I’m just about 4 days into my 14th week of pregnancy but I look like I’m in well into my 6 month. I’ve outgrown most of my clothes so I decided to buy the BeBand to get a few more wears out of them and it worked but I wanted to be even comfier. 🙂 So, I started looked for comfy outfit inspiration from some of my favorite celeb mamas and I immediately found a ton and most of them included a maxi dress. Below is my version of the gray maternity maxi dress seen on Jessica Alba, Vanessa Lachey and Jessica Simpson.
What I’m Wearing:
Don’t be too quick to pass up on a maxi dress this fall. Pair this gorgeous teal side slit maxi dress with anything from a denim jacket and scarf, a cardigan or layered over a turtleneck and statement necklace to a blazer and boots. No matter what you choose you’ve got yourself a flawless look. Tip: pair with opaque tights for a cozier touch. Only $32 at
Memorial Day is the official start of summer…but are you ready? I’ve picked some of my favorite summer pieces under $100 from Yesstyle. Summer demands an ease and flow to outfits and these pieces will help get your summer started off on the right stylish foot without breaking bank.
This edgy maxi dress is perfect for summer nights with heels or sandals.
A one piece halter swimsuit can easily be worn as a LBD after a long day on the beach (a must have for vacation).
Toss the big floppy straw hat aside and try a more masculine straw fedora instead.
A cute jelly tote to carry all your beach needs is fun and practical!
Floral shorts will brighten your tees and tanks, but if you want to dress it up simply add a blazer and camisole.
A chunky nautical necklace screams summer!
A light weight striped sweater gives the perfect nautical vibe to any outfit and can be used all year round. Pair with floral shorts for a fun pattern mixing outfit.
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Although lately I’ve been adding more and more color to my outfits , I always gravitate towards black and white. That’s why I’m so happy that this spring season is seeing a lot of black and white mixed in with all of the bright, fun outfits. Sure, the black and white trend is as basic as it gets, but when you pair them with spring florals and bright items, they become statement pieces. One of the easiest ways you can wear the black and white trend this spring is right in your hand with a designer handbags for less! From a color blocking satchel paired with jeans, or a striped clutch with a floral dress to a black and white tote for work or a fun polka dot bag – it’s sure to be the eye catching accessory in your wardrobe. Check out some easy ways to incorporate these basic colored handbags into your wardrobe for spring below.
Black & White Tote | Maxi Dress | Gladiator Sandal
Totes can pretty much be worn with anything, anywhere! Carry this black and white tote to work and then on the weekends with a pretty maxi dress and sandals.
Dolman Sleeve Cardigan | Sequin Collar Tee | Red Trousers |Polka Dot Bag | Rhinestone Flats
Polka dots give any outfit a fun touch but when paired with a cute casual outfit it’s double the fun!
Elizabeth and James Silk Mini Dress | Black & White Clutch | Manolo Blahnik Audi
A striped clutch will pop against a flirty pink dress and ankle strap heels for a night out on the town.
Another flawless look by Jessica Alba. This timeless maxi dress is flattering on just about anyone, but I found one even more flattering with sleeves for those of you who prefer to stay away from sleeveless dresses like me. Tip: Pair with boots and a chunky knit sweater for a quirky yet stylish day-look. Get Jessica’s look for less with pieces from Necessary Clothing, Make Me Chic and more!
For the most part New Year’s consists of something sparkly, short or sexy – all of which are just fine but this year why not try something a little unconventional? Below are 3 ideas for an outfit that’s not tight, short or even sparkly – we can leave that all up to the jewelry! 🙂
Anyone can wear a mini but it takes someone with style to rock a chic floor length maxi! Pair it with a cropped blazer for a dressy effortless feel, and metallic heels for sex appeal.
I love the idea of black and white for New Year’s, so why not try adding white heels to an all black pant suit or a sexy black off-the-shoulder sweater and leggings.
Stripes are a classic and totally unconventional for New Year’s and that’s what makes it cool! Try a striped sweater dress with black opaque tights and red heels for a dressy yet still easy-to-wear look (and it’ll never go out of style!).
Kristin Cavallari looked chic while running erands in a white maxi dress and jean jacket. Get Kristin’s look for less from Yesstyle, Kmart & more!
Not sure why but I woke up this morning and wanted to head to the beach. So that’s exactly what I did in my favorite maxi dress from Yala (seen here).
Love it when I can wear a dress that’s as comfortable as a worn-in pair of sweats without sacrificing style (and you can also wear it as a skirt!). Definitely one of my favorite dresses!
What I’m wearing:
Denim jacket from Gap (no longer available)
Maxi Dress courtesy of
Shoes by Rocket Dog bought at Macy’s (no longer available)
Belt from Kohl’s
Watch courtesy of
Sunglasses from Ross
Necklace is a mixture of favored charms (some vintage) that I pieced together myself
Emma Robert’s outfit is the perfect example of how to seamlessly transition from one of this Summer’s hottest trends (the maxi dress) into a Fall classic with the simple addition of a denim jacket and thin brown belt. Effortlessly fabulous! Get Emma’s look for less with pieces from Lulu’s, Modcloth and more!
Transition this Summer’s hottest trend – the maxi dress – into your Fall wardrobe with these easy tricks of the trade: Throw on a blazer; put on your favorite boots; pick bold patterns! I personally love to throw on a pullover sweater to give the outfit a quirky vibe. Another great touch to get more mileage out of your maxi dress this Fall (or any seasonal outfit) is to accessorize, accessorize, accessorize! Change up the bag; add a scarf or a belt; I also like to simply wear seasonal colors to match.