Mom's Fashion Stay at Home

How to Look Put Together as a Mom

I load up the double stroller with the twins, the diaper bag, my preschooler and we walk up to the school every afternoon to meet my oldest son. There is no drive-by pick up area. We have to park, walk up and walk back to the car. I like the chance to get out and walk a little. My 4 year old enjoys chatting with the other younger siblings. But, there is always that thought in my head, “Do I look put together?” ...

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The Stay-At-Home Mom Look Book

I’m going to be up front here: I live in a pretty upscale neighborhood in Toronto. The kind of neighborhood that has 3,000-square-foot homes worth…well, a lot. The kind of neighborhood that has several gourmet grocery stores to choose from. The kind of neighborhood that has a high fashion kids store where you can find a onesie for a mere $50. The kind of neighborhood where nannies from far away countries are the ones picking kids up from school and taking them to the park. ...

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Stay At Home Mom Style

Once upon a time, when I was gainfully employed and child-free, getting dressed was a simple task. There was an expectation for a professional appearance that was fairly straightforward. Once I swapped the office for the stay-at-home mom world, I needed to invent a style that worked for my new way of life. I traded skirts and stockings for jeans, and blouses that required ironing for sweaters and fitted tees. It can be tempting to forsake appearance and style in the name of comfort and practicality, but that can be a slippery slope in which you one day find yourself looking like a parody of a soccer mom with a tapestry vest and high-waisted mom jeans. ...

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Style and the Stay-at-Home Mom: A Quest

Does anyone else have the Grocery Store Dilemma? Here’s how it plays out for me: I might need to go to the store but I’m in bumming-around-the-house clothes. I have one hour—no more!—between morning naptime and the attack of the kids’ lunch-time grumpies. I hate wasting time getting changed because, heck, it’s just the grocery store. So, I might go to the store in sweat pants and a dirty, stretched-out polo and tennis shoes. But sure enough: I run into 10 different people I know, probably including my former boss, my husband’s boss, my pastor, and four or five single friends who are dressed in heels, picking up some Vitamin Water on their lunch break. ...

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