Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Tunic Time

Tunic: NOM Black Liz Colorblock Tunic c/o
It is tunic time in my world. 

As I am fast approaching my due date, clingy clothing is not really cutting it anymore. Being pregnant-- especially in your third trimester-- in the prime of summer can be tough. You start to swell all over-- hands, feet, ankles, basically you feel like a swollen balloon. It is really easy to just let your style go and just become frumpy. The problem with this is that not only do you feel huge, you are not dressing to make yourself feel good. This becomes problematic. 

So what is a girl to do???! Luckily, Belly Dance Maternity has this chic NOM Black Liz Colorblock Tunic for those days when I want to look cute but feel super comfortable. This tunic has become one of my favorite maternity wear pieces. The material is so soft and the colorblock design makes it a staple in any pregnant girl's wardrobe. I highly recommend you stop by Belly Dance Maternity and check out the adorable options in tunics they have. 

Have you entered the Belly Dance Maternity $25 gift card giveaway yet??? If not head over HERE and get signed up so you can get some cute items from this awesome company!




7 comments :

  1. Could you be any more precious?! Oh my gosh! Love that tunic!

    Thanks for linking up with me at Tucker Up!

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    1. Thanks, Sarah! Love your blog posts as usual!

      Xx Kelly

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  2. I love that tunic so much!! You look gorgeous as always!

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    1. Thank you so much, Niki! I hope you are feeling well!
      Xx Kelly

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  3. You look amazing girl!! That tunic is perfect! Thanks for linking up!

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    1. Thanks, Amanda! Love your link up!!
      Xx Kelly

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