Striped Bell Sleeve Dress

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Striped Jumpsuit Dress | Kate Spade Tote | DSW Wedges | Rings c/o | Necklace c/o

You wouldn’t know it, but this dress is actually a jumpsuit too! For some reason it comes with shorts underneath and that’s probably geared more towards aiding taller women who still want to wear a short-ish dress in the summertime, although I never have a problem with dresses being too short since I’m 5”3. I adore this dress because of it’s structureless waistline perfect for pregnancy, bell sleeves, and seersucker pattern. Dresses/blouses with embellished sleeves always catch my eye like this mauve dress, this burgundy lace up top, and this lace fit and flare.

I’m happy to report I can still wear some outfits that don’t make me look pregnant! I’m always hearing a ton of women embracing their bump and showing it off in every outfit they wear, but in my second trimester I’ve yet to hit that point. Sometimes you can’t really tell if I’m pregnant and since this is my first baby I hear you start showing a lot later. Because of that, I’m always getting stares when I’m out in public from people wondering if I’m pregnant and to be honest it’s a little odd haha. Doug and I were looking at strollers in Nordstrom (I have my eye on this one) and of course the salesman yelled “Congrats!” from across the store to get my attention and I was thinking to myself how awkward that would be if I wasn’t actually pregnant! haha I’m sure I’ll get to a place where nothing will be able to hide my bump and I’ll finally start wearing more bump enhancing clothing, but for now I’ll just stick to flowy dresses:)


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