Work Belly Style

Hi everyone. I'm pretty sure you all enjoyed your long Labor Day weekend for my readers here in the state. I certainly enjoyed mine. It was the weekend leading up to hubby and I 2nd year anniversary so we enjoyed the weekend doing the simple things we both love. Lunch date in the park, beach date, dinner date with some live music and even more dinner dates. It's hard to believe its been two years already but its
 been a great two years and we've definitely come a long way in all aspects. My heart is filled with more love for this man I call husband than the days before and I'm eagerly looking forward to and praying for a brighter future for myself, my husband and our little one.

When dressing for work, I've noticed it can easily turn boring, especially when you make that switch from heels to flats and your main focus is comfort above all else.  I stopped wearing heels to work couple of months ago which means my outfit can easily look causal more often than not. To keep things interesting, I like to add some color and bold accessories. These can easily heighten a casual look. With this look, I paired a basic midi dress with a red blazer, red necklace and one of my go to work flats for a work chic look.
Happy Wednesday and enjoy the rest of the week.

Dress: Asos, Blazer: H&M, Necklace: F21, Belt: The Limited, Shoes: VS


  1. Aww! Happy Anniversary in advance! I pray for a lifetime of happiness and fruitfulness together!! :)

    Your belly is definitely growing bigger and bigger. Looking forward to seeing the precious one! ;)

    1. Thanks dear.

      Oh belly is definitely growing everyday. Looking forward to meeting this little person also :)

  2. Nice put together. Looks comfy and cute. Congrats on your anniversary and bundle of blessing on the way. you are truly blessed!!

  3. Congrats on your anniversary that's awesome

  4. Thats one comfy deed comfort becomes key at this stage. Looking good. Happy Anniversary to you two.


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