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Aren’t You PLAID It’s The Holidays?

 
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!
 
Grab your favorite plaid pieces now at ShopPinkBlush.com for a festive ready look.

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Guest Blogger: JustBrit

Photo credit: Brit Jessop @justbritblog from justbrit.com

I am absolutely in love with this robe! I love the contemporary black and white stripes and the feminine touch of lace.

I am a robe girl and lately I’ve been looking at delivery robes for my upcoming due date to help me feel a little more put together with hospital visitors and to have better access for nursing! Turns out I found a robe that works as a delivery, nursing and maternity robe. So that means I can wear it right off the back while waiting!

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Guest Blogger: Sandy a la Mode

 

Photo credit: Sandy Chang @sandyalamode from sandyalamode.com

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! And I was pretty excited to be able to wear their non-maternity clothing post-baby. Seriously though, if I could just have all of their maxi dresses in my closet, I would be SO happy! Every time I look at their site, I find something new that I love and HAVE to have. 

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FALL HAIR TRENDS with Guest Blogger Lainey Pemberton

Photo credit: Lainey Pemberton  from @laineymariebeauty

Messy Bun:

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.

3.) Pull on your hair at the top of your hair to loosen it up a bit and now you’ve got the, “I tried but didn’t try” messy bun look!

 

 

Dutch Braid Pigtails:

1.) To begin your dutch braid pigtails you want to part your hair down the middle or to the side.

2.) Take a chunk of hair near the top of your head and divide it into three equal sections.

3.) Take one of the outside strands and cross it under the middle strand. Take the other outstand strand and cross it under the middle strand.

4.) Now, start incorporating hair into each of the outside strands by adding in a small section of hair to those strands, continuing to cross them under the middle strand. Make sure to include all of your hair by the time you get to the base of your head.

5.) Once you’re at the base of your hair then do a normal 3 strand braid and tie if off with a clear elastic.

Repeat these exact steps on the other side and then pull apart the braid and you’re done!

 

 

French Braid Side Braid:

1.) For a side French braid you want to begin by parting your hair to the side.

2.) Next, take about a two-inch chunk of hair from the top of your head and begin a french braid.

3.) To start a french braid, section this portion of hair into three even strands.  Now, start a normal braid; take the right strand and cross it over the middle strand. Next, take the left strand and cross it over the middle strand.

4.) Now begin adding hair with each crossover. To do this, gather a small section of hair from the hairline, add it to the rightmost strand, and then cross it over the middle strand. Repeat on the other side by gathering a small section of hair and adding it to the leftmost strand, and then crossing it over the middle strand

5.)Repeat these steps until you’re to the base of your head. Be sure to incorporate all of your hair before you reach the base of your head. Once you’ve added in all of your hair, finish the braid off into a regular 3 strand braid and tie it off with a clear elastic.

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#MOMLIFE

 

We’re obsessed with dressing up your bump in tees that show off how much you already love your little! One of the must try trends of the season, graphic tees let you style your bump with fun sayings that are cute and playful. Easily paired with your favorite maternity jeans, bottoms or leggings, add this to your wardrobe rotation for a comfortable and causal look that’s sure to be on constant repeat this fall.

 

 

Shop more of our maternity styles and all our graphic tees now at ShopPinkBlush.com.

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Active Wear That Makes Your Workout Anything But Dull!

These 5 styles will be on constant rotation when staying fit during your pregnancy.  Shop our top active maternity looks that will keep up with your routine and style.

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Up Your Maternity Style For Fall

Show off that glow mama, here’s 10 style tips to owning your maternity style this season!

1. Pencil Skirts: Accentuate your bump in a mid-length skirt and take this look from the work place to a night out with bae. This style can be worn with tights on cooler days or without to show off a bit of skin.

2. Button Ups: A fall staple, style according to trimester. Rolled up sleeves and worn oversized during your first trimester when you have not quite begun to show or worn unbuttoned and over a basic tee during your second and third trimester to show off that gorgeous bump. The style possibilities are endless.

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Work It Mama!

Transitional Maternity/Nursing Looks For the Working Mother!

Maternity leave has come and gone, and while you may not be at your ideal pre-baby self, these styles will help you transition back to working mom mode while providing coverage, comfort and all the chicness a new mother needs when returning to the professional world.

Our Black Wrap V-Neckline ¾ Sleeve Maternity/Nursing Dress is perfect for transitioning back to work. The v-neckline makes nursing after pregnancy easy, and a wrap detail with cinching under the bust will beautifully highlight your new mom silhouette. Style this maternity/nursing dress with your favorite work heels and statement necklace for a feminine, professional chic look.

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Date Night Maternity Style

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Guest Blogger: Nikki Cagle @CreationsalaNikki from her blog creatingthesilverlining.

When I first got pregnant, I was determined not to become….matronly. I refused to succumb to maternity style, wouldn’t step foot in a Motherhood store, and absolutely would not be caught dead in a jean shirt with a tie above the belly, or ::shudders:: a belly band.

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Not Your Mom’s Maternity Clothes!

For most, the word maternity could be less than appealing. We’re stuck in a world where maternity clothes were made with ruched sides and A-Line (mumu) silhouettes. Well, it’s safe to say the maternity clothes your mother wore are nothing like maternity wear for the modern & chic mother these days! I have friends that swear they would never wear maternity clothes, but then third trimester comes knocking on their closet door! Knock, Knock!! What’s an expecting mother to do? Why spend money on clothes you’ll only wear once? I don’t want to lose my style with frumpy and boring styles!  Not to worry, we’re here to de-myth misconceptions about maternity clothes!

Not only does PinkBlush design specifically with the expecting mother in mind but the functionality and convenience of our styles allow you to transition from pregnancy to motherhood without skipping a beat or breaking the bank! Recently I asked my girlfriend who is expecting her second child why she didn’t wear maternity clothes, her answer, “Maternity clothes can be expensive and they only last during pregnancy.” So here’s your Ah-Ha moment, one word, MAXIS! I’ve found that maxis can be your all-in-one, go-to for pregnancy. Not only can you wear them for maternity photos and baby showers, but once baby arrives they will keep you feeling gorgeous and provide convenience to nurse in! Bam!

Maternity clothing that you won’t just wear once but even after baby!

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Welcome to the Millennium where MOM is the new Black! Maternity clothing has taken the fashion scene by storm. From modern & chic designs to fabulous prints & bold colors, staying on trend is easier than ever now for moms. No longer are the days of a boring closet, take pride and strut that bump in midi dresses, boho maxis & even ditch those uncomfortable hospital gowns for a chic hospital robe. Oh the potential of a fashionable maternity style for any budget, say so long to your mother’s stereotypical maternity style and hello to your new Ah-mazing wardrobe!

 

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