If you are like me, then you dread shopping for maternity clothes. It requires searching for styles that you actually like and then finding clothes that fit your growing belly well. For Mother’s Day, we took a family trip to the mall so that I could try on some maternity clothes. I was so disappointed when I didn’t find anything besides a few t-shirts. I wasn’t willing to pay $30 for a shirt that I thought was okay. I want to love it if I’m going to spend $30 on it. Pink Blush Maternity saved my Mother’s Day wardrobe dilemma.
In the picture above, I’m wearing the Navy Lace Colorblock Maxi Dress. I did need to wear a tank top under it, along with a short sleeve open cardigan over it, but this dress was so comfortable and made the perfect Mother’s Day outfit.
Pink Blush clothes are so soft and stretchy while flattering at the same time. Unfortunately, I’m not one of those people that just get a little belly bump when pregnant and especially with this being my fourth child in five years, I tend to gain weight all over.
I’m also excited because the quality of these clothes are amazing. I’m confident that they will hold up really well and that I will be able to wear them again when we have more children.
Head on over to Pinkblushmaternity.com and check out their adorable, fashionable clothing.
Also, one of the wonderful things about Pink Blush is they don’t just carry maternity clothes; they have a little something for everyone! They offer nursing clothes, women’s clothing, plus sizes, baby clothes, and accessories.
If you would like to try Pink Blush, enter the giveaway below! The winner will be announced on June 4th!
Disclaimer: If you have won a Pink Blush giveaway in the past 3 months, you will not be eligible to win.
Congratulations to LaTanya Thornhill, the winner of this giveaway!
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