well, we’re in the home stretch, guys! can you believe it?! to keep me outfitted during these final weeks before the twins’ arrival, my mom and i did a little shopping at a cute french boutique you may have heard of –tar-jay. it’s very fancy, ha!
in all seriousness though, target is really stepping up their clothing game these days and i was so happy with the pieces we found to clothe the bump as we enter into spring. i sized up two sizes in all three dresses (wearing a large in everything) in order to accommodate the belly and its inevitable expansion as the babies continue to grow (they’re already two pounds a piece!). if you’re not with child(ren), i’d recommend taking your regular size.
universal thread short sleeve crewneck smocked gauze shift dress -seen in rust || anthropologie knotted headband || madewell harper woven mules (sized up 1/2 size) (similar) || madewell spotted tote (c/o) (similar)
universal thread short sleeve crewneck smocked gauze shift dress -seen in rust || madewell oversized denim jacket (small) || everlane 40-hour flat in cream (sized up 1/2 size) (c/o) || jenni kayne leopard clutch (similar) || lack of color hat
universal thread short sleeve crewneck smocked gauze shift dress -seen in mint || amazon rattan bag || target universal thread woven mules (TTS) || madewell perfect belt (small)
universal thread short sleeve crewneck smocked gauze shift dress -seen in mint || chicwish knit your heart cardigan (s/m) || sam edelman nude pumps (TTS) || amazon pearl hair clip
which one is your favorite look?
p.s. i also purchased this universal thread sleeveless crewneck tiered ruffle midi dress in burgundy and lilac but the pieces didn’t arrive in time for the styling session. i plan on wearing one of them for easter next month and possibly for our maternity shoot in a couple weeks, so you’ll definitely see them on the blog in the future! i highly recommend the style, it’s so flirty and feminine for spring.
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