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Everyday Outfits Maternity My Style

Water Under the Bridge {#CCBumpStyle}


This dress by Maison Jules was definitely on repeat throughout my pregnancy. I originally got it to wear on my babymoon in Charleston, and it promptly became part of my weekly outfit rotation when we got back. In fact, I even packed it in my hospital bag as my going home outfit!

Now that I think of it… I know exactly what I’ll be wearing tomorrow, lol!

Everyday Outfits Maternity My Style

Earning Those Stripes {#CCBumpStyle}

{J. CREW Stripe Dress, VINTAGE Beret, VALENTINO Sunglasses, K. SWISS Sneakers}

Fortunately (for my pocketbook), I was able to get through the majority of my pregnancy without buying too many maternity clothes. In total, I think I purchased two pair of leggings and three or four dresses that were specifically for pregnant ladies. For the most part, I went up a size (or two) in dresses in stretchy fabrics like the one you see above. And the best part is that I can still rock most of those pieces now that my little one is here.

As you can tell in the pic above, I pretty much gave up on heels as my due date got nearer. And honestly, I’ve kinda grown fond of sneakers now. This pair of K. Swiss is a particular favorite because they were pretty much the shoe to have back in my high school days (yay 90s!).

Everyday Outfits Maternity My Style

Back Down Memory Lane {#CCBumpStyle}

Old Navy Maternity Dress
{Old Navy Floral Dress, Banana Republic Mules}

Hey Peeps!

Long time, no post. If you’ve been following along on the ‘gram, then you know that I recently gave birth to my little bundle of joy. Baby and mama are doing well, but truth be told – those last few weeks of pregnancy kicked my butt!

While I’m currently enjoying plenty of snuggles and some much needed R&R with my little guy, I thought I’d finally share the last of my #ccbumpstyle pics for posterity over the next few days. I’m still working out how to properly dress my postpartum bod’ (HELLO boobs, GOODBYE waistline!), so definitely stay tuned to see how I navigate this new territory.