Maternity Wear: How To Style A Fit & Flare Skirt

how to style a fit and flare skirtFinding maternity skirts has been somewhat of a challenge for me. Especially skirts that I can wear to work. When I saw this fit and flare skirt as I was browsing the Macy’s website for maternity clothes I knew I had to have it.

The sweater has become one of my closet staples. I saw it when I was in a Jcrew store when my husband was looking for a jacket. I tried it on and loved it because I knew that I could wear it throughout my pregnancy. When I looked at the price I gladly put it back on the rack. A month later I noticed it was on sale and so I snagged it. The sweater is super cozy and soft.  I practically live in it on the weekends. It’s perfect with a skirt, jeans, or leggings. Versatile piece, my kind of clothing.

how to style a fit and flare skirtThe booties I had been eyeing for a very long time.  I had them on my Nordstrom wishlist for months, but they did not go on sale for a while. When they finally did go on sale, they sold out fast before I could get a pair.  I did a google search, because madam google should be everyone’s best friend.  I found them on Amazon for less than $100.  When I got them in the mail first thing I thought was no way am I going to be able to get in and out of them without help, since my belly is getting bigger and bigger by the day.  Easy tasks like putting on your shoes become quite the chore.  However, that has not been the case with these Marc Fisher boots. I can easily get them on and off.  Double win for this tired pregnant lady.

how to style a fit and flare skirt styling a sweater cozy and soft jcrew sweater perfect booties for all seasons

Yesterday officially marked 37 weeks of being pregnant.  I am moving a lot slower and have been feeling even more tired.  We took a birthing class and it was very informative. We got to learn a lot about pregnancy and how my body has been changing.  A lot of things I had been experiencing finally made sense,  The constant heartburn and how I can only eat small meals at a time. And people say you eat for two, that is a myth that has been debunked. Everything has been progressing great so far and its always amazing to see my belly move as our little peanut moves around.  I always tell my husband he is in there rearranging furniture, totally my child.


All Photos: Emma Parker Photography

MUA: Makeup By Naturally Chic




  1. March 1, 2017 / 10:28 am

    Pairing a skirt with a long shirt is such a cute idea!

    xo, Lauryn

  2. March 1, 2017 / 10:45 am

    I love finding a piece on sale after you’ve been eyeing it! That sweater looks so great on you!

  3. Rachel
    March 1, 2017 / 11:40 am

    Look at that bump! SO cute. Love your skirt paired with the turtleneck OVER it. So genius!

    Rachel /

  4. March 1, 2017 / 1:37 pm

    You are so gorgeous, you look incredible!

  5. March 2, 2017 / 9:37 am

    You look so cute! I love the sweater and the skirt is gorgeous!

  6. Lauren
    March 2, 2017 / 10:12 am

    This is such a cute look, and you look so comfortable too! When I was pregnant I was always afraid to wear shorter skirts but you totally nailed this look with the opaque tights underneath!

  7. March 2, 2017 / 11:51 am

    You are just the cutest!! Love the look!



  8. Nina
    March 2, 2017 / 3:03 pm

    I never did many skirts when I was pregnant but I wish I would have had this inspiration! Such a great look!

    xx Nina

  9. March 2, 2017 / 8:33 pm

    Ah this sweater is too cute!! I love how you paired it with all black 🙂

  10. March 2, 2017 / 8:41 pm

    You’re glowing, girl! My best friend searched high and low for a good maternity skirt when she was pregnant, but couldn’t find one aha.
    This is a great look, I love the colour. You look beautiful. 🙂

    Christie’s Take on Life.  xx

  11. March 6, 2017 / 1:11 pm

    This sweater is SO great on you and your adorable bump!! You are almost to the finish line!! 37 weeks! Such a magical time….enjoy every minute of it!! XO

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