I not really a leopard print kind of girl, but they pretty cute though maybe not quite cute enough to justify their $980 price tag!
The only thing I was rocking during that final stretch of pregnancy was a pair of yoga pants and flip flops. There no way I could have balanced myself on those heels at that point or even now, actually! How about you?
It will be interesting to see whether Air Jordan Fusion 4 life with a newborn will throw a wrench into Rachel style. Or will she be wearing 6 heels while pushing a stroller around?
What do you think of Rachel Zoe maternity style?
LOVE IT I a heel girl. I don own as many as I like (because I haven really figured out how to wear them without suffering), and I find them impractical in the wintertime, but boy do I fantasize about shoes. I also don believe in short heels or kitten heels for me, it either flats or the sky. Go high or go home! I like them too I love leopard print on shoes and there must be an $80 version out there somewhere. She probably stay the same if being pregnant didn deter her having a newborn sure won comment >
I love her heals and I love that she not giving up her style during her pergnancy.
I wore heals all through my first pregnancy even though I was super swollen (I just bought bigger ones and wore more wedges) and I have been wearing them through the 2nd one too. Actually since I used to wearing heals all the time my back and legs hurt when I wear completely flat shoes. And foot docs agree that flats that have no structure and support in the sole (like flip flops) are very bad for your back any time, especially during pregnancy.
I completely disagree that the society expects moms to look like a and women who don fit into the steroetype are somehow bad mothers. I don see why you should set aside your sense of style after having a baby.
I was just reading a list of time saving tips for mothers on this site and one of them said: to save time, avoid clothes with buttons or zippers and go for pull overs and pants with elastic waistbands. Seriously??!! if you don have time to zip up your pants, you have bigger issues in your life. And I saying this as a mom to a 2 yr old, pregnant with 2nd and both me and my husband work about 50 hrs a week. (and I don have a full time nanny or housekeeper either)
Sorry, but the only thing that looks half way decent about her outfit are those shoes I think she looks grody, so if that being then no thanks. I have 2 kids 21 months apart and have managed to stay stylish (in my own weird have a blue mohawk Air Jordan 4s kinda way, lol) and look put together when we go out. I think people make more of a big deal out of than necessary. Sure I wear lounge/comfy cloths at home, but heck I did that before I had kids. I am not going to sit around the house in heels unless I am going to Air Jordan 19s or coming from somewhere; I stick to my mukluks thanks, haha.
Even though Air Jordan Spizike I not an animal print person, I think I love those shoes! I did wear heels throughout my pregnancies and tried to stay stylish (hope it worked!). I don really have any heels that are over 4 inches though. I am also a college instructor, so while I do sit a lot at work, I have spurts where I have to stand for 2 3 hours at a time, so I also wore a lot of cute flats. Also couldn wrap my head around paying a lot Air Jordan 12s for stylish maternity clothes, but I found cool stuff from Old Navy, Loft, and ebay!
Well, cute or not, I don wear heels except for special occasions. They so bad for your body and I more interested in being ambulatory when I older than uber fashionable when I young. When I visit my mother in her retirement home, I surprised how often her female friends complain about their feet(that not to even get into what they do to your hips, knees and back) and wish out loud they never worn high heels. When I older my hope is to still be hiking and enjoying life. Obviously things can happen to make that impossible regardless, but I don want to knowingly injury my body for fashion.
To (no. 13 comment posted), I say AMEN!!! I have NEVER sacrificed my style during pregnancy, and at the risk of tooting my own horn, I enhanced my style and really came into my own AFTER my second child was born. Even after my first child was born, I got a naval ring 7 months after giving birth.
Being stylish and NON CELEBRITY does not make me (or the other stylista and/or fashionista mothers out there) any more or less motherly than the woman that bought into the idea/stereotype of how motherly should dress. Generally, people that buy into the like a mother stereotype tend to think that ONLY celebrities have the priviledge of being stylish or fashionable during pregnancy and motherhood. I say, we all aren destined to dress like a typical soccer mom.
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