Every woman should have a perfect spring dress in her wardrobe and this pretty aqua number is my favourite this Spring. It is simple yet chic and sits perfectly on my growing curves.
Dress and Earrings : Debenhams, necklace: Swarvoski (gifted), Flats: Topshop (old), bracelet: Flea market find (India).
Sometimes, a bright, happy colour is just the thing you need to get you out of pregnancy tiredness and your snugly duvet. So ladies, no need to shy away from bright colours your mind and your body will love it ;).
Ever since I saw Kerry Washington in a crop top whilst pregnant; I have been obsessed. I have been toying with the idea for ages and I must confess I never dared this look even when I was not pregnant. But l finally decided to man up and sport one last weekend during my mini-vacation. I started my 31st week then and I had no idea why I decided to take this style challenge upon myself.
I picked up this crop style light cardigan on a whim and teamed it up with a pencil skirt. I realised most pregnant women stay away from pencil style but I can vouch that it is quite flattering which will only compliment your curves.
Cardigan: Primark, Skirt: Debenhams, Scarf: H&M, Booties: Asos, Shoes: Sorel, Socks: Topshop, Glasses: Calvin Klein
Who says you need to play safe when it comes to pregnancy style? Try experimenting you will be pleasantly surprised 🙂
And are you wondering why I changed into shoes in the last picture? Well, try walking with a 8 month bump 😉
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As I enter my 23rd week; it is finally a trip down the maternity section. My blooming curves definitely need more room and a bit of flow. A tunic style top has become my favourite–its super comfortable and can be dressed up or down. I have also added some sensible yet fun footwear to my wardrobe because let’s face it–pregnancy does things to your balance and when you are carrying a little person inside you, it is best to exercise caution.
White is my perennial favourite, this colour can never go wrong for me. A tunic is best suited with a fitting bottom. So, here I’ve paired it with skinny maternity jeggings. I have also added a long necklace for elongating my torso and a bright, magenta heels for added oomph.
Tunic (non-maternity): Next, Jeggings: Debenhams, Heels: Asos, Necklace: New Look
Moral of this story? There is no reason to forgo style or fret over your changing body because your pregnant. With some clever planning you can enjoy this wonderful journey high in style 🙂
“Fashion and comfort should go hand in hand.” Now, that’s a line I thought I would never say. I have always felt that it is okay to suffer a bit (just a bit) for the greater cause of style. Not any more. Comfort is the key factor now especially on days when all I want is a hot cup of tea and to stay under the duvet all day long. But, as Tom ford said, “dressing well is a form of good manners.” Now, no matter what one cannot afford to be mannerless. So, yes I try.
These days comfortable jeans teamed with a casual T-shirt and a chic cardigan has become my go to uniform.
Perfect for walking around the park and running errands.
Jeggings: Dorothy Perkins (old), Shoes: Next (old), Bag: Gifted, Striped T-shirt: Gap, Cardigan: Debenhams, Beanie: Topshop.
Comfy enough to not restrict my movements and stylish enough to keep me happy.
What’s Christmas party season without the quintessential Little Black Dress?
I love a dress that can take me from work to party in no time. And who can resist a bit of peplum?
Dress: Debenhams (old, similar here), Statement necklace: Zara (old, options here), Snake print pumps: Marks and Spencer, Bag: Osprey London (similar here), Lips: Mac Up the Amp, watch: Tissot, earrings: from Barcelona
Nothing spells effortless holiday glamour than the LBD and that’s why it is my go-to style this season.