Stitch Fix Reveal - My "Sports Mom" Fix

Stitch Fix Reveal Day is one of my favorite days of the month (What is Stitch Fix? Click here to find out). The fix I'm about to share with you is one of my favorites so far. I requested a special theme. I asked my stylist to curate a "Wrestling Mom Fix". I explained to her that this time of year, my weekends are spent watching my two boys compete in wrestling. This means when I'm not in the design studio, I'm traveling and spending many long hours in crowded gymnasiums and arenas cheering on my littles.


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(Max and Cameron, my little grapplers).


Somedays I'm in the bleachers, other days I'm sitting on the floor, mat-side. It's important that I'm dressed casually and comfortably. But, let's be honest, Sports Moms like to look stylish too! Even though my weekends are focused on the kids' events, I'd still like to have a little fun with fashion, just like I do during the work week.

Are you ready to see it?
Take a look at the"Wrestling Mom Fix" my stylist created for me...


SeaVees Monterey Houndstooth Lace-Up Sneakers

41Hawthorn Kiwi Cocoon Cardigan

Shawntel Distressed Skinny Jean

Mavi Jora Collared Cotton Top



Olive & Oak Daril Scoop Neck Knit Top


Along with these five pieces, inside the box was a personal note to me from my Stylist. Here are her thoughts on the items she selected for me, "For your chic Wrestling Mom look, I just had to start with distressed jeans. I saw some ripped jeans on your Pinterest Board and figured they'd fit the casual cool mom look perfectly. Pair them with the beautiful Olive and Oak knit for come color, or channel your inner Jennifer Anniston with the Mavi top and Cardigan. For shoes, of course, sneakers! These SeaVees are super cute and they're a must for staying cute and casual while emitting that "I woke up like this" look.".

In addition to the personal note from my Stylist, I also received style cards with ideas on how to wear the items she sent me.




I ended up keeping all five items in this fix. I'm in love with everything and my Stylist totally delivered the casual, "Sports Mom" chic look I was hoping for. The only problem I'm having since joining Stitch Fix, is that I can't keep my 17 year old daughter out of my closet.  Here she is wearing my new Wrestling Mom cardigan...





Have you tried Stitch Fix?  Have you ever requested a themed fix? If so, I would love to hear about your experience!


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2 comments:

  1. I want to love stitch fix, I've tried 8 or so boxes over the past couple of years, but I'm never really in love with the items. Could I ask who your stylist is? I'm also wondering if my budget isn't enough? Can I ask what you set your budgets at?

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  2. Hi Marilee, I just learned that my usual Stylist is no longer with the company, so I'll be getting a new one next month. I have my price points set at $50-$100 per item, with the exception of jewelry and accessories which I set at "The Cheaper The Better". I hope that is helpful :)

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