A fairly unimaginative outfit, I seem to have reached the stage where all my normal clothes just look a bit wrong but I don't really need proper maternity wear yet. I've been holding off buying new trousers for ages worrying that they won't fit after a week and it'll be an awful waste. Such a shame because there are some beautiful colours and patterns in the shops at the moment. My current lust are the snakeskin zip skinnies in Primark which I emplore you all to seek out.
For now though I'll have to make do with these raspberry maternity jeans from New Look. Sitting under the bump, with elasticated pockets they aren't the worst in the world. I am however becoming incensed that I cannot find a properly skinny pair of maternity jeans. They all flair out a little at the ankle. Presumably to provide some balance so you don't go round looking like a lollipop but dammit they don't sit right on my ankle boots.... Sigh. I'm also wearing an Urban Outfitters sweater, Primark vest (great for covering wierd maternity jean fly areas) and making the most of the weather by wearing my ballet flats for as long as possible. Finally I'm not on a mission to bring back sweatbands. The elasticated powder blue numbers adorning my wrists are Sea Bands, which are the only things on a long list including prescription Anti Emetics and bloody Ginger Biscuits that stop me feeling sick right now.
Berry Maternity Jeans - New Look - £17.99
For everybody not pregnant, look LOOK at all these deep, rich properly skinny at the ankle numbers....
Left to Right...
Dirty Raspberry Leighs - Topshop - £38
Cherry Supersoft Skinnies - Topshop - £38
Deep Red Skinnies - New Look - £16.99
Dark Red Molly Jeggings - River Island - £35
Coloured Cherry Jeans - Oasis - £45
Skinny Low Jeans - H&M - £19.99
Bordeaux Leighs - Topshop - £38
Coated Cropped Jeans - Mango - £39.99
Rose Supersoft Superskinny Jeans - Topshop - £38
Have you tried any Berry jeans yet?