Friday, 20 January 2012

BELLY IN STRIPES






The dress is ASOS Maternity, booties the new ones, cardigan a sloppy H&M one, bangle and bracelet vintage and pearls from Budapest. I've had that same beret since I was 16! That's as far as in the nineties. It's getting a bit sloppy too, but I just can't find another one that suits my head...

20 comments:

AngeliqueDama said...

Beautiful as always! I love that dress:)

Maja said...

wow your eyelashes look amazing in that photo! What mascara do you use? love the booties too.

pumps & luiers said...

great mama-look - and so good that you can still wear heels, my heels had to wait in the closet when I was pregnant! x

Miss Tallulah Porkchop said...

What a lovely belly. I am very envious. I wish I had a lovely belly, too. I wonder if it is a girl or a boy. Are you going to find out? I think it is a girl.

Frollein von Sofa said...

ooooh, those boots....am envious !
and that dress ist super !!!

Q's Daydream said...

You look adorable!!
Most of my hats are super old too, lol!

Aino said...

Kerro kun bongaat mulle hyvän baskerin! Aina tuntuu, että ne on niitä sellaisia tosi huopaisia, jotka jää hassusti... Ja mekko on soma!

FairyFiligree said...

As most mums do - you are looking quite radiant. The good thing about pregnancies is that you can wear the comfiest of clothes and nobody bats an eyelid. When is baby due?

feliscatus said...

Love the dress! I like asos for maternity clothes, i found a couple of dresses there. And you definitly had to buy those booties :)

Sarah said...

Lovely! You look wonderful!
Sarah (the Dutch one)

danielle said...

Love your blog!congrats too!
x

The styling people said...

You look beautiful!! This makes me excited about being a mum some day , congrats

♥ Agatha ♥ said...

Is it real fur ??

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

Pumps&Luiers : well, we'll see for how long still...

Miss Tallulah Porkchop: One woud be able to see it by now, but I don't have my next ultrasound scheduled until February. Eddi has two boys already so I of course think it would be "refereshing" with a girl... We'll see!

Aino : I will!

Fairy Filigree : in June :)

Agatha : I ruled out the option of it being real fur completely as the price was only 22 euros. Not too keen on supporting the Chinese fur business...
(nor any other either, but the fur industry still has some ethical rules to go by over here, while elsewhere it's less supervised.)

Sonja said...

Åååh ser först nu att ni väntar baby! Stort grattis. Sköt om dig och hälsa! Du ser ljuvlig ut!

Cheryl Lynn said...

You look totally gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Now wait for the moment... Heres the bad news for a pregnant woman.... During and after pregnancy your shoe size will be 1-2 sizes bigger than your normal shoe size...Permanently.... I would not belive a friend who told me this before my pregnancy but she was right... One size up with my first one and half size up for my second one... From 38 to, 39.5 and 40... And I only gained few extra kilos in the waist area...

I am still a bit sad for all the shoes that I can no longer wear.... But you will see the end result is all worth it... Your life will go upside down. With the most wonderful way.....

Enjoy every day of your pregnancy.... And rest. Prepare yourself for a marathon, another friend told me before giving birth... That, i think was a good advise...And rest after you give birth... Sleep whenever the baby is sleeping (in the beginning at leas)....

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

Sonja & Cheryl Lynn : tack, thank you :)

Anonymous : well thankfully that's not completely true; of course I'm afraid I won't fit into my old shoes or dresses afterwards. But while most feet do swell and need bigger shoes during the last trimester, it does not stay bigger by default. None of my friends have had to renew their shoe wardrobe, phew! I'm hoping the same for me :)

Chloe Jacqueline said...

You look adorable! I am loving the dress! You little belly is just too cute!

Sistinas said...

You look so beautiful! And I envy you so much, in a good way, I'd love to have another baby, but my husband doesn't.