Stripes and Jean

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So it’s funny how we all prego ladies are always somehow holding our belly, especially in pictures.  I mean, for the longest time I had to do this so people realized there is a baby bump there.  My belly really wasn’t that big until now and you’ll rarely see me in tight-fitting clothes.  So far I haven’t been in the need of buy maternity clothes thank goodness because I really do not like them.  I’ve been wearing long dresses like this one from Sheinside, so comfortable for a baby bump! Love styling all my dresses with my jean jacket, even though it is still hot…

Also, I thought I would take some pictures around my house.  I love my home and I feel I don’t take enough pictures.  I guess because I feel it’s not done yet.  My home decor addiction, I know!  Yes, I have cactuses all around!

Love,

Natalia

 

wearing:

dress- Shein c/o

jacket- Gap

shoes- Swedish Hasbeen

 

 

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Black and White

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Let me tell you a little secret… So many think I have some cute maternity clothes, but I really don’t have any maternity clothes, other than pants. I mean, I tried doing the hair tie trick on your normal pants, but it can last so long until is kinda uncomfortable.  But the rest of my clothes are just normal clothes.  I have fitted into most of my dresses and tops because I already wore oversized type clothes.  I really hate form fitting clothes.  The clothes I have bought after getting pregnant I just bough a size bigger than my usual size. Like this SheInside Off Shoulder top, which I LOVE!  I know I will still use all my newer clothes after baby is born because I love bigger clothes on me already and I know I will need some room on top for the months after baby is born.  So yeah, you really don’t need to buy overpriced maternity clothes just because you are pregnant.  I mean, I am 32 weeks pregnant and I haven’t had any problems with needing maternity tops or dresses.  Let’s see when I am 38 weeks! I will share with you if anything changes.

Love,

Natalia

 

wearing:

top- SheInside c/o

bag- Marloe c/o

 

 

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White

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I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I am a sucker for white clothing.  White/creamy lacy pieces of clothing is the first thing that catches my attention when shopping (and denim, always denim).  The details of this SheInside dress are so perfect! I’m not those kind of girls that stop wearing white at some point of the year, especially living in Florida.  I know it has been kind of chilly a few days out of the week lately.  Us Floridians really don’t know how to dress for the season, mainly because we don’t know what’s out there until with step out of the door.  Nopeee… coming back inside and just wearing jeans, some kind of sweater and a coat I won’t take off because its “too cold”.  Let’s celebrate spring coming and nice cool weather to enjoy!

 

Love,

Natalia

 

wearing

dress- c/o SheInside

bag- Asos

boots- Dune (similar)

hat- Asos

Photos by Stefanie Keeler

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