Pregnancy Style @ 32 Weeks: Bermudas

 
 
Blouse: c/o Go Jane; Shorts: Gap; Earrings: from Brasil; Shoes: F21
(Also, is it just me, or do I look huge in these pictures?)

It’s strange to me when people think wearing a skirt or dress (especially cotton ones) is dressing up, since I pretty much live in them in the summertime.  I just think they are generally SO much more comfortable than pants or shorts when it’s warm.  Being pregnant just magnifies this feeling – it’s infinitely easier to fit dresses/skirts with a big belly.  So whenever I see pregnant women wearing pants or shorts, I wonder how they can possibly still fit into them.  And then I remember that other people are less cheap/lazy than I am and actually purchase maternity clothing.  Right.

In any case, yesterday I decided to go with my favorite shorts (I mean, they’re seersucker) using the time-tested hair elastic + long tee trick and remembered that shorts aren’t so bad, after all.

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3 Responses

  • My fav little bird blouse! I just think that collared style is so sweet…and it dresses up your bermudas 🙂

    <3 Cambria
    jupefashion.blogspot.com

  • I live in skirts and dresses, too, especially here in the Netherlands where shorts are less common (more hiking wear) unless you're wearing the really dressy ones–or the really short ones, which I don't because I don't have the legs of a skinny fourteen year old and I don't think I need to share so much thigh with other people.

    I also have a lot to learn about being pregnant, as I had to google the hair elastic trick. Good thing I'm not pregnant yet. By the time I get there, I'll know every trick in the book.

  • Aw these look so cute on you! I know what you mean about people thinking Cotton dresses are dress, when I wear my maxi I get asked "whats the occasion" and I am like "There is none I threw a piece of cotton my my body and called it a day!" Also I agree with you about being pregnant, while I never have been. I have said to many people I would hate being pregnant during the summer because I am miserable with the heat to begin with, and many say what you say, its actually easier because you can just throw a maxi/summer dress on and call it a day. In the fall/winter you have to wear layers which makes it more uncomfortable!

    Sara
    http://seventwentysomethings.blogspot.com

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