it may seem crazy to splurge on a t-shirt, but after adding two anine bing tees to my wardrobe over the last year, i can say they are worth every penny. they are well-made, machine washable, and, as evidenced by today’s post, extremely versatile in terms of styling. last time i styled one of anine bing’s tees, it was in this post and definitely pre-pregnancy.
fast forward six months and i’ve gained a new accessory (actually two if we’re counting both babies). to showcase how i’ve transitioned my anine bing tee into my maternity wardrobe, i’m teaming up with ashley (@lovealwaysashleyj) and natalie (@natalieborton) to provide a little style inspiration. considering my current state, my ensembles will be geared toward my fellow mommas-to-be, but i will definitely tailor this tee (i sized up to cover the bump) after the babies arrive so i can recreate non-maternity versions of these looks as well. be sure to check out both ashley and natalie’s profiles for even more ideas on how to wear a graphic tee -especially if you’re not currently pregnant.
as always, all outfit details are currently linked below and on the @liketoknow.it app. a speedy video will be live on my IGTV channel at 1:00 p.m. so be sure to tune in then to see the looks in action.
p.s. i’m sporting natalie borton’s julia earrings in the teardrop style in all four looks. be sure to check her shop next month for new releases!
anine bing basic bing tee (sized up one size) || spanx mama faux leather leggings (non-maternity here -sized up to medium) || zara snakeskin flats (similar here & here) || loft v-neck ribbed cardigan (small) || anthropologie bow headband
anine bing basic bing tee (sized up one size) || h&m mama boyfriend jeans (favorite non-maternity boyfriend jeans -sized up to US6) || madewell regan boots in leopard (sized up 1/2 size) || lack of color hat (similar)
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