New to Ain't No Mom Jeans and not sure where to start? Here are a few articles whether you are expecting, nursing, a brand-new mom, or a mom looking for mom-drobe inspiration...
Congratulations! Whether you are embracing your growing shape, or just feeling fat (and we've been there, too)...let us help you step out in style!
Looking for a gorgeous nursing bra? Read our round-up (it includes where to shop). Nursing sports bra? Yup. Racer-back nursing bra? For realz. Need some advice on how to rock a maxi dress while nursing? We've been there.
Or, if you're looking for the hands-down, absolute best nursing tip ever...then check out our article on Power Pumping.
All outfit inspiration that allows easy access for a nursing mom can be found in our Style for Nursing Moms category.
Hang in there, Chicky! Your life will go back to...well...almost normal. To help, we have a few strategies on working with your post-partum poochy stomach, and would like to introduce your stomach pooch to the shaper cami. We frequently cover pooch-hiding outfits, and encourage mamas to look beyond an empire waist.
If you just need a laugh (and a level-set of how loooong it takes to really get rid of the belly) try our article, Your Pre-Baby Body Called...It Says It's Not Coming Back.
So you've been living in sweats and are ready to branch out? Here's a three-part series (one, two, three) on the New Style "Rules" For Moms, an updated list of must-have Fall basics, or try our easy method to determine your personal style. Once you have kids, shopping is never quite the same game...so here are some tips for easily building a mom-drobe, as well as some advice on where to put your hard-earned dollars in our Quality vs. Quantity discussion.
We're hoping that you'll find all sorts of mom-fashion inspiration here. If you are looking for something specific (you just bought a new pair of Flares or a plaid shirt and are wondering how to wear them) then check out our always-growing list of categories. If an article talks about it, links to it, or features it, we've included that article in the category. We also love reader questions, so feel free to ask by emailing your question to firstname.lastname@example.org.