Stitch Fix Kids January 2019 Boys Review

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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 suggest some creative projects using the box.

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

The kids’ box includes a sheet of stickers with some cool, kid-friendly designs. How cute!

This month’s Fix included a challenge card.

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.

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

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 the activity sheet included in the envelope. It’s nice that they added some challenging activities for the kids to do.

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!

Capelli New York Zephr Sherpa Lined Plaid Slippers ($14) My son’s new footwear arrived in a cute yellow zippered bag.

The bag contains a pair of red plaid slip-ons!

The slippers look warm, I bet this will perfectly go with sweats.

The interior of the shoes is made with a soft and fuzzy material, making it really comfortable.

The slippers came in large size. My son was really eager to try them on, but they didn’t fit and they got returned, as there were no extra sizes available.

Rumi + Ryder The Classic Long Sleeve Graphic Tee ($20) Perfect for the cold weather, the first garment we got is this long sleeve graphic tee!

My son loves the celestial designs of this shirt!

Glow in the dark!

Alternative Apparel Drexel The Dodgeball Fleece Jogger ($24) To pair with the long sleeve tee is this comfy and warm fleece jogger.

The jogger has an elastic band that makes it easier to wear, and two side pockets to store small items.

Pairing the graphic tee and jogger is a stylish and comfortable choice!

Rumi + Ryder The Classic Long Sleeve Graphic Tee ($18) My kids love food-themed clothes so this Snack Attack graphic tee is an instant fave.

It can be worn under a red hoodie, paired with jeans and sneakers.

My son also tried matching it with the joggers, and it still works! It’s all looking good! Have you seen this one a lot already? He’s been picking it out constantly!

Tailor Vintage Jax Knit Hooded Fleece Jacket ($30) Next up is this jacket made with the same material as the joggers. The hooded jacket has a cool large pocket on the left chest part.

Aside from the zippered pocket on the chest, there are also pockets located on each side of the jacket.

He put it over the Snack Attack tee and the joggers. Perfect!

Tailor Vintage Oz Short Sleeve Graphic Tee ($14) The first top on this box that doesn’t come with long sleeves is this shirt that encourages us to protect wildlife.

The print is fantastic as it includes animals that can be found in our wildlife and a map of the Americas.

Lazer Daniel Ultra Flex 5 Pkt Skinny Knit Denim ($24) Denim jeans can be matched with most tops so we’re pumped getting a pair in this box.

They never go out of style, and they’re the perfect casual wear. Pair it with a long sleeve tee, or a short-sleeved polo shirt, and you’re all good!

The backalso has a label. This pair is named as the Lazer, and it also has 2 back pockets where you can slide some stuff.

Yes, the jeans worked really well with the long-sleeved graphic shirt, but they were a wee bit large!

Primary Reuben The Classic Long Sleeve Raglan Baseball Tee ($16) This classic-looking Raglan is another one that my son really likes. We both love the blue color of this shirt.

Primary Christopher Twill Four Pocket Pant ($20) It’s another versatile pant that comes in black.

It’s easier to wear despite the button and zipper enclosure, as the waist band is elastic.

It also comes with 2 back pockets, and it’s darker than the denim jeans so I know this will work on more kinds and color of tops.

My son looks all grown up with the raglan and black pant! Only a pair of sneakers is needed and his outfit is complete.

Threads 4 Thought Essentials Zip Fleece Hoodie ($24) It’s a fleece hoodie with pockets and a zipper in front.

It’s great that the color doesn’t look off with the pants he’s trying out.

Thanks to the zipper, it’s easier to wear compared to pull-overs. It kept my son warm and comfortable too.

The cold season is still here so it’s great that Stitch Fix sent us some garments perfect for the season. Not only with this season, but most of the pieces can also be worn on any occasion, especially the long sleeve tees, and pants. My son loved the hoodies! He was looking for clothes to layer earlier for the cold, and now, he got new pieces with longer sleeves. This subscription is really one of the easiest ways to get the kids cool and hip clothes that never run out of style, delivered straight to your door! We all have those scarred for life stories about clothes (let me tell you about my pleated green pants…) but we can avoid those – easily – with the kids, with zero work on my part! Hooray!

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