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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Silver Grey

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Well hello there!

Almost 31 weeks pregnant and it still doesn’t hit me that baby boy will be here so soon.  I am getting used to him being inside my belly.  However I am so excited to see him and so curious to see what he will look like in person.

As you probably noticed, I did something with my hurrr.  I really wanted a change, something different.  I haven’t dye my hair in over 6 years and I wanted to add some color to it.  I don’t know much about hair color or techniques, thank God from my friend Anna from West Coast Hair Design!  Such a great job in this balayage technique (I still don’t know how to say that word haha).  I’m gonna look like a beautiful momma thanks to her.

Ok, so let’s talk about the most comfy dress, especially when your pregnant.  This dress has been a hit within my friends, they all wanted as well.  I love grey and soft fabric and simple designs, and that’s exactly what this SheInside dress is all about. So easy wearing (and with this heat!)  I just saw there’s a black color of it and I think I need it…

Currently enjoying the rain while sitting at home watching Netflix and working on some new projects for my life.  Stay tuned!

Love,

Natalia

 

wearing:

dress- SheInside c/o

bag- Marloe c/o

shoes- Forever 21

necklace- Forever 21

 

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