Monday, April 15, 2019

Boho Style Tunic for Spring

AE Long Sleeve Print Mix Tunic

Hi everyone! I can’t believe I am actually putting another post together. It is practically a miracle. About a week ago I had to do some online shopping because the bump is just too large to continue on in my current wardrobe. Bummer huh? 😉 My goal was to find items that could be worn after pregnancy, because lets face it, being pregnant is such a short amount of time and I didn’t want to spend hundreds of dollars on things that had a short lifespan.

I came across this adorable boho style tunic at American Eagle and fell in love with the spring colors. Also available in blue. With the tunic style I figured it would be long enough to cover the growing bump, at least for a little while. I sized up one and surprise it is a winner! My only complaint is as a busty girl, unclasping the neckline is too revealing, but closing it also leaves an opening below the clasp. I wish it had been sewn up to the clasp. I’ll sew the opening closed myself at some point. In the meantime, I threw a cami on underneath. 

Fridays are more casual at my office so I wore the top to work with my favorite Lucky Brand jeans, Lolita Skinny, (which I’m holding together with a belly band, pregnancy is glam huh?) and these comfortable wedges I shared last May. The sizing is pretty limited on last year’s wedges, but the same brand created a very similar style for this season. Honestly, I think the only difference is the first strap that goes across the top of the foot is at an angle instead of straight.

I got so many compliments on my outfit and it definitely flatters the bump so it will be on repeat for the rest of the spring/summer. If you’re looking for a lightweight, fun top, at least check it out. It’s currently on sale, but even full price doesn’t sting too bad.

Slowly starting to put my second trimester post together so be on the lookout for that. It will also have more pics of Baby G. Until next post…xoxo Becca

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