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If I include a picture of me looking to the right, it’s a requirement to include a picture of me looking to the left. Am I right?
Now that we’ve addressed my pitiful blogger poses, let’s discuss how I purchased this ASOS maternity dress. NOTE: I am not with child; I just so happen to buy maternity clothes every now and again. In the past maternity dresses worked out fine because I didn’t really have a gut, but now that I have a food baby, it miiiiight not be a good idea to wear a maternity dress!
When I bought my first maternity dress from Target’s Liz Lange maternity line nearly eight years ago, it was an accident. I didn’t even notice until I got home and removed the tags. I thought I was going to return it ASAP. Then I wore it. It was comfortable. It had long sleeves. The hemline was below the knee. Much to my surprise, when I walked out of my door, people didn’t ask me if I was pregnant, and my co-workers didn’t whisper, “Look at Chandra’s maternity dress!”
I’ve purchased several Liz Lange maternity dresses over the years–on purpose. While racks continue to stay chock full with midriff baring tops and dresses, it doesn’t seem like very many pregnant ladies are ready to walk around showing their stomachs.
I’ve never purchased a maternity top or skirt, but when it comes to maternity dresses, I’m all in.
(On a scale of 1-10, how happy do I look? Must. Smile.)
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