Monday, October 5, 2015

Third Trimester @ Week 32-35

I'm finally counting down towards the last two weeks of the third trimester so this might be my last #dressingthebump entry!

My not-so-small belly has been growing like crazy and I'm in awe of our my skin can stretch each day. Third trimester has been rather manageable so far with the exception of the endless pelvic pain since baby's head is already down and slowing down in my walking pace.

Dressing up is the hardest at this point as well with most of my dresses riding up so I'm relying on the wardrobe staples to take me through the final stage.

A tip for mum-to-bes: besides the maternity range that may not see the sunlight after popping, you can turn to skater dresses (flare bottoms), shift dresses, t-shirt dresses, midis and maxis to take you through this journey. For nursing wear, I love those wrap dresses and tops from ASOS which are chic enough to pass as normal wear. Also, the uniqlo's airism range is super comfortable and affordable which could be used for post-natal nursing too.

ASOS dress// Melissa shoes

ASOS Dress// HVV Flats

Smooch dress // C&K Bag

ASOS top // BKK pants

ASOS Dress// Keds shoes

ASOS dress & clutch // LB flats

VGY Dress// Celine Bag// HVV Shoes

ASOS Dress// Melissa Flats// Taobao Shoes

The Nine Dame Dress // Taobao Bag

ASOS top & skirt // TB Bag


Introducing Dote Nursing Wear, a nursing label that aims to style mothers with stylish nursing apparels. Most of their apparels are duo-function to take mothers through pregnancy and breast-feeding with ease.

This Mia Colour Blockdress is my favourite as it's of a flattering pencil cutting with work-appropriate length. It got me compliments the whole day and it was classy enough to attend a movie-premier after work as well. I'm currently wearing S for all their apparel which fits me fine with abit of allowance.

Nursing function which was hardly visible.

Another dress that Dorothy picked for me was 9th Street Dress in Turquoise which sport a light fabric empire dress with plenty of room to expand through the third trimester. The flirty hem and turquoise colour were not things that I usually wear so it was a girly change for the day.

I love how this Cheryl Dress flaunts the shoulders and flatters the bump at the same time.

Quote "eyelet10" for all orders on DOTE (valid till 30 November).


Judy Yap said...

What size are u wearing for asos maternity? Is it true to pre pregnancy size?

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