When I hit the third trimester, I tired to avoid sweats when I was out and about (as tempting as it was) and I wore a lot of dresses. I bought a few dresses that covered everything and then some and I lived in them. My other best piece of advice — notice the tie at the top of my stomach in the grey dress above? It’s always more flattering to buy something like this that makes it appear as though you have some sort of shape left. I found that fitted clothes were a lot more flattering than buying huge clothes that covered everything. Clothes like that just make you look even bigger. Look for clothes that pull in fitted above your belly.
All of these were from the Gap. My girls have a lot to wear already (too much really) so I just picked up some cute, casual tops. Purple seems to be the color for Fall! My girls love leggings and they love being comfortable so the above items seemed like a good way to go. Plus all of the tops were cheaper if you bought two of the same style and since I’m always buying two of everything I love deals like that!
I couldn’t decide which of these two cute headbands to get to go with their new purple tops so I just bought one of each and they can share. Aren’t they fun!?
New shoes are a must. They have to be closed toed (a school rule) and comfortable for all of that playground action! Addison is still working on the shoe tying so we opted for velcro for her. Every minute counts in the morning when we are rushing to get out the door!
I also found these darling flats for Ellie at Children’s Place. So cute for skirt days! I was really bummed they didn’t have Addie’s size. Also bummed they didn’t have my size. :)