Chase's H&M shirt, $15 (similar for women); long cami, $5; maternity pants via online Asian boutique, $15 (similar [regular]); We Love Colors socks; Franco Sarto wedge booties, $32 (similar)
I figured I could be creative and just use what I had like I usually did on the blog. What I didn't realize is that getting dressed every morning would be SO DANG HARD:
- I'm about to lose the buttons on all of my button-up shirts because of these huge boobs.
- I don't have a lot of longer t-shirts so I run the risk of flashing my under-belly unless I knot it or tuck it in a skirt.
Shade Clothing has a maternity section and has free shipping and returns and they constantly have sales and yeah, I think that's it. But, seriously, you guys.. I love Shade Clothing. They have great basics for low prices and free shipping!! I got the baby tee below for $10 and two v-neck tees for $8 each in gray and white, which I LOVE. Definitely wearing them after the baby comes. The baby tee is questionable. I desperately needed an undertee for my see-through shirts.
Other than those purchases, I think I've been doing pretty well. I have gone to thrift stores more times than usual to see if I can find elastic and/or stretchy skirts and pants to replace all the jeans I put away in storage...and I have! I'll show you guys in upcoming outfit posts.
Also, if you need non-maternity-clothes outfit ideas, you should check out lace, etc. This girl worked her whole pregnancy with no maternity clothes!! Talk about ingenious.
Anyone else gone a whole pregnancy without buying maternity-anything??