Tuesday, September 30, 2014


And at the end of the night, in my fast flats:
I didn't wear any shapewear, and you can tell a bit by the end of the night.  :) 
(Dress: Herve Leger, Shoes: Christian Louboutin, Purse: super old and have no idea, Flats: Dr. Scholls' Fast Flats, Earrings: White House Black Market, Snake bracelet: Charming Charlie)
I went for the shape wear with this one.  :)
(Dress: Herve Leger, Shoes: Sergio Rossi, Purse: my DIY crystal-covered Jimmy Choo sunglass case - which sparkled perfectly in the Vegas lights, Necklace: I can't remember the designer/brand, but it's from Nordstroms, Earrings: Vince Camuto also from Nordstroms, bracelet: New York and Company)

During the days I wore mostly shorts or a cute dress and flats or my silver sandals. The one difference from my usual clothing is that I wore fun earrings that normally i'd be nervous about the baby pulling.
(Earrings and tank: New York and Company, cardigan (great for the plane): Old Navy)


  1. wow! you look so great in the HL dress!!! I really want to know more about what shapewear you wore in the second picture.

    I'm so glad you had fun and looked so fashionable!

  2. Thank you! That's why I keep buying more - they are *so* flattering. The dresses themselves provide shaping and "hold."

    Shapewear is so tricky. This one is *amazing* for me (as long as the clothing will hide/disguise the seam well enough): http://www.amazon.com/Maidenform-Flexees-Womens-Shapewear-Control/dp/B0007QMK2S/ref=sr_1_47?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1413262284&sr=1-47&keywords=corset. I have a size S. I can rotate it so the hook part is to the side or in the back if that hides the seam better, but it is most comfortable and flattering if the hook part is in front.

    Also, Yay you checked this again! I'll start posting again now. :)