FYI: I prepared this blog post before our baby girl arrived so there would still be fresh content on the blog while I am taking a break from blogging. That’s why you’ll still see me pregnant or referencing my pregnancy in some upcoming blog posts!
although it is very unknown if we are able to celebrate Easter with any other than the people you are in the same household with during this pandemic, nevertheless I put together a Easter dress lookbook for all of you who still want to dress up for the holiday.
I am a huge fan of midi and maxi dresses. I think there isn´t anything more feminine than a flowy dress for warmer weather festivites and they always fit no matter what you do. Super easy to dress up and of course also dress down. This way you can get a lot of use out of every single dress you own.
In this post I styled four different dresses in colors and prints and although they seem to be similar (two are exactly the same in fact) all are styled with other accessories than the one before. I always depends on where you life and what weather you have but adding a jacket and a pair of closed heels can make all the difference some time. I decided to imagine the weather will be nice and warm like it has been last week so I went with sandals, mules and espadrilles.
there is not much news to our current situation so as I already explained I am going to share business as usual.
I love to wear white throughout the whole year but it has the most airy feeling in spring time. The temperatures rise, the sun is out and overall white feels so much more appropriate in spring time. I got this super cute white dress back in winter and could not wait to finally wear it. It is a midi dress with slits on both sides and a mock neck, which I personally prefer over a lot of other necklines.
To break it up a little and create some interest I went with a cognac brown colored belt for my waitstline (not that there was much left with the size of my ever growing bump) and a gingham blazer. Gingham is a great year round pattern. It looks very sophisticated in Fall and Winter and oh so chic over Spring dresses for the warmer weather.
My blazer jacket is from H&M and I wish I got the matching skirt too but I already had a bump and guessing the size to fit into in a months would have just been crazy.
The navy blue of the Lauren by Ralph Lauren bag totally fits the color in the blazer jacket and the golden platform sneakers add a nice and casual touch to the whole look.
Definitely a great Spring style to wear over and over again with different or the same pieces but belive me when I say you can never go wrong with a dress and blazer combo no matter the season.
I wanted to post my #reallife fashion round-up yesterday but I wasn´t feeling my best with all the uncertainty everywhere and not knowing when our baby will finally arrive and how it will look in the hospitals and everywhere else so I skipped yesterday and am posting today instead.
I have summarized two weeks of looks into this post because with all the staying inside and only going out for my doctors appointments I am not dressing up on a daily basis.
I am still very pregnant over here and can´t wait until the baby finally arrives. I have become very anxious the last few days cause the hospital only allows one visitor for an hour a day and I really don´t want to be alone all day every day. Also some of the staff got infected and is quarantined and I am super afraid the hospital is closing down too like everything else around here.
My go-to combination usually isn´t a pair of sneakers with a dress but it has become a huge trend and I thought I should try it too. Also most of my shoes do not fit me at the moment so sneakers or espadrilles (depends on the weather) it is. In fact I thought the combo looked really cute and it was super comfortable too.
Dresses are still my most favorite piece to wear during pregnancy, especially ribbed dresses cause they stretch great in every way and fit the bump like a glove. The dress I am wearing above is from Asos and I also got it in a gorgeous burgundy shade and enjoyed to wear it a lot.