Between pregnancy and a worldwide pandemic in 2020, let’s just say my personal style took a serious back seat to time at home last year. With very little on the calendar and no reason to change out of my maternity leggings, I found myself not putting much effort into the way I looked. Sure there were moments when I’d take the time to pull it together but I had a realization that is shifting my perspective for the year ahead.
A big part of my business is sharing my style with you. It’s why I originally stared my blog! It’s where I started my career post college and has always been a passion of mine. Over time, life got in the way, and my style shifted from corporate world to mom life. Over the past year I have realized how important maintaining my sense of personal style is for my mindset. Getting dressed shifts my perspective for the day, is something small that I do for myself and truly sets the tone for my day.
It’s been so long since I shared some of my recent favorite finds, so here are a few items I’m eyeing to give my wardrobe a little refresh!
Shop this post: No. 1 See By Chloé Cotton Mini Dress // No. 2 Tortoiseshell Sunglasses // No. 3 Rhinestone Padded Headband // No. 4 Red Tiered Top // No. 5 Leather High-Top Sneakers // No. 6 Doen Hardy Blouse // No. 7 Striped Crewneck // No. 8 Wicker Carryall Tote // No. 9 Rattan Flower Earrings // No. 10 Mixed Cable Cardigan // No. 11 Polka-Dot Midi Dress // No. 12 Isabel Marant Hat // No. 13 Margaux NY Mules // No. 14 Tiered Midi Skirt // No. 15 AGOLDE Riley High Rise Straight Crop Jeans
Something about pregnancy, which I feel guilty even addressing because I know how lucky I am to be able to carry my babies! I will never ever ever take that for granted and am forever grateful for my body for safely carrying my three precious boys. BUT, pregnancy can have a negative affect on your body image. I experienced this with Charlie, and it was something that I could talk myself out of with Jack and George, but it’s there. Between pregnancy and #2020, I missed getting dressed last year. I’m going to change that this year!