It is so fun being able to dress to show off your bump once you've popped, but I really hate spending money on maternity clothes since there's such a limited time that you wear them for. This pregnancy I don't think I have bought any maternity clothes, I've reused a few things from my pregnancy with Parker, but have mostly found cute basics that work for dressing the bump and are non-maternity so they'll work afterward too.
I'm a pretty basic dresser - I love white, gray, black - basic tees, a comfy dress and athleisure. Below are some of my favorite styles, all of which I own and am currently wearing. A lot of these are great transition pieces to fall, too - you can throw a sweater on over the dresses and pair it with a pair of booties.
1 - Striped tie dress (so soft and comfy!) - you can see me wearing it below. | 2- Oversized boyfriend sweater in cashmere | 3- Striped dress with ruffle sleeves (also can see me wearing below.) - ON SALE! | 4- Turtleneck swing dress | 5 - The perfect sweater blazer for layering | 6- long boyfriend style T that goes with everything | 7 - Wunder Under crops - they are high waisted and I wear them almost every day! | 8 - Gray t-shirt dress with tie |
9 - The softest joggers in the whole world.
This dress is #1 above and is so so comfortable!
I love to organize and make things look pretty and decided to make some updates to my pantry and to my spice jars. I was so happy when I discovered these hand lettered spice jars from A & Co Mercantile, they were the perfect way to make my custom spice rack look pretty & organized, while reflecting my personal style, too. I love how they look so much I almost want to display them on a turntable in my pantry so people can see them. You can find similar jars for a little less here, too.
I've been wanting to organize my pantry for so long, and finally found some products that were inexpensive enough to tackle the project. I was surprised at how expensive it can be to buy turntables, storage containers, bins, etc. If you've been reading my blog for awhile now, you can probably tell that I love bright & airy spaces, and my pantry was no exception, so when I found these white crates I knew they were perfect. I am still on the hunt for the perfect labels to put on all of the crates and will share that info once I find "the ones". All of the products I've used are linked below!
Oversized storage bins - I have another one of these in my pantry, too for donations. There are always foods I am trying with Parker that he doesn't like so instead of tossing them I put them in a donation bin, and when it's full I donate it all.
I love displaying the pasta in clear containers so I can see all of the different noodle types I have on hand.
I love using turntables to display jarred products and grouped them together by category - this one is for Asian style foods.
I grouped each crate by day part of food type - this one for example is all breakfast foods - pancakes, oatmeal, hot cereal, etc.
Use mason jars to display straws or flatware.
MONEY SAVING TIP
If you have vases on hand, use your shorter vases to display dry goods like granola bars and fruit snacks.
Glass drink dispenser
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Hi! I'm Lindsay, a new mama to our little boy, Parker. I started my blog as a way to channel my creativity and document our life happenings. From the pretty, styled shots to the real, raw experiences, too, like our journey to start our family. I love to share about my faith, my personal style for interior decorating, holidays and entertaining & for our little guy. too. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your support. XO