Shirt - White Stuff*
Leggings - ASOS Maternity
I was recently contacted by the lovely people at White Stuff and asked if I would like to style up one of their shirts and show off my style heading into spring. I'm a huge fan of White Stuff, the quality is always amazing and the style and fit of the clothes is just so flattering.
I ended up picking this gorgeous turquoise shirt with cute tribal-star design. I knew I'd have to pick up something a little floaty to make sure it still looked flattering with my growing bump. Thankfully this shirt is just perfect and I've been wearing it none stop. The material is really light and airy, making it ideal for this time of year when the days are trying warmer. But it also has the three quarter sleeves, which means it's still keeping me warm while the evenings are still cooler.
I've really struggled the last few weeks with finding things to wear that I feel comfortable it. I'm starting to get frustrated that nothing fits me any more, but that does mean I get to do a spot of shopping! So I paired the beautiful shirt with some ASOS maternity leggings and my trusty riding boots. This outfit is so simple but unbelievably comfortable which is something I've really needed the past few weeks.
I picked the shirt up in a size bigger than I would usually, not only to add room for bump but I also really like that "over sized" look. I'm glad I went up a size too cos it means I can easily got into this for the next few months and hopefully all the way through spring into summer.
This is a great shirt for transitioning into spring time, especially if you're looking for something that is super easy to wear and can be dressed up or down for a day to night look. I would certainly recommend checking out The White Stuff for all you busy mums that just need to grab something to wear in the morning, with little time on your hands. This just looks effortlessly cool and takes seconds to put together. Plus I've just spotted White Stuff sale - happy shopping!
What are your go-to spring wardrobe essentials?