GET EXCITED! Stitch Fix Kids is here…..yes, you can finally order Fixes for the entire family!
This review of Stitch Fix Kids is in partnership with Stitch Fix.
Today is the DAY! I’ve been chomping at the bit to share for weeks…….Stitch Fix Kids is available. A couple weeks ago I visited the Stitch Fix headquarters, and I received some amazing news…..Stitch Fix Kids was coming, and soon. Amazing right? Now Stitch Fix Reviews won’t be limited to Women, Men, Plus Size, Petite, and Maternity…..our kids are included too.
Why do I love this? Shopping WITH kids isn’t the most fun. But the older Lydia gets, the more she wants input into her wardrobe. Stitch Fix Kids is the perfect way to let her select items she loves, without taking not so fun trips to the mall. I love that I’m not ordering clothes from a million stores, and dealing with the hassle of all the returns.
How Stitch Fix Kids Works
Stitch Fix Kids works just like grown up Stitch Fix, but with a few fun perks. Just like Stitch Fix Women, you’ll sign up for an account and fill out a style survey. However, your child’s account will be housed under YOURS. So when you login to your Stitch Fix Account on your desktop, you’ll be able to select WHICH family member you’re selecting items for. You can even create accounts for each child if you have multiple (sizes 2T to 14 are currently available).
a) you’ll schedule a Fix, and the styling fee is the same ($20).
b) while an adult fix usually includes 5 items, Stitch Fix Kids will include 8-12 items per Fix
c) items will arrive on your doorstep in a Stitch Fix Kids specific box (it even comes with cute stickers and a box your family can decorate)
d) try on, decide on keepers, and return the rest (shipping is free both ways)
So easy right? This is a Back to School Shopping GAME CHANGER!
Stitch Fix Review: Lydia’s first Stitch Fix Kids Review
Want to see what Lydia got in her fix? Since we’re heading out on a cruise to the Bahamas in a few weeks, we requested clothes that were perfect for a summer trip somewhere warm. Our next Stitch Fix Kids order? Will be Back to School clothes.
Design History Cameron Lace Pull-On Short (size 4T, $22, kept): Aren’t these shorts ADORABLE? Lydia loves them and so do I. They’re vibrant, comfortable, and versatile. She’s worn them twice, and they’re definitely getting packed for our trip.
Paperflower Hazel Graphic Tee (size 4, $14, returned): This tee is super cute, but Lydia already owns something similar. Otherwise, we would definitely have kept it.
Capelli New York Willow 3D Face Clogs ($14, kept): These clogs are Lydia’s favorite item. In fact, she keeps asking if she can sleep in them. She’s OBSESSED. I mean, who doesn’t love a great unicorn shoe?!?
DL1961 Bailee Roll Cuff Short (size 4T, $30, returned): As much as I loved these denim shorts, Lydia wanted to return them. She’s still not THAT into denim.
Under Armour Ashlin Graphic Tee (size 4, $18, returned): This tee was cute on, and a great soft fabric…..but I didn’t love the logo on the front.
Oden & Ivy Millie Graphic Tee (size XS, $14, kept): Now this graphic tee? Screams cruise wear. RIGHT? Look at it, it’s PERFECT!
V Gold Mia Roll Cuff French Terry Short 2 Pack (size 4T, $16, kept): These soft terry cloth shorts came in a two pack, and Lydia loved how soft they were (the other pair is a cute summer print). I love what a great price they were for two pairs of shorts.
Rumi + Ryder The Graphic Tunic (size XS, $14, returned): This graphic tee was cute, but it just wasn’t our favorite. I loved the sequin decals, but felt like we own a BUNCH of similar striped tees.
Kate Spade Brea Confetti Heart Dress (size 4, $38, kept): This dress was Lydia’s other favorite item. She kept saying it looked like a grown up dress. I have to admit, I love it too. While it was a little pricey, we already have plans for a couple of places she’ll be able to wear it.
Leota Mackenzie Skater Dress (size 4, $30, returned): I loved love loved this dress, it hurt a little to return it. But we own a number of VERY similar ones. Isn’t the print adorable?!?