Stitch Fix has been a favorite of mine for years and I want to share some of my favorite tops that are my to go options that have withstood the test of time. It’s so hard to go shopping as a mom with kids in tow. Mine always hide under the racks, jump out at random strangers, pull things off the hangers and tell me how much they dislike shopping. It makes for a rushed experience with little joy for everyone involved.
But, Stitch Fix makes it so easy! First you will in size info and answer questions about your style. Then Stitch Fix will send a box of 5 items to your door to try on and send what you don’t love back in a prepaid envelope. My favorite aspect of Stitch Fix is that they send a styled card with ideas for how to wear the pieces that they send.
Stitch Fix Tops
This Emory Park Kimono is my go to item this summer. I don’t think I own anything that I love as much as this kimono. I pair it with jeans, shorts, and over my bathing suit as a cover up. Its nursing friendly which is a must for me! Size small pictured here.
Market & Spruce Top
This Market & Spruce Top is a size small. Its light and flowy and a go to in the summer when it’s unbelievably hot in VA. I love the stitched detail at the top. If you are nursing like me, add a tank under and voila – perfect!
This id:23 top came in my June box and was a immediate YES! Its extremely light weight material and I love wearing with white shorts. I tuck it in the front or unbutton on the bottom to tie it for a different front look. Size small pictured here.
This Skies are Blue top has been a staple in my closet for a while now. I used to wear it to work with pumps a LOT and now I toss on and dress it down a bit with jean shorts or jeans like pictured here. It’s lightweight and great for nursing with a tank underneath.
Like the top above, I originally snagged this one for my corporate working days. I love the lace detail on the sleeves. Its super versatile and I still get a lot of wear out of it these days at home with my boys.
Brixon Ivy Top
I guess by now you can tell that I love lace detail and the color blue! Blue is a go to for me with blue eyes. If you aren’t sure what color works well with your eyes, check out this post.
How much does Stitch Fix cost?
It depends – you can choose items from various price points. It can be as or more affordable as shopping in the store when you take advantage of the buy 5 items 25% discount. My boxes end up costing on average 150-200$ for all 5 items! You can request specific stylists that you love and provide feedback on each item to improve future boxes. You can also create a Stitch Fix board on Pinterest to share inspiration ideas to your stylist. Check out my Stitch Fix Board here.
All tops are paired with Hollister Advanced High Rise Stretch Jean Leggings. I am wearing a size 9. Im 5″3 and wearing short version. I am wearing nude wedges from Target from last year, but here are a similar pair that I love. (The jeans and shoes are both on SALE right now!)