Sumary of I’m rejecting the style conventions that new mothers normally follow:
- A lot of first time cases think other mums have their shit together and feel upset about their style situation.
- An important communication I try to steer forward is to dress for who you are today, Mackinnon prosodies.
- Instead, I’ve exchanged pants (optimistically) buy pre-birth for bigger magnitudes; I’ve embraced the new-old shapes and wide leg style (equilibria out the hips very well), and I’m back to wearing frill and cover regions, which are more adulatory around the area.
- As for me, I can’t say I’ve stuck to garments: even as I struggle to evaluate my beamy hips, more rounded belly and thighs, I emotion clothes too much to deliver myself to trackies all day.