20 Weeks: Tie It in a Knot

Friday, October 12, 2012

Gap dress I cut to be a top, $8 (similar); leopard print dress I cut to be a skirt via an online Asian boutique (similar); glitter booties c/o Wanted Shoes

Now that I'm finding less and less shirts that cover my belly, I've been tying them in a knot above the bump, which is also right below my boobs. These knots are conveniently placed to make you think from a distance that I have a third boob. I've gotten quite the stares from passerbys...(like that girl behind me! I see you!) You'd also think that this would convince me to stop tying my shirts into knots but...nah. My running out of clothes > possible third boob.

I'm so glad I lengthened the slip underneath!! ..even if it is uneven...but you can't tell from this angle so all's well.

Also, there's been a few design changes to the blog! (If you're reading from a reader, click through and take a gander.) Like new header, new navigation bar, new color, recent outfits on the right, and navigation and additional info at the bottom of the blog. WHEW. I like where it's going. Not sure if it's there yet. But, then again I don't think it'll ever be there. I get too antsy and always want to change something!!

12 comments :

  1. I see you have discovered my most-used trick of pregnancy dressing. I also put belts there to keep larger shirts from looking frumpy.

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  2. Hey when you can't hide the bump you flaunt it!

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  3. 20 weeks?

    you look amazing.

    I'm going to have to try this but I'm sure Julia will just say "boobies" on repeat until I untie #3.

    We'll see.

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  4. Haha no it's cute!

    xo Jennifer

    http://seekingstyleblog.wordpress.com

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  5. I took a million shirts and knotted them or tucked them or belted them over 1 great gap dress. And people always commented like they has never seen it before. That was until my dress got too short because my belly got too big. One strong wind and I stopped wearing that puppy around 36-37 weeks. Enjoy the stage you're in, dressing the bump is so fun then :) cute outfit! I love it

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  6. The layout looks great - love the new header.

    Also, love this outfit. Your hair looks fantastic (and so long!)!

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  7. Ooh I really like the changes. :/ I'm sorry you have to experience your third boob situation lol!! :/ Hope all is well.

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  8. You look so adorable pregnant! (love your hair by the way!)
    Natasha
    A Modest Fashion Blog:
    www.natashaatkerson.blogspot.com

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  9. That baby is looking so cute already, and fun clothing modifications . . . Great idea!

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  10. Oh my gosh, love it. Too cute.
    http://halielandry.blogspot.com/

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  11. Sexy mama!
    Your baby bump is so cute!

    Stay well :)

    Loves,
    Joanna

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  12. i dig it. cute way to restyle with what you're working with :) plus, who wouldn't want to have a third boob? ;)

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