Old Navy Maternity, Maternity Fashion, Pink Floral Dress, Second Trimester Fashion, Charleston Fashion, Babymoon Outfit Ideas, What to Wear in Charleston{OLD NAVY Pink Floral Dress, J. CREW Straw Tote and Satin Embroidered Flats, SALVATORE FERRAGAMO Sunglasses}

To be honest, shopping for maternity clothes hasn’t been as fun as I thought it would be. Most items are ridiculously overpriced – especially considering the quality, or lack thereof. I’ve also struggled to find items that still fit in with my personal style. Luckily, Old Navy has come through for me with the dress you see above. It’s non-maternity, so I just went up a size or two to accomodate my growing belly. It comes in both a long sleeve and sleeveless version and a plethora of colors and prints. I’m pretty sure I’m up to at least 5 or 6 different iterations at this point.

About the Fit:
This dress is non-maternity, so I got a few one size up in second trimester and a few two sizes up that I’m just now starting to fill out now that I’m 30 weeks along.  I’d say the fit is true-to-size, if not a little large for you ladies who aren’t currently knocked up. The length hits just a couple of inches above the knee on my 5’7 frame.

Old Navy Maternity, Maternity Fashion, Pink Floral Dress, Second Trimester Fashion, Charleston Fashion, Babymoon Outfit Ideas, What to Wear in Charleston
Old Navy Maternity, Maternity Fashion, Pink Floral Dress, Second Trimester Fashion, Charleston Fashion, Babymoon Outfit Ideas, What to Wear in Charleston

Old Navy Maternity, Maternity Fashion, Pink Floral Dress, Second Trimester Fashion, Charleston Fashion, Babymoon Outfit Ideas, What to Wear in Charleston

J. Crew Satin Embroidered Mary Jane Flats