All the items are carefully wrapped in yellow tissue paper and a sticker to keep it in place.
StitchFix started it off on the right foot with this cute set of StitchFix stickers. There are stars, sun, ice cream, ruler, and even a glue sticker included. Cute!
There’s also a welcome card from StitchFix!
StitchFix certainly knows how to welcome new kids to their monthly subscription.
Inside the welcome card, you’ll find the steps you should follow on how you can use this StitchFix box. I love how they make things simple!
You will also get a list of all the items that are included in this box, their size, and their price too so you will be able to total the cost of the items that you want to keep.
StitchFix also comes with this sheet that has a mini-game in it.
Flip the sheet over and you will see the message from this month’s stylist as well as the photos of the items inside this box.
All the clothes are folded and wrapped neatly.
Everything in my box!
The prepaid envelope is already included in the box. If you are returning some items, just place them inside this envelope and mail it back.
Toms Lenny Mid Top Sneaker ($48) The sneakers came in a protective pouch!
The pretty sneakers are made with light mauve corduroy fabric.
It’s striking because of the texture.
Toms signature logo can be found at the heels of the shoes.
I love how the shoelaces come in the same color as that of the sneakers so that everything looks seamless. It fits my daughter well and it’s comfy too! Unfortunately the velvet laces are a no go, we like to stick with silicone ones, so we passed on these.
Sophia & Zeke Gemma Peplum Hoodie ($20) It’s a stylish peplum hoodie which comes in black and white stripes. This is a nice top to wear on windy days for my little girl.
I noticed that there was a bit of lace on the shoulder and it appears that it does reach at the back too. It does break the monotony of the black and white stripes and it adds character to the outfit too.
You can mix and match it with any bottom. My daughter paired it with jeans and she looked really cute!
My daughter loves this top. The peplum design adds a bit of grace to this hoodie.
Persaya Girl Samantha Drop Waist Dress ($18) This dropwaist dress has a really nice color. It doesn’t need many details to it or graphics for that matter because it is striking on its own.
She loved the dress as it falls nicely on her frame. The ruffles at the bottom make it look so dainty on her too. It was a little not eclectic enough for her tastes, so back it went.
Rumi + Ryder Hailey Pocket Waistline Dress ($24) There’s another striped piece of clothing in the box! It’s a gray and white striped dress which also comes with pockets and a waistline that gives it definition.
My daughter looks so comfortable in her new dress! It has pockets too – her favorite feature!
Paperflower Miya Graphic Tee ($16) This is such a cool long-sleeved graphic tee! It says “Girls are the future” in a colorful font.
Moon & Stars Michela Knit Legging ($10) To pair with the graphic tee is this legging featuring a gingham print and some florals on it. It’s great to be paired with a solid colored top to really bring out the design of the leggings.
The leggings look great on my daughter! She thought this outfit was fab and had to keep it!
Nine One Eight Shawntel Mesh Skirt ($26) The super cute mesh skirt is in delicate pink blush. It is also studded, making it even more adorable and eye-catching when worn.
Love Glam Girl Dani Tie Sleeve Sweatshirt ($22) It’s a sweatshirt featuring tie sleeves. It looks fun and unique, which works nicely for casual days. It really does show off the wearer’s playful side.
The gray sweatshirt says LOL!
The sleeves have bow accents!
She is just adorable with this pair but I prefer that the mesh skirt is worn with something more appropriate than the one she is wearing right now. Still, the combination does give that casual but pretty look.
Third Wish Clothing Mollie Sequin Graphic Tee ($18) Another top that we got in this box is this striking graphic tee. It comes in pink and white with a heart filled with sequins that really catches the eye.
Warp + Weft Ella Jegging Skinny Jean ($26) As for the bottom, this jegging skinny jean would be welcome addition to my daughter’s wardrobe as it works like leggings but it’s in denim! However, she doesn’t wear jeans (her choice!) and this was no exception. I sent Stitch Fix some feedback on how no jeans really meant no jeans, jeggings, or anything of the sort. I had even left the price range selection blank.
I have to say that the sequin-filled heart shape in the middle of this shirt is all the design that it needs. It’s just adorable!
Now, this pairing works perfectly. The jeggings brought out the top’s unique feature which is the sequined heart. The sleeves can be easily pushed back up if your little girl wants to cool a bit. Overall, they work well together!
Our first haul from StitchFix Kids for Girls was filled with promising outfits from tops to bottoms, and they even included an adorable pair of shoes. The sneakers are for sure cute and the dresses are stylish on their own. The graphic tees and leggings were winners because my daughter loved them to bits. We’re already looking forward to the next! However, this fix wasn’t a keep it all situation for us. We weren’t actually looking for fall clothes (no idea where they got that idea) and some of the items weren’t bubbly enough for my kiddo. This fix was a little too bland; I didn’t love that two gray & white striped items were in the box, either. We wanted MORE patterns, MORE graphics, and MORE fun, and that’s what we asked for in the next box. I made sure to pre-emptively note that they should skip jeans, vests, white clothing, and pants and jeans. We’ll see how it goes! It’s worth noting that Stitch Fix Kids will work with your needs for school uniforms!
Are you getting the Stitch Fix Kids box too?