Mama Style: Pinafore Chic

Hey everyone, I hope you’re having a lovely start to the week. I still can’t believe we’re in October already. Where is this year going?

Anyway, I thought it was about time we had a new series on the blog, and well, here it is. Welcome to Mama Style Monday where I will share with you my style (if you can call it that, I suppose).

Fashion is very important to me, so much so, I studied it at university. Although I don’t profess to be an expert in the matter, I thought it would be great to share with you any bargains I find and the styles I love wearing.

So, here we have the first instalment. I hope you like it!

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Since becoming a mum, I’ve found that I’m drawn to different items of clothing than I would have previously worn. Maybe it’s the adjustment to my new body and trying to figure out what suits my post-baby figure. Or maybe it’s the fact I have more time on my hands to see what everyone else is wearing and finding myself lusting over what they’re all sporting.

Or maybe I’m having a bit of a quarter-life crisis? That’s how I kind of felt when I bought this denim pinafore. I don’t think I’ve worn one of these since I’d just started walking, or if I’ve even ever owned one. My mam will have to answer that one. Nevertheless, I love it.

I’d always seen people wearing this sort of outfit and I’d swoon over it, but always thought that would never suit me and my shape. But I was so surprised when I tried it on and I loved it. There’s something so charming about a pinafore dress, and who can resist one in denim?

I paired this £13 Primark dress with a bargain shirt I bagged myself in the sale last month in Primark too. This £5 embroidered top is absolutely stunning, but again something I wouldn’t have ever gone for pre-pregnancy.

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I’ve always been a sucker for embroidery but never thought this frilly top would be something for me. I think I’ve let go of some of my fashion fears since becoming a mum. I think less about what is safe to wear and now focus on what I want to look right, and make it work for me.

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This outfit oozes feminine appeal and makes me feel more my age. It’s so easy to get caught up in the world of being a mum that sometimes I forget I’m still young too. Even though it’s not a twirly skirt, it makes me want to spin around and pop daisy’s in my hair.

What was that about a quarter-life crisis?

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