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Picture 178Picture 180Attire:
Kenar: Purple jersey top
Liz Lange for Target: Black maternity trousers
Limited: Silver and purple necklace
Callisto: tan heeled sandals (down to very few comfy shoes… but I won't crack and buy black sandals this late in the season)
Silver hoops and cuff

Washed and conditioned night before and air dried
Straightened with Croc wet-to-dry flat iron this morning
Small amount of Jonathan Dirt

L'Oreal: True Match foundation in C3
Nars: Blush in Orgasm
Clinique: Almost Lipstick in Black Honey
Maybelline: Brow powder in Dark Brown, UltraLiner in Black, shadow quad iN mocha Motion

Tomorrow morning I have my monthly mama-and-baby checkup so we'll see how things are going! This shirt is not a maternity shirt… I like the non-maternity tops now that the belly is an actual baby bump and not a weird mass of lumps. It's nice to have these pieces that worked before and still work now!

A woman with curly hair wearing a plaid blazer holds a green fur coat over her shoulder on a city street.

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  1. Jonathan Dirt is great for shorter or piecey hairstyles – really gives definition without weight or greasiness. My husband uses it for his hair and I decided to try some to change up the look and rough up the style for this day 🙂

    Jonathan Silky Dirt is great for longer layered styles – it gives the same sort of definition but isn’t as thick and waxy, lets the hair flow nicely. I love how both smell and highly recommend both!

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