Maternity Stitch Fix #2

I’m excited to share with you today my second Maternity Stitch Fix! I was pretty happy with what I got to try out in my First Maternity Fix and I’m even more excited to try out some new goodies each month – its extra special fun to spruce up my maternity wardrobe, because it’s sort of lacking. Plus it’s just fun to dress the bump!

For this Fix I asked for more spring/summer colors and pieces. Since I was in the early stages of my pregnancy in the summer last time, I don’t really have much warm weather maternity gear – so it’s when I’m in the market for.

Maternity Fix 2

So without further ado, here’s what I received in my second Maternity Fix –  Check out my pieces and please let me know what you think!

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Loveappella Maternity Plumeria Mixed Material Maternity Top {$48}

Palmer Mixed Material Maternity Top

Sort of really digging this top – I’m not going to lie. When I first opened the box, I wasn’t impressed, because it looked like something I’ve seen before – specifically in Fixes #14 & #13 – my friends at Stitch Fix know my weakness for a awesome grey shirt.

Loveappella Maternity Top

I enjoy the light grey + light pink color combination of this top. I think it’s nice and easy to wear for Spring. It’s funny because this {aside from the pants} is the only actual “Maternity” piece in this Fix – but I think it would be really easy to wear post-baby as well – totally my style.

Plumeria Maternity Top

I think it will be cute with my growing bump and it’s really comfortable too. Would be fun to pair with a fun statement necklace to dress up a bit. I like this top – what do you think?

Plumeria Bump


Market & Spruce Aleah V-Neck Solid Dolman Sleeve Shirt {$48}

Aleah V-Neck Solid Dolman Sleeve Shirt

This top I was totally unimpressed with when I pulled it out of the box. Just looked sort of blah to me, but then I put it on…

Market and Spruce Dolman Shirt

It’s a really cozy {and stretchy} jersey material that feels really great on. It’s nice and long with room for the bump to grow,  but I am not in love with the 3/4 length sleeves – they drive me all sorts of nuts.

Market & Spruce Dolman

I also think the color is sort of blah – I think it is versatile and would totally be easy to pair with anything, but I also don’t think it does anything for me. I think I would have to have a really good tan for this color to look good on me – and if I have a tan then it’s probably going to be too warm outside for 3/4 length sleeves, right? What do you think about this dolman top?

Aleah V-Neck Dolman Shirt


Skies are Blue Winston Button Down Blouse {$38}

Winston Button Down Blouse

Initial thoughts about this top – I LOVE the color. I love this green, I think it’s really great for spring & the fall and would be easy to pair with so much!

Skies are Blue Winston Button Down Blouse

I thought this would be the perfect sort of thing to add to my collection, but then when I put it on, I found it a little too blouse-y for my taste. Yes, I need some room for the bump to grow, and yes this would be easy to nurse in but I think it’s just a little big and boxy on.

Winston Blouse

I also don’t really have the need for a dressy top like this – I have so many in my closet that don’t get much wear – since I’m a SAHM it’s jeans and t-shirts for me most days! While I love the color of this top, I don’t think it’s right for me. What do you think about it?

Winston Bump Blouse


Staccato Mauricio Drape Cardigan {$44}

Mauricio Drape Cardigan

Next up is this cardigan. I have to say that I’m a big fan of aztec print, but I’m not a fan of this cardigan. I don’t like the color of it at all. It’s called a coral pink, but it seems more of a hospital pale pink to me in real life.

Staccato Mauricio Drape Cardigan

I also don’t really need another cardigan this weight – and the season for something like this is sort of passed now {fingers crossed} Plus I don’t think the color really does anything for me. Again, I think it’s a little blah.

Staccato Cardigan

It would be easy to grow with the bump and something I would be able to wear post-pregnancy, but I don’t think my heart is really in this piece – do you like it?

Drape Cardigan


Mavi Freida Maternity Regular Length Jean {$128}

Freida Maternity Jeans

I can always use a good pair of maternity jeans so I was excited to try another pair that ended up in this Fix. I like the color of these because they are easy to dress up or down and I enjoy the full panel. Mavi Freida maternity Jeans

BUT these are a little more than I wanted to spend on jeans at the moment. I also have a pair that’s pretty similar – for the price I’d love to put money towards shorts, skirt or a dress that I will wear all spring/summer long. What do you think about the jeans?

Mavi Jeans


I think this Fix was just OK, not my favorite by any means. There were a few good things but for the most part I wasn’t overly impressed with anything. But I might keep a thing or two, I’d love to know what your favorite piece  from this Fix were!

What To Keep

I need your opinions to help me decide -> What to Keep?

Maternity Fix #2 – What To Keep? free polls


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  • Reply Patty O April 6, 2015 at 4:14 pm

    I have to agree, not the most exciting fix for you, but I do like Top #1 on you and I think you will get lots of wear out of this piece Spring and Summer!

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