Fall in Miami….the notion of sipping warm drinks, wearing cozy knits and rocking boots is in the minds of all us gals but the reality of fall in Miami is very different. We get to pick certain aspects of those notions but never all of them combined. You’d overheat before you know it ;) Anyway, I always opt for the boot option when it comes to fall attire because I can keep the rest of my look breezy and light. When the team from Ted & Muffy reached out to me offering one of their custom fitted foots, I debated… View Post

White…you are just a perfect color, aren’t you? I mean, there are summer whites, winter whites, fall whites, spring whites… Truth is, you can’t go wrong with white (or black but that’s a different post). It just looks polished and clean. I got this dress at Ann Taylor for a steal (it’s linked and still on major sale) and I loved it immediately. Not only does it “camouflage” my baby bump (who knew white could camouflage), it moves so nicely when I walk. And you know I love me some girly dresses. Pretty sure “fit and flare” was created for… View Post

Yep, I’m round, I’m wearing horizontal stripes and it’s quite possible that from far away I may look like a dreamsicle…but isn’t that delicious ;) I love being able to play with fun spring and summer colors lately. As chic as black is, color is like wearing a smile. You simply feel good. I wore this comfortable outfit out the other day for an early bird dinner with the hubby. It was perfect for the warm afternoon sun and transitioned beautifully for the breezy evening later.

I am so happy for the warm weather and the long days of sunshine…sorry to rub it in, but in Miami, the weather is all Spring and even some summer already…and it feels amazing ;) Here is what has become my “go to” outfit as of late…a comfy and colorful shirtdress, a cute hat and some flats. It works for my preggo self and in my opinion, it looks pretty chic too.

I’ve been asked a lot about my maternity style and I have honestly been surprised at how many non-maternity pieces I am able to wear. The most important rule in maternity wear is to stay true to your style and never be afraid to try it on. I bought this dress at Banana Republic after having fallen in love with the material and the color. I bought it a size bigger than I normally wear and voila! it zipped! A shift dress is always in style and in my opinion, it’s the perfect silhouette for a preggo…so go ahead, hot… View Post