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Throwback thursday

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by Emma Elwin on 4 February, 2016

Let us look back in time

Since I have been wearing my pyjamas for the past week I don’t have no fancy outfit pictures to share with you from fashion week. Instead let us look back at the fashion week before this one! I got to rent a look from Filippa K. This skirt is still on my wish lite for the spring, but with this belly I think I would have to wait quite sometime until I could actually use it. In fact most of the things I have hanging in my wardrobe does not fit at the moment. Since I don’t want to buy any new clothes I am just going to steal my boyfriends jeans and where tights until it’s warm enough to wear dresses. Do you have any good dressing advices for a mom to be?


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Suky: I always wore my boyfriend´s shirts knotted under my belly. I tried not to buy new stuff but ended up with maternity jeans from H&M which I wore happily all the time - also after birth, bec it will be some time till you will be fitting back into your old clothes :): I breastfed (and am still BFing after 2 years, it just happened!), so that helped with the weight (but I was pretty relaxed about that).I bought a jacket extension here http://blog.kumja.de/kumja_jacket_extender/ so I could still wear my winter coat. And its also great to carry your baby under it with an Ergo for example. Apart from that- boyfriends sweaters, maternity tights from H&M and boots.And wrap dresses with tights!
February 4, 2016

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