Our friends at Seraphine have done it again with a Maternity Trench Coat. A timeless piece such as this one is a must-have addition in every prego closet.
Oh, how we love Fall (c'mon, we know we're not the only ones)! The layers and layers (literally, if you live in our fare City) of fashion possibilities are endless.
This week, we decided to work on sprucing up neutrals—since we so often hear, from customer-after-customer, that she "can't" wear beiges and such because those hues "wash [her] out." Foo-ey! We say, "ACCESSORIZE!" That's right, the key to your a knock-out neutral look is to accessorize with bold, bright colors.
We've put together a simple look to demonstrate. Here it is undressed:
When our stylists are working with a client in our store, you will typically hear us talk about "balance." Many women (pregnant and non) ignore the laws of balance when they put their ensembles together, which almost always results in a frumpy or disheveled look. Achieving some balance in your daily dress is simple: when you select a piece that is heavy or bulky on top (e.g., a giant, comfy sweater, a tunic, or a layered jacket and shirt), select something slim on bottom (e.g., fashion tights, a legging, slim skirt, or a skinny or slim-fit trouser), and vice versa. The trick is achieving balance, while playing to your body type or best assets.
This week, we've put together a look that's flattering on many different body types and that is easily adaptable to others. Here's the look undressed:
Fashion Week 2012 ended yesterday, but we're keeping it going with this "Ready for the Runway" weekend look! We challenge you to find a more comfortable, yet equally fabulous, maternity outfit, but here's the thing: you won't. We admit that this isn't for the squeamish, but for the pregnant mama who's sexy and she knows it! Here's the look undressed:
Welcome back to Frump-Free Friday, mamas; we missed you last week! We find that far too many moms-to-be are afraid to experiment with color. So we began with a "safe" black & white dress as our canvas, then pulled out our crayon box and got to work. Here's the look undressed:
A boheme bump is a chic bump! We put together an easy-breezy bohemian look that is versatile and transitions well (both from season-to-season and from maternity to postpartum). Here's the look undressed:
Here's an ultra simple look that, just like Mother Nature, is toeing the line between summer and fall. We paired a pumpkin hued V-neck modal tee ($38, also available in Black) with a playful under-the-belly skinny jean ($106). Easy, right? Now for the fun part!
Ready or not, the winds are changing (at least here in Chi-Town). Here's a summer-fall collab idea for work or play that will help you transition.
Kick back and have fun this weekend, because we've already thought through your "Sunday Best" outfit.
There are a million reasons to love maxi dresses, but when you’re preggers, add 1) hides spider veins and 2) hides “canckles” to the list and you’re up to … at least fifteen million reasons (I know, math has never been my strong suit, so just indulge me)! We’ve been following Vanessa Lachey’s maternity style and not only does she love maxis as much as we do, but she wears them well. Check out how Mrs. Lachey maxi-mizes her summer wardrobe for all occasions.