Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Pregnancy Style - Look 2

My second pregnancy style post is an outfit that I wore last weekend when the hubby and I went to see Fleetwood Mac in Birmingham.
We were even staying away for the night so I wanted to make an effort with what I was wearing as if you read my blog you will know that our date nights are few and far between. I always like to make more of an effort when going out as I like to look different to how I do on a regular basis.

I chose to wear a fab summer dress from the Camilla Mackintosh range which I bought from Millie Mackintosh has always been a style icon of mine. I was worried that the dress would not be suitable to wear whilst pregnant but I thought I'd order it and see how it looked.

I'm so glad I ordered it as it's absolutely perfect. The dress is unbelievably flattering and compliments my baby bump wonderfully. It is lovely and lightweight to wear which is ideal for the summer and for pregnant women. I honestly think that due to its material you would be able to wear this no matter what stage you were in your pregnancy.
I loved the fact that from the front you couldn't even tell I was pregnant. It's great as front on your bump magically disappears. 

You can buy the dress here, Dress.

The dress is quite low cut but in actual fact if your boobies have blossomed like mine have during pregnancy, then the cut is perfect. It is revealing but embrace your new figure. Don't let pregnancy stop you from feeling sexy and beautiful. All I did was wear the double sided sticky tape to make sure I didn't fall out.

The print on the dress is very on trend incorporating Boho and 70's. The tassels on the bottom are also huge this season and you need some form of tassel in your wadrobe. The dress was the ultimate choice to wear to a Fleetwood Mac concert as I felt I was channeling my inner hippy.
I wore it with my trusty floppy hat. A hat can change up any outfit and can be worn all year around. I got it from Oasis but it's no longer available so I have found an alternative from Next, Hat
The shoes I wore were black wedges which I bought from Next, get them here, Shoes. If you are taller than me you could get away with wearing a pair of flat sandals but I'm very short and the dress is very long so I had to wear heels.

I adore this dress and I have no doubt that I will be wearing it many more times during my pregnancy and after the baby arrives.

Have you bought anything from the Camilla Macintosh range? How would you have styled this outfit? 

Kerry x


  1. Love the dress! Your pregnancy style posts are all gorgeous. The hat is fab, so versatile. Lovely that you got to have a night away just the two of you, such a treat! x

  2. Oh, don't you look BEAUTIFUL! Pregnancy is suiting you tremendously and that dress is just gorgeous.

  3. You look beautiful, while it was nice being pregnant through the Winter and not suffering in the heat I did miss out on some beautiful outfits!