Feature Friday: Calling All Pregnant Moms... - PROJECT 6

Feature Friday: Calling All Pregnant Moms...

May 29, 2015 0 Comments

Our friend and fashion sister Abby Klein of A' La Modesty (www.alamodesty.com) knows just how to rock her belly bump! Before she had her baby this week (!!!!!!), she shared some photos of just how to dress up that baby bump. Her little baby was practically born with a fashion sense!

Here's what Abby says:

"Pregnancy can be hard. Uncomfortable. Heartburn ridden, and swollen. But that will never be able to negate the fact that we still just want to be fabulous. With a growing uterus in the way, there are a myriad of maternity options out there to suit any body type. Yet even with all of these antepartum fashion needs taken into consideration, some girls vehemently decline the maternity motif within their own wardrobes, in search of something more like what they wore before the baby belly. What’s a modestly expectant girl to do when in need of some sartorial solace for the next 9 months? These are the labels I have been living in for (almost) 40 weeks, and will continue to don ever after. That’s the benefit of finding clothing that is not necessarily designated for the pregnant belly brigade; you can continue to wear them regardless of your maternal state of being" -www.alamodesty.com

Pregnancy can be hard.  Uncomfortable.  Heartburn ridden, and swollen.  But that will never be able to negate the fact that we still just want to be fabulous.  With a growing uterus in the way, there are a myriad of maternity options out there to suit any body type.  Yet even with all of these antepartum fashion needs taken into consideration, some girls vehemently decline the maternity motif within their own wardrobes, in search of something more like what they wore before the baby belly.  What’s a modestly expectant girl to do when in need of some sartorial solace for the next 9 months?  These are the labels I have been living in for (almost) 40 weeks, and will continue to don ever after.  That’s the benefit of finding clothing that is not necessarily designated for the pregnant belly brigade;  you can continue to wear them regardless of your maternal state of being. - See more at: http://www.alamodesty.com/labels-live/#sthash.E8tzwVcs.dpuf
Pregnancy can be hard.  Uncomfortable.  Heartburn ridden, and swollen.  But that will never be able to negate the fact that we still just want to be fabulous.  With a growing uterus in the way, there are a myriad of maternity options out there to suit any body type.  Yet even with all of these antepartum fashion needs taken into consideration, some girls vehemently decline the maternity motif within their own wardrobes, in search of something more like what they wore before the baby belly.  What’s a modestly expectant girl to do when in need of some sartorial solace for the next 9 months?  These are the labels I have been living in for (almost) 40 weeks, and will continue to don ever after.  That’s the benefit of finding clothing that is not necessarily designated for the pregnant belly brigade;  you can continue to wear them regardless of your maternal state of being. - See more at: http://www.alamodesty.com/labels-live/#sthash.E8tzwVcs.dpuf
Pregnancy can be hard.  Uncomfortable.  Heartburn ridden, and swollen.  But that will never be able to negate the fact that we still just want to be fabulous.  With a growing uterus in the way, there are a myriad of maternity options out there to suit any body type.  Yet even with all of these antepartum fashion needs taken into consideration, some girls vehemently decline the maternity motif within their own wardrobes, in search of something more like what they wore before the baby belly.  What’s a modestly expectant girl to do when in need of some sartorial solace for the next 9 months?  These are the labels I have been living in for (almost) 40 weeks, and will continue to don ever after.  That’s the benefit of finding clothing that is not necessarily designated for the pregnant belly brigade;  you can continue to wear them regardless of your maternal state of being. - See more at: http://www.alamodesty.com/labels-live/#sthash.E8tzwVcs.dpuf
Pregnancy can be hard.  Uncomfortable.  Heartburn ridden, and swollen.  But that will never be able to negate the fact that we still just want to be fabulous.  With a growing uterus in the way, there are a myriad of maternity options out there to suit any body type.  Yet even with all of these antepartum fashion needs taken into consideration, some girls vehemently decline the maternity motif within their own wardrobes, in search of something more like what they wore before the baby belly.  What’s a modestly expectant girl to do when in need of some sartorial solace for the next 9 months?  These are the labels I have been living in for (almost) 40 weeks, and will continue to don ever after.  That’s the benefit of finding clothing that is not necessarily designated for the pregnant belly brigade;  you can continue to wear them regardless of your maternal state of being. - See more at: http://www.alamodesty.com/labels-live/#sthash.E8tzwVcs.dpuf 

So, here's a few dresses at Project 6 that you can rock whether you have a baby bump or not!

The Sache dress as pictured above!

The Ren dress in Nude!

The Kana Vest/Shirt Top

The Emiko Skirt

The Karin Top

The Oka Dress in White

The Akari Dress in White

The Yoko Dress

The Maaya dress (when it's back in stock on June 20, sign up to be notified when it's back)



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