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    Cross betwen Kat von and a young Courtney love. Usually black skinnies, music T/singlet and boots. Pretty casual but I manage to dress it up when I go out.

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    It's pretty cold here so I'm almost always in dresses with tights/leggings. I'm loving black ankle boots at the moment, and pencil skirts for work. I also wear a lot of vintagey style dresses with a cardy and boots/ballet flats with some edgy jewelry.

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    My current style is Daggy Mum. It usually includes jeans one size too big (I'm stuck between sizes after having lost some weight), a plain t-shirt, and usually some sort of hoody, if I'm lucky it hasn't been thrown up on/got food/snot/dirt smeared on it since I put it on in the morning. Hair tied up coz it's then I don't need to do it. If I have the 5mo in a carrier then my good runners for support. I try not to leave the house in trackies but it does happen when I'm really over it.

    When I feel fancy I put on a nice jumper instead of the hoody. Usually it's when I think it might not get violated by the boys.

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    Trackies, hoodie or jumper and uggs really bumming it.
    Sometimes a tunic top with leggings and boots if I wanna dress up but trying to loose more weight so don't wanna be buying new clothes just yet

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    I'm a bit all-over-the-place. These days it's strictly pajamas or onesies inside the house. This includes visits from tradespeople and door knockers. If they don't like being face to face with a pregnant woman in a Tardis print onesie that has soup stains down the front, they can go elsewhere. Outside of the house, it depends on mood.
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    Ahhhh ToughLove I so want your shirt!!!

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    Red or black skinnies, plain maternity tshirt with either a hoody, or a blazer, and black chuck taylors. Thats all i live in when i leave the house these days


    Prior to pregnancy iwas wearing black or red skinnies, with a selection of threadless tshirts and chuck tailors.

    Occasionally a summer dress here or there, singlets etc... But mostly just jeans and t'shirts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    It's pretty cold here so I'm almost always in dresses with tights/leggings. I'm loving black ankle boots at the moment, and pencil skirts for work. I also wear a lot of vintagey style dresses with a cardy and boots/ballet flats with some edgy jewelry.
    This is me too - except for the black ankle boots, mine are navy blue

    I'm going back to work tomorrow and literally had to dust off my pencil skirt before. Hasn't been worn in 2.5 years (pregnancy then maternity leave ever since) so hopefully I can still squeeze my way into it. Otherwise I'll wear a long sleeved silk vintage dress with black opaque stockings and boots (my standard uniform for work or casual!)

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    Any pics for the fashion-challenged of us? I'm usually in jeans, flats and a shirt of some kind. Usually not skinny jeans bacause I can't find a pair that don't make me look allllllllll hips


 
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