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Hide Your Lady Lumps Behind a Shift Dress

1.06.2016
dress | boots | similar jean jacket (mine, Target) | similar bracelet

Thanks for all your love on Monday's post. I'm so glad y'all liked the idea and enjoyed it so much. Jon and I may just have to bring on a sequel! Jon was reading the comments on my blog and social media and I'm pretty sure his head blew up so thanks for that. Now he's convinced he can tell me what to wear! Mmmm... No sir!

This outfit on the other hand I picked out. I'm really glad I got to wear this dress before the snow came in. Weirdest weather ever! One day it's in the 60's and the next it's below 30 and snowing. It seems as if the warm weather is gone for awhile now though so I am preparing my "real" Winter wardrobe finally!

While this dress isn't nursing friendly, it is flattering on a post-baby mom bod and/or pre-new year "I'm going to get in shape" body. Everyone needs a few "grace" articles of clothing in their closet. You know, the ones that look effortlessly cute, but hide all the not so cute lady bumps also knows as engorged breasts, love handles and cellulite consumed thighs. I know you know. No shame in that sisters! Saying no to french fries and margaritas all the time would be wrong. Down right wrong. If only I could figure out that moderation thing... for now I'll stick with shift dresses to hide my food babies and lady lumps.

14 comments on "Hide Your Lady Lumps Behind a Shift Dress"
  1. Yes!! I'm all for the Lady Lump hiding pieces! I found a flowy tank at Nordstrom once that perfectly hid my still-looks-slightly-pregnant belly and bought all the colors they had! I definitely wear those tanks under sweaters and blazers more than anything in my closet!

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  2. This is exactly why I love myself a good shift dress, no matter the time of the year! I love the plaid pattern of this one, perfect for fall/winter!

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  3. Add leggings and a scarf...then it's snow friendly!

    http://www.gabrielleorcutt.com

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  4. Pretty dress! And a shift is the perfect shape for anyone. Love them!

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  5. i love a good shift dress! the pattern on this one is really cute. xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  6. About two weeks before I gave birth, I realized that I wasn't going to be able to wear my dresses and breastfeed. I'm still kind of bummed about that because I love me some dresses. As she gets older and stretches out her feedings, will I be able to incorporate them into my wardrobe as long as I only wear them for a short period of time? Such as... church? Right now, I've been skipping them all together because I'm afraid she'll need to eat and... I'm kind of enjoying the larger boobies for the first time in my life but I'd leave the love handles for someone else if that was an option ;)

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  7. Oooooh i so need to invest in more of these for my wardrobe!
    XO Ellen from Ask Away
    www.askawayblog.com

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