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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

28 Week Bumpdate [Our pPROM + Pre-Term Labor Journey]


To be honest, I've been dreaming of writing this post for weeks. What's funny about that is I've only done one true bumpdate this entire pregnancy! I did the pregnancy tag right after we announced and then did a 16 week update, but that's it! At 20 weeks, I shared about our gender reveal/baby-q, and then meant to do a 24 week bumpdate, but everything changed at 23 weeks. If you haven't been following along on my Facebook or Instagram, you may not know exactly what I'm talking about, so I wanted to take today's post to talk about where we've been the last 5 weeks and where we hope to go. Please excuse if this post gets a little rambly/emotional, but frankly, that's who I am these days!

On Monday, July 25th, I started experiencing Braxton-Hicks contractions. I had heard that around 20 weeks+ they can start happening, so I didn't think too much of it. It was really hot out and I had had a really busy weekend, so I just chalked it up to that. I knew they were a little more frequent and more painful than I had read that they should be, but I was scheduled for my monthly checkup that Tuesday anyhow, so figured I'd just bring it up to my doctor then. On Tuesday, I told my Dr (who is pregnant with twins!) and she told me that around that time is when she started feeling them, too, and that I was fine. She checked my cervix and it was still nice and closed so she sent me on my merry way. That night, I had a work dinner, so even though I wasn't feeling great, I headed out for that. I was feeling those contractions the whole time and went home and crashed after dinner. I had a huge work presentation that Wednesday morning, and while I was getting ready I was on the phone with my best friend telling her how much this kid was giving me a run for my money with these pains! But, I felt OK so I headed out to my meeting. After my meeting, my team and I went to lunch and then we headed out to look at some stores. We went to one store and I was kicking myself for wearing heels and realized how much I had to go to to the bathroom. We were about to head to the next store (15 miles south of where we were) so I just figured I'd go once we got there. I pull up to the store, get out of my car, and realize there is fluid gushing down my legs. When I say gushing, I mean GUSHING. Filling my shoes gushing. I'm wearing a dress so it takes me a minute to realize what's happening. I tell my boss I need to make a phone call and immediately call my doctor. I wasn't even sure what to think at that point! Was I peeing myself?! I didn't know. I told the doctors office what was going on and they told me they wanted me to come in, but weren't sure if I should go to the doctor's office or the hospital. All I knew was that I was 25 miles south of my doctors office, and 30 miles south of the hospital. So, I just started driving north. Not before my gas light came on, though! So, I'm standing at the gas pump with fluid rushing down my legs. I get in the car and start driving and call my sister. She calms me down and tells me if they're not having me call 911 it can't be that serious and to just head toward the hospital (which the Dr eventually calls back and tells me to do, too). I call Mike and he laughs and says I probably peed myself. So, I drive the 30 miles to the hospital and waddle up to triage with tissue between my legs as I"m still leaking. Then the excitement really begins.

I walk up to triage which ends up being a long dark hallway with hardly anyone around. A nurse finally tells me to go pee in a cup and sit in a room and change into a gown. I'm still leaking heavily at this point, so she has me lay on a pad. I'm not kidding when I say an hour goes by before anyone even comes to check on me. Mike is calling and texting asking if he should come to the hospital, and I'm not sure what to tell him, half thinking I'm just peeing. If no one is coming to see me, it can't be that serious, right?! WRONG. All of a sudden, 4 doctors bust into my room, and Mike shows up just in the nick of time. They do a speculum test to see if the fluid is really amniotic or just pee/discharge. Within minutes, they confirm I'm in pre-term labor due to pPROM and that I may be having this baby tonight. Mike and I look at each other with tears in our eyes, not sure what we've just heard. They start pumping me with an IV and antibiotics (to ward off infection, which can be really bad if you've ruptured early) and give me a shot in my thigh of steroids to help develop little guy's lungs in case I deliver early. They tell me the hospital is going to be my home now, but that they're going to transfer me to a different hospital with a better NICU, one that is prepared to deliver and care for babies that small. Babies that small?! We couldn't believe it. I was only 23 weeks along! They tell me I could deliver that night, or it could be in 11 weeks, when I reach 34 weeks which is when they'd induce me. After 34 weeks, it becomes more dangerous to me/him to keep him in, so they'd want to bring him out by then. So, Mike heads home to get me some clothes/toiletries, while I wait 2 hours for an ambulance to come take me to my new home.

That evening, we settle into the new hospital and are flooded with timelines, milestones, scary statistics from neonatal doctors, and an incredibly overwhelming feeling of uncertainty. The doctors tell us that our little guy has less than a 20% chance of surviving at that point since I'm only 23 weeks. We get an ultrasound which shows that, surprisingly, I have some fluid left and that he weighs 623 grams! 500 grams is considered viability at that point in a pregnancy. So, that confirms that the hospital will be my new home indefinitely. They tell us that majority of women who rupture so early deliver within the first 24 hours, the rest within 72, and nearly all within the first week. They desperately want me to make it to the next day so I can get the next round of steroid shots so he has a fighting chance at breathing on his own. That begins my new normal. Every Monday I'd get ultrasounds to see how my fluid levels and cervix are looking and every other Wednesday I'd get a growth scan to see how the little guy is growing. The doctors weren't even sure I'd make it to that Monday, though, let alone any following Mondays. That first week is a terrifying blur. I remember looking at the clock just hoping for each incremental hour to pass. My parents arrived that Friday, which was both so needed and so scary. I could tell they were terrified for their grandchild. Fast forward, and days turned into a week, and I made it to the first BIG milestone - 24 weeks. The doctors told me that was a huge milestone and that if I could keep going and make it to 28, he'd have an incredibly better shot at survival. Those 7 days had felt like a lifetime, how could I do another month?! Let alone another 6 weeks after that! But here I am. After countless flower deliveries, visitors, prayers, and I'm sure what can't be anything other than luck, we're here. We've made it to 28 weeks. The doctors here all call me their "lucky one" and hope I can go even a few more weeks.

Over the last 5 weeks, I've learned more than I ever wanted to know about pregnancy, including BPP, decels and excels, IUGR, and all sorts of other terminology and tests. I'm hooked up to a monitor twice a day where we listen to his heartbeat and watch for contractions. I have my weekly ultrasounds and bi-weekly growth scans. Other than that, I'm stuck in this bed with only bathroom privileges. Mike and I are so grateful we've made it this far, and would be thrilled with even a few more weeks, but as always, anything can happen at any time. Literally. As difficult as bed rest has been for me, I know this is the easy part. Delivery and the impending NICU time are going to be the real test. First off, he's breech, which means a likely c-section, and a classical, at that. Depending when he decides to come, we could be looking at months in the NICU, full of scary things like brain bleeds, blood transfusions, NEC, and the list goes on and on. We're trying to stay positive and just remember that for each day I stay pregnant, it's 2 potential less days he'll need in the NICU. I spend my days and nights reading preemie success stories and find a little sliver of hope in each narrative of an under 2 lb baby who's now in college. I realize this is absolutely my longest blog post ever, but I've been wanting to share our story for so long, but always felt so scared to. But, we've made it this far and can only hope to go a bit farther. This pregnancy has certainly been an adventure since day one. In fact, I almost feel guilt for hating life so much when I was suffering from hyperemesis, as I'd gladly take that back over what we're going through now. But I would do anything for my son, including spend 11 weeks in this bed if I have to. If I didn't feel like a mom before, I sure do now. Mike and I so badly want our baby to come into this world healthy and happy and we desperately pray every day that that can become our reality. While the next 6 weeks, heck, even 6 months, are uncertain, we're hopeful.

WHEW! That was about ten mouthfuls. But now that all that has been said, I did want to answer a few standard bumpdate questions before I go.

Name: We finally have it! We won't be sharing til he's here, but it feels good to be able to refer to him as something other than "he" :)
Movement: All the ultrasound techs here joke that our little guy is a "mover and groover". He moves so much! He's breech, so I can feel his little legs kicking my pelvis/bladder all the time. He especially loves to party at night, which doesn't help the fact that I already can't sleep well!! But, we're grateful he moves so much because it's a reassuring sign at his gestational age/size.
Size: At our 27 week growth scan, he was measuring in the 38th percentile overall, at an estimated weight of 2 lbs. At the 25 week growth scan, he was looking a little small, so they were worried about IUGR, but he seems to look more on track now so we only can hope he'll continue to grow! I'll get another growth scan at 29 weeks and we hope he'll be closer to 2.5 lbs by then. Because he's breech, it makes getting the measurements really difficult, so these numbers can be understated (which we hope they are)! Babies over 2 lbs tend to have a little better luck in the NICU, so we're glad he's at least in that ballpark.
Cravings/Aversions: I've been a little nauseous the last few days and really hope my hyperemesis isn't rearing it's ugly head. But, I've been really trying to up my protein intake for the little guy so I've been eating a lot of peanut butter, greek yogurt, chicken, and eggs. I've also started drinking a lot of coconut water, which is supposedly good for rebuilding amniotic fluid. I've been obsessed with these. As far as aversions, it's really mostly non-food smells, like strong perfumes!
Weight gain: I lost 23 lbs with my hyperemesis, and have since gained 10 of those back, putting me at about 12-13 lbs under my pre-pregnancy weight. I've gained 4 of those 10 back since I've been in the hospital. I'm hoping to gain it all back before I deliver if it means the little guy is growing!
Nursery:  It's getting there! God love Mike. He's spent practically every weekend since I've been in here working on it, assembling furniture, hanging pictures, etc. While it makes me so sad we can't do this together, he's actually loving that it's one of the few dad things he's getting to do for now. Luckily we had had the room painted the weekend before I got in here, so it's just been a matter of ordering furniture and what not. While it won't be exactly what we had in mind, it's coming along quite nicely!
Pregnancy items: I've shared my recent beauty and loungewear faves here on the blog, but I don't want to share too much else since I plan to do a nursery reveal once we're all home! I am quite obsessed with our rocker, though!
And finally, thank you, thank you, THANK YOU to everyone who's wished us well, come to visit, kept us in your prayers, sent flowers/gifts, etc. We have the best people rooting for our little guy and we feel so lucky to have the support system we do. If you can say a little prayer for a few more weeks, we'd appreciate it! And if you have any questions at all about anything I've shared in this post, PLEASE feel free to email me at pgchaulk@gmail.com. I'm an open book! Thanks so much for following along. Here's to making it a few more weeks, or by God's grace, October 12th.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

SIA Spa x Thread Cincinnati

Happy Tuesday! I wanted to share a fun event that my #threadcincy babes are hosting tonight at SIA Spa! If you're looking for plans or have been wanting to up your beauty pampering regimen, I highly recommend checking out what SIA has to offer! Get all the details + RSVP here! I (obviously) won't be there but you don't want to miss this one! Have a glass of bubbly for me.


Monday, August 29, 2016

Color Crush: Shades of Green

It's been FOREVER since I did one of these (like, February forever) so I figured as we move into fall was the perfect time to do another! I always love shades of green for my fall looks (like here + here + here), whether it be emerald or forest green or peridot. Below are some items I've rounded up that I love in these hues! Do you love this color as much as I do?!




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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

One Dress, Two Ways [Fall Transition Outfit]

I shared some of my favorite fall outfits last week, and today I wanted to share how I like to transition pieces from day to night during the time when it starts to cool down. I love this oxblood color of this dress! It is so cute and versatile and under $50! By pairing it with sneakers and a jean jacket, you're ready for a day at the farmer's market or out to brunch. For night time, you can swap out sneakers for lace up heels and denim for a leather jacket to bring on the edge AND glam. How do you transition staple, closet pieces like a flirty dress? PS - this post is not sponsored by Nordstrom, I just love finding pieces all from one retailer, especially one that has free shipping!



Look One: Dress // Denim Jacket // Sneakers // Necklace // Bag // Sunnies
Look Two: Dress // Leather Jacket // Heels // Earrings // Bag



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Monday, August 22, 2016

10 Things to Watch on Netflix

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Happy Monday! I'm back with another slightly untraditional post for me. So far while I've been on bed rest, I've shared what I'm wearing and what beauty products I'm loving, so I thought today I'd share what I've been watching. Being on bed rest is no joke. Netflix quickly became my best friend and I've watched some good stuff lately so I wanted to let you guys in on it. This list is kind of all over the place, ranging from TV to documentaries to movies, from horror to comedy. My taste is very diverse when it comes to what I watch, so I like to mix it up based on my mood. Leave me a comment on what you guys have been binging on lately and if there's any recommendations you guys have for me!

1.) Stranger Things - I'm only halfway through this but I love it! I won't give away too much but if you love sci-fi or older horror movies, you'll love this. It's so nostalgic and so well done. The child actors are amazing, as well! It's definitely living up to the hype.
2.) LOVE - If you're a Judd Apatow fan (40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up, etc), you'll love this. The two lead actors are so quirky and funny and the story progresses so naturally. It's only one season of 10 episodes so it's an easy, binge-worthy watch.
3.) Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - My sister and I watched the entire first season (18, 1-hour episodes) in 4 days! This show is literally CRAZY! If you thought Kimmy Schmidt was absurd (another favorite watch), Rebecca sometimes puts her to shame! This musical-comedy is so entertaining and the entire cast is hysterical.
4.) Freaks & Geeks - Such a classic. It's old, but so, so good. There's so many familiar faces (Seth Rogan, James Franco, etc) and it's so fun to watch them before they all got really big. It takes you back to your hihg school days, no matter what clique you were in.
5.) The Twilight Zone - Another oldie but goodie. I know, I'm a nerd. But I seriously love this show. I've seen too many episodes to count and I love them all. It's easy to turn on at any point because they're short episodes with no continuity. If you like to be scared in an old-fashioned way, this is the show to watch.
6.) Master of None - You guys, I LOVED this show! While it's been out for a while now, it's seriously so good. Aziz Ansari is brilliant in it and I truly believe all 20 and 30 somethings can relate to the show at some point. Again, wtih only one season, it's easy to binge-watch and get through it quick.
7.) Friends - Duh. No explanation needed.
8.) Begin Again - I never heard anyone talk about this movie when it first came out and I have no idea why. It's AMAZING. Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo are absolutely phenomenal in this and the music is so good, too. In fact, I bought the soundtrack on iTunes! Who does that?! ANd for you Adam Levine fans, he's in it too. You're welcome.
9.) Dear Zachary - Someone should've told me not to watch this movie while pregnant. Holy water works. I truly believe this movie is best watched when you know little to nothing about it. It's a documentary and it is such a crazy sad story. But worth watching. I've watched a TON of documentaries on Netflix, so if you want any more recommendations, let me now! I could do a whole post like this just on documentaries.
10.) Hush - If you're looking to cuddle up and watch a scary movie, this is it. Normally I don't love scary movies because I think they are either too cheesy or too legitimately terrifying, but this is the perfect middle-ground. I was in suspense the whole time but I still was able to sleep that night. It's pretty messed up at times, but well done for a lower budget horror flick.

So, there you have it. The list of what I've been toggling between the last few weeks. Let me know if there's a series I need to watch or if you've seen/love any of these that I've mentioned! 

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Favorite Fall Looks {+ how to recreate them!}

Here we are. Halfway through August! This time of year is usually my favorite as fall outfits start to really be on my mind. While I'm still posted up in this bed, I rounded up some outfits that I would normally start working into my rotation. I'm also linking items to help you recreate them as you, too, start contemplating some fall ensembles! A lot of the same pieces appear in multiple looks so this is great inspiration for making your closet work smarter. What's your go-to fall look that you're most excited to bring back? Leave me a comment!

One of my favorite posts ever! love a good blanket scarf paired with ripped jeans and fun shoes.



Pair a blanket scarf with leather leggings and add in some leopard for print mixing



Throw on a jean jacket with some printed joggers



Top a basic blouse with a fur vest + distressed denim



Wear blackwatch plaid to the office with a pencil skirt



White jeans are perfect in the fall with a blanket scarf and booties



A utility jacket and sneakers dress down some distressed denim



Layer a plaid with a sweater over flares



Pair plaid and leopard with a sweet skirt and coordinating bag



Dress up your office wear with a chic bag and coordinating booties



A longline vest is perfect over an everyday dress



A suede dress is perfect for mixing up everyday casual style


Monday, August 15, 2016

Favorite Loungewear

image via Arima

Last week I shared what beauty items I've been loving while on bed rest, so today I thought I'd share what items I've been wearing. While this is certainly different than my normal outfit posts, I actually love reading what other types of comfy clothes people love. Before I was on bed rest, I worked from home, so being able to be relaxed and still look put together has always been high on my priority list. Below are all the clothing items I've kept with me in the hospital that have me feeling still cute but comfortable for my bed rest.

1.) Comfy Cardigan - I mentioned this cardigan during the #nsale and I saw a few of you picked one up! I absolutely love how soft the inside is and the button detail is perfect for covering up when nurses or doctors come in. It's perfect to throw on over tanks and dresses and I've gotten a ton of wear out of this during my stay.
2.) Seamless Tank - these tanks are a DREAM! I actually recieved my first one as part of the PR package from when I did the event with Cincinnati Premium Outlets, and I immediately snagged a few more. They're beyond comfortable and the lack of seams makes it feel like a second skin! I highly recommend these if you're in the market for new camis.
3.) Joggers - these joggers are a dream. Comfy, cozy, and cute. Exactly what I'm looking for. I love these kinds of sweats for wearing out of the house, and they're perfect for my hospital stay. The stretchy waist accommodates my growing bump while the cuffed bottoms keep them looking structured.
4.) Nursing Nightgown - While I'm obviously not nursing yet, I had bought these nightgowns for post-partum and they're coming in handy now! They're so comfortable to sleep in and since they have the built-in bra, it's one less thing I need to worry about. I wear the cardigan I mentioned above over these.
5.) Active Tank - I love Forever21's active line and I actually bought these tanks pre-pregnancy. I love the fun detailing, though, and since they're cotton they're really easy to wear everyday.
6.) Long Sleeve Tee - this is hands down my favorite long sleeve tee I own. The material is so soft and it's a bit oversized. It's perfect to pair with leggings or joggers. The long sleeves help keep me warm, too.
7.) Rosie Pope leggings - I ordered these during the #nsale and I'm so glad I did. They're maternity so fit over my bump, but aren't too tight that I can't wear them for hours on end. They're the perfect leggings for being in public but also wanting to keep comfort first.
8.) Cozy Socks -  anyone who knows me well knows I'm always freezing. Being in this hospital is no exception. Having warm and fuzzy socks helps keep the chills at bay. 
9.) Lace Bralette - wearing a real bra is the least of my concerns right now. I have these bralettes in a few colors and love them to wear both day and night. The lace detailing is so cute (and looks adorable peeking out of tanks and dresses) but the lack of underwire makes them perfect for my situation.
10.) VS Cheekies - these are my favorite unmentionables for lounging. The cotton makes them comfy but the different colors/prints and lace detail still feel feminine. I have probably 10 pairs of these and love them so much.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Insta Lately

Since I'm confined to my hospital bed with no hopes of any new outfit posts for the foreseeable future, I didn't want to totally neglect the fashion side of this blog. I mentioned in Monday's post that I'm going to try to get creative with some posts for while I'm here on bed rest. An easy solution to that is sharing a roundup of the looks I had previously shot and have been sharing over on my instagram [where you can also find more consistent updates on my time on bed rest/baby Chaulk]. You know how these posts work so let me know if you have any questions!

This tee is so soft and perfect for so many looks! Size down.



This sweater is so cozy and comes in 4 colors. Order 1 size down!



top is old but im linking 2 similar styles plus these under $30 bag and shoes



Jacket, shirt, and shoes are all under $100 faves from the #nsale



this sweater is so cozy and shorts are under $25



blazer is still available and i'm linking great dupes for necklace + shoes



utility vest and maternity jeans are under $40


Monday, August 8, 2016

Hospital Beauty Must-Haves

One of the things I thought would be fun to share while I'm here in the hospital on bed rest is what is keeping me sane, beauty-wise. Because of my unique situation, I obviously didn't have time to pack a hospital bag, so I've really been able to realize what I can't live without. God bless Mike for constantly bringing me stuff from my bathroom that I remember I want! These items are all great for me while being here because they keep me feeling fresh and (somewhat) put together but are also all really great low-maintenance, everyday products. I really recommend these products for mamas-to-be at any stage in pregnancy, as well. Let me know if any of these make your holy-grail status, too!


1.) L'Oreal Blow Dry It Longwear Spray - This dry shampoo is a great, affordable option. I'm obviously not washing my hair everyday while I'm here, so I spritz some of this in before throwing my hair up in a top knot. It smells good and keeps everything feeling fresh when I'm too lazy to wash my hair.
2.) The Body Shop Wild Argan Oil - This product works overtime on both my skin and hair. I mix in a bit with my body lotion to keep my skin glowing and I also run a bit through the ends of my hair to keep it shiny. It smells amazing and I love the formula.
3.) Clarisonic Gentle Foaming Cleanser - This cleanser is so soft and gentle, just like it says. I have to limit my shower time here (maybe TMI), so it does the job in a short amount of time.
4.) L'Oreal Ideal Clean Towelettes - I keep these by my bedside for a quick refresh in the morning or to take off the day at night. The scent isn't overwhelming on these like some towelettes I've tried and they're a great, affordable option.
5.) Kiehl's Creme de Corps Body Lotion - This is my all-time favorite body lotion. It's so moisturizing with a really subtle scent. It heals even my driest patches (looking at you, knees and elbows). I always keep a bottle on hand. Pricey, but worth it for my skin.
6.) L'Oreal Infallible Eyeliner - This is THE blackest eyeliner that doesn't budge. While I haven't been wearing makeup in the hospital, having eyeliner on makes me feel like I at least look alive! I keep one of these in my purse and car, as well, as it's always good to have on hand.
7.) Biore Charcoal Pore Strips - These are just a necessity. Again, even though I'm in the hospital, I'm trying not to totally let myself go. These help the pores on my nose appear smaller. I've always been a little self-conscious of the skin on my nose and these go such a long way.
8.) L'Oreal Colour Riche Le Balm - These are my go-to lip balms for a rush of moisture and a touch of color. The shades are really subtle and just add a little tint while being super moisturizing. I have these in literally every color and keep them by my bedside here.
9.) Kiehl's Grapefruit Body Wash - This body wash is nourishing and luxurious and I love the scent. It makes me feel like I'm at home in my own shower. I am such a Kiehl's body junkie, and this product is no exception.
10.) L'Oreal Pure Clay Mask - Even though I'm in the hospital, I still want to pamper myself. My skin is actually feeling really good from taking such a long break from makeup, but this mask really helps to pull out impurities and keep me glowing. I highly recommend this range of (affordable) masks if you're looking for a new one to try!
11.) Kiehl's Hand Salve - This product is so great at keeping my hands soft and supple.
12.) GlamGlow PoutMud - this lip mask has been a Godsend for my dry lips here in the hospital. I put some on before bed and wake up with super soft lips. It's pricey but worth it to me. My lips are always cracking and dry and this is one of the few things that really works.
13.) Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Serum - I've raved about this product before, like in my last bumpdate post. It is truly a miracle worker for fixing up any blemishes, redness, or other unruly areas. It smells amazing and leaves your skin feeling so soft. I definitely can't live without this!

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Safari Summer [#nsale buy now, wear now]

I can't believe Wednesday is finally here. We've been counting down to this day since I got hospitalized last Wednesday, and it's crazy to think it's finally here. I hope that today remains quiet and that this little boy continues to stay in my belly!

Today's look is a little different than Monday's. While that outfit outwardly screamed summer, today's has more of a nod to fall. While it's still totally wearable in higher temps thanks to the breezy top and shorts, the color scheme and details are more fall-ready. I also love the subtle safari elements. From the green bag to the giraffe flats to the tusk necklace, this look reminds me of what I'd be packing if I were heading to Africa on safari! Sometimes it's fun to dress like you're heading out of town even when you're not! Especially now, there's something about fashion that can take you away from your everyday life and problems and make you feel like you're ready to jet off into the sunset! The best part of this look is that many of the pieces are a part of the #nsale, so you can buy them now AND wear them now before fall!











Top: Topshop // Shorts: J.Crew Maternity [non-maternity option on sale] // Necklace: Stella & Dot // Bag: Nordstrom [comes in 3 colors, $30] // Watch: Nixon // Ring: Charming Charlie // Sunnies: BP [$12] // Flats: Halogen [on sale for $60]

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