Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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I’ve reached the point in my pregnancy where I wish I could just stay home and not go out feeling like I’m waddling like a penguin. ๐Ÿ™‚ ย However, since I’m not due until around the end of March, that isn’t possible! I feel big and uncomfortable, but I’m still trying to put some outfits together that look halfway decent.
Blue Maxi Maternity Dress with a sweater and belt. Comfortable for third trimester!

I wasn’t sure how this outfit was going to turn out – I’m not very confident with mixing prints. My husband is good at colors (that’s the artist in him!) and he told me I could pull it off so I wore this to church.

This crochet sweater is so feminine and lovely!

I love this cardigan I found on ThredUP! New it was $100 (which I would never pay for a cardigan!) but it was on there for much less and I was able to use credit to get it. It’s not a maternity sweater, so I will be able to wear it all spring.

Maxi Dresses are really comfortable for the third trimester of pregnancy!

I think maternity skirts are more flattering, as dresses can make you look extra big. The nice thing about dresses is that they are super comfortable, and most mama’s just want to be comfortable!

I wore the matching Hues of Blue flexi clip and headband. So easy for a quick morning hairstyle!

Hues of Blue Flexi Clip!

What I Wore

Maternity Maxi – Motherhood Brand (found on ThredUP, new customers can get $10 of credit when you join through my link!)

Cardigan – Isaac Mizrahi Live brand (found on ThredUP)

Belt – We used to sell these on Deborah & Co. We have one left in stock. If there is enough interest I’ll get more for spring!

Shoes – Zulily– Even though it makes me nervous ordering shoes online I’ve been able to find several good pairs on Zulily.

Flexi Clip and Headband – Hues of Blue size medium flexi clip and headband.

Makeup – L’BRI pure and natural

Link Up Time!

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Comments

  1. You look beautiful!

  2. That was about the time I was also getting tired of my maternity clothes, lol! You look adorable and you did a great job mixing prints! I love mixing florals and plaids and polka dots will go with anything, lol! Thanks for hosting today.

  3. You look beautiful: if ‘waddling penguins’ were that stunning, we would have no problem raising support for ecological ventures ๐Ÿ˜‰ I just love that belt.

  4. Oh my gosh. I think you look absolutely exquisite. This link-up and blog is one of my favorite places to visit. I love your style and grace. You represent the beauty of modesty.
    I wish you blessings in the continued pregnancy journey. I was there, feeling the way you feel, only just four-months ago. Now I am enjoying the smiles and giggles, and thankful for my little treasures. God bless you. Have a good day!

  5. You look wonderful!!!

  6. Michele @ Family, Faith and Fridays says:

    You look beautiful, Caroline! Very nice outfit!

  7. Jacqueline says:

    Nice outfit – Sean was right!!

  8. Thanks so much for hosting the linkup today!! I love your new denim skirt!! I will have to come back and buy it since I am in need of new skirts.

  9. Lanae Bond says:

    That is such a beautiful dress and you look lovely in it!

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