amanda-176.jpg

Hi.

Welcome to Value Minded Mama. This is my happy place where I document my adventures in style, thrifting, saving money, travel and being a SAHM. We're adding another little love to our brood in November, and we're so excited to become a family of four. Love that you're here! Feel free to check out my social media channels below for more from Value Minded Mama.

A Comfy Maternity Loungewear Jumpsuit

A Comfy Maternity Loungewear Jumpsuit

I am a big fan of comfort. I love soft fabrics. Because I live in the south, I really appreciate thin, breathable fabrics. I also love one piece outfits like dresses and rompers. They're so easy to put on in the morning and already look put together. You can do your hair, or not. You can put make-up on, or not. You can even accessorize if you want, or not. When you have an instant one piece ensemble, you already look presentable - no matter what extras you include or what you're doing.

 

name.png
 

This jumpsuit is perfect for the pregnant mom who wants to be comfy but still look put together. I can wear this jumpsuit anywhere I regularly take my son (zoo, children's museum, shopping, library). I'm chasing after a toddler all day, so I need clothes that are going to help me, not hinder my time with my little guy.

I really like the breathable fabric of this jumpsuit. It's perfect for those muggy humid summer days. It's also great for lounging around the house, and would be great for after baby too. Oh, and it also has pockets. Gotta love ANYTHING with pockets!

Some things to note about the Brooklyn Jumpsuit; it will not work for everyone, and not during an entire pregnancy. Although I love how thin the fabric is, it also makes this jumpsuit more like loungewear than everyday wear. I wouldn't necessarily recommend this to the office, or a fancy date night. It's more of a sporty, leisure piece. And I will admit I had some trouble finding a bra that didn't show through, was the style I wanted, and was still appropriate.

Also, the drawstring hits me at an unflattering angle (in my opinion). It's straight across, and for my specific baby bump, it would be much more flattering if it curved up some. My bump is low, and it doesn't fall right below my bump either, but a little above that area. If I was earlier in my pregnancy, this would not be a problem at all, because my bump wouldn't be as pronounced.

 

So, I would recommend the Brooklyn Jumpsuit during the first or early second trimester of pregnancy. As a second time mom, my bump is growing faster, sooner. If it's your first pregnancy, you might get away with wearing this jumpsuit the entire 9 months. It would also work great before/after pregnancy, as there would be no bump to worry about and flatter the figure more. Also, nursing moms would find this super comfortable around the house, and easy to pull down for feedings.

Tiff Marie has some other great pieces as well. She's got fun tops, and some gorgeous dresses. Check out her site below for more maternity fashion <3 Amanda

 

 

*Standard Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received product for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own, based on my experience.*

Free Products for Pregnant Moms

Free Products for Pregnant Moms

The Life of a Stay at Home Mom

The Life of a Stay at Home Mom