The Perks of a Babydoll Top

Who doesn’t want to wear flattering clothes? Really though, there are certain types of tops that work for your figure rather than against it, and 9 times out of 10 a babydoll top will do that. It makes your waist look small, hides the food baby, and lends to a flowy yet feminine shape.

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I’ve already shared how much I love Fit in Clouds flats, but this is the pair I can’t get enough of. They look really similar to a pair of Chanel flats, but at a tiny fraction of the price. Super comfortable and super cute? I really can’t convince you any more than that:).

I also really love how this top can be worn as a tunic but would just as easily be paired with jeans. Faux leather leggings are a nice mix as they always feel a tid bit more dressed up than plain leggings, but don’t have the restrictiveness of jeans.  The model on the website has got to be a size 0 though because this top definitely has more of a fitted feel on me;).

If you missed it on Friday, I’d love your input on this quick 6 question survey for a upcoming project for Darling, Dearest! I’m really, really, really excited, but definitely need input from others in order to make it beneficial!

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