Style: Third Trimester Essentials

When you finally arrive at your third trimester, all you want to wear are comfortable clothes. This has definitely been the case for my second pregnancy. I’ve been asked by readers and friends what my go-to pieces have been throughout my pregnancy. I have a few essentials that I couldn’t have lived without.

With baby number two you show a lot sooner, your regular jeans that fit until month seven for your first pregnancy, don’t work by month four – it’s all SO different. When I started looking around for a few key pieces to add to my wardrobe, I discovered a new-to-me site named TILDEN.

LOOK ONE



Top: Equipment Linen Tunic | Sandals: Fringe Slide Sandal

LOOK TWO


Dress: Black Tank Dress | Top: Vince Shirred Back Yoke Silk Top

LOOK THREE


Tunic by Yumi Kim

As most of you know, I strive to purchase items that aren’t for pregnancy because it’s such a short window of time that you will actually wear the pieces. Finding items during pregnancy that fit nicely, look good, feel good, and you can wear pre-and post-pregnancy, is the ultimate score in my book. TILDEN is made for the modern mom. They feature pieces that are regular designs from regular designers, some of my everyday go-to brands like Joie, ALC, EquipmentATM, Enza Costa, and much more! The items are not maternity wear, so you’ll still want to wear them after pregnancy. I’ll be just as apt to wear them after the baby. They’re sophisticated, high quality fabrics, with clean lines and a neutral palate – my idea of perfection!

This post is a partnership with TILDEN. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting sponsored posts that keep Sacramento Street doors open.

Photos by Andrea Posadas for Sacramento Street

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  1. littleblackdomicile

    I have no doubt you will look, and be, as chic as you have always been with 2 kiddos as well. Your style is an inspiration. Blessing for you and your soon to be expanded family.-Laurel Bledsoe

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