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 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 child, 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 flaps of the box contain everything you need to know about how the subscription box works.
The return envelope is already included in the box so you can return the items easily.
StitchFix started it off on the right foot with this cute set of StitchFix stickers.
It also comes with a StitchFix box challenge where you will have to make your own turkey.
All the information about the challenge is found at the back. Winners will get $100 Stitch Fix credit.
There’s also a StitchFix envelope in the box.
It contains a welcome card!
There is a list of all the items included in this box, their size, and their price too. This way, it will be easier for you to compute how much you’ll be paying if you’ll get individual items.
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 items are wrapped in yellow.
Everything in my box!
Mia Kids Crush Engineer Boot ($40) Packed in a reusable yellow pouch is a pair of black boots!
These ankle-length boots feature a buckle design and have glitters on the upper part.
The soles are smooth, although I prefer to have some grooves for easy traction. Still, they look nice overall!
I like how the black leather adds that classic look to this pair of boots, and at the same time complementing the glittery upper portion of the shoes.
I love the play of style here, especially with the strappy buckles. The low heels make it such a comfortable choice.
They look nice on my daughter’s feet too and she finds them to her liking. This looks great whether with leggings, skirts, or pants!
Paisley Sky Girls Nadiya Reversible Bomber Jacket ($26) It’s a reversible bomber jacket with a zippered front for easy wearing. One side features a dalmatian print.
The reverse side is in sleek black. There are also black and white stripes on the cuffs, collar, and hem.
I love how this jacket can be transformed into a casual top just by opening the front. And if she gets cold, she can simply zip it up.
It fits my daughter just right! What a nice jacket to wear when traveling!
Rumi + Ryder The Tulip Hem Hoodie ($26) This hoodie is quite playful in its design what with the flowers and stripes mixed together to create a striking design.
The crisscross design on the bottom gives it an edgy look.
I like how this top works with colored pants because the design really pops out.
Crown Of Hearts Bexley Twist Back Top ($18) First of all, I love the refreshing color of this long-sleeved top.
There is a twist at the back, which makes the top interesting.
Here’s a closer look! There are holes incorporated in the design, making it cool to wear.
I love the way this shirt fits my daughter.
It looks so sporty and stylish with the criss-cross twist overlap detail.
Chenault Girl Raney Ruffle Sleeve Graphic Knit ($18) Another top that we got in this month’s box is this ruffle sleeve shirt with a unicorn graphic knitted on the center of the chest!
I love the sequins and flowers designed on this shirt to simulate the shape of a unicorn. On the navy blue background, the design really stands out.
The ruffled sleeves add to the girly feel to this top, which my daughter loves.
As you can see, she has no trouble rocking the look, and the ruffled sleeve falls nicely on her elbows too.
Tailor Vintage Michelle Graphic Long Sleeve Tee ($18) I love the bold color of this top. The emoticon in the center really stands out too.
The smiley face is made with sequins!
Tailor Vintage Kim Fleece Legging ($14) Leggings do come in handy when dressing up your kids because they can wear this along with any top, under a skirt or dress even to keep their legs warm.
She just loved to pair these two together and it looks cute!
Lucky Brand Astrid Button-Down Dress ($30) Now, we’re on to dresses! The first one is a plaid button-down dress. There are some ruffles found on the upper chest area for an added detail.
The colors are a bit retro, but it looks great! Such a cute country look!
This dress reaches her knee. She can pair this easily with her new pair of boots too.
Violets & Roses Carla Knit Lurex Swing Dress ($32) There is another dress added to the mix, and this one looks quite luxurious.
Some leopard print on the cuffs of the dress adds a bit of flair to it.
This red dress and the boots make a party-ready outfit for my daughter!
Nine One Eight Ailee Sweatshirt Dress ($22) A dress meant for comfort! We got the sweatshirt dress in pink which has pockets in the front.
The dress comes with stripes on the sleeves that match the color of the pocket. The fabric is nice and soft.
My daughter is indeed a fashionable girl! I am a fan of this outfit since it brings out her charm and cuteness.
StitchFix Kids has put together several pieces of clothing that make my daughter a little fashionista. From the reversible bomber jacket to the sweatshirt dress, everything just fits her style. I also appreciate that this subscription sends clothes that are easy to mix and match. Considering its convenience and the quality of the clothes they send, the subscription is really worth it! Even better, she begs to keep every item – absolutely “I have nothing to wear” from this tween!
Are you getting the Stitch Fix Kids box too?