Four Cute & Comfy Maternity Outfits for a Babymoon
I am a big supporter of a Babymoon. Let's face it, babies (especially newborns) flip your life UP SIDE DOWN. Why not take a few days with your significant other to reaffirm your love for each other before the chaos ensues? But once you hit your 3rd trimester, comfort is key!
We chose to go to Las Vegas! Maybe not the typical "Vegas" trip but we had an absolutely amazing time. One of the highlights of the trip was the Grand Canyon which was a 2 hour drive and absolutely stunning.
At this point, the only pants that fit are leggings or maternity jeans so I did invest in a pair but the t shirt is one I had and thought it was appropriate with the flower skull.
You can't go wrong with a flannel and combat boots especially when there are lots of pebbles to trip over (don't want to be going over the side here!) Here is a tip, if your flannels are too snug over the bump, steal your mans
This flannel in particular was a men's that I boat for myself and sure the bottom buttons don't button anymore but who would know if I leave it open
EVERYTHING I read said wear comfortable shoes in Vegas, I think this is true for everyone but even more so if you are lugging an extra human around.
I found these super cute Nike's and wore a white flowy skirt (not maternity) with a graphic T. (Red Hot Chili Peppers are my favorite band)
The weather in Vegas this time of year was in the 60s. Did you know its not always boiling there? So I threw a jean jacket on top since it was chilly in the shade (this jacket also no longer buttons ).
I've posted this lepoard pencil skirt and the Mama shirt I ordered in pervious posts but I thought they would look perfect together (again neither are maternity) along with my dupe golden goose sneakers form Steve Madden.
This was actually my Birthday outfit since and we ate at the Eiffel Tower, def a must, for brunch.
Finally, my favorite outfit of the trip was this cute baby doll dress (also not maternity) that bellows out quit a bit which is perfect for room for the bump! I paired it with my Rebecca Minkoff fanny pack I have a whole post on and the belt creates a waist so that I'm not wearing a mumu. Can you believe that what was considered "appropriate" for pregnant women in the 80s? Those poor girls.
You will notice I wore the same sneakers and jean jacket multiple times. Gotta pack light when traveling! Also like I've said before, maternity clothes are a scam, other then maybe a few pairs of leggings and jeans, you can find things in you closet that will work or borrow your mans clothes!
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