Easy Breezy Boho Chic

Hey guys! I hope you all are having an “Easy Breezy” weekend so far.  I will be spending most of my weekend taking part in my new favorite past time: working on Baby G’s (Baby Guenechea) nursery!  I am very proud of our progress so far, we’ve painted; built the crib, dresser, changing table; and organized Baby G’s clothing (or at least what clothing we have so far).  Despite the progress we still have so much work to do! Preparing for a baby is an enormous amount of work and I don’t want to leave anything for the last minute.  I shared a little sneak peek at the nursery on IG earlier this week (here), but I can’t wait to share the final outcome with you all!

Here’s an “Easy Breezy” shirt dress look I put together with the help of a few colorful boho accessories.  I love this shirt dress because it is work or weekend appropriate, lightweight and will carry over well sans baby bump.  I’ve been very selective about my maternity style purchases ensuring that I select items that I can also make use of after pregnancy.  Consider that my #1 maternity style tip!  I’ll be working on a list of maternity style tips this week and sharing them on the blog very soon!

I wish you all a wonderful weekend and as always, thanks for stopping by!

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White Shirt Dress: BCBG MaxAzria (similar, similar)

Necklace: Girls Will Be Girls Boutique

Ring: ALDO Shoes

Wedges: Schutz (on SALE here)

Fringe Bag: Gift from BFF

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PinkBlush Maternity & $75 Giveaway

They say “Spring is when life is alive in everything” and this couldn’t hold any truer for me personally than it does this Spring!  Today marks the 28 week point in my pregnancy and I am happy to share that I continue to feel happier, healthier and more alive than ever. Being pregnant  has been the single most magical and rewarding experience in my entire life. At 28 weeks, I am feeling my baby boy’s movements more than ever; can finally say my voracious appetite is slowly subsiding; and have become obsessed with the decor and completion of my little man’s nursery.

As you can see, my baby bump is growing bigger and more beautiful every waking moment and thanks to a little help from my friends over at PinkBlush Maternity, styling my bump has been simple, fun and affordable.  As soon as I found out I was pregnant I immediately began the hunt for stylish, yet affordable maternity clothes and PinkBlush resulted in the answer to my maternity style prayers.  With a vast selection of maternity tops, bottoms, dresseshospital robes and maternity plus sizes, PinkBlush is a one stop shop for maternity fashion!  I personally can’t get enough of their beautiful selection of maxi dresses, you’ve seen me in one of their gorgeous wrap around maxi dresses before here; I also purchased that same wrap dress in a different print which I plan to wear for my office baby shower on April 8th (stay tuned for that); and in today’s maternity style post I am wearing the ‘Coral Damask Bottom Maternity Maxi Dress’ which is available in a variety of colors and plus sizes too!

What I love most about PinkBlush’s Maxi Dresses is their versatility. Not only are they specially made to accommodate a growing baby bump from day 1 to day 280, but you’ll be happy to know that PinkBlush’s maxi dresses are also tailor-made to fit even after you’ve given birth and lost all the baby weight.  What’s more is the facility of a maxi dress to take you from day to evening with just the switch of a few accessories.  Today’s post shows how my ‘Coral Damask Bottom Maternity Maxi Dress’ took me from a day time stroll around the Coral Gables Farmers Market, to an evening dinner date with my love with just a quick change of shoes and accessories.

And now, the part you’ve all been waiting for…… Giveaway Time!! I’ve teamed up with PinkBlush to bring you an amazing giveaway just in time for spring shopping!  How does a $75.00 gift card to shop PinkBlush sound? By the way, have I mentioned that PinkBlush has a collection of non-maternity clothing as well?  That’s right, pregnant or not this is a giveaway you don’t want to miss!

There are two options for entering, you can choose either option, or to increase your chances of winning, you can do both:

Option 1: Subscribe to Sun Fun Fashion!  Enter your e-mail address into the slot provided in the upper right hand corner of the Sun Fun Fashion Home Page and click SUBSCRIBE.

Option 2: Head on over to my Instagram and follow the steps provided in any of my posts featuring PinkBlush! (here and here)

The winner will be announced via e-mail and/or Instagram DM on April 4, 2016!  Good luck!

 

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Evening Look

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Maternity Style Must Have

We all love to hate Kim Kardashian, but we gotta give her credit where credit is due, and while I give her kuddos for turning a shoddy sex tape into a multi-million dollar empire, that is not what I will be crediting her in today’s blog post. I will however, be crediting her for influencing my all-around “Maternity Style Must Have”….. The endlessly versatile Wolford Fatal Dress.

Although I don’t customarily wear skin tight dresses, I can’t think of a better time to embrace my womanly curves than during pregnancy.  Made of a luxe, super stretchy fabric, the Wolford Fatal Dress is the essential dress to accommodate a woman’s flourishing, baby making body; and as if finding the perfect LBD to sustain you through 9 months of pregnancy wasn’t valuable enough, you’ll be wowed to know that this amazing dress can be worn in at least 10 different ways!

We all know maternity clothing can be pricey, and although the Wolford Fatal Dress’ $215.00 price tag isn’t necessarily on the low end, when you consider the countless styling possibilities and potential for postpartum wear, it truly is a bang for one’s buck.

What’s your maternity style must have?

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In the Trenches

Hi guys! Here’s a look I wore a few weeks ago, but didn’t get around to posting sooner as I’ve been feeling a bit “In the Trenches”.  I’m currently getting over the second upper respiratory infection I’ve managed to acquire throughout this pregnancy and boy has it taken its toll on me!  Congestion has actually been a constant throughout my pregnancy  and apparently its a constant for many women due to the increased blood flow to all mucous membranes, caused by the high levels of estrogen and progesterone during pregnancy.

Miami’s recent temperamental weather hasn’t been much help either, but at least its presented me the chance to wear one of my favorite statement pieces, this maxi sleeveless trench. You’ve seen me wear it on the blog before here, but I’ve worn it numerous times with everything from short skirts and high-waisted shorts to midi-skirts and jeans.  What makes this sleeveless trench a major statement piece is the dramatic length which can turn even the simplest cotton bodycon dress into a head turning ensemble.  Because being pregnant doesn’t mean you can’t turn heads in admiration!

Hope you guys have a wonderful Friday and weekend!

xoxo,

Martha

t2Maxi Sleeveless Trench: Lavish Alice (sold out) (similar, similar); Olive Cotton Bodycon Dress: Forever 21; Olive Gladiator Heels: MIA Shoes (similar); Handbag: Louis VuittonNecklace: Nordstrom Rack

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Weekend Bumpin’

While I still haven’t entirely renounced my beloved collection of stilettos, these days in my fifth month of pregnancy when my balance and equilibrium are a bit off (a common side effect of adjusting to a growing mid-section) you will most likely catch me reaching for midi-heels, kitten heels or chunky block heels during the work week.  But on weekends, sneakers are my saving grace!

Now, opting for sneakers doesn’t mean you’re confined to athletic wear or T-shirts and jeans (not that there is anything wrong with that). The feminine/masculine mishmash of sneakers with dresses/skirts has been a hot trend on the runways for quite some time and according to Glamour Magazine, sneakers are once again one of the hottest shoe trends for Spring 2016!

I personally love J.Crew’s selection of sneakers perfect for combining with dresses and skirts. The key to pulling off sneakers with dresses and skirts is PROPORTION. Never wear high tops with a knee length skirt.  Such combination will visually cut off your legs making you look short and stout– something to avoid at all costs, especially while baby bumpin’. Sneakers that are cut below the ankle such as Keds, Converse or the New Balance’s you see me wearing below will elongate your legs, making the proportion of your comfy yet stylish  outfit look much better!

I hope you’ve all had a wonderful weekend so far and thanks for stopping by Sun Fun Fashion!

xoxo,

Martha and Baby G

wb5Faux Suede Knee Length Dress: ROSS; Denim Jacket: Marshalls; Women’s New Balance for J. Crew 620 Sneakers in Gold Salt; Handbag: Louis Vuitton Speedy 30 Damier Azur

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