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I’m thrilled to say, I made it to my 3rd trimester in pregnancy!  And though this may sound weird, I feel justified now in waddling, groaning when I get up from the floor (or couch) and having that extra piece of chocolate (after the 1st four pieces)!  So, this past week I attended a Girls Night Out Party and though I had all intentions of dressing up, it was a cold night, I had a long day with the boys and I just wanted to be comfortable.

Dresses make me feel ‘bigger’ right now and the thought of a skirt made my goosebumps pop out even more.  One thing I always feel good in, is a dark pair of denim and that’s what I went with!  Then I remembered I have this little green cropped sweater from Anthro and thought it could work with my belly!  It was perfect and hit my belly at just the right spot.  After adding some jewels, stones and sparkles, I was happy and felt good… and festive too!

This is what I wore, 28 weeks pregnant:

: Outfit Details :

Green Cashmere Sweater: Anthropologie

Black Maternity Tank Top: Gap Maternity

Dark Denim Maternity Jeans: Liz Lange

Gold & Rinestone Bangle Bracelets: TJMaxx

Sparkly Ballet Flats: ? – sorry!

Green Stone and Gold Chain Necklace: Anthropologie

::

Before I left, I threw on a black Pashmina Scarf, a cropped black puffy coat

and headed out the door for a fun night out!

  Next week I have to dress up for Brian’s Company’s Christmas Party and have NO CLUE what to wear.  I can’t pull out my dark jeans for that night so this should be interesting trying to put something together that makes me feel good.  Any suggestions?  I may need to go shopping for a prego dress… eeeek!  Wish me luck ; )

xo

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