October 26, 2015
September 24, 2015
skirt: GAP (similar)
blazer: Banana Republic (similar
satchel: BCBG via TJMaxx c/o (similar here & love this one)
glasses: Kate Spade (on sale 40% off)
watch: Fossil (loooove these)
bracelets: My Arm Charms c/o
pumps: Target (love these)
If you have been paying attention to the fashion world, you noticed that this fall it's all about the 70's. Although I'm not a huge fan of the era (so much fringe!), I can get behind 'everything denim' trend. Especially since I don't have to buy things like flares (they have been laying in my closet for almost nine years) and this denim skirt (from my high school days). And the fact that I fit into a skirt that I wore in high school has me all giddy. It also proves the fact that I wasn't the prom queen (ha!).
This outfit was inspired by this look but I'm not sure how close I got. Do you think I look half as cool as she does in her outfit posts?
P.S Don't forget today is the last day to enter the giveaway for two bracelets of your choice!
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September 14, 2015
dress: Old Navy (similar)
bag: BCBG via TJMaxx c/o (similar under $30)
glasses: Tory Burch (similar under $25)
sandals: Franco Sarto (similar)
Welcome back to another work week! Although it seems like the entire blogging world is partying down in New York City during NYFW. I'm so excited for fall with so much trends like denim on denim, lots (and lots) of red, as well as some old trends coming back. Flares! Who knew that if I kept my flares from about seven years ago, they would be such a hit?! Now if only they would fit this postpartum belly. I've been keeping an eye on so many NYFW shows and excited to share the round up with you. Follow me on Instagram for the latest updates as well! Thanks for stopping by!
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August 27, 2015
dress: SheIn c/o (also love this one)
sandals: BCBG (similar here & here on sale!)
sunglasses: Choies c/o
necklace: old (similar here and here)
To say that I'm a little late to the party is an understatement. But what one to do when the pretty floral dress is hanging in the closet? Wear it! I couldn't fit into it when I had my belly and been waiting to loose some of that stomach to wear it. I still have about ten pounds to loose but there is nothing a good pair of spanx wouldn't fix. Also, it's almost fall and this is my last chance to sport some flowers. And to be honest, it's so pretty that I hope I get to wear it again in the spring (and maybe this one too)Enjoy the rest of you week!
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August 24, 2015
dress: Dorothy Perkins
Welcome to another week! Postpartum dressing is difficult, especially for church and special occasions. With nursing and still having a little bit of belly, most of my clothing fits a little weird. I can zip up my jeans but have all that loose skin hanging out on top. All you mamas know what I mean, right?
If you notice, this dress is not nursing friendly at all. My plan was to nurse Abbie right before church and then right after we got home. It didn't work out quite like that. Right on queue, two hours after I fed her, she was up and my milk let down. Fun times! So I had to invent new ways to feed her while keeping the dress on (thank God there was a private room in church). I will have to rethink my dress choice next Sunday ha! Do any of you have any tips for postpartum body dressing?
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August 20, 2015
August 19, 2015
Shopping for designer look-a-likes is something I love to do. To be honest, I wouldn't know what to do with a $2k bag. I think I would put it under a glass bowl and not let anyone touch it, let alone wear it. ha! Here are some great steals that are a lot less than the real deal, but still look amazing! Hope you have a great Wednesday!
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July 9, 2015
sandals: BCBG (similar)
jewelry: gift from husband
Don't let the pretty dress and high heels full you - I'm quite miserable at this point. The baby feels very low and I have a lot PGP, it's hot outside and my feet are swollen. I have heartburn and can barely sleep even though I don't eat later than 7. I have been experiencing mild contractions and some very high/low emotional swings. So basically, I'm a typical very pregnant woman although it feels like this will never end. I know, I shouldn't be complaining and just enjoying this time to myself but I want this baby out. Then I hear a lot of people saying that if the first one was late, the second one may be too and that I should have chosen C-section this time too, which is totally discouraging. I'm trying to keep my spirits up with my daily prayers for the Lord to have his hand over this baby and give me grace during labor and delivery. Come out and play baby girl!