Fall Wardrobe Update – Four Favorite Pieces

Now that I’m finally back to my pre pregnancy/pre Dylan pregnancy weight, I’ve been slowly updating my wardrobe. I was pregnant back to back and it felt like all I wore for years was maternity and nursing clothing.

First on my list to update — a new pair of black denim pants.  Can I just say how much I love high rise jeans? Seriously, I don’t think I’ll ever wear anything else again. This pair by Tobi is my current favorite. It fits great and keeps everything in place. For a mom of 3 there isn’t anything better than style, coverage and comfort. These jeans have it all.

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I cannot believe I’ve waited this long to own a trench coat! It’s such an iconic piece and a must have in every woman’s wardrobe. Available in black and camel, the Let It Rain trench coat is light weight and fits great. It’s the perfect piece to transition between seasons.

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Light weight cardigans are a staple in my closet. This one  by Static Kisses is super versatile and comfortable. You can pair them with anything from yoga pants to jeans, skirts and dresses — I’ve already done it. Yes, it’s been on heavy rotation since it arrived. And guess what? It’s currently 50% off. Go ahead, order both colors — trust me, you won’t regret it!

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The second I saw this midi dress I fell in love. It’s soft, relaxed silhouette features draped cowl arm holes that make this stretchy knit midi dress a super sexy dress. I recently wore it to a date night with Brad and plan on wear it again to a wedding next month. It’s currently on sale for less than $20 — at that price, you’ll want to order it in both black and grey.

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Disclosure: This post is written in collaboration with Tobi who provided samples. Regardless, I only recommend products and services I personally believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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