So excited about this dress!
My uniform of late has been either grey maternity trousers for work or maternity skinny jeans out of work.
Who am I kidding?! My out-of-work uniform has been PJs for weeks.
I realised at about 17 weeks that anything restrictive around the hips would start baby tap dancing on my bladder. Excessively uncomfortable when suffering from repeated urine infections – stretchy became my friend.
But this dress. It’s not maternity. It’s just a Floral Print Tea Dress from George. I did size up and it’s a little big on the chest right now, but that just gives me room to grow!
I love the shape of it, it has a little key hole detailing on the neck and a high waist that sits over bump. It also has a tie round the waist, so you can tighten it up a little if you were to size up in anticipation but want a more defined waist. It also has a zip fastening down the back, from neck to hip, making it really easy to get on and off.
It’s a light cotton feel material, so it will work summer and winter I think. Or for snow in late April if you’re being treated like us. It’s black with a pink and white floral design, I think they might have more colours, but, honestly, I was shopping on a tablet and ASDA’s website is shockingly difficult to navigate on mobile.
And all for £14 from George at ASDA. It’s a bit of a steal.
Where did I wear my new dress I hear you ask? Well, work. Look at my little(ish) bump hiding under the desk!
I did go to Ikea and Mothercare as well. My Friday’s brim over with excitement.
I spent far too much at ASDA the other day, I’m trying to justify it by saying that I really do need bigger clothes now (and baby needs clothes too!).