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Bumps and Dots

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Dressing this bump has been interesting to say the least. I am officially losing count of all the pants I can no longer fit into and I’m going to finally give in and buy some maternity jeans or get creative. This post was actually shot a couple of weekends ago when I could still squeeze into my regular jeans as long as I was wearing a flowy top like this one from H&M.  Those jeans have now been tossed into my “see ya next spring pile”.

When did you start officially wearing maternity clothes? Let me know in the comments below!

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Top: H&M | Hat: Joe Fresh (similar) | Jeans: H&M | Flats: H&M | Purse: Forever 21 | Watch: c/o Daniel Wellington | Sunglasses: Kate Spade

Photography by: Lively Creative Co.

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    Liz M
    October 11, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    With my first I didn’t need maternity pants until about 22 weeks. This time around I started wearing them around 18 weeks. Its so tough to find cute maternity stuff that doesn’t cost a fortune in Windsor – especially since you only need it for a short time. I wish H&M carried mat stuff in store – your top is so cute!

    Good luck with your pregnancy!

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