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This is my go to preggers dress anytime, i just love the style and it hides my bump a little. 
I wore the first look to an interview recently. I wanted to switch up the look this time around, so I turned in the wedge for a pair of sneakers, wore a vest to give the dress a little different look. The sunglasses were due to the crazy sunny day and a girl just needs to have a bag by her side. 
The same dress, different ways I wore them. Which do you prefer, left or right? 
Dress: fabric from Woodin
Vest: Asos
Sneakers: outnet 
Bag: Steve Madden
Sunglasses: Mango

Happy Valentine's Day!!! I just love this holiday because of the heart shaped and beautiful decorations everywhere, with lovers surprising themselves with gifts and spending quality time together. This time around. The Mr and I decided to chill and just stay indoor after church. Even though we are not doing anything this year, that doesn't mean I won't show what I decided to wear if we were heading out, or inspire expecting mums and let them know they can still look sexy on such a day as this regardless of their baby bump. 
Red was the color for me this year, due to the lack of wearing red outfits. I love red, but I guess when shopping, that is the least color in mind. I guess leaving it for Valentine and Christmas day is good enough for me.

Some of you might be thinking or scared about me still wearing heels at this time of my pregnancy. Well, my feet isn't swollen and I can still walk well in them, but I stand as long as I normally do. For expectant mum's who can't wear heels like I do, you can exchange them for a wedge. Just make sure they are cute, comfortable and go with your choice of outfit.

Happy Valentine's Day again!!! stay beautiful and fabulous

Its a new week with new opportunities and blessings. January is almost out of the door, letting February in. January wasn't so bad, but I am being very positive for Feb (baba God take control). 
This look was so comfortable and basically described how I was feeling during the weekend (very happy). I can't remember the last time I wore tights, it has really been ages. I wore it this time around because my shirt dress was quite short at the back, to the point were if i had to bend over to pick up something, you would be seeing a whole lot of me. For some of you who might be wondering and asking yourself "isn't the weather to hot for tights?" Well, when you stop wearing leggings or pants in Nigeria due to the weather, then my answer will be yes. 
There are more pictures of the look below, check them out.

 Shirt dress: Asos
Hat: Old Navy
Necklace: Aldo
Tights: random store in the uk
Shoes: outnet


This is something I have experienced in my first pregnancy and I am still experiencing a little of it now. This is the time every woman's mid section is allowed to hang out and shouldn't be apologetic about it, but noooooo, they just won't let me have it and enjoy that glory of not trying to suck in my tummy or eating a little just to avoid me looking awkward in an outfit. They just won't let me be.

"Ah take it easy ooo, it's like you are gaining weight ooo"

"Since when did you start having tummy, pls ooo don't spoil your shape"

"Don't let yourself go because you are now a mum, press your belly with hot water and it will go back flat"

What haven't I heard...... It doesn't upset me, it just makes me feel uncomfortable and wonder why people can't ask some questions before jumping to conclusions  or just not say anything at all. I know when your on the plus / curvy side, people expect you to have a bulging belling. Although that's the norm, it doesn't mean every plus-size person would have one. 

I would really love to hear any one's story who has been through such or knows anyone who has :)

I'd love to read your thoughts


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