Another Stitch Fix post! Who doesn’t love a chatting about clothes? This is probably one of my favorite “subscriptions” to get because I don’t even have to get ready to shop. They just show up on my doorstep!

I am currently 27 weeks pregnant with twins and I have been loving the Stitch Fix maternity line that they have. This is my second “fix” containing maternity items (check out the first one here).

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Stitch Fix | My Maternity “Fix”

Geo Print Maxi Skirt $58:

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LOVED this piece. I had asked the stylist if she could find a pair of maternity shorts for me, but she noted that she added this instead because she didn’t find any maternity shorts. I am so glad she did! It’s extremely flattering, it can be worn over or under my baby belly, and it will also be great for after the twins are born. The colors of it are just beautiful and great for so many seasons. I absolutely kept this piece.

Red Striped Maxi Dress $118:

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This dress… what to say. It was absolutely beautiful and so flattering on my body, pregnant and all! It hit in all the right places and was really comfortable to wear. I am not a huge fan of red clothing on me, but I would’ve looked passed that. The back, unfortunately, was a racer back and I cannot wear strapless bras at the moment. I could have kept it and worn a jean jacket or something over the dress, but the weather here is getting to be hot already and jackets are almost out of the question. I was super sad to let this one go, but I don’t think I would have gotten the use out of it, especially with the price.

Mixed Material Top $48:

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This one again was a beautiful piece. It looked like a simple, gray, high-low t-shirt in the front but then had this sheer pink material about halfway down the back. I loved gray and pink together and was so close to keeping this! The truth of it is, when you wear maternity shorts with this you can see the band in the back that goes up around your belly. Not the cutest look when you have a shirt with a sheer back to it. It also was the least flattering on the baby belly, as the bottom of the shirt flared out a little bit at the bottom making me look larger than I am. I think it would be a great piece when I am not pregnant.

Sleeveless Key-Hole Top $48:

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Amazing quality, gorgeous color, with a leather detail along the neckline and a key-hole in the back. It was the perfect maternity top, but was just a little large under the arms and cut a little too far in around my bust area, so there was quite a bit of my bra that showed from the side. Goodbye, beautiful shirt.

Pendant Necklace $38:


This was the only piece that I was not sad to say “goodbye” to. It was a good design, gold with arrow details. But, the necklace itself almost looked tarnished or scratched up. I am not sure if this was supposed to be the look of it or not, but I was not a fan.

Overall, I think that stylist did an amazing job! She really listened to what I asked for and tried to find pieces that would work with the baby belly. Except for the necklace, the clothing items were all really gorgeous and great quality. My next fix won’t be until after the babies are born now, but I can’t wait to see what their normal clothing line is like:) Click here to learn more about Stitch Fix for yourself.

What did you think of these items?

*Cheers to the feeling of having your own personal shopper once a month*

joanna at motherhood and merlot*Disclaimer: Some links are referral links