Monday, June 30, 2014

Modest Maternity: 4th of July

Good Morning! Today is such an exciting day, we are beginning our series on modesty maternity style. You can read more about my reasons for wanting to write about how to have a modest (yet stylish!) maternity wardrobe here. As I mentioned previously I will be featuring one item of clothing a week. I will show you four ways to style the featured piece of the week. I will try my best to tell you where it came from (including a link if possible!) as well as how much I paid for it.

Since this is the first week and it is the almost the Fourth of July I will be featuring two different articles of clothes. We have a lot of ground to cover so lets get started!

Today's first featured article of clothing is my brand new red maxi skirt. I got mine here for 14.95.
I love this skirt because it flows beautifully away from the body. The fabric is SO incredibly soft, it kind of makes me think of butter. Since it is almost the Fourth of July I paired this awesome skirt with four different "blue" tops. I chose not to do white because I am having issues with my ever expanding belly and knocking things over. I don't want to stain another shirt.

Red skirt: 14.95 on Amazon
Navy Blue and White Striped Shirt: Faded Glory (Walmart) Purchased from a thrift store for $1.00
Necklace: Thrift store $.50

Red skirt: 14.95 on Amazon
Blue Shirt: Motherhood Maternity, purchased from a thrift store for $1.00
Necklace: thrift store $.50

Red skirt: 14.95 on Amazon
Blue Shirt: Motherhood Maternity, purchased from a thrift store for $1.00

Red skirt: 14.95 on Amazon
Blue and White Striped Shirt: Faded Glory, Walmart $4.95
Earrings: Walmart $2.98

Today's second featured article of clothing is a blue maxi skirt that I got at the thrift store for $1.00. Although I really like it, it is no longer featured on Target's website, and it is a Target brand. Instead I would buy the blue version of the red skirt I mentioned above. The blue version of that awesome skirt is available here for $17.54. Again, I love this skirt because of the feel. It fits a pregnant body REALLY well. Again with the Fourth of July this week I paired this awesome skirt with four different "red" tops. 

Blue skirt: 17.54 on Amazon
Red Sweater: Mossimo from Target, purchased from a thrift store for $1.00
White Tank Top: Mossimo from Target, purchased from a thrift store for $1.00
Pin: Thrift store $1.50

Blue skirt: 17.54 on Amazon
Red T-Shirt: Motherhood Maternity, purchased from a thrift store for $1.00
Necklace: Thrift store $1.00

Blue skirt: 17.54 on Amazon
Red Top: Motherhood Maternity, purchased from a thrift store for $1.00
Necklace: Thrift store $2.50

Blue skirt: 17.54 on Amazon
Red and White Striped Shirt: Faded Glory, purchased from a thrift store for $1.00
Earrings: Walmart $2.50

So this is the wrap up of the very first of my Modest Maternity series. I hope that you enjoyed it. I will be posting more of these outfit examples often to my blog. It won't be on a regularly scheduled day, so be sure to check back often. 

What are you wearing for the Fourth of July? 

Are you looking to link up? If so, you should check out all the places I link up.
You can find them here!

10 comments:

  1. I LOVE the blue maxi skirt with red tops! Maxi skirts are a must-have during pregnancy!! :)

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  2. I love the turquoise top and drop down necklace as it makes it more feminine, and the blue striped nautical look! Isn't it fun!?!

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  3. Cute, cute!! Love maternity clothes...congratulations! :-)

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  4. Thanks for linking up with Mid Week Muse. I love that you made so many outfits out of your adorable maxis! xo

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  5. Love all your red, white, and blue! Although I have yet to be pregnant myself, maxi skirts seem like essentials! Glad you liked up!

    xo, Amy Ann
    The Real Arnolds

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  6. Adorbs looks! Loving all your necklaces!

    xx
    Giovanna
    www.HeyLoveBlog.com

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  7. You look great in your 4th of July style! Thanks for linking-up with Little Miss Monday! ;)

    God bless,
    XO, Claire
    http://www.littlemissfashionqueen.blogspot.com

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  8. Blue Shirt: Motherhood Maternity, purchased from a thrift store for $1.00. Necklace: thrift store $.50. Red skirt: 14.95 on Amazon. Blue Shirt: ... amotherhoodmaternity.blogspot.com

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