Hi, friends! Y’all already know that I only share with you clothing and brands that I truly believe in and use. I truly love that we have developed a very authentic community here in this little space. So, when I have the privilege of working with brands over a long period of time, it makes me so excited to share with you all! And that my sweet friends is what is happening here today!
When I was pregnant with Abby I really tried to hone in on clothing that was flattering, well-made, and would last me beyond pregnancy. There really aren’t a lot of brands out there doing that, so it wasn’t easy. One of the brands I was introduced to though was PinkBlush. I love that PinkBlush thinks of their clothing as a lifestyle and not just a brand because that’s exactly what it is – a lifestyle. Their clothing is trendy, well-made, and super affordable. Most importantly though, it’s made in such a way that it can be worn during and after pregnancy!
I just remember cringing at the though of buying a pregnancy top for X amount of money knowing I’d only be wearing it for a couple of months. Money down the drain. I also hated buying clothes for those couple of months after baby when you’re too small for maternity but too big for normal clothes. It’s such an awkward stage and honestly, I didn’t see the point of buying clothes then.
With a brand like PinkBlush though, they make it easy. Their clothes can truly be worn (and look good) before, during, and after baby. So, you’re spending money on clothes that will last you years as opposed to months.
Today I picked three items from their women’s section – not maternity, to style for you. I went with options that look flattering on your “back-to-normal” body, but would also work if you were expecting. I love this pink scallop dress and think it’s a perfect option for Easter. It’s breezy, feminine, and fun!
The second look I styled is a comfortable sweatshirt because let’s be honest, we all change into our comfies the second we walk through our door. I love that it says “mom hustle” too, but isn’t that what moms do – hustle every dang second? Haha.
The third look I styled was their stripe dress. It comes in several colors and is a fabulous option for a casual summer look. It’s uber comfy and can be worn as a maxi dress, or knotted for a little character. It’s a great knock around dress and one I’ll be wearing all summer long!
I also wanted you to see how their clothes look on a woman who is pregnant, too. So, if you scroll down you can see how some other bloggers are styling their PinkBlush maternity clothing!
photography: fort lion studio
Emily of Darling, Dearest
Katie of Sugar Spice and Sparkle
Jenna of Boston Chic Party
Lexi of glitter, inc.
Dina of Modnitsa Styling
This post was created in collaboration with PinkBlush. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting those brands that support Fleurdille.