WhatIWore: Two things: a) these pants do not photograph well and b) they’re so comfortable I couldn’t care less. In a dream world, everything we wear, pregnant or not, would be super flattering to our bodies, but sometimes you have to cut your losses and just wear what makes ya feel good! I don’t want a pity party or anything, I freaking love these pants, but I also realize they make proportions look a little… wide, which is a feat in itself because I never thought anything would look bigger than my bump! Maybe because they are so low rise?
I think a longer jacket could have helped balance things out more and I’ll keep that in mind if I ever wear another pair of printed, loose knit pants. Or perhaps heels? A blousier shirt like shown on the site where I bought them? Live and learn, baby!
WhatIWore: Happy Monday everyone! Here are some snaps we took on Friday night before heading to our friends’ house for dinner on the deck outside. I first wore this dress this spring (on sale here) and added some hooks and tacks to keep the top on the modest side. As my pregnancy continues, those tacks aren’t cutting it so I used a flesh toned belly band as a panel. I’m glad I got to wear it again this summer and can’t wait to wear it next year too.
WhatIWore: I’m having one of those mornings where I already feel a little behind even though it’s still pretty early. Adam and I left the house at 6am to get to a doctor’s appointment near Indy, stopped for donuts on the way home and now I’m sitting at my favorite spot to edit the photos we just took and get my day going.
I was on the fence about keeping this dress, a maternity style from ASOS, but I’m glad I did. It’s light and cool and airy and bright and I can’t help but getting the tune to Edelweiss in my head as I wear it. I skipped any belt to give an illusion of a little more length (because boy oh boy, do I feel wide these days!) and paired it with some of my favorite accessories.