Friday, August 16, 2013

Best of TC's Vintage Maternity Wear


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You can find my Vintage Maternity at my new Blog 

From Another Decade 

19 comments:

  1. Here I am 36 weeks pregnant for the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight Field of Honor event to premiere the Honor Flight documentary (which we broke the world record for for largest movie premiere). I love, love, loved making this 1940s maternity pinafore and it was so cool and comfy.
    http://s471.photobucket.com/user/ladymalai/media/Field%20of%20Honor/SAM_2432.jpg.html?sort=3&o=3

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    1. OMG! You look SO amazing :D I miss that pregnancy glow.

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    2. Thank you! :) It's probably my favorite piece of maternity wear and I felt amazing in it. The day after was when the beginning of the began. What a difference 24 hours makes.

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  2. I loved all of your maternity outfits! I just adore how you always looked so cute and put together. I'm planning on borrowing heavily from your style when I start having kids!

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    1. Stephanie! YES! I basically went on Etsy and typed in "vintage maternity" every so often and ended up with the pieces you see. A lot of the piece only cost me 20$! The most expensive was the jacket I got from Butch Wax vintage, that I didn't include since I only wore it postpartum. http://www.technicolorcutie.com/2012/10/birthdays-for-everyone.html

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    2. I've noticed a lot of vintage maternity patterns super cheap on etsy. I have a few saved on my favorites but I'm afraid my poor hubby would freak a bit if I bought any.

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  3. These are all such great outfits. I personally hate the modern pregnancy look of wrapping yourself in a super tight top. It looks really weird and kinda gross. I get it you're pregnant and proud.

    Your outfits are classy and very flattering. My mom wore a lot of outfits like this too.

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    1. There is a time and place for those tighter outfits. Like lazing about the house and working out. I am so shy that I never really wore anything too tight until then end. People are so amazingly rude to pregnant women. I had someone yell at me from across the grocery store "Oh my God! You're going to give birth any day." Which was true, but he didn't have to broadcast it!!

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    2. I agree with you. Although I tend to hang out in my comfy jammies if I don't need to go out of the house. Especially in the winter months when it gets stays under 38F.I like it but I need more warm loungeware.

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  4. I swear you are the most stylish vintage momma I've seen. WONDERFUL!

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    1. Thank-you so much BVV! <3 That means a lot coming from such a stylish woman like yourself :)

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  5. You were really beautiful and stylish pregnant woman!!!!!!
    I sometimes ask myself what I would wear if I was pregnant... not easy to find nice winter maternity clothes.

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    1. Thank you Laurence :) Well, I have a ton of patterns. They do have long sleeve maternity ensembles. I only sew for friends, so I'd love to make you some things.

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  6. My goodness, Missy! These pictures are all so lovely. You had to be the most stylish pregnant lady ever! I must admit it has been amazing following your blog and seeing all these changes happening over the last year. xxx

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  7. You are beyond gorgeous and endlessly stylish in each of these wonderful photos, dear gal. The multitude of florals featured throughout really makes me think of how a new life was blooming inside of you as you wore them.

    ♥ Jessica

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    1. <3 I look back on this post and think "wow, my skin looked so GOOD!". I really felt healthy and I guess my wardrobe radiated it :)

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  8. So I know I'm late to this post, but holy cow I don't think I've ever seen someone look so stunning and fashionable and expecting like you. That third to last picture is beautiful!

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    1. Thank-you Julia! I wanted to take the time to embrace my new body! It was totally worth it.

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