Okay, I know it’s been a loooong minute and you can totally be annoyed at me for not writing on the blog for months. Truth is, being pregnant and running after a toddler all day is tiring! BUT, I’m making it a mission to keep this thing going. So I thought I’d share a little something fashion-related.
If you follow me on Instagram, you know I recently did a collab with Pink Blush. I have been absolutely loving their shop these days! With this being my second pregnancy, the bump is showing loud and proud. To be honest, my self-esteem took a hit when I saw myself getting bigger so quickly. Then Pink Blush reached out and I found so many cute and affordable options that I can wear and feel great in! These are just a couple of the looks I’ve rocked recently.
I’m normally hesitant to order online because I worry about quality, but these dresses really surprised me. I would definitely recommend checking them out if you’re currently expecting, or even if you’re not! They have a section of women’s clothing (not maternity) as well, so get your shopping on!
I don’t know if it’s just me, but I felt like this winter draaaaggged on! I love the cold and hot cocoa as much as anyone else, but I was so tired of wearing boots and sweaters. I went shopping for some warmer clothes and as soon as it hit above 65 degrees, pulled it all out!
P.S.- I’ve tagged the pieces, in case you’re overdue for some spring shopping yourself!
Top: Express, Skirt: Free People, Shoes: Fashion Nova
Dress: Urban Outfitters, Hat: Target, Shoes: Target
Top: Target, Skirt: Target, Jacket: H&M
What are some spring trends that you’re excited to try?!
Pregnancy has brought out insecurities about my body I never knew existed. I find myself comparing my body to other pregnant women I see on Instagram or analyzing the roundness of my belly, thinking it doesn’t look like it “should”. It’s all bologna. The truth is, my body is amazing for being able to go through all of the changes necessary to carry life. Every woman’s is! I decided to get off Instagram, get dressed up, and love myself for a little photoshoot. My go-to outfit has been a simple, comfy dress that I can either pair with heels for a night out, or dress down with sneakers. *The trick is to buy a size larger than you normally would, to compensate for the extra curves*
Check out the photos below for some bump-fashion inspo!
Dress: Papaya, Duster Jacket: Kohl’s, Shoes: Lola Shoetique
Dress: Papaya, Shoes: Adidas
Dress: H&M, Jacket: Eden Sky, Shoes: Macy’s