The mommy style can be adopted in so many different ways. The primary purpose of this post, “My Mommy style embraces the Mom you are,” is to provide tips to help you find your own unique style and encourage you to embrace your individuality. It’s a great starting point for moms just beginning their journey of self-discovery.
Why Does The Mommy Style Matter?
Because it’s your style and you can wear whatever you want, wherever you want. It also means that you are not defined by what society says is beautiful or fashionable. You get to be exactly who YOU ARE!
How do I get started?
It would help if you had a few things:
- A new pair of jeans that fit well (and don’t make your butt look big)
- A cute top to wear over those jeans (or just under them)
Tips for Looking Stylish As Mom
There are many tips to help you look stylish as a mom. It’s about knowing what works for you and your body type and being confident in your skin. Here are some tips to help get started:
Feel good about who you are.
The first thing to do is realize that you are perfect just the way you are. You’re not trying to be someone else or trying to fit into a mold that doesn’t exist for your unique personality—you know who you are, and its okay if others don’t see it through their own eyes.
This doesn’t mean that there aren’t any things about yourself that could use improvement; everyone on this planet has room for improvement! But when we’re talking about how we dress ourselves today (and tomorrow), let me ask:
- What makes YOU feel good about who YOU are?
- Is it something as simple as wearing comfortable clothes?
- Do those clothes make YOU feel confident in who YOU are?
- Or maybe even more importantly: does wearing those clothes make other people think differently of YOU based solely on THEM seeing YOUR outfit instead of realizing what kind of person they know deep down inside themselves?
If this sounds like something keeping us up at night wondering whether or not our choices were correct, then let me tell you something: WE ARE RIGHT! The thing about fashion is that when done right, there is no wrong way to express ourselves through what we wear every day.
Practice wearing clothes that fit you well.
Accepting that you are no longer a little girl is one of the most challenging aspects of growing up. Your body has changed, and so has your style.
It’s okay to be insecure about how you look, but don’t let that insecurity hold you back from embracing who you are as an adult woman!
The best way to embrace this new stage in life is by wearing clothes that fit well. You don’t need to 100% put on a size two outfit every day; in fact, I would rather see my daughter wear something that makes her feel good than something she thinks looks good because it’s “in” or whatever else society says we should do (like buying expensive designer jeans).
Choose colors that make you happy.
Colors can be a powerful tool for self-expression and happiness. When you choose your clothes, accessories, and makeup based on what makes you feel good about yourself, the result will reflect who you are.
Here are some examples of colors that make me feel powerful:
- Red – Fireworks, hot dogs (I’m kidding), blood
- Blue – The Ocean is one of my favorite places to go; I also love blue jeans because they’re comfortable and versatile—they go with everything!
- Purple/violet – Fashion designers incorporate these shades into their designs because they know how much women love them. When we see clothes in this shade, we think, “wow, look at how much prettier this person looks compared to everyone else.”
This list could go on forever with all kinds of different shades, but it’s important not only what color makes us feel good but also why? Why do we like specific colors so much? Maybe it has something to do with our personality type (elements such as being introverted versus extroverted); perhaps it’s just because there are no other options available when shopping for clothing items online vs. physical stores near where ever location might reside where we live now today…
Dress for the weather, not the occasion.
- Dress for the weather, not the occasion.
It’s easy to get caught up in dressing up and looking your best when you’re at a wedding or a business meeting. But if you want to stay comfortable and move around quickly, consider wearing easy-to-move-in clothes—and don’t make it hard for you to breathe!
Wearing something too tight can cause breathing and heat retention issues during hot weather (which is why there are so many articles about how much one should wear).
- Dress appropriately for your body type:
If you have wide hips or shoulders, don’t wear fitted shirts; instead, opt for loose ones that flow over your hips and stomach area evenly instead of bunching up in those areas (this will also help prevent chaffing).
If you have long legs but short arms or torso, stick with tops that cover where necessary rather than showing off every inch of skin (and know how tall/rude someone else might be before putting together an outfit).
Be comfortable in your skin.
Being yourself is the best way to be comfortable in your skin. When you are who you are, it will be easier for people to accept and love you. You will feel more confident, making it easier for others to like the person they see before them instead of someone else’s idea of what they think someone should look like or act like.
If there is one thing I want for everyone reading this post (and I know we can all agree), then let it be this: Be yourself! Don’t try too hard; don’t try too hard at anything because if we do, we end up with regrets later down the road when things don’t turn out exactly how we hoped they would.”
A little black dress is a great piece to start with!
A little black dress is a great piece to start with! This staple can be worn for any occasion, making it easy to add color and flair to your outfit. You can wear it on its own or with accessories—it’s versatile and easy to care for!
You deserve to look great and feel great, and a few essential tips will make all the difference!
The key to looking and feeling great is to embrace your style. You don’t need to compare yourself against others. It’s all about how you think, so if something doesn’t work for you, try something else! You deserve to look and feel great—and these tips will help you get there!
Don’t be afraid of trying new things: Don’t be scared of trying new things! Even if they don’t work out as planned (or at all), they’ll still give us confidence in our abilities when we return to our closet later down the road.
Final Words – My Mommy Style Embrace the Mom You Are
If you’re feeling a bit low on self-confidence and ready to take the first step towards embracing your unique mommy style, this article has given you some ideas.
There are so many ways to reinvent yourself and break through the barriers of what society thinks ‘looks good’ or ‘looks like a mom’—and we know it can feel like an uphill battle at times! But if you keep these tips in mind and put them into practice, it doesn’t have to be hard anymore.
So what are you waiting for? Let us know if there is anything else you would like us to cover on our blog in future posts!