Wednesday 13 March 2013

Maternity Fashion - 30 weeks

Is this winter not over? Is my pregnancy not over?  Both seem to be dragging a bit.  Don't get me wrong, I'm not wishing time away but I'm not finding this pregnancy easy at all.  I'm still suffering from sickness a few days most weeks (I had a few weeks respite between 22-25 weeks ish I think). Then there's the SPD, pelvic pain, varicose veins, heartburn, restless/achy legs, carpal tunnel (that in particular makes blogging hard, I have to be careful about noting tapping away at a laptop for too long!). Ugh.  The list goes on and I don't feel like being a stylish Mum.  I feel the temptation to never leave the house and wear only baggy t shirts and trackie bottoms coming on...

Don't worry.  I won't succumb   Apart from anything else, I have to leave the house to get Ethan to and from preschool.  I'm not about to start slumming it.  At least not in public!!

So.. here's a few outfits from weeks 29-30.  A mixture of maternity wear and "normal" clothes.  I'm still trying to mix it up a bit.  If we ever get any warmer weather I might be able to diversify further!!

Cropped cardigan - Room 31
Dress - Charity Shop
Scarf - Local boutique
Tights - New Look (not maternity)
Boots - Wrangler
Necklace - Stella & Dot (via me)
Owl Ring - New Look (old)

Beret - H&M
Dress - Dorothy Perkins Maternity
Cardigan - New Look
Tights - H&M Mama
Boots - Uggs via

Red Nose - Ethan's 
Stripy top - GAP
Ring - Local Boutique
Lego Flower Earrings - ebay

Looking back (OK, I know it's only a couple of outfits) I think I've done OK.  I'm still trying.  Just.  Let's see how I'm doing at 40 weeks!!

This post will be linked up in several places:

The Friday Baby Shower with Mum's Make Lists
Watch What I'm Wearing with Watch Out for the Woestmans
Sunday Style with Plane Pretty
Visible Monday with Not Dead Yet Fashion


  1. You look amazing. How well I remember those days of feeling awful but really you are doing it in style xx

    1. Thanks Miriam! I don't feel it, but it's nice to know I look better than I feel! x

  2. I think you are looking fab Alex! I had SPD and carpal tunnel as well so I remember your pain!
    ✰Transatlantic Blonde✰

  3. Alex, I'm sorry to hear you're experiencing all those icky aches and pains! You are, however, looking lovely as ever and your style does not seem to have suffered one bit. Love that bright beanie! And your sense of humor is what will keep you going, Girl! The red nose is fab on you!!! ~Sarah

  4. I’d love for you to join in the link-up that I host on my blog. It’s called My Pregnancy Journal and it’s for all posts related to pregnancy, babies, and motherhood. Link up birth stories, baby milestones, pregnancy updates, or tips and advice.
    Plus, it’s a great place to get and give encouragement and prayer during this season of life.

  5. Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog. You are one stylish Momma :) I'm not thin like you but I thought it was fun to dress cute and show off my belly bump when pregnant with my daughter. Thanks for sharing your looks. Now following via Bloglovin'
    ~Jackie @ The Non-Martha Momma

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