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Motherhood

My Go-To Mommy Outfits

It’s funny to think back to my life before Chloe. What was I doing? Where was I going? How did I dress before Chloe? Not much has changed too drastically, but I definitely have a different way of thinking about my outfits during the days that I spend with her. I now ask a series of questions in my head like: is there something she can tug off of this? Can I bend down to pick her up? Will I be comfortable on my feet all day in these shoes? If need be, can I chase her down while wearing this? You know, just mom stuff.

I put together my two go-to mommy outfits to show you guys that you can be comfortable and chic while chasing your baby around!

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Look 1: Midi Skirt & Stripes

This outfit is great because it’s the perfect balance between dressy and casual. The skirt gives the look a feminine vibe and the striped top is always a classic staple. When you think about chasing a toddler around, your first thought probably isn’t  “I’ll wear a skirt!” But, a midi-skirt (like this one) is the perfect solution. It’s long enough to sit in or bend over in without giving everyone a show, not to mention it’s super chicThis one in particular is super comfortable because it has an elastic waist, which means it’s not constricting at all.

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Look 2: Cardigan & Jeans

This is a much more laid back look that I love. A comfy pair of jeansa soft button-down and a cardigan is always a good every day mommy look. When I’m spending the day with Chloe, I like to wear cardigans as opposed to sweaters or pull-overs because it gives me better range of motion and I can take it on and off much easier. And, like the first look, I threw on my Gucci loafer slides (similar here) because a. they’re super comfortable and b. they go with everything! I don’t think I’ve thrown something on that they didn’t look good with. Which is probably why I wear them so much…

I know that when you’re spending all day with a toddler, you probably just want to throw on sweats or workout clothes and be done with it (if you must wear sweatpants- check these out) but if you put yourself together just a little bit, I promise you’ll feel better throughout the day!

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27 Comments
  • love all these looks, they’re super similar to my personal style

    Mel x

    http://mediamarmalade.com/

  • […] 1. They’re extremely comfortable– which makes them great for running errands and chasing Chloe around on the weekends. […]

  • I love outfit number 1. Even though I’m not a toddler, that outfit is my style. Midi skirts are my fave.

    Mich x

  • Love that cardigan! I cannot wait till it gets warm enough in NYC to wear mules and cardis again! I must know though, with comfort most likely being your number 1 priority for dressing, are the backless mules that comfortable? I have been eyeing them for a while now, but can’t seem to justify their price tag when they look fairly uncomfortable. What are your thoughts?
    xoxo
    Samantha
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  • Xin says:

    Such effortless look, looking adorable together!

    xx
    Xin

    http://xincerely.blogspot.com

  • sanssouci says:

    Beautiful looks! Casual and elegant, always ready to go with comfort and style! Love the post!
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  • Sophie says:

    These are all so gorgeous! Especially love the midi skirt with the striped top :)
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  • Xynthia says:

    I love motherhood Monday and seeing Chloe. Also love the looks. I’m a mum and wear jeans all day every day. Midi skirts are also a good idea, they just don’t seem to suit me. Any styling tips for midi shirts?

  • Jessica says:

    Effortlessly pretty x

    Jessica — NinetyCo 

  • Belen says:

    What a set of comfy outfits, love them all!!!

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    xx

  • I love your outfits, but her personality is SO STINKING CUTE!! Love how she scrunches her nose! x

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  • Vivian says:

    I love cute and casual look 2!

    Vivian | LIVE . IN . LOVE

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  • Natali says:

    You are the most stylish mommy ever!! Both outfits are superb, so effortless and inspiring!

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  • Jennifer says:

    I really like the second outfit. Very cute and fun post! :)

  • Sheila Joy says:

    Aww, I really love the first look. I’m definitely getting into midi skirts, especially with spring on the way!

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  • Diana says:

    Loving your outfits. I’m not a mommy but I would definitely rock these looks.

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  • the color palette/abril says:

    you’re the most stylish mom ever. Both outfits look great and you just gave me another idea on how to wear my metallic skirt
    x,abril
    The Color Palette

  • Keri says:

    Seriously the chicest mommy I know! And Chloe is one fashionable little girl. <3

    Enclothed Cognition

  • Elizabeth says:

    Both of these looks are super classy yet chic <3 I love how comfort is the key because it's so essential when taking care of a toddler! Mobility is everything :) Loving these heartwarming photos of you and Chloe! So sweet!

    XO, Elizabeth
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  • Jaime says:

    I hope to be as chic as you if I ever have a baby! haha, I especially love the skirt and cardigan!!

    ♡ Jaime
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  • Leah says:

    Love the skirt!

  • Mary says:

    You are one very chic mommy!!
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  • […] way of thinking about my outfits during the days that I spend with her. from The Chriselle Factorhttp://thechrisellefactor.com/2017/01/go-mommy-outfits/ from Tumblr […]

  • La Bijoux Bella | by mia says:

    Simple beautiful go to outfit looks for any day of the week! :)

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