Outfits 4 years ago

Peplum Camisole & Pleated Skort

Most Mondays I’m filled with full of energy and excitement, but today I’m a bit heartbroken. I’m headed to New York today, and although I’m extremely enthusiastic to be back in one of my favorite cities , it’s my first time being away from Chloe.Β I’ll be the first one to admit…I was NOT happy that I had to sacrifice my travels to have a baby, but now that I’ve been settled in at home with my baby girl for the past 4 months…I don’t want to go anywhere without her!

You guys are probably sick of my outfit posts centered around this boater hat, but it just adds a feminine & preppy spring flair to any look (as seen in this post HERE). Anyways I just wanted to say “THANK YOU” to all the heartwarming comments in my last post HERE as I opened up about the changes in my body, and finding new silhouettes thatΒ conceal these unwanted areas while highlighting my assets.Β As high waisted trousers have been the best silhouette for me on the bottoms…what about the top? Well i’m wearing it today on this post! The Peplum Camisole! Ohhhh how I’ve overworn this silhouette this past month (HERE) , but it’s just that good. I absolutely adore Tibi’s Peplum Tops because it flares a bit longer on the back and around the hips, which nicely skims over my widened hips! From the textured fringe & fluttery peplum, this is the camisole of my summer dreams. If you follow me on Instagram you know that i’ve worn this top more than 5 times already. Another recent buy of mine that i’ve been wearing often is this pleated skort. Although I love my short skirts, if you prefer not to worry about flashing anyone , I suggest you try a SKORT instead.

I will most likely be on the plane to NY by the time you are done reading this, so I hope you all have a great Monday! Hopefully I wont be sobbing like a baby because I miss Chloe. If you guys have any tips on being away from someone you love for a long time, please let me know in the comments below. Your thoughtful comments and words of encouragements are always appreciated!

 

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Photography by Karen Rosalie