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Happy Monday, sweet friends!
I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I’ve been pretty MIA over on social media lately – we are trying our best to get everything unpacked and organized before baby boy decides to make his arrival. Sometimes it feels like it’s just not going to happen and we’re bound to live in chaos for awhile, and others moments I feel like I’m making good progress. I just can’t tell…
I shot these looks for a PinkBlush campaign a few weeks ago, and I’ve been meaning to share them ever since. PinkBlush has been one of my go-to maternity clothing destinations for all of my pregnancies. They have super comfy, casual pieces, but also gorgeous dresses for events or maternity photoshoots.
I wasn’t sure I was going to love this blue dress when I first saw it, but as soon as I put it on I didn’t want to take it off. I’m wearing medium and it’s perfect everywhere except in the chest, which is why I have it unbuttoned. Size up if you’re in between.
I love finding a piece that I can wear both during and after pregnancy, and this floral kimono fits the bill. It’s the perfect piece to transition from summer to fall. It runs a bit big – I’m wearing large and could use a medium.
Another piece that can be worn postpartum! This sweet polka dot top doesn’t have the tell-tale maternity ruching, it’s just slightly oversized. I’m wearing large.
This striped maxi is perfect for a late summer wedding or party. It does run big – I’m wearing large and the straps were way too big. I would size down if you’re in between.
This bodycon dress scared me when I first saw it. Umm, it’s small. And I’m….not. But, I was shocked at how flattering it is on! It really does stretch a lot and hugs you in all the right places. I’m wearing large. It’s also nursing friendly – you can access the girls easily by lifting the crisscross panel. Genius.