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Two Postpartum Looks from PinkBlush

Two Postpartum Looks from PinkBlush

Y’all know how much I love PinkBlush. I couldn’t resist sharing these great postpartum styles for all you mamas out there. PinkBlush specializes in adorable, flattering and comfy maternity clothes. In fact, most of my maternity wardrobe was PinkBlush. But did you know they offer women’s and women’s plus as well?

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The pieces I have chosen aren’t specifically labeled “postpartum clothing”, anyone could wear them, but I chose them because they work great with a postpartum mom bod. My selections are great for every day but can also be glammed up a bit.

 

Charcoal Tassel Trim Dolman Sleeve Knit Cardigan

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I love this fringe cardigan because it’s loose and flowy. And it’s perfect for winter. It’s a thicker material that’s buttery soft. It also has the fun fringe that is so cute for moms or teachers (you know, people who’re around kids all day). The fringe also makes it really easy to pair accessories with, because the colors are all there in the fringe. In this look, I wore the cardigan with a tank top because it was a little warm that day, but it would also work really well with a long sleeve shirt for colder weather.

 

Ivory Crisscross Front Ribbed Knit Top

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This crisscross top fits a bit differently than I thought it would. On the model on the website, it looks like a more form-fitting style. But when I wear it, it’s very loose on top and more fitted on the bottom. Kind of like a batwing style, with tight sleeves. It is a stretchy material though, which is great for a postpartum mom. It’s very comfortable and the crisscross adds a little extra detail. The ribbed pattern gives it texture too. And I love this color because it will go with so many other pieces in my wardrobe.

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But don't just take my word for it! Check out PinkBlush and see what you could score for your postpartum wardrobe! I’m not nursing, but PinkBlush also has some really great nursing tops and dresses. They really know how to cater to the momma lifestyle, and make her look gorgeous! What are your favorite go to postpartum or mama pieces?

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