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.
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.
It also comes with a StitchFix box challenge where you will have to make your own train!
StitchFix started it off on the right foot with this cute set of StitchFix stickers.
The return envelope is already included in the box so you can return the items easily.
All the items are wrapped in yellow paper with a colorful Stitch Fix sticker.
Everything in my box!
Third Wish Clothing Irie Side Tie Varsity Tee ($18) This side tie shirt is a perfect piece for the summer heat or any casual events. It features two thick lines of sequins on each sleeve and a cute design that will fit any simple or bold-colored bottoms.
The shirt was embellished with sequins formed in the image of a cute dalmatian with a pink bow tie.
The tie at the side added an appeal to every budding fashionista!
Rumi + Ryder Karin Knit Cuffed Short ($16) To pair with the side tie varsity tee or any other plain or printed top is this knit shorts with horizontal black and white stripes and a black drawstring. It also has two side pockets.
It also features two back pockets, folded hems and ribbed waistband. The fabric is soft and breathable making it comfortable to wear.
The first two pieces make a great ensemble. The side tie and the sequin puppy design also gave it a nice touch.The pair of shorts is both comfy and fashionable – but a bit too small!
Rumi + Ryder The Everyday Graphic Tee ($14) Wow! a unicorn tee! Since we both love unicorns we were both glad to find this in the fix. Its stunning color scheme is sure to get the wearer easily noticed.
The printed unicorn silhouette design is a sure hit for tweens. The hearts and stars details are a beautiful addition.
Studio V Reginy Patchy Short ($22) This ripped and patchy jean short in dark wash has a relaxed fit and a good amount of stretch. It’s comfy, but still quite flattering.
The cute patches came in a smiley with flower crown, a sequined rainbow and a unicorn that matches the graphic tee.
As expected, the two looked good together. The dark wash jean shorts is a nice contrast to the loud pink color of the tee. Most of all, my daughter was happy to wear them.
Third Wish Clothing Shea Tie Sleeve Keyhole Back Top ($16) Another shirt to love from the list is this chic shirt with soft fabric and unique tie sleeve design.
The charming sequined owl design and “love” statement contributed an elevated effect to the neutral color of the tee.
It also has a key hole design at the back that offers a trendy and sassy look.
Rumi + Ryder Reni Crop Knit Legging ($12) This ultra stretch crop knit legging is a perfect option for the unpredictable spring weather. It can be worn either on cold or warm humid days.
The cactus prints are a playful and fresh way to welcome the spring season instead of the usual floral pieces.
Though both of the pieces have striking details, they don’t compete for attention. Instead, they come together naturally. When worn as a pair, they give a contemporary and fresh look. Again – the owl shirt a bit on the snug side!
Hayden Girls Aribella Ruffle Sleeve Shift Dress ($26) This shift dress is made with 95% cotton and 5% polyester. These materials make a fully breathable fabric that is cool to wear in hot conditions. The seafoam green color is perfect for a soft skin tone like my daughter’s.
It features asymmetric shoulder and ruffled sleeves that create a dramatic effect and a standout style.
The dress looked good on my daughter, but I am not sure if it’s her style.
BCB Girls Minna Ruffle Romper ($28) This lovely, pink romper comes in a semi-sheer chiffon and displays a floral print throughout.
The ruffled sleeves are also detailed with crochet lace hem that provides a bohemian flair.
This was alarmingly small and a total no. She was laughing at it!
Design History Azaria Smocked Maxi Dress ($24) This slinky maxi dress will never go out of style. It’s flowy, floor-grazing and looks incredibly feminine.
It’s made using the smocking embroidery technique around the waist to make it more stretchable and form-fitting. The narrow straps were also decorated with beads.
The hem was designed to flow loosely over the body.
It’s a perfect fit and style for my daughter. After the photo shoot this isi the one she kept on!
Limited Too Londyn Butterfly Back Three Piece Set ($28) This swimsuit is made with 82% nylon and 18% spandex. It’s fully lined and have a pull on closure. The bottom is designed with side drawstrings and the top is ruffled at the front. Both pieces are decorated with colorful butterfly prints too.
The pair of swimsuits also came with a spandex shorts i the same color. It features a ribbed waistband and seamless hem.
The top also has an elaborate butterfly crochet lace pattern at the back.
It’s definitely a flashy trio. We love the butterfly prints and crocheted pattern. The color also complemented my daughter’s fair skin tone but it’s a total no for her body type.
We really thought this box was a dud – we asked for items for a Disney cruise, and the stylist read it as “Disney.” Regardless, who wants to wear a zip-up romper for a day in the park? The boys’ boxes were full of active wear and this one – definitely not. It was a disappointment and even more disappointing, we couldn’t get another box before our trip. It didn’t even have any shoes in it (we bought some Keens on Amazon – a real hit – but time I didn’t feel like spending!). There also seemed to be some confusion about the weather during a May cruise – who’d wear capris (which these weren’t – they were actually full length) under a dress during 85-90 degree weather? We asked for active clothes for June – this kiddo’s fave pasttime in this nice weather is going to dig in the mud.
What do you think of Stitch Fix Kids?