An Unusual Pairing

We are going to do something very brave coming Sunday. I’m sure a lot of people have done it before. But for us, this is going to be the first time traveling with a baby – a four and a half months old!! You have no idea how nervous I am. I don’t know how our baby girl is going to react to her first flight experience, being away from home for 5 days and staying in a hotel. I am trying to think of every possible thing to pack which we may need (you know, just in case..?!!), but I’m still so, so anxious. All experienced moms out there – if you have any tips or suggestions for me, please let me know. I’ll be grateful!
In case you are wondering, we are going to Philadelphia. It’s a work trip for husband and a vacation for me and little Missy. We booked the tickets a month ago and back then I was actually quite excited about the whole trip. However, as the travel is coming closer, I’m getting restless by the minute! Well, we’ll see what ever happens when it happens, right?

Now that I’m a mother, all I think about it how easy and comfortable my clothes can be. I’ve given up on skin fitting dresses for now. Not because I still have 10 pounds (from my pregnancy) to lose, but rather due to the fact that I just want to move freely and be comfortable.
They say skinny jeans are very comfortable. Trust me, they stand no where when it comes to wide leg pants. The fluidity of these pants adds grace and length to our gait. It looks like I’ve really put an effort in dressing, though in reality it barely took me 5 seconds to pick these two items from my closet before heading out the door. The
I dare you to think outside the box next time when you dress up. Go for something you would not pair otherwise.. like flare and ruffles or a dress over jeans, or a basic slogan t-shirt over a sequins skirt. You see? Just go crazy! Have fun with clothes. But keep in mind to follow just one rule that ‘there are no rules in fashion.’ πŸ˜‰

Blouse: Target | Pants: Macy’s | Shoes: Franco Sarto | Bag: Steve Madden | Watch: Fitbit Blaze

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