This dress reminds me of little girls’ eyelet dresses (my mom LOVES those). What can be adorable on a two-year-old though can often be cloyingly sweet on an adult, so it needs a little toughening up. But not too tough… I think this outfit has a perfect mix of sweet (white dress, flower ring, a belt to cinch the waist) and tough (rad shoes, cool hobo bag, and snake bracelets).
The dress looks like a very good thrift shop find, doesn’t it? I’d pair it with vivid orange tights and neutral spectator pumps. The bag keeps that awesome thrifted feel going, and I also love the idea of adding vintage ring (or heirloom piece). The gold necklace is delicate but would look beautiful peeking out from the neckline, and that leather pouch makes me smile.
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Yesterday, I posted my guide to Maternity Style. Today I’m back with my guide for staying cute while nursing. You may return to your pre-pregnancy size (or not), but breastfeeding rules out a lot of your old clothes. I nursed for over a year the first time and I’m about to start again with baby number two, so it was fun for me to pull this together. And just like last time, please let me know if you have any questions or tips of your own in the comments!