Nest in Comfort

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Your last weeks of pregnancy may have you scrubbing and organizing every corner of your house to make sure everything is just so for baby. With so much to do and a looming due date in the not-so-far-off future, it may be easy to turn to your trusty sweats. Consider a few pieces that will help you stay cozy and still feel stylish during your extra time at home, both now and after baby arrives. Truth be told, with a newborn in the house, simple pleasures like a morning shower turn into a hot commodity. Worry less about what to wear, so you can spend an extra couple of minutes enjoying your shower.

Here are four must-haves for effortless at-home style:

1. A Seamless First Layer - A seamless cami and leggings will grow with your bump and recover to feel smooth and comfortable on a post baby body.
2. Loungewear – You’ll want to live in the Lounge Set, made with a buttery soft micro modal blend.
3. A Wrap - The Cozy Wrap will serve as a warm wrap during your nesting phase and double as a nursing cover once baby moves in.
4. Less Is More – A clean and fresh face with a swipe of mascara (we like this natural one from Tarte) will brighten your morning and offer the illusion of a full night’s sleep.

Truth be told, with a newborn in the house, simple pleasures like a morning shower turn into a hot commodity.  these pieces will help you to worry less about what to wear, so you can spend an extra couple of minutes enjoying your shower.

Post written by the team at Ingrid & Isabel


DISCLAIMER:  This blog post was written by a paid sponsor for the Pregnancy Awareness Month (PAM) Campaign 2014 – Ingrid & Isabel, and edited by Team PAM.  The opinions expressed by Ingrid & Isabel and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not reflect the opinions of PAM or any employee thereof. PAM is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by Ingrid & Isabel.

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