You were likely along for the ride this time last year as I ushered in the first cooler days in chic maternity clothes from PinkBlush. My favorite maternity maxi dress, in fact, from PinkBlush Maternity, is still hanging in my closet because the flow is so perfect, I can wear it now. (And it’s easy to nurse in, to boot!) I miss all my cute maternity dresses and jeans from PinkBlush, and hopefully in a few more seasons I’ll be able to put them to use again. But this year, with no bump in tow and a still-nursing baby girl who tugs at my every hemline, I decided to dip into the latest fall finds from this trusted brand.
The past week or so, we’ve had a few cooler-temp days that have served as an absolutely lovely precursor to true fall. And while this mama is in no hurry to bundle up, I am enjoying the latest PinkBlush duds that let me get out of the house feeling cute and stylish while still being comfortable enough to hang with my baby.
My current favorite is this bold wrap dress that can totally double as a maternity maxi dress next time I’m pregnant. It’s made of an ultra-flattering stretchy material that hugs the curves without feeling too tight or uncomfortable. I wore it on my birthday for some shopping with my mini and our sweet new friends, and again this weekend to stroll around Jersey City on a Sunday morning Starbs run. I love having easy basics to throw on and still feel fabulous in.
Sweaters are my favorite, and I absolutely adored my Pink Blush maternity options this time last year. (Remember this super-cute pink and cream color-blocked option?) This year, I am diving into fall with a super-soft black-and-white Aztec sweater that I literally plan to wear at least once a week. Today, I have it paired with skinny boyfriends and some comfy yet chic lace sneakers. This is an easy weekend look for all, and for those stay-at-homers like myself, it makes a smash on Monday morning, too.
My other big score from PinkBlush for fall is this extra-comfy striped knit dress. I love how roomy and cozy it is; making you look “dressed” with minimal effort. That’s definitely a win for moms everywhere! It’s seasonal for late September with bare legs and booties, but will look just as adorable with black tights and flats in a few short weeks when the air is properly crisp.
Nursing mamas like me still want to look and feel their best, which is why I love these easy-access, stretchy and comfy finds from PinkBlush. The transition from maternity clothes to postpartum fashion can be tough, but I’ve loved having PinkBlush fashion along for the journey. Scope out the entire collection of fall finds for maternity clothes and beyond at PinkBlush.com.