Bump it outfits

Linking up with Lindsey @ thepleatedpoppy.

Recycling and mix-&-matching maternity outfits can be tricky. I like the challenge. I refused to buy maternity clothes when I was pregnant for the first time. I thought the prices were too much for tunics or maternity dresses or tanks. So i stretched the fabric of my loose tanks and sweaters. I went from an extra-small scrubs top to a small {that will give u an idea that I was tiny for my first pregnancy}.

With my second pregnancy, I blew up! I added a few more maternity pieces and loose nonmaternity dresses and tops to my prego collection. I went from an extra small scrubs top to a small to a medium! Aaaaah! Same thing for the scrub bottoms. I was wearing medium's on my second trimester because the smalls were too tight on my thighs.

So where am I going with this post? With babyD3 growing in my belly, I added even more prego outfits to my closet. I bought gap maternity and motherhood maternity before. But this time, thanks to friends and blogs, I looked at old navy maternity. The prices were more reasonable. I also found key pieces from zulily.

Sharing how I took the challenge of mixing and matching my maternity outfits this week:

Top: motherhood maternity
Belt: old navy
Bottom: motherhood maternity, thrifted
Flats: me Too {old and comfy}
Pearls: from my grandma

Wednesday: too pink?
Maternity tunic: old navy
Bottom: Bella band tights from target
Flats: mossimo target
Pearls: gift from my MIL
Cross body: Kate spade

Thursday: pieces you've seen before for sure
Top: zulily
Skirt: old navy maternity
Necklace: zulily
Flats: bandolino

^^my hubs like the challenge, kids sneaking in the pict. Thanks, love, for playing along so I could post these online^^

1 comment:

  1. So cute! I esp. love the tunic from ON. Not too pink at all!


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