Stitch Fix Kids Review – Boys October 2018

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Stitch Fix Kids is a monthly subscription of kids clothing ranging from sizes 2T to 14. At $20 styling fee for each box, you’ll get 8 to 12 items with retail prices ranging from $10 to $35. You will be asked to share some styling preferences 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 or your sense of style, 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 subscription is branded similarly to the women’s and men’s Stitch Fix lines, but with some bright colors thrown in for fun!

They really try to make the clothes-trying experience fun for kids. The inside of the box is cute and colorful, and they even suggests some creative projects using the box.

If there are any clothes that you wish to return, they provide a postage-paid return envelope for a hassle-free shipping.

This month’s Fix included a challenge card!

They ran an Instagram contest, seeing what kid could build the coolest creation with their Stitch Fix box.

Unlike the grown-up versions, the kids’ box includes a sheet of stickers with some cool, kid-friendly designs. How cute!

There’s an envelope from Stitch Fix Kids!

Inside the envelope is a personal message from the stylist and a rundown of the items in the box.

They don’t have a styling guide like in the other Stitch Fix subscriptions, because of the number of items in the kids’ box.

Here’s a list of all the items included in this month’s Stitch Fix along with their size, color, and price.

All the items are neatly packed! They just stack ’em and wrap ’em in tissue, so you don’t have to open a ton of plastic bags.

Everything in my box!

Tailor Vintage Emilio Knit Jogger Pant ($24) These knit jogger pants have a drawstring at the waist, making it easy and comfortable to wear. Both the waist and cuffs are gathered with elastic. There are two front pockets.

It has two flapless back pockets with buttons.

Sovereign Code Bryson Raglan Crew Neck Pullover ($24) Ideal for the season, this gray pullover features spaceships all over it. My son thinks it’s cool!

My son looks happy with his new outfit! The pullover fits him well, and he looks ready for the colder weather.

Tailor Vintage Ruben Full Zip Nautical Striped Hoodie ($24) I like the vintage style of this nautical hoodie. The blue and white stripes are refreshing to the eyes, and because it is a zip hoodie, he can wear it open or closed depending on his preference.

It comes with two pockets in front. The cuffs and hem are in a solid white ribbed fabric, which works nicely with the overall look of the hoodie.

The nautical hoodie looks great with the black jogger pants. I think this is a great outfit since it can be paired with almost any bottom. He looks warm in it too.

Marvel Short Sleeve Graphic Tee ($14) This shirt is definitely a winner for my son who just loves Marvel. The Iron Man design on yellow really focuses your attention on the graphics.

I love how the graphics look unfinished here. It feels like it was lifted from the comics and printed here, and it certainly has that vintage vibe!

Although the tee looks a bit big on my son, he seems happy with it.

Tailor Vintage Jett Long Sleeve Reversible Plaid Flannel ($26) Plaids will never go out of style, and I am happy that they included one in this set. The combination of moss green, blue, and white is fantastic. I think this is perfect for casual days or when there are family get-togethers.

And because it is reversible, you can transform it into a red plaid flannel easily! I love the concept of two outfits in one! When you roll the sleeves, you get a cool peak at the other side’s pattern, too!

My son looks handsome in his reversible flannel especially when paired with the black pants.

Whether it’s the red side or the blue and green flannel side, he looks cute in it. You can tell from his expressions that he definitely prefers this side, though!

Andy & Evan Christos Jogger ($22) There’s another jogger pants in the box and it’s also a drawstring type with pockets on the sides. The cuffs at the bottom are snug-fitting.

It has a single pocket at the back. The texture of the fabric is nice, and it looks like men’s wool dress slacks.

Capsule Charlie LS Pocket Woven Top ($20) This blue pocket woven top fits my son well. Paired with the gray jogger pants and sneakers, he looks ready to party.

The brown buttons set this piece off perfectly. It doesn’t need any other design because this top is perfect in its simplicity.

Although the sleeves look a bit long on him, I think he will grow enough to fit it soon enough. The sleeves are button-cuff, so we could roll them up in the meantime. He buttoned it up too which looks nice! My little man looks cool in his outfit.

Tailor Vintage Camden Flannel Solid Sherpa Shacket ($30) Oh, this Sherpa shacket looks gorgeous with its burnt orange color! It has two pockets in front too. I love the snaps for child-friendly wear.

My son is happy with his outfit. Though he’s partial to blue, really liked this shade of orange (the blue accents on the lining probably helped sell it, too)! This piece is warm, but it is thin enough to layer easily, and it’s just right for the weather.

Save The Duck Boba Sherpa Lined Down Puffer Jacket ($99) When the temperature drops, this puffer jacket is sure to keep my son warm since the insides are lined with “Plumtech” synthetic down feathers that prevent the cold from entering. The olive green color is really nice!

What makes this piece interesting is the duck sign on the side of the sleeves. This small detail is eye-catching!

I believe that we are ready for Winter, now that he is bundled up nicely with his puffer jacket.

Well, it has side pockets too! Perfect!

Capsule Orlie Colorblock Pocket Hoodie ($18) Another hoodie top in this collection is from Capsule Orlie and it comes in a color block design.

It has a single pocket in a darker blue shade. I love the simplicity of this top and we won’t have a hard time pairing it with bottoms too.

Who doesn’t love hoodies? This one’s really cozy, but it is thin enough for all-day wear.

Stitch Fix Kids has delivered some cool tops this month that range from short sleeves to longer ones. We are spoiled with choices here, but there are two that stood out for me: the olive green puffer jacket and the sherpa jacket. The latter is my favorite, as it is a little heavier than a typical hoody, and the color is a nice contrast to my son’s usual palette. It will also make it easy to keep track of him! As for my son, he loved everything in the box! It’s so convenient having clothes brought to us to try, especially when the seasons are changing and we need fresh items for my son’s closet!

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