THE larger the bump gets, the more creative I’m having to become with my wardrobe. So I thought I’d start sharing a weekly style post for ‘dressing the bump’ or should that be ‘dressing the HUGE bump’ now I’m in my third trimester. This time around, with pregnancy number two, I’m having to try and keep as snug as a bug in this increasingly cold weather whilst also trying to
I’VE been meaning to do more vlogs for ages so hopefully this will be the first of many more to come. Most of you will know by now that I’m pregnant (if not, where have you been?!) so welcome to my first pregnancy vlog in which I share with you all, how I finally sorted out my wardrobe to make it maternity friendly!
ADMITTEDLY it doesn’t really feel like summer in the UK at the moment. Typical huh? But like most of us I love the sunshine and warm weather. And I also love, love, love dressing for summer. (When it’s not for our bonkers UK weather that is.)
WHEN I found out I was pregnant, I made a pact with myself, that no matter how grotty, weeble-like or huge I would feel, I’d always do my best to look stylish and feminine. I saw no reason to ditch my love for fashion and pretty things and optimistically thought that maternity wear would be just as fabulous as ‘ordinary’ clothing for women. Unfortunately my experience to date has been