Mommy Fashion

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Just wondering am I the only momma who felt I had to do a closet overhaul when I had my child? I said goodbye to the miniskirts and graphic tees. Also gone, tight clothing, anything with writing on the butt, my teeny bikinis, and my short shorts just to name a few (no judgment on anyone who likes to flaunt what they got).... I don't want to embarrass my child by the way I dress. I try to dress appropriately for my age(26) and I want to be taken seriously as a mother and wife so I've toned down my look. I love fashion and I like to dress fashionably but I find myself labeling many things off limits for me. It's hard to walk that line of "I'm a momma, and I've still got a fashion flare" and "frumpy mommy". Who's with me? Or against me? I'm open to all sides here.


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Wear what you like. Kids learn by example, and hopefully they'll learn to be themselves and to be comfortable in their own skin by watching you. :)

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Brit - posted on 11/20/2011




I'm a nerdy mom lol my son loves it when I wear my ninja turtles an Elmo tees :) An jeans live in them lol

Belinda - posted on 11/14/2011




I have the opposite problem. I had kids and people now say I dress like I'm old. I'm only 27. So now I'm trying to make my wardrobe a bit less "mature" lol. I'm in the "frumpy mommy" category and I'd really like to escape!

Meghan - posted on 11/14/2011




I never dressed very provactive before I had my son but I did dress fairly gothic (dog collar, black lipstick etc). I did tone that part down a bit. I didn't really overhaul my closet but added a few more conservative pieces and started dressing more for the occasion. A little more conservative when I'm out with my son, a little more funky when I get adult time out.

Ashley - posted on 11/14/2011




Im definitely with you! I had so much trouble this morning....and I weighed less after I had my daughter but everything falls differently now. I wish I could be one of those moms where I look better now, but I have to start dressing older now. Hollister and express are no longer an option for pants...I m not a stick, I have curves. Which is fine, but its hard when I shop.

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My summer wardrobe consists of dresses, gladiator sandals, and pretty blouses. There is one brand of shorts that are the absolute perfect length for me and I love those, too. My winter uniform is flat boots, skinny jeans and a sweater or thick tights, boots and a sweater dress. Also leggings, oversized tees, tunics, I live in them. I agree about the being more wary of what I wear to what function - learned that lesson the hard way, lol. I do like to be more comfortable and will opt for flats much more often than heels, which I also notice my heel height preference shrinking.

Amanda - posted on 11/13/2011




I have a better body after my 2 kids than I did before I fell pregnant so I do wear fitted tops and short shorts in the summer. I have dresses that are above the knee, but I also love maxi dresses too.
You will usually find me dressed casually in shorts and t shirt, leggings and a long top or jeans and a jumper over winter.
My binkinis are slighty bigger than they were before.

My style genrally hasn't changed too much but I am more weary of what I am wearing to do certain things. I would never wear a dress or skirt to the park, rescuing a 3 yr old from the top of a climbing frame in a dress isn't a good look, no matter what your age

Firebird - posted on 11/13/2011




I wear what I like, being a mom won't ever change that. I wear 'tight' clothes often (well fitting is how I'd describe them), short shorts, and graphic tees. I never did like mini skirts and my bikini isn't exactly 'teeny'.lol I never did like showing my in the way of cleavage. I did however stop showing so much mid drift after I got pregnant. I've had my fashion sense summed up quite simply by a friend: in the summer I'm a hippie, in the winter I'm goth. My makeup is always dark and my hair is black and blue (or purple, oe red, or whatever the store has) I don't really dress much differently, I've never seen the need to. My daughter always tells me that I look like a queen, so I'm guessing that she isn't too embarrased about my I dress how I'm comfortable, that's what everyone should do. Not everyone is comfortable dressing the way they did pre-children.

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