This past week, I was reflecting on my last two pregnancies and how they compared to this third one - fashionably speaking, that is! I was looking through old photos and Facebook pictures (isn't it crazy how the internet documents our lives these days?!) and I literally think I wore jeans every single day during pregnancies one and two. But, this third time around, I've been sporting a variety of fashionable looks, which has been fun and exciting for me to share with you all!
As you saw from my post a few weeks back, long dresses have been a favorite of mine this pregnancy, especially during the third trimester. They're comfortable, flattering, and oversized looks are chic as ever this season, which is great for growing mamas like myself. That being said, I decided to test out a tight long dress look and see how I felt in it, albeit 37 weeks pregnant.
The focal point of this outfit is the super comfy, tight tea-length grey dress from Storq, a maternity brand whose whole collection I love! The fabric is softer than anything else I own. I even joked with my husband, Noam, that this dress feels better than being naked! Bottom line, it just can't be beat.
For a full day outside, between running errands and having meetings, I decided to pair this great piece with an oversized denim shirt (worn very 90's style around my waist, until later on in the day when I used it as a jacket!), my metallic Illesteva shades, and a Loeffler Randall bag and shoes.
Speaking of Loeffler Randall... this might just be my favorite new brand! I went to a sample sale in SoHo a month ago and purchased five (yes, five!!) pairs of shoes. I've never bought that many kicks at one time, I'll tell you that much! The shoes in this look are flatform espadrilles that give me height and elongate my legs, while still being super comfy (flatforms imply no real heel, arch-wise) and trendy. The bag, a brown/grey combination Loeffler Randall crossbody, matches my shoes perfectly and completes the look.
If I could wear this outfit every single day until I give birth, I would! It really is that soft and comfortable!
I've put together my favorite stretchy dresses, so take a look!
shoe: Loeffler Randall ;dress: Storq ; bag: Loeffler Randall ; shades: Illesteva