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Something about the weather cooling down has me obsessed with the color navy. It’s such a classy color, and it works for both men and women, which helps me with my slight matching mommy-and-me obsession these days. Super festive too in an understated way.
This BP. navy plaid cold-shoulder top is such a cute fall & winter addition to my closet. It’s hard to see in the photos, but the plaid is a subtle take on a windowpane print. I’ve been wearing BP. from Nordstrom since I started making my own money as a teen like 15 years ago, and now even as a mom, I’m still obsessed with that line. Most BP. pieces I’ve worn have been a great fit on me in size Medium (I’d say it’s juniors sizing, and I’m usually a women’s 4-6/Small); however, this particular blouse doesn’t have any stretch and fits my 34F chest best in a size Large.
This gorgeous top is nursing-friendly (still breastfeeding over here) with a lift-up motion. The ruffle details and babydoll cut make me feel feminine and playful. It’s actually the perfect top for Thanksgiving dinner!
I’ve also worn this navy blouse with grey skinny jeans, which looked beautiful as well. If you work in an office, it’d be gorgeous paired with a grey, black or beige pencil skirt in addition to your usual dress pants (depending on how strict the dress code is).
My daughter’s dress and son’s footie are another nod to this navy obsession of mine. Isn’t Vienna’s Mini Boden dress such a pretty festive holiday option for a toddler girl, both for Thanksgiving and Christmas parties? My mom complimented me on it too! Such a beautiful design with the cityscape on the hemline and the sequins on the peter pan collar (not scratchy; more on little girl fashion here). I’m obsessed with Ralph Lauren for baby boys, and this navy footie was one of the first things I added to my Babylist registry the second time around; my friend graciously gifted it to me for my baby sprinkle, and it’s one of his most-worn pieces (more on baby boy fashion here).
What’re your plans for Thanksgiving? Are you hosting this year? We usually go to both parents’ houses for lunch and dinner and do a Friendsgiving or two as well.
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