Style Survival Tips For New Mums | A Littlelondoner

Style Survival Tips For New Mums

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If you have recently given birth, a lot of things will have changed in your life. Not only do you now have a beautiful bundle of joy but also you probably don’t get as much sleep as you once did and you are experiencing emotions you did not know were possible. Your body will have gone through lots of changes too. Not only this, but your obsession with fashion has had to take the back seat too. After all, you have greater priorities now! However, this does not mean that you cannot look and feel amazing. With that in mind, read on to discover some style survival tips for new mums.

When choosing fabrics, make sure they are easy to care for – Now that you have had a baby, you have a million different things to do throughout the day. You don’t want to make your life even more difficult by choosing clothing that is difficult to look after. If it requires washing by hand, as well as ironing and dry cleaning, forget about it. Cotton jerseys are a godsend for new mums, as they are crease free and comfortable, so stock up on all of the basics.

Get out of black – New mums tend to wear a lot of black clothing because it is flattering and makes them feel less self-conscious. This is understandable, but you can’t go around wearing black every day of your life. You need a bit of variety and a bit of colour. Burgundy, chocolate brown, and navy are just as flattering as black, yet they are a lot more forgiving when you are tired. For an extra pick me up, think about adding some bright accessories to your outfit.

Treat yourself to something – Now is the perfect time to treat yourself to something, whether it is a pair of Kurt Geiger shoes or a Michael Kors bag. After all, you deserve it! You have given birth to a beautiful baby. You have gone through morning sickness and battled mood swings, not to mention the pregnancy itself. You are superwoman, and you deserve a treat. So, get yourself the one thing you have had your eyes on for some time now. You will feel great for doing so!

Stop stressing about the size on the label – Size does not matter! Stop making yourself feel bad about the fact that you cannot fit into the clothes you wore prior to finding out you were going to have a baby. You are not meant to fit in those clothes right now. You have just had a baby! Plus, there really is no rush to fit into the clothing size you wore before, is there? Do it at your own pace. And if saving bothers you that match, just cut the label out. No one has to know!

Pick a print – Another style survival tips for new mums is to pick a print. There are a number of reasons why this is the case. Firstly, nothing will brighten up your outfit quite like a good print. Secondly, prints are good for hiding spillages, which are pretty much guaranteed when you have a baby. If you can find a print with baby food colours, even better!

Layer up – Last but not least, you may not feel comfortable breastfeeding in public if you have decided to breastfeed your child. If this is the case, you can make sure access is simple without flashing too much skin if you wear two vest tops instead of one. Of course, this is completely up to you. You may be fine with breastfeeding in public – everyone is different and there is no right or wrong. Think about going for a cardigan that can be wrapped around you and the baby should you need to feed.

So there you have it: some style survival tips for new mums. There is no denying that it can be hard to keep on top of your sense of style once you have had a baby. Plus, you may be lacking a bit in the confidence department because of all of the changes that have happened to your body. However, it is for this exact reason that you need to give your wardrobe a bit of attention. Follow the suggestions that have been provided and you should notice a big difference in terms of the way you look and feel.

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