The Bump and the Pencil Skirt

October 16, 2015

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top: my mom’s vintage | skirt ($7!!!), LOVE this option too | heels | clutch | watch | spike bracelet | necklace c/o Rocksbox | ring and earrings c/o Brooklyn Buttons

Trying to branch out while pregnant is hard, but I feel like you have to sometimes so you don’t stay in sweatpants the whole time. Get out and embrace the bump! A pencil skirt is something different and not always thought of. As long as it’s done right, you can get away with it. To avoid looking shlumpy, it should be somewhat fitted, and go above the entire belly, so that it sits right at your rib cage. I paired mine with a cropped sweater, since I can’t wear that normally now either. Does anyone have any crop tops that they just love but… they are crop tops?! And that is not something anyone over the age  of 30 should be wearing in their regular state. But you can always put them with anything high waisted, and in normal situations (not maternity), an inch can show if applicable. Anyway, you have to check out all my jewelry links, especially this Brooklyn designer of Brooklyn Buttons. Everything is handmade and different, and really cute!

This weekend we are headed to the pumpkin patch and maybe a date night… ahh my hopes are so high.

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