Stitch Fix – the world’s leading online personalized styling service – is now offering Stitch Fix Kids! I ordered a Stitch Fix Kids for Toddler Girl box for my just turned 3-year-old daughter. Here’s our Stitch Fix Kids review on it.
My daughter Emily just turned 3 and is pretty darn cute. She loves everything pink and girly. In fact, pink is the only color she knows 100%. She is a funny, happy girl who loves dress-up and changing her clothes five times a day, so I was pretty excited to try out a clothing subscription box for kids from Stitch Fix Kids!
I’ve personally tried Stitch Fix many times, including their Stitch Fix Maternity and Stitch Fix Nursing clothes, and understand the Stitch Fix Pros and Cons, Stitch Fix Costs, and Stitch Fix Prices for their women’s clothes (they also offer Stitch Fix Men and Stitch Fix Plus), so I was curious to see how their kids lines would compare to my experiences with them in the past and for different needs and price points.
Stitch Fix Kids
Stitch Fix Kids is slightly different than a regular fix because they send more items and the prices points are higher.
Here’s what you need to know about Stitch Fix Kids:
Stitch Fix Kids, launched July 10, 2018, provides unique, stylish, and affordable kids clothing in sizes 2T through size 14 (so typically kids aged 2-12) across a diverse range of styles to help kids feel confident in who they are.
Each Stitch Fix for Kids includes 8-12 items (which is different than their standard 5 items) personalized to each kid’s sense of style and interests, and curated to deliver head-to-toe looks.
Each of the 8-12 items ranges in price from $10-35.
Stitch Fix Kids brands include Kate Spade, Under Armor, Nike, TOMS, Hanna Andersson, Hurley, Sovereign Code and more, as well as Stitch Fix Kids exclusive brand, Rumi + Ryder.
Shipping, returns, and exchanges are always free! If you keep all of the items in a single box you receive a 25% discount!You can view our FB Live unboxing video below! It was a bit crazy with all five kids, but it’s also fun to see their initial reactions!
Stitch Fix Kids Review for Toddler Girl
The note from my daughter’s Stitch Fix Kids stylist was written just to her and said:
Hi, Emily! It’s summertime in Texas and I’ve picked out some fun pieces for you to try out that will keep you cool in the summer sun. Your momma mentioned that your birthday is right around the corner, Happy Birthday little lady! Since girly-girl style has Emily written all over it, I sent along a bright bw detailed dress an a confetti heart dress. You can’t go wrong with unicorns, the unicorn clogs included will finsih off our summer shorts + tees. Later Alligator!” – Blake Lindsey
In Emily’s Stitch Fix Kids box she received 10 different items with price points ranging from $14-$38 for a subtotal of $220, with a 25% buy all discount that would make it $165.
Here’s what she got:
- Chenault Girl – Zoey Bow Strip Swing Tee in Navy (Size 4T) – $16
- Chenault Girl – Caty Ruffle Sleeve Hi-Lo Tee in Light Purple (Size 4T) – $16
- V Gold – Mia Roll Cuff French Terry Short 2-Pack (Size 4) – $16
- Capelli New York – Willow 3D Face Clogs (Size 8/9) – $14
- Under Armour – Keaton Performance Graphic Tee in Pink (Size 4) – $16
- RUMI + RYDER – The Graphic Tunic in Grey (Size XS) – $14
- Kate Spade – Ali Peplum Waist Bow Dress in Red (Size 4) – $34
- Kate Spade – Brea Confetti Heart Dress (Size 4) – $38
- Warp + Weft – Lily Skinny Jean in Light Purple (Size 4T) – $28
- Miss Selfie – Elly Ruffle Denim Jacket (Size 4) – $28
My daughter tried everything on and looked adorable in every last thing, even if she wasn’t as photogenic as I wanted her to be. She is only 3!!
Here she is in the Zoey Bow Strip Swing Tee 9which I think is adorable on her) and the unicorn clogs (which was her favorite piece). We kept both of these items. HOWEVER, one of her clogs has lost both foam eyeballs, as they seem to have only been attached by some glitter glue. Not super happy about that, especially as I can’t find my glue gun at the moment. She still loves them anyway.
Here she is in The Graphic Tunic and Lily Skinny Jean. We kept the top. She hated the pants though I liked them on her.
Here she is in the Under Armor Keaton Performance Graphic Tee and one of the two Mia Roll Cuff French Terry Shorts (and unicorn clogs again). Liked them both but didn’t keep the top, although she loved it and called it her workout shirt. So cute!
Here she is in the Elly Ruffle Denim Jacket, The Graphic Tunic, and the Mia Roll Cuff French Terry Shorts. The denim jacket is nice, but she’ll never wear it here in Texas, or maybe a handful of times so we didn’t keep it.
Here she is in the Kate Spade Brea Confetti Heart Dress, which she liked but we did not keep. I didn’t love it and only wanted to keep one of the two dresses as they were the most expensive items.
Above Emily is wearing the Kate Spade Ali Peplum Waist Bow Dress. I really liked this one, and consider it her new 3-year-old church dress. She wants to wear it all the time now, of course.
Overall, it was a BIG WIN! My daughter loved everything but the purple jeans. We didn’t keep everything due to practical and expense reasons, but were happy overall with our Stitch Fix Kids box!
Be sure to try Stitch Fix Kids with your kids (perfect for back to school time!). Try Stitch Fix Kids today!
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