I love playing dressups. Yes, I'm 31 and still love standing in front of the mirror mixing and matching, trialling (triumphantly) and error-ing (fashion faux pas galore).
And I encourage YOU do to it too!
Because when we become mums, we find ourselves with a slightly new identity, a new way of how we think about and look at ourselves. So we need to re-explore, re-navigate and re-fall in love with our new identity. And I believe one of the best ways to do that is to stand in front of the mirror and get creative with your wardrobe.
Try combos you haven't dared try before, see what works and what doesn't and you'll soon discover just how gosh darn good you look in particular outfits, that when you're out in public you'll just ooze confidence.
So tell me, have you played dress ups recently?
Buying clothes online can be tricky business, especially when you've just had a baby and your body has changed drastically. I've been there and can totally relate!
We try to offer as much advice on sizing and fit on every product listing, as each style is different and designed to fit a certain way. We're also providing our models detailed bust, waist and hip measurements to help you choose the right size for you.
Below is a general size guide for your reference. You'll find your measurements land smack bang in the middle of 2 sizes #annoying! Or your bust, waist and hips are all over the shop #confusingmuch?! But please keep in mind measurements act as a guide only and the fit will depend on 1) your body shape and 2) the style of dress.
I highly recommend you read the 'about the fit' section on each inidividual product, as they provide more accurate advice that reflects the design and fit of the garment and will often say "if you're in between sizes, we recommend sizing up/down for this style".
|To fit bust
|To fit waist
|To fit hips