Now that NYFW has come to a close I wanted to show you how I styled the bump during this fun and chaotic time of year. I’m 31 weeks pregnant and I’m still rocking my heels just like I did with LS. I absolutely love wearing heels during pregnancy because I think it accentuates the bump and creates a long leg appearance. Of course, I don’t recommend wearing them for 8 hours out of your day but If you can find a comfortable pair, Why not pull them off? Let’s jump straight into the outfits and don’t forget to check out the video below.
I unleashed my inner rockstar for Monday’s look by pairing a vintage inspired T-shirt Dress and layering it with a printed scarf accented with chains and stars. I’m absolutely obsessed with this scarf by the way, it can instantly transform any outfit or plain tee. I finished the look with OTK boots and a shearling jacket.
I covered up in a M Missioni fall 2017 striped jacket with black and white detail. I layered it with a Rag & Bone Sleeveless turtleneck underneath and OTK boots. I also accessorized with a SS17 zebra Furla bag that went well with the black and white accents in the jacket.
Let’s jump into Wednesday with a gingham print dress that fit my bump with a tie around waist belt. I kept it loose so it wasn’t to restricting around the bump. I found an amazing color block vest with cracked leather from Coach that I had to purchase! I was also inspired to purchase it because a portion of the proceeds went to Step Up, a charity empowering high school girls from under-resourced communities to fulfill their greatest potential. It’s definitely worth checking out.
Thursday’s look was one of my favorites! I went with a shift dress from M Missoni that fit my bump perfectly. I layered the look with a feminine lace top from Topshop and a reversible vest from coach. The pink hues played off of each other well making this outfit chic yet comfortable.
Keeping it cool and chic in M Missoni dress, paired with a playful pink button down from Coach. Pairing the look with a metallic jacket from Zara brought the look out since the color was predominantly black.