Just a few months ago, I would’ve considered my “mom uniform” to be flip flops, a tank top, sweatpants and dirty hair. I’m not gonna lie, it took a long time for me to adjust to the logistics of being a mama. Logistics like- Remembering to brush my hair. Getting dressed. NOT forgetting to put on deodorant. Putting on some jewelry. I could keep going, but I’ll spare you… I think a big part of it was that I wasn’t taking care of my mental health and I thought I was supposed to focus 1000% on my kids, which caused me to completely neglect myself.
But this pregnancy has been so incredible for me- both mentally and physically! I’m loving my body through this pregnancy. I’m not tearing up every time a new stretch mark appears. I love looking nice- not even for anybody, but for myself!
My new and improved mom uniform usually includes an empowering tee, skinny jeans or leggings, boots or sandals, hair done, make-up on! Of course, there are days when I’m too tired to function… But days I put effort into looking and feeling great end up being the most productive days for me!
There are a few pieces of clothing I would consider to be essential parts of my new & improved mom uniform:
“It’s A Mama Bear Thing” tee: Loved by Hannah & Eli | Roxie Booties: RubyClaire Boutique | Jeans: Hollister Co.
Absolute favorite shoes right now!! I wore them with a gorgeous dress for brunch the day after pairing them with this tee & jeans… They are so versatile and go with almost everything. And the tee is super comfy!
How could you not feel empowered wearing MOM BOSS across your chest?!
Obsessed with this ring (and the Brooke ring in gold druzy I have, both by Wrenn). They add class to every outfit, whether it’s casual or formal.
“MOM-PRUH-NUER” Tank: Strawberry Revolution (currently on sale!!)
Laughing at the fact that I’m currently writing this while in bed (past midnight) after a long, hard day of being a mama. I managed to keep the kids alive AND I’m working my butt off as a blogger! I feel like this tank was made for me!
What are some of your “mom uniform” staple pieces? Tell me in the comments below!