Summer Top Round Up

I have missed dressing a non-pregnant body. Don't get me wrong, I love being pregnant, but there's something about having my body back that is just the best. Granted, I am still nursing so not "completely" back to myself, but we are getting there!

I have rounded up some of my favorite tops from a new favorite line of mine. SheIn.

I found out about this brand through other blogger friends and I am excited to finally take the jump and wear some of these adorable tops for the last few month of summer. I live in TX and it's hot here until well, Christmas :)

I have found that you need to look at the size chart for EVERY piece because they are all different. As long as you follow the size chart, you are golden.

First up is this adorable gingham blouse. Paired with jeans or jean shorts like these or these would be my go to to make this outfit turn from day to night.

Next up is this striped smock blouse. This top would be cute paired with army green shorts like these. I love that they are a little longer than the normal pair of shorts.
I am loving this maroon top as football season is right around the corner and Saturday's outfits are always maroon since our alma mater is Texas A&M. I love to pair my maroon tops with white jeans like these or these to give it a little contrast then pair it with a fun, chunky necklace.
For me comfy and easy to throw on during the summer months is important, which brings this next tee to one of my favorites! Add a lace bra underneath (which are nursing friendly) and you've got a great every day outfit. Pair with some distressed shorts like these and a pair of white converse.

You may be thinking how any of these shirts are "nursing friendly". That's where the Blanqi underbust nursing tank comes in handy.

It has an open bust design so that you can wear it under any shirt so that when you lift up your shirt to nurse, this shirt still keeps you covered. The postpartum leggings also do a great job of covering up your mid-section when lifting your shirt to nurse.

What is your favorite every day outfit for the summer time?
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Post Partum Style Part 2

When finding maternity clothes to wear for the months you are pregnant, it's always nice to find some that will work once baby is here too. I really utilize flow tops for after baby is here because 1. my body is just not ready to have anything tight around it and 2. it helps with nursing and having some extra fabric to cover up with. My kiddos don't like nursing with covers so having extra fabric to drape around me is helpful!

Pinkblush always fits the bill for comfortable and stylish clothes. Check out the items I just picked up and can't wait to use once Landon is here too!



 This dress isn't so much "nursing friendly" but it's definitely post partum body friendly. I love how flowy it is and definitely hides all the parts that need to go back to normal after having a baby.



And the best part? They are having a sale today on on their tops. Use code TOPTWENTYFIVE for 25% off all tops!
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