Who Says Fashion Is Not for New Moms
August 26, 2015 | Fashion and Beauty Tips | No Comments|
New born babies may be the best and unrivalled style sources. God’s blessed creation, they’re so adorable that they takes away the attention from your dark circles visible under eyes, the ignored hair, and a wardrobe that revolves around tight fitting clothes.
Still, Motherhood is beautiful and every woman discerns there’s a link between feeling good and looking decent. It’s a myth that after having a new born baby, women fails to symbolize beauty as her body remains no more fit for sensual look. The only trick to look at your best is to drape yourself in as little fuss as possible. Here are a few tips on selecting your attire for an exclusive event post baby birth to help you feel confident and appealing in a snap.
The Perfect Silhouettes for New Indian Moms
The good news for women in India is that now you don’t need to spend hours in market searching for apt postpartum clothes that can suit even festive occasion and mood or spend big bucks for a well maintained wardrobe. You just need few staples for your wardrobe that can make you feel flawless and some junk accessories — such as a gaudy ear-ring, pearl ring, scarf, or other jazzy jewelry — when you want to well-groom the things before an earmarked occasion. With the correctselection of Indian ethnic attires, you can look smart while taking care of your new-mom practicalities. You’ll need silhouettes that help you feel comfortable with your embryonic shape and elude the dry cleaner’s visit.
· For the first month or so after giving birth, you’ll probably be most comfortable in puffy clothes. But that doesn’t mean you need to give up your fashion quotient. You can surely go ahead with a plazo suit with broad bottom ends which can even help you hide your little bit heavy lower body now!
· During your postpartum cloth shopping either online or offline, keep in mind that you should avoid hard-to-care fabrics such as silk, net or jacquard and pass over any “hand wash only” fabrics such as cotton, satin or georgette. With a nestling new born in your life, you’ll needallthat’slong-lasting, somewhat creaseless, relaxing, and most significantly, washable. A free flow Anarkali suit will do the best.
· Fortunately, casual outfits can combine a lot of smartness to your style. You can ease yourself with the comfort of something like nursing kurtis — with a lenient cut and elastic waist, but be sure it is textured as a polished fabric like cotton cashmere. Pick up bright nursing kurtis with hidden zippers and exciting necklines for a trendy and artless update. Studies predict that colors have anoptimisticeffect on your set mood, and it’s a prodigiousapproach to revitalize any dress. Don’t stay away from bold colors as it gives you a slimmer look — try sober colors for your evening walk with baby.
· The attire that gives every woman an Indian look – yes, nothing can add more grace to your charm than a spectacular saree. It’s even amazing when your little angel holds the corner of your saree’s end “Aanchal” and gives you a heavenly look. Imagine you have a special festive ceremony at home and you need to dress up properly as many eyes would be on you and your little child, what would you do? as nursing gowns may not suit the situation. Saree could help you best but just make sure that it is feather-light.
“Fashion looks better when you feel good inside.” Regain your confidence and come with that sensual look to which even bows down with Ftrendy’s amazing ethnic collection exclusively designed for women.