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I tried to be better about pictures this week. Really, I did. But honestly, I spent a LOT of time in the car, bumming around, or sweating profusely outdoors. But here’s what I do have …
I just wore this around my parents’ and to run some errands with my dad. Wanted to test drive this shirt before I wore it in Chattanooga, I guess. I’m still a little unsure about it. To put it all out there, it makes me feel like I am all chest. Which I kind of am when I’m nursing, but I don’t especially want to feel that way.
Also, I’ve been wearing these jeans since two days after I had Joshua, and I see it’s really obvious they have a fade-crease from where they were packed away with my non-maternity clothes. Ugh. They are my favorite jeans though, and really cheap, so I guess I need to go buy another pair.
I just wore this around the house and to go get a pedicure. No, I don’t usually let my bra straps peek out and I tried to keep this adjusted so they weren’t. Oops.
This dress felt great on! And it should at $120. 😉 That’s why Gwynnie Bee is so fun! It’s really a gorgeous dress and I’m going to keep it long enough to wear to church on Sunday, too.
I wore this out for date night with my husband. I wish I had worn heels, but I didn’t have any with me. And really, I rarely wear them at all because my back is so bad (bulging disc). In this case I may sacrifice fashion for not having to stay in bed for days. Worth it, yes?
(All that to say, I really liked the dress but most dresses are a tad long for me without heels, given that I’m 5’3″.)
Thoughts: Would you pay $120 for a dress? What do you think about the polka dot shirt?