A dedicated pregnancy destination featuring the latest catwalk trends and designer looks from an 'expectant' and new-mum prospective. 'The expectant edit'. This is non-maternity, maternity style at it's best. Think Alexander Wang, Marni, Valentino, all your favourite designers, presented and modelled (so you know each look really does work) around the three different stages of pregnancy, and beyond. Breastfeeding ... Read More
I don't know what it is but there is something effortlessly chic about a grey blouse or shift? And Madderson London have just re-emphasised this with their latest AW14 collection. The signature Camilla shift re-worked in Jaquard is case in point. As is their new addition Florence Blouse in grey. Pregnant and working in town? (Or simply looking for a statement maternity piece.) - You need look no further.
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Love them or loathe them, having a baby requires this different kind of handbag. You need a carry-all, something big enough for all the baby essentials, that also comes with a shoulder strap. Hello baby-bag. More specifically the printed tote kind, a little sporty with masculine shape, and oh-so-practical. You know I am not usually a fan of anything that screams baby when it comes ... Read More
Currently I am drawn to any shade of grey ... Read More
Which is your favourite? I would go for either penguin or cheetah. ...
The shirt dress is also perfect as a maternity look. Loose-fitting to accommodate that bump and button (or wrap) front for when required post-baby. Isabella Oliver maternity have an ... Read More
There is a good month of summer holiday's to go at home, and for the next further few weeks I am full time mum with two-in-tow. Boy is it hard keeping a three year old busy. One that has previously been used to going to the beach every day, and staying up until midnight each night socialising. (Thankfully the bedti ... Read More
I must add, whilst we are here, liberty-print baby. The cutest cotton bloomers, blouses and dresses. And why not add a matching cotton bib to prettify the far from pretty weaning process? (Not long to go now...) It's at times like this I am so thankful I have girls.
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Chic, stylish and absolute fun. Youmi elephant would have to be my first choice, the yellow and grey design would fit the playroom colour scheme perfectly. I am extremely tempted...
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From experience I have learnt that the 1 tog sleeping bags are still far too hot for Mediterranean climates, and a sheet or light blanket just doesn't work as an alternative. Evelyn's latest trick is to wriggle anything covering her up over her face, so I wouldn't feel comfortable her sleeping in anything but a sleeping bag. Aden + anais is the obvious answer. Soft, snuggly muslin that is as light as the lightest sheet - to keep her cosey yet cool.
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