Today's post in an OOTD, the one where you can finally see how much my baby bump has grown! These photos were actually taken a couple of weeks ago...I wanted to shoot more outfit ideas for the third trimester of pregnancy, but as I'm getting so close to my due date, it's harder for me to get things done, everything seems like such an effort, especially in this freakin' cold weather that we're having these days here in Italy.
I just want to stay at home, inside my bed and snuggle... watch some youtube videos from my fave girls and gather my energy and physical and emotional strength for the childbirth that awaits me...
These photos were taken at such a beautiful spot that my hubby and I discovered by chance...We were heading to my doctor's appointment and we spotted this place by the river...it's a nice little walk that you can take here along the coast of a river (unfortunately we didn't have time to do that, but we said we're certainly going to return here on the first occasion...probably in the spring time and hopefully with extended family, our baby and our doggy Lancia!)
As it's always a bit more challenging dressing up my growing bump, I opted for this burgundy sweater dress, that I bought a few years back, at a Christmas fair, for only 2 €. I haven't worn it that much, but, with the right styling, it can be a really lovely fall/ winter clothing piece to have!
Also, it turned out to be extremely handy to have in my third trimester.
To make the outfit a bit more unique, I added these leopard print booties and striped denim vest...how do you like the entire look?
Coat: United Colours of Benetton
Denim vest: Bought at italian open market for 1 €
Sweaterdress: Bought at a Christmas fair in Italy for 2 €
Choker Necklace: handmade by moi :-)
If you're interested to hear more about how my pregnancy is progressing, I just uploaded a 36 weeks pregnancy update, where I talk about my phobia of hospitals, about pregnancy exams that I did recently, and some big physical and emotional changes that this pregnancy has brought me!
I hope you're all having a great January so far!
xo from the cold Italy,
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