Thursday, February 21, 2019

Four tips to staying chic during your third trimester

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Whoa, not quite sure how it's been one month since my last post and even more unsure how I got to be seven months pregnant — IT ALL HAPPENED SO FAST. Time is not on my side and there is still so much to do. By nature, I'm a procrastinator, I'll enjoy my "in-the-moment" time and do the thing I need to do tomorrow if I can swing it, hence this very delayed blog post. Truth be told I've been sitting down to write this for the last two weeks, but then I went on a babymoon, got busy at work, attended three baby showers (all for me!), dealt with jet lag, and all while trying to get ready for baby and be a supportive wife. Wow, no wonder I can't get this post out!

Ok, excuses over and I'm excited to share how I've been trying to stay stylish in the last few months of not being able to fit into anything. 

1. Dresses are your BEST friend, you might even be able to still swing fitting into older roomy dresses. The one I'm wearing above is a new style turtleneck version I found at Zara for only $20! You better believe I snapped it up the moment I found it in store. 

2. Remember this post when I said I'm refusing to buy maternity clothes? 
Yeah, that lasted until last month where I could only fit into one pair of pants, and with the cold, it's been hard to live in dresses only. I ordered a few pairs of workout maternity leggings, cute everyday leggings, and skinny maternity jeans to switch it up!

3. Makeup and accessories can replace the cute clothes. 
Just like this post says, I've given in to the theory of as long as two out of the three 
(hair, makeup, and clothing) are taken care of, you are still put together. Playing with new makeup, and bringing my accessory game strong --think beanies, berets, Chanel earrings, scarves, etc-- still, make me feel fancy when I've been wearing the same style denim all week. 

4. Good, oversized outerwear.
The Danes got it right when they said bigger is best for clothing. Everything is worn super oversized and they still manage to make it incredibly chic. This coat was a bit of a splurge, also from Zara, but when tied up over the bump it felt elegant and chic. I need more of these camel wrap coats in my life. I also was able to fit into my normal size, so I'll be able to wear it just fine once the baby gets here.

Hope you found these tips helpful! 

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Photography by Jessica Monroy

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Not putting away my party dresses just yet



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Photography by Jessica Monroy