Thank you friends for following along on this pregnancy journey with me and letting me gush about being 20 weeks along now. We are so very thankful for this blessing in our lives, and judging by the way this little babe is tumbling around in my belly, its super excited too! I don't remember James bouncing around this much, just kicking later on. It's time to find out if we've got a little boy or little girl inside, but of course, we are just praying for a healthy baby! My belly is growing, growing although it seems to be hidden in some looser-fitting outfits.
Today I'm back sharing more favorites from the relatively new (to me) online shop ModCloth. I must be living under a rock or perhaps, like you, just get into a habit of shopping my usual places, where styles are familiar and you know the pieces will fit based on past experience. But, when you stumble on a gem like ModCloth, where clothes are cute with unique detail, you can't pass it up! I loved the first items I received from ModCloth so much, I ordered a few more things.
Check out this plaid shirtdress, that's technically called a tunic on their site. I'm digging the color and pattern and the pockets! How cute is it with these fringe booties?! They fit true to size and I order booties a half size up to allow for a short sock.
The tunic is shorter in the front, so if you're super tall, it might be better with leggings, which I'll show you below.
Especially with dresses or skirts, I like a bootie that has the front dip to make your legs look longer. Being such a shorty over here, I need all the help I can get! I love the color and heel on this bootie!
But, if you want more coverage or don't like to bare your legs, this tunic looks great with leggings or opaque tights.
You can see it's a bit longer in the back, and so cool that it has pockets.
If you saw my first ModCloth post, you know I'm crazy for their fall blanket scarves! They add just the right punch to an otherwise plain outfit. I chose the blue/green/red one this time.
I'm all about the scarf lately and you can see my favorite ways to tie them here, with a picture tutorial.
I wore this blue scarf lately with a simple grey tee and then with a forest green sweater. I'm so excited that we're getting some fall temperatures here in Houston lately!
The orange-colored Fall Night Long Scarf (in "brown" on the site) looks great with yellow and tan.
I'm also loving the blue scarf with the All Hail the Jean Jacket. This jean jacket is so cool because it has a plaid lining and shearling collar. How cute! I'm wearing size Small in the jacket, but I'd recommend sizing up one, unless you like a snug fit.
And I can't resist sharing a bit more of this 20-week baby belly!
Are you into the blanket scarves yet? Which color is your favorite?
I saw this Willamette for the Weekend Scarf at ModCloth for under $20! Such a pretty mix of colors for fall and the holidays!
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