When you are so pale you blend in. #vampireproblems
I am starting to transition back into my old clothes. It feels good, but things are still a tad tight on the upper leg area. But, since I was recently told I could work out again, I plan on getting back into shape. The thought of wearing some of my old clothes seemed more off the rails than the reality. Sure I can fit into more and more,as long as there is elastic. But, there was a problem that i had to think about a bit more. Nursing, clothes that I could get away with nursing or pumping in.
This outfit is on the verge of being a bit too baggy. I feel disproportionate right now but, that will change.This outfit was one that I wanted to be ultra simple on. Simple is really all I can get done lately with my personal life being so chaotic that blogging has taken a back seat. This outfit although not the most ideal for nursing is really comfortable and very spring appropriate. Yes, monochrome, but the blush loafers and the Stradivarius bag took the outfit from being all one tone to a bit more put together.
I’m really happy with this over all and the cami is one that I wanted to wear so badly again when I was pregnant. The thing is when nursing you have to wear sometimes certain clothes that allow for it or be sure to find somewhere to pump in peace with a nursing cover. WHICH I FREAKING LOST! Anyway, for those of you who are not nursing this outfit will work out wonders and it hides a food baby really well! This cami will be on repeat a lot, and comes in pink!
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