FLORIDA FALL WITH PINK BLUSH MATERNITY

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last week, i was hit with a massive “nesting” attack that wreaked havoc on my entire wardrobe (and ale’s).  we both had many articles of clothing that went untouched for months at a time and the thought of them hanging in our closet, taking up space made me incredibly claustrophobic. also, being pregnant has made it very tough to fit into my “normal” clothes, and anytime i would try to wiggle my way into them, i would become frustrated and have a hard time accepting what was happening to my body. my body is changing faster than it did with my first pregnancy leaving me with about 20 pieces of clothing that i feel comfortable wearing. during my “nesting” attack, i packed away everything other than those pieces and now wear them interchangeably.

needless to say, it was liberating but it left me with the need to add a few staple pieces to my maternity wardrobe… that’s where pink blush maternity came into the picture.  pink blush maternity is a family owned company that helps women celebrate their changing bodies, by providing stylish and comfortable clothing during the 40 weeks of pregnancy and beyond.  pink blush maternity has offered to send me a few articles of clothing to help make this transition a bit easier.

 

with fall approaching, i thought that a great florida outfit would include these crochet jean shorts (because it’s still REALLY hot in florida) and a lose open cardigan with a fun print that i can throw on while indoors. they also sent this super comfortable white camisole which i plan on wearing every other day!

pink blush maternity stylei loved the versatility that they offer with their clothing.  a lot of them can be worn after the baby’s born and i think this tribal print cardigan would be perfect for the breezy evenings we see in february.

pink blush maternity stylepink blush maternity stylepink blush maternity stylepink blush maternity stylepink blush maternity stylei’ve been looking for a pair of crochet shorts for a while but anytime i’d try them on at the store, they’d fit way too short for a woman my age (let alone a pregnant woman).

pink blush maternity stylepink blush maternity stylepink blush maternity styleit’s important for me to feel as comfortable as possible throughout this pregnancy and if that means packing away all of my clothes, then so be it.  i’m thankful for companies like pink blush maternity and for transitional pieces of clothing that allow me and my babe to embrace my growing body.

p.s:  the winners for last week’s stuck on you drawing are MARIANA LAVILLA, JOCY CRUZ, MARY SMITH AND SARAH SEPULVEDA! I’ll be contacting you ladies sometime today with all the details.  thanks to everyone who participated. 

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