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by Emma Elwin on 17 March, 2016

Rethink how I dress

I have to say that being pregnant has pushed me into completely rethink how I dress. Usually on a normal day I spend 1 minute figuring out what to wear in the morning. The past months I’ve felt like a teenager taking 2 hours trying to get ready for school. Everything is either to tight, short or small. So most of them I have now just put away in boxes. Hopeful they will fit again after the baby has come! One think I am really looking forward to is warmer weather so that I can walk around in long lose dresses and sandals.

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Blouse and jeans, second hand.


4 Comments

Denise: Use a rubber band from the button hole to the button in your normal jeans they will fit way longer.(u can google rubber band maternity trick) V-neck stretch shirts are really suitable for pregnant women ;) good luck with your pregnancy!
March 26, 2016

Anna: Tack för tips och snabbt svar :D!
March 19, 2016

Emma Elwin: Hej! Mina favoriter är dessa från Organic by John Patrick :)
March 18, 2016

Anna: Hej Emma! Skulle vara så tacksam om du kan tipsa om fina enkla t-shirts och vart man kan få tag i dem. Tycker det är supersvårt att hitta några som är både snygga och i bra material (helst organisk bomull). Kan du tipsa om dina favoriter?
March 18, 2016

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