Stitch Fix Kids
We have been waiting for years for a Stitch Fix for kids. I was super excited when it was actually Stitch Fix who came out with it!
Having sensory intense kids can make shopping, um, challenging. Yes, that’s the word we’ll use. Challenging.
Like Katie, bar the door the purple minions are coming challenging. I digress.
Not having to drag the boys through a store, get them to actually choose clothing, then to have a conniption fit trying to get them to try on the clothing they just picked out but are tired of already because it itches or they don’t like the color or they are tired? That, my fellow mothers, is priceless.
Mr. T’s First Stitch Fix
Since Mr. T is the oldest and has the least amount of clothing from last fall that still fits, he got to try Stitch Fix Kids first. And now Mr. F is indeed asking for his own fix. Siblings.
Here’s is Mr. T unboxing his first Fix!
First, if you’ve had a Stitch Fix for grownups then you will be surprised (and maybe a little envious) that the kids get twice the number of pieces. Yes! 8-10 pieces per adorable box. These are the pieces Mr. T received.
Something I noticed right off the bat was that these were very nice quality pieces and the prices were about the same as what we would usually spend at Kohl’s. But there would be loud wailing, hiding in clothing racks, and much gnashing of teeth there. At home? There wasn’t any!
This outfit is Tailor Vintage – Jordan Stretch Poplin Cargo shorts in navy ($20) and the RUMI + RYDER Logan long sleeve in teal green ($20). Mr. T enjoys wearing dressier shirts like polos and button downs. He even does a pretty good job of keeping them clean as long as he stays a little more than arm distance away from Mr. F.
This shirt. Oh my stars! It’s so adorable. Another RUMI + RYDER, the Ben soft washed short sleeve button down shirt ($20) is incredibly cute. The only downside is that while it gives washing instructions, it says “For best results, dry clean only”. Y’all, I’m not dry cleaning a shirt for my 8 year old. I followed the washing instructions and it did just fine.
Mr. T was having trouble containing his delight over a shark in a bow tie and glasses. This shirt from Hurley ($16) is a graphic tee I can definitely support. Mr. T loves the color and how super soft it is. Stitch Fix Kids is definitely sending out some really fun pieces!
I got a little glimpse of a studious high school student here. Doesn’t he look dashing with one of his favorite books? He had a lot of fun modeling 😉
The jeans are his, but the Hanna Andersson Alfie long sleeve pocket tee ($18) and the Adrino Goldschmeid Kids Rory Kangaroo Henley Hoodie in Olive ($26) make for a darling, if somewhat grown up looking, outfit. The hoodie is soft and comfy, as evidenced by the cheesy grin on my sweet boy below.
This hoodie is going to be a fall staple. I can guarantee it because in Georgia, layers are a must for cool mornings and scorching afternoons!
Here we have a very soft but runs-kinda-small Leo long sleeve knit tee from Levis ($18). Mr. T is very happy with the material it’s made from, but I am scared to dry it because if it shrinks it will become the property of Mr. F.
Mr. T loves the dinosaur, and after he was reassured that the sleeves were just a “Fall” length rather than too-short long sleeves, he was very excited about this shirt. Kids are funny, friends.
This is the Cali Supply Co. Liam raglan ($16) and Tailor Vintage Jordan Stretch Poplin Cargo’s in olive ($20).
As we wound down his photo shoot, Mr. T was being more and more of a ham. He really likes looking “spiffy” and the Level 10 Elijah printed woven shirt ($18) made him feel extra cute.
How fun are the little stickers and the maze on the Stitch Fix Kids paperwork? And with the discount we think we got a great deal on some new duds for Mr. T!
If you want to try out Stitch Fix Kids (or Stitch Fix for grownups!) you can sign up right here! Would you try a styling service for your kids?