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Olive has sort of become a staple color in fashion over the past year, and I’m not complaining. It definitely has something to do with the military jackets that we all know and love. But lately, the olive has made it’s way into all aspects of fashion. You can almost wear it as a neutral in some cases. In this case I chose for it to be the standout color. It’s always been one of my favorites – words and color – so the choice for me was obvious. I’d love to pair it with some dark purple or lavender, and I already have the perfect top in my maternity wardrobe!
Speaking of my maternity wardrobe, I’ve decided to do a capsule for the 2nd and 3rd trimesters. I actually made this decision at the end of the 1st trimester when the fat pants and the hair tie trick stopped working/fitting. I didn’t want to mention it and then it not work out. But it’s actually working fantastically so I’ll definitely be sharing all the details near the end of my pregnancy.
For those keeping track, that’s only 2.5 shorts months away. To give you the quick details, I spent about $200 in one mass spending spree on maternity clothes. I did a lot of research and found certain pieces and tricks that would help them extend all the way through the 2nd and 3rd trimesters. 1st trimester doesn’t count because l my old clothes still fit the whole time. I have 30 pieces (bottoms, tops, finishers, and shoes), and that’s all I wear spare a few workout pieces that I wear to workout and be lazy in.
Tell me about your week! Has anyone else done a maternity capsule?
linking up with pleated poppy . classy yet trendy
Love that second picture of you!June 28, 2016 at 1:39 pm
thanks girl!June 29, 2016 at 9:43 pm