Last week reminded me that I prefer to wear more form-fitting clothes while pregnant. I like having a baby on board, so why hide the fact? Furthermore, for my shorter stature body type, anything too flowing ends up making me look boxy. Which breaks my heart, because I love the look of billow-y bohemian-looking skirts, but such is life.
In light of this fact, and thanks to the example of several lovely ladies who linked up last week, I decided to try a maternity dress as a skirt. At which point I remembered that I still haven't had my husband climb up to the attic to bring down the maternity remnants from the last time I was pregnant in 2006. No worries, I found a non-maternity cotton/spandex dress that would fit my belly thanks to its high waist. The gathered/bunchy top kept me from piling a sweater over it, however; doing so just looked wrong. Instead, I brought out a blazer and just kept it unbuttoned.
It is cold in New England, so today I opted to wear leggings instead of tights (not that I have any to accomodate this belly yet).
Yes, I wore the same jewelry and boots as last week. Consider this a running a theme.
Gratuitous belly shot:
The blazer is at least 10 years old. I am sure I bought it at Marshall's!
The dress definitely came from Marshall's.
You know the boots did, too.
My leggings came from Target.
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