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Stitch Fix Is Now Offering Maternity & Petite Sizes!

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Stitch Fix Is Now Offering Maternity & Petite Sizes


Stitch Fix is now offering styling services for Maternity and Petite sizes. If you are interested in Maternity clothing, you can update your profile with your due date and what you are looking for. For Petite sizing, you can update your profile to request petite clothing (shorter inseams, shorter arm length, narrower shoulders, etc).

Check out all of my Stitch Fix reviews to see how this styling subscription works.

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

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  1. Eh, I don’t know. I’m always in the market for petite clothing, but I’m just not impressed w/ Stitch Fix’s curating. I tried it out a few times, but it seemed like every shipment was full of boxy sweaters and bland $50 t-shirts no matter what I wrote in my profile.

  2. The only plus-size size they offer is 14. They got my hopes up on that one!

  3. As a petite woman, I’m excited about this because there’s nothing worse than getting a maxi dress that you trip over, or sleeves that hang over your hands like you are wearing your mom’s clothing. Nothing worse that is, EXCEPT…the reality that my MSA sisters can’t find clothing to suit their own outward beauty and fashion needs! Stitch Fix we appreciate this expansion but please do add plus and tall soon so we can ALL love you even more!!

  4. Completely agree about the size issues. I like Gywnnie Bee but there are a couple of key differences between the business models and I’d love to see the Stitch Fix/Golden Tote idea in plus.

    • I keep emailing BOTH companies, and keep getting told “we’re working on it”. Clearly not that hard…

  5. There’s a need for a stitchfix for people who have a hard time finding clothes in a mall–tall, petite, plus, etc. I feel like tall is the hardest. I have never seen those in a store, ever.

  6. I had tried out the maternity clothing and I was not a fan – at all. It was overpriced for the quality. One shirt that I kept got a hole after one washing and I paid $70 for it. I asked for work appropriate clothes and didn’t get anything in two boxes. Everything was too casual. My final straw was when I got a non – maternity winter coat which I wouldn’t be able to wear for over a year. Both times I made sure to tell them how many months along I would be at time of receiving the box but it seemed like they ignored it.

  7. I have to echo the sentiments here, it’s great that they’re offering petite and maternity now and I absolutely love the clothes they send (Golden Tote’s too), but nothing over a size 14 makes me a sad panda.

  8. Liz,

    I remember the other day seeing a post you did with a stitch fix code and now I can’t find it. Was it not a valid code?

    • They deactivated the code. 🙁

  9. Wow… maternity and petite, but nothing above a size 14? You’d think they’d get a bigger customer base by expanding the size options a bit. Things like this always irritate me. Because while this is a service I’d love to use, the company clearly has no interest in gaining my business…. or that of the millions of American women who fall outside of their size range.

    • Ugh yes! I would love to sub to a great box for fashionable clothes that included plus size women.. but there don’t seem to be any! It’s so disappointing and awful.

    • These were my exact thoughts. It is almost like they are Lululemon and don’t want people above a certain size to be seen in the clothing (even though it is not their own brand). Annoyed, but hearing similar feelings makes me feel better.

    • Ugh – I know, right?! I’ve been waiting for them to do plus-sizes FOREVER!

  10. I find it disappointing that they have added maternity and petite, but not tall, or anything a size bigger than a 14.

    I have a rather large chest, so I would not be able to receive most of the tops or dresses, though I would be okay with bottoms (though I would need them to be long in length). Obviously not every subscription can cater to every size, but I do with they’d add these options…

    • I’m in exactly the same boat! I do subscribe, but I have to send back a lot of tops I’d otherwise keep because they’re too tight across the chest. I have gotten lucky and received a couple of pairs of jeans that are long enough for me, but even the stylists have noted that they have a hard time finding them.

      • Glad I’m not the only one. I tried a month of Golden Tote, and was like- look since you only offer a size L, I need no buttons, and stretch. I loved the sweater that I selected, but nothing else worked. The dress didn’t even cover my crotch, the shirts were all not right, and they sent a pair of pants that fit my size 6 friend perfectly. I had to send the whole thing back and was really disappointed to not be able to participate in what otherwise looks like a great subscription. I haven’t tried this one because I feel it would present the same problems.

        I do however like Fabletics. Though they are out of XLTall a lot of the time, the fact that they do infact carry that size option makes me buy stuff from them. I just wish they weren’t purely athletic offerings.

  11. I just got my second stitch fix maternity and it was awesome. I am at 4 and 1/2 months and everything fit perfectly and will work for the rest of my pregnancy. I kept all 5 of my items!

  12. Maternity and petite, but no plus sizes whatsoever. How typical. I continue to be disgusted by all these fashion boxes that claim they’re for “everyone” and “love women” but only have sizes up to 12 or 14 at best. Gross.

    If you can provide a size 0, you should be able to provide a size 18. Period.

    /sorry for the bitterness.

    • I agree with you so much!

    • Amen!

    • Word. Given that the average American woman is size 12-14, there’s a huge market for this…pun only partially intended.

    • I would sign up immediately if they offered plus sizes. Why is no one doing this?

    • Completely agree.

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