Clockwise from top left:
H&M tunic with tassels, bright lip and hoop earrings – over maternity jeans.
Zara rust coloured XL dress with ankle boots and chunky necklace.
Maternity tank with cutoff denim button up and gunmetal necklace, quirky bracelet found at a market and striped maxi skirt (Grey).
60s-inspired polkadot Zara dress with a vintage necklace from my mother, over black Nulu leggings with black ankle boots and a red lip, with topknot.
Coming to the end of 34 weeks! Keep your fingers crossed.
I went on a spree a while back and feel VERY happy that I did, since each item was selected in the hopes that it would fit now (then, several months back) and later (now, now).
One fave feature of Zara’s website is that you can search the sale section by size. Nothing was over $30 and every item can be tried on at home, returned in store – no questions asked, and you can source all the stock in one place (way better than going to several stores for hit-and-miss sizing).
Knowing a baby was in progress, I selected a few great, stretchy pieces. Thanks Zara!
What is your go-to online shopping destination? Why is it your favourite? Any sites that you have tried and now avoid? How did you get burned?
Put on a tent dress with a tiny sliver of a belt to join a friend for lunch at Queen Mother … and then for dinner with more friends, at Tabule. So maybe the dress is as much about food baby as baby-baby.
Dress: HM conscious collection from 2016
Why is it such a task to upload a few snaps from the UK trip? Maybe because I’m seven months pregnant. Yup. Probably that. But here is an OOTD with rose quartz necklace, beaded bracelets, rose tank, cuffed boyfriend jeans and a colourful HM dress worn unbuttoned as a layer.
Inspired my my stylish friend, Leah, this is a simple and versatile pairing. Stripes as the base layer. Animal print flats. To dress it up, add a sleeveless blazer. To keep it casual, a sleeveless denim layer or no layer at all. Bright jewellery and … voila.