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Outfit deets: Top PinkBlush c/o | Leggings PinkBlush c/o | Booties Sam Edelman | Sweater Element | Bag Kate Spade

How is it mid January already!? I feel like we just hit 2016 and now I’m thinking of all the fun events coming in the next few months. Bridal showers, weddings, my baby shower, and this baby’s birth! I am bracing myself for it to fly by way too quickly.

Lately, I’m all about keeping my sense of style and staying comfortable during my pregnancy. I think the worst thing to do for myself would be to treat my pregnant self like looks no longer matter. I mean that in a completely non-shallow way. Ha! When you get pregnant, your body starts changing, belly is growing, your skin isn’t feeling so beautiful, and you are just plain tired. Sometimes all you want (and rightfully need) to do is to stay in sweatpants with no makeup on all day. Basically throw looks aside and give it no effort! Trust me I do this on a regular basis. BUT I think it is SO important (at least for me) to continue to make myself feel like myself by keeping my style habits up, feeling pretty, and flaunting that growing baby bump. PinkBlush Maternity has been a dream thus far! Maternity can be a lot more difficult, you can’t just go buy a regular pair of skinny jeans, you need that belly band! Tops are easier, but still tricky. Pink Blush has such cute, affordable styles that totally mesh with my pre-preggo look. I’m all about that bump, bout’ that bump, no trouble. ;) Yes, I definitely just said that. No shame in a little Meg Trainor. P.S. You’re gonna wanna click that link. XO thank me later.