My Latest Stitch Fix Keepers


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I have another Maternity Stitch Fix {check out my first one here} coming this week that I can’t share with you – so excited to be getting spring/summer maternity clothes in my life! But until the reveal of my latest Fix, I thought it would be fun to update you on what I’ve kept from my latest Fixes!

If you want to get caught up – check out what I’ve kept from Fixes 1-7 and what I kept from Fixes 8-15! And for more Stitch Fix Fun, visit my Stitch Fix Review page!

And don’t forget -> If you want to try Stitch Fix out for yourself, please use my referral link to sign up AND check out my Stitch Fix page to get caught up on all my previous Fixes!


So in putting together this post, I realized that I haven’t done many outfit posts lately {or at all!} – I think the reason for that has been the yucky winter weather and the fact that the first trimester with baby #2 has pretty much knocked me on my butt! Hanging around the house all day inside is no fun not to mention feeling sick – not really much cause to get dressed up! But now that Spring is here & I’m feeling much better {knock on wood} I can’t wait to get out and about soaking up the sun – and share some cute looks too! So I don’t have new photos of any of the outfits, but I’ll be sharing my keepers regardless!


With Fix #16 I kept the Loveappella Evie Draw String Funnel Neck Sweatshirt, which I love and am in fact wearing it right now as I type this! It’s lightweight and comfortable.  I did pick up almost the exact same Sherpa Vest which was in that Fix as well, right before that Fix arrived on my doorstep. It was a fun piece to wear this winter!

Evie Drawstring Funnel Neck Sweatshirt


With Fix #17 I got a little crazy and kept the Fun2Fun Kassidy Open Lattice Detail Tank. I had plans to wear this for New Years BUT it was pretty cold that night, so I went a different route. So I haven’t worn this year, but I still really like it. I enjoy the fun little peek of skin in the front, while keeping it classy. I hope to wear this to a fun night out soon!

kassidy open detail tank


I kept TWO things from Fix #18 – something I never really do, but I loved these pieces so much! I kept the Mavi Ruxin Distressed Boyfriend Jeans because they are comfortable and different from anything in my closet – {Side Note: I found the jeans online for a great price!} I’ve worn them a bunch of times already and love them, it might be time for a bella band!}

I also kept the Mak B Ralph Cable Knit Detailed Raglan Sweater because I love to color and the fit. I wore this a ton this winter and I love it because it will easily fit into my spring on cooler days.

sweater and jeans


For Fix # 19  I decided to keep the Willow Cardigan. I loved the fun colors and how cute it was belted {which I have worn that way since} I also think its a great piece for spring OR fall – not to mention it’s a nice, thick weight and its very cozy and warm.

Willow Cardigan


From Fix #20 I ended up keeping the Eight Sixty Kimono {<- a link to where you can purchase!} – I planning on wearing this a TON this spring/summer with cropped jeans/jean shorts and tank tops. I love how flowy and feminine it is, plus I really enjoy the colorful florals. When I tried it on with a dress during Fix #20 I loved how it looked styled that way too, so I may be pairing it with a maxi or skirt look too! So many options!

Bridgette Kimono


From my First Maternity Fix I kept the Pixley Colibri Heart Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse – I plan on starting to wear this bad boy immediately, because the weather has just gotten warm enough for me to pack my winter coat away! I love this shirt because it will be perfect for the Fall as well, not to mention it’s nursing friendly. I also enjoy how it looks belted and I plan on wearing it with a fun sweater!

Heart Print Blouse


What do you think about my Stitch Fix Keepers?

I’m pretty happy with everything I’ve received from them and I can’t wait to see what shows up in my next Fix, which happens to be arriving this weekend! Woohoo! Can’t wait to share it with you on Monday!


And just incase you aren’t Stitch Fix obsessed {like I am, duh!} – here’s some information on how you can try Stitch Fix out for yourself – Feel free to let you know if you have any questions!

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1 Comment

  • Reply Patty O April 3, 2015 at 7:09 am

    So exciting that Stitch Fix is offering Maternity wear now – that worked out perfectly! I need to order a Stitch Fix for myself again soon!

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