Belted Chambray + a Pencil Skirt

Well, I certainly learned my lesson this week. I had all but packed my pencil skirt collection away for my post-pregnancy wardrobe but decided to give it one last try. My belly isn’t that big yet anyways, right?! belt chambray over skirtHa. Well, even with my skirt partially unzipped and my Bella Band secure, I could not have been more uncomfortable. Between the skirt digging into my waistline and the slight stretching of my chambray, I felt completely sausaged into a too-small outfit. Sigh. You win some and lose some right? (I guess losing some in this case will be my entire skirt collection… and perhaps this top as a fully-buttoned shirt.)dark chambray with spring necklacebow belt chambray topwhat to wear to work pregnantSkirt: J.Crew (maternity option), Top: J.Crew (maternity option), Shoes: J.Crew (similar), Belt: J.Crew (similar), Necklace: Stella & Dot Spring Awakening, Bracelet: Stella & Dot Eden Bangle

*Linking up with Tara, Bethany, Sherry


22 thoughts on “Belted Chambray + a Pencil Skirt

  1. Mica

    Such a shame that you didn’t feel comfortable! It’s definitely important to find comfy clothes for pregnancy 🙂 I like the neon brights with the necklace and belt against the chambray shirt 🙂

  2. Tiffany

    This is adorable! And I may actually try mine this way with the belted shirt rather than tucked in! Sorry to hear your felt uncomfy…you sure don’t look it her! You look glowing!

  3. Always Maylee

    Love the chambray belted like that and your necklace is so pretty! I definitely miss all of my old clothes, but the good thing is after the baby is born, it’s like your closet is completely new to you again, haha! 🙂

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

  4. Christina

    Ah-dorable! I love that necklace too! I felt like I was HUGE even at 2 months but it was just such an adjustment and I was so bloated (TMI?). It is so fun once the real bump comes-I felt a little awkward until it happened. 🙂 You are pulling it off so well!

  5. Anna Belle

    You look so cute – and I love the pops of neon, but I agree: there is very little that is worse than that squeezed-in feeling all day…


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