Shirt/Tommy Hilfiger, Jeans/GAP 1969 Always Skinny, Boots/LoveClothing, Tank top/Mexx, Bracelets/Dyrberg Kern & Tiffany's, Earrings/ASOS, Belt/Zara
This morning I tried on about 20,000 outfits...and this is what I finally settled on. Jeans and a button down shirt, can you get anymore basic?! But seriously, the problem with the weaning process (brace yourselves for TMI) is that the boobies tend to get super engorged/uncomfortable...coupled with the fact that I've gained 4-5ish pounds in the last month for reasons unknown to me, I am still having a hard time getting used to dressing my E-cup girls & postpartum "pooch" (and no, I'm not pregnant - I did test multiple times!!). Prior to giving birth I was a neat C-cup, now none of my shirts button up past my waist and everything I put on runs the risk of either looking matronly or screaming porn-star. Gahhh. The glamour of postpartum problems! I am willing to embrace my new curvier figure but I think this warrants a shopping trip & bit of a wardrobe makeover!
In other news, I am finally learning to drive! You probably already know this if you watch the daily vlogs but I don't think I've ever mentioned it here. A few weeks ago I passed my theory test (finally - I was super nervous having failed it the first time 5 years ago) and got myself a provisional license. Interestingly enough, part of the process involved taking an eye test where I was happy to discover that my vision is still perfect - who woulda thunk it?! Coming from a family of glasses-wearing folks (except for one of my big brothers - but he got laser eye surgery so that doesn't really count...) I really didn't expect to get off this easy but I have to admit a part of me was a little disappointed...I've always thought glasses are super sexy & stylish, what do you guys think? Are you a glasses or contacts girl? Or are you like me, never needed them but secretly always wanted a pair? This is probably a late-night rambling I should have kept to myself...ha ha ha! In any case, the driving is going well (glasses or no glasses) and I am slowly getting less petrified with every lesson. Baby steps...