NAVY BLUE MAXI DRESS
Moving right along this pregnancy! The weeks are just flying by for me. I don’t know if that’s just because I have so many other things to juggle right now with the house, or if I can chalk it up to a smooth pregnancy but I am just amazed at how quickly we approaching our due date! My sister took these photos for me a few days before we left for Michigan for my baby shower.
If you’ve been following along with my pregnancy, you know I absolutely love the brand PinkBlush. Every single item I’ve received from them has been such great quality, soft and cozy, and beautifully designed. I love this dress because it will transition great into fall with the dark navy color and long sleeves. You can wear it as a boat neck dress, or pull the shoulders down and make it an off shoulder dress too! The length was really great on me- I’m so used to long dresses coming to my ankles or higher, but this brand does not skimp on fabric or quality. Since fall is literally around the corner (and hopefully some cooler weather too!) I plan on pairing this with a grey Moto jacket and some cute booties! Possibly even a cute fall hat too, I just love hats in the fall time.
I love the empire waistline on this dress, it’s such a flattering silhouette for pregnancy and allows you to wear it at any stage or trimester. The skirt portion of the dress is fully lined, making it extra comfortable, and no risk of being see-through or showing weird lines. The dress lays smoothly on me, and feels pretty luxurious too!
We are trying to soak up the last week of summer here by getting outside and enjoying all the beautiful greenery and flowers that Charlotte has to offer! It’s getting me so excited for our own landscaping projects next spring/summer when our house is done! The pergola in these photos is such major garden goals. Can you imagine a summertime candle lit dinner under this beauty?!
Dress: Pink Blush Boutique (c/o) (Buy it HERE )
Shoes: Sam Edelman (same style and tons of color options HERE )
Photography: Kristin Dustman Photography