Nothing fitting, but afraid to try maternity clothes? Looking to keep your style but be comfortable the next nine months? Or are you at the end of your pregnancy and hesitant to buy that dress you’ve been eyeing because you think you’ll only wear it once? Insert PinkBlush now! When it comes to designing styles, transition is always at the top of our list! We make styling your bump easy with fashionable and on trend looks that you can also wear after baby too.
One trend to definitely try this season is PLAID! With so many new ways to flaunt this bump flattering print, it’s easier than ever to feel comfy and stylish at the same time. Perfect for the holidays, wear plaid in a dress, tunic or accented in cute tops or sweaters. The options are endless!
The jolliest of seasons are upon us and who needs to worry about what to wear? Not you, here are tips to keep your style shining bright throughout the holidays!
Style Tip #1: Sequins Baby
Whether it’s a full on gown, accented on your sleeves or just about anywhere, this is one festive trend we wait all year to wear!
A few weeks ago I had an amazing opportunity to collaborate with Philly Baby Bump and Pink Blush Maternity! My number one advice for maternity photos is to find what makes you feel confident and incorporate it into your shoot. For me, it is having beautiful yet comfy clothes, playing with makeup and choosing a fun photographer.
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Hi friends! This is Sandy over at the family fashion and lifestyle blog, Sandy a la Mode! Ever since I was pregnant with my first baby, Pink Blush was one of my go to places for pretty clothes that would flatter my bump! I honestly didn’t know a thing about maternity fashion, but they definitely helped me along the way. After I had my first baby, Pink Blush released their Women’s line and I fell in love all over again!
1.) To do a chic yet simple messy bun, you want to start by gathering your hair into a high pony tail and securing it with a hair tie.
2.) Next, grab your hair and wrap it loosely around the base of the pony tail, bobby pinning it as you go. Once your hair is wrapped all the way around, ensure it’s secure with a few more bobby pins (if needed), and then begin tugging on the outside of the bun to make it look even more messy.Read More