Stitch Fix Kids Review – Little Boys December 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 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.

The flaps of the box come with cute designs that offer suggestions on what you can do to the contents of this month’s crate.

The return envelope is already included in the box so you can return the items easily.

Also included is a summer themed sticker sheet for your little one to play with.

For January 2019, they’re encouraging kids to make Halloween masks for a chance to win $100 Stich Fix credit!

The back of the card provides instructions on how to join the mask making contest.

Inside the envelope is a personal message from the stylist, cute information card, and a mini mag.

You can return any clothing or accessories that you don’t like and pay only for what you’re keeping.

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

I love that they included a list of outfits in this month’s box. All that is left to do is to have my little one try them out for size.

All the items are wrapped in a yellow.

Everything in my box!

Capelli New York Augustin Animal Statement Slippers ($16) The unique slippers arrived in a reusable zippered pouch.

The slippers look like sharks with red zipper mouths.

The zippered front can be opened to reveal those shark teeth! How cool!

These are cute, comfortable, and fluffy!

There’s an opening on the top of the slippers where the feet should be inserted.

They’re bigger than the usual slippers, but still great for home use – and SUPER fun!

Tailor Vintage Remington Long Sleeve Henley Solid Tee ($16) This blue shirt with long sleeves works perfectly for the cold season. The material is processed by hand after it was manufactured to capture that worn and vintage feel to it.

It has three buttons in the center of the collar and a small pocket on the left side to complete the look. It’s lightweight but can keep my son warm.

Hollywood The Jean People Beckett Basic Fleece Drawstring Jogger ($20) They also included in this fleece drawstring jogger in the box. I love the light blue-gray color of these pants because they’re easy to mix and match with different colored tops.

The fabric is soft. It keeps my son warm as well, but doesn’t restrict his movement.

Even from the back, you can see consistency in the design, plus the waistband appears barely there too. I am liking this a lot!

He’s sporting his new outfit now! These clothes may be a bit long, but he’ll grow into it for sure.

Primary Knox The Classic Puffer Jacket ($39) Puffer jackets never go out of style. We got one in bright blue color!

The interior is lined to keep it warm and comfortable. It even has a hoodie.

My son thinks it’s cool. He’s definitely going to wear it the next time we’re out and about!

Andy & Evan Kenny Cable Knit Cardigan ($30) Another winter must-have are cardigans! This gray cable knit cardigan is quite comfy to wear and comes with fancy buttons to add to its overall charm.

Instead of the usual buttons, this cardigan uses wood to hold the jacket in place.

It looks quite unique but stylish and warm!

There are pockets on the sides so my son can easily slip his hands in them.

There are elbow patches added into the mix giving this top that classic look. I can’t wait to see him wear this when we go out.

My son wore it on top of another shirt and the effect is just too adorable. He looks quite fashionable in it!

Tailor Vintage Gerard Reversible Long Sleeve Hoodie ($22) Lightweight and reversible, this long sleeve hoodie is perfect for any casual day and even when traveling.

The top layer is in olive green and the second layer is in dark gray.

Unfortunately this one’s neck was really small and it was a miracle to get it over that noggin.

Marvel Eloy Marvel Long Sleeve Graphic Tee ($16) Well, this is going to be regularly worn especially because it’s a Marvel graphic tee.

It features Captain America, Spider-Man, and The Hulk.

My son loves his superheroes and I am just glad that this one comes with long sleeves.

Tailor Vintage Brett Long Sleeve Thermal Conversational Printed Henley ($18) This top has thermal properties to help keep my son toasty during winter. The design of this shirt definitely evokes that vintage feel to it which I find quite charming.

From bears to popular parks on a brown background, this Printed Henley top is sure to be a conversation piece. It looks great with jeans or black colored bottoms.

It’s a bit large on him as we have to push back the sleeves a bit. It’s a 6/7 and I’ve given my feedback that the size runs too large for him!

Sovereign Code Easton Pocket Woven Top ($18) The denim blue short-sleeved top features dinosaur prints in white.

The crisp fabric and the white dinosaur prints on this blue background captivated my son. It has buttons and it’s easy to wear.

Just look at him having fun with his shirt. It fits him well.

Sovereign Code Joel Short Sleeve Buffalo Plaid Woven ($20) We also got this checkered woven top with short sleeves. Such a classic look!

The collar is crisp, the buttons are in dark blue, and there is also a pocket on the left chest.

It’s a nice fit too and works well with various kinds of pants. My son looks quite the charmer here.

Stitch Fix Kids for this month is packed with several tops that can be worn for different occasions. We even got statement shark slippers which are not just cute but comfy! Our favorites are button up tops and the cardigan! Some of the sizing is a little large and we’re hoping that with some more feedback it will improve for a bit better fit (it should – they’re using the Stitch Fix data collection system!). Still, this is the easiest way to get clothes for all of my kids – can you imagine going to the store ever again? Never!

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