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a comfortable pregnancy -- wooden shoes

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Jesse Swing Henley Maternity Knit Top Stitch FixLotta From Stockholm clogs
top: Jessal Swing Henley Maternity Knit Top via Stitch Fix
jeans: DL1961 Moscow Maternity Skinny via Stitch Fix
shoes: Red Braids, Lotta From Stockholm 

If you've been reading my blog for a while now, you are probably well acquainted with my love affair of Lotta From Stockholm clogs.  I've gotten to partner with them to share new colors and styles, but my love affair started 3ish years ago when I was pregnant with Henry.  I saw Sarah Jessica Parker in some super cute clogs, found out what brand they were, and quickly forgot about them because they were way way too expensive.  But I was still really needing comfortable shoes for my pregnancy that would be good for spring and summer - and flats just don't cut it for me.  I wanted a bit of a heel... and I still wanted clogs!  I finally stumbled upon Lotta.  They are so much more affordable and ask any of my friends in town -- I go on and on about their comfort. (here's my first post w/ my first lottos!)

Not kidding.  Now that I have a couple pairs - both low clog and high - they are one of my "best kept secrets" of pregnancy that I tell all momma's to be.  The structure, even with the heels, keeps the anatomical shaping of the foot and such good support.  I can wear them all day everyday.  In fact -- you'll see another post with these red ones tomorrow!

Check out Lotta online -- they have lots of new colors and styles out.  You can also find them on pinterest and instagram.  

And another side note -- if you are looking for some comfortable good quality maternity clothing that fits with your style, Stitch Fix now does total maternity fixes.  I've done two now and am waiting on my third.  Check them out and make sure to add to your style profile that you are expecting and your due date.  ((my stitch fix referral link >> bit.ly/YourStitchFix))


All photography by the lovely Cameron Jones.  
Website coming soon. Find her on instagram 
(and if you're local - she is doing pop-up mini sessions next weekend! info on her insta profile)


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