Morning to Afternoon

Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection. Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection. Amy Havins wears maternity clothing from the Rosie Pope for Kohl's collection.pajamas // robe // jeans // blouse (also love this white top)

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Now that I am 5 1/2 weeks away from my due date and I would be lying if I said the struggle of getting dressed was not real. Throughout my entire pregnancy thus far, I have been wearing various styles to accommodate my growing bump but between the constant repeat outfits and my bump getting bigger daily it’s getting harder and harder to feel cute while getting dressed!

For me, having a cute outfit to wear has made me feel so normal throughout my pregnancy. Pregnancy is such a weird thing because there are so many body changes but your mind is literally the same. You would think I would be used to it by now, but I still walk past a mirror and forget that I have a baby bump!

Throughout my pregnancy journey, I have been exposed to an entire new world of wardrobes, specifically clothing lines. Some are great to wear while pregnant and others not so much. Two clothing lines that I have recently been exposed to are a:glow and Pip & Vine by Rosie Pope at Kohl’s. I have always been such a fan of finding pieces that were great quality but at a reasonable price and these lines from Kohl’s are exactly that.

After hearing about a:glow and Pip & Vine by Rosie Pope that is currently at Kohl’s from a very stylish friend who is just a few weeks ahead of me in pregnancy, I knew I had to take a look. Oh my goodness gracious girls, these lines are just what I needed. Especially at this point in my pregnancy!

From cozy loungewear to jeans, pretty spring blouses and dresses that are ready for any fun night out; the a:glow and Pip & Vine by Rosie Pope collections have something for everyone’s needs throughout their pregnancy.

As someone who has loved lounging at home (especially early in the mornings and on the weekends); this loungewear set from the Pip & Vine by Rosie Pope collection has literally been amazing. Not only it is SO soft but the colors scream spring and it fits my changing body perfectly. This Pip & Vine by Rosie Pope lounger has been so wonderful to have the last few weeks!! Since I didn’t want to just stop at loungewear, I decided to treat myself to a cute lunch/casual outfit. I found this floral blouse and this pair of jeans from a:glow and they have been such fun to wear. Not only are the jeans such a great basic to have throughout pregnancy but the floral blouse is such a lovely silhouette and the print is so fun to wear (especially this time of year). Plus I will be able to wear it post baby!

As baby Ralph’s due date is rapidly approaching and I continue to check things off my ‘to do’ list; one of the things that has kept me feeling great throughout the last 8 months is making myself take a minute for myself. This could consist of a quiet cup of coffee in the early hours of the morning, reading a book, attending a work out or even a little shopping trip! I know once baby Ralph arrives, things will be a bit crazy, so these moments of ‘me’ time will be few and far between.

I am so thankful for how my pregnancy has been thus far and I am especially grateful to brands like a:glow and Pip & Vine by Rosie Pope for Kohl’s for making a girl feel normal in a totally different scenario!

pajamas // robe // jeans // blouse

images by sukilynn

6 Responses to Morning to Afternoon

  1. Allison says:

    Hi! Where are your wedges from? Love the outfits so cute!

  2. Christin says:

    You make pregnancy oh so stylish and you look great. Those pajamas are precious! I just ordered them! Thank you.

  3. Samantha says:

    Hi Amy,

    My husband and I recently welcomed our first child (Brooks Wilder “BW”) this April; that being said, I have loved following your pregnancy journey – especially your outfit posts. I sincerely appreciate your input and honesty when dressing your bump, and feel that it is the perfect guide for women who want to continue feeling pretty and put-together while carrying – which at times is so difficult. I actually was lucky enough to not have to purchase any maternity clothing until about 8 months in, but when the time came it was unbelievably frustrating. HM was a god send for me and my other mommy-to-be friends, we even joked that their maternity jeans should be considered the new “mom jean” because they are amazing! I’ll admit that I compensated with several accessory and shoe purchases just to make myself feel better when I felt my maternity wardrobe was in a rut – which is bound to happen.

    Anyway, I wanted to thank you for sharing your journey – You’ve really given a realistic but chic (and fresh) face to pregnancy! Good luck these final weeks; I can’t wait to see how your mommy style and baby style develops!

  4. Shreya says:

    You look gorgeous in both outfits. I would love to wear this kind of pretty stuff. I think these are just for my type.

  5. Alex says:

    Thanks! My feet were always sore when I was pregnant so it was hard to stay fit or even stand up for long periods of time but once I started using compression socks I felt a lot better and they really helped. I could stand and do exercises for a lot longer without a problem.

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