Yeah yeah yeah… I fell behind… AGAIN.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
No picture. We interviewed a pediatrician after work and I got home much later than expected and was starving. I didn’t even think about snapping a photo. I just quickly changed into my sweats and devoured some food. But believe me – I definitely half-assed my outfit that day.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Top: Old Navy Maternity.
Pants: Gap Maternity.
I’ve worn this outfit before. Its nothing new or fancy… or even particularly girly. It is just really comfortable. However, I totally forgot to pack a tank top to wear under the gauzy top when I went to the gym. Luckily I was able to get ahold of Jeremy before he got to the office so he was able to bring me a tank top. I wasn’t sure what I would do. It wasn’t ridiculously see-through but it was pretty sheer. I blame pregnancy brain.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Top: Old Navy Maternity.
Pants: Old Navy (not maternity)
Flats: Target – Merona
I own this top in green. I love it. I wear the green one with a fun scarf that I own but I wasn’t sure how to style this particular top. I paired it with a chunky black necklace that is actually quite long but I double looped it. I think I got the necklace on sale at Macy’s.
Friday, November 19, 2010
Dress: Old Navy Maternity.
Tights: Old Navy?
This is a new dress that I bought on sale at Old Navy (online) with an additional 30% off coupon. I love getting discounts on sale merchandise. And I love this dress. I got a lot of compliments on it the day I wore it. As for the heels – I love these heels. I love gray accessories.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Top: Old Navy Maternity (with a long-sleeved waffle shirt from the Gap)
Jeans: Old Navy Maternity. These jeans are the BEST maternity purchase I’ve made. They are so comfy and awesome and inexpensive.
Boots: Sheikh Shoes.
I wore this outfit to our 6 hour “infant care workshop” and was very comfortable all day. And that class? That deserves its own post.
Fun / Weird Pregnancy Stuff: My brother stopped by my house this evening and told my that my ankles were incredibly swollen. (Jeremy swears they’re not) And more and more people are telling me that I am now “waddling”. I think I only “waddle” when I get up and start walking after being seated for a long time. That has more to do with my sore lower back. Jeremy said that I’m walking with my “hips open”. I think that is his way of nicely saying that I sort of waddle. Hot stuff.