Despite my attempt to avoid maternity wear, I found this maternity dress on ASOS which I’m rather pleased with. I can never resist a pretty 70s vibe frock. I’m 29 weeks along and I now understand what is meant by the phrase ‘heavily pregnant’. I can’t get up or sit down without groaning like an angry buffalo. Heaving myself in and out of the bath is like the Shamu show at SeaWorld. My pregnancy has been pretty easy, considering what a tough time some women have, but I’m looking forward to it being over. I’m not only excited to meet our baby boy, but also it’ll be a relief to have my body back to myself. He’s currently tap dancing on my bladder, which is just charming.
As my pregnancy progresses, style blogging is becoming more challenging. I’m 6 months gone now and I’m limited in what I can wear; not that I mind. In fact, having very little choice actually saves me a lot of time. I’ve more or less given up on trends for the time being. I’m sure if I worked a little harder my maternity look could be more on trend, but my energy is a precious commodity and I can’t afford to squander it. I found this 70s dress in a vintage shop on Camden Passage and I’m rather pleased with it. It’s really comfy and flows over the bump. I look like I’m trying to channel Mandy Moore in This is Us, but this is co-incidental. I’ll be wearing this frock until May when baby boy […]
I’ve always been fond of a bit of boho, although the term has rather naff connotations. I think the key to a chic bohemian vibe is not to over do it with the accessories; too much jingiling jewellery can undermine the look. If I’m wearing a boho dress, I like to wear one or two bold pieces of jewellery. I love this silk dress by Me & Maya. It skims over my baby bump nicely, but will work post-baby next summer, worn with bare legs and tan sandals. I’ve styled the dress with a faux fur coat from Whisltes (similar here) and boots from Kurt Geiger.