SAHM Style Series: #2 LuLaRoe Cassie

Style Board #2

 

Today’s outfit is a little dressier but every SAHM should have 1 or 2 of those in their closet. It’s a nice go to for date nights or when you actually get the afternoon away from the kids to meet up with a girlfriend for drinks. I know, I know…. That happens like never. But you never know, right!

I don’t have this outfit in my closet yet but I am working on it. I love the Cassie skirt which is very stretchy and compliments any body type. The flowing top conceals some of that mommy pouch while still looking sophisticated. I’m all about small heels anymore so ankle boots are a good way to add some height without the risk of tripping on the Lego land mines as you make your way to the door. Since there is already a beautiful neckline to the shirt I focused on earrings and a nice cuff bracelet to finish the outfit.

To learn more about LuLaRoe and sign up to host a Pop Up visit Victoria Harmelink on Facebook.

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About Cherry Blossom Loves #cblsahmstyles

Since becoming a SAHM it’s been a real challenge to keep up with my appearance.  I didn’t realize until recently how much I had let myself go over the last 4 years. I showered maybe 3-4 times a week, never worried about what my hair looked like, and stopped using makeup all together. My wardrobe consisted of black yoga pants, black tank tops, and black shirts. I stopped caring about accessories, purses, and my jewelry started collecting dust. I never looked in the mirror and hated being in photos with the kids. It was bad and I was miserable.

After bringing it up in a few of my moms groups I found out it’s more common than I thought, more importantly I wasn’t alone. I decided enough was enough and I needed to stop making excuses. I started shopping around for fun clothes again, which lead me to participating in my first LuLaRoe Pop Up on Facebook. All the sudden my closet was full of color, fun patterns, and even cute dresses! From there I started investing in accessories and paid more attention to my appearance and how much time I spent taking care of myself each day.

I realized part of the problem is finding fun yet practical and reasonably priced clothing. I decided to take on the challenge and this mini series to share some of the stores, brands, and outfits that fit my needs as a stay at home mom.

You can follow along on Instagram using the hashtag #cblsahmstyles

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