Thursday, July 10, 2014

Nursing In Style + PinkBlush Maternity Giveaway

Toward the end of my second trimester/beginning of my third, I finally had to give in and start shopping for a few maternity pieces. It took me a long time to get comfortable with maternity clothing, and wouldn't you know, right as I was getting the hang of it, my pregnancy was over and I was shrinking back down into my old clothes. A new challenge arose however, and that was finding pieces (especially dresses) that worked for breastfeeding. Honestly, this has caused more frustration than shopping for maternity wear EVER did. Josh and I had a wedding to attend back in June, and the weeks leading up to it had me focused solely on finding a dress that I could feel beautiful in, but that would also be easily accessible for nursing Rynna. Not too soon after my search began, I received an email from PinkBlush Maternity asking if I'd like to try out a piece from their nursing line. Hallelujah! Seriously! I featured a piece from their maternity line before (see blog posts: 31 Weeks and 36 Weeks) and LOVED it, so I knew that whatever I received would be great quality and would get to my front door quickly. They sent me this dress and I can't say enough about it!

| Rynna fell asleep during the ceremony and was out for a lot of the reception. It was at this point that I traded my wedges in for sandals, and my dress draped the ground beautifully. I'm all about style, but carrying around a baby for an hour in heels? No way. |

| Our sleepy girl, right before the ceremony began. |

| CLOTHING | Dress (c/o PinkBlush Maternity) 
| ACCESSORIES | Earrings (same brand, similar style), Necklace (worn as bracelet c/o Whitney Fields, S&D), Sling 
| Rynna's wearing | Flower Crown (made by me)

This dress is so light and soft. I was a little concerned about wearing a long, black dress to an outdoor wedding in Texas in June, but the material was so breathable that I didn't feel uncomfortable at all. The overlapping deep vneck kept me modest, but allowed me to nurse easily whenever I needed to, and my favorite part of the entire dress is the lace detailing on the back. I'm such a sucker for subtle feminine touches!

Today, PinkBlush Maternity is offering a $25 gift card to spend on any item from their nursing line. Enter below to snag this gorgeous dress or any of their other items for yourself! And leave a comment letting me know which piece you'd select. This giveaway is open to US residents only. Those who have hosted or won a giveaway from PinkBlush Maternity within the past 6 months are not eligible to win. Winner will be announced on Thursday July 17th.

Happy entering everyone!
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  1. well, if I was still nursing and a US resident I would totally enter, what a pretty dress :)

  2. I need to pay attention more to your blog! lol I entered too late... oh wellz...ain't prego yet, but hopefully soon!!! Fingers crossed! :)

  3. And you look GORG as always!!! LOVE your nails too! What a fun pop! I wish I could grow my nails out like that, but I can't stand them long. xoxo


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