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Mommy Fashion

To Spanx or Not to Spanx: Wearing Dresses Without Shapewear

Just like last week, this blog was inspired by a question RLS received. However, in this case the questioner was not a blog reader, but an attendee of a Maternity Planner event at which I was on a panel, Motherhood But Make it Fashion, last March. The question went like this: As a new mom, I have a softer tummy than I used to, yet I feel no inclination to wear shapewear as I did in the past. How do I reconcile societal norms of what looks good versus what feels good? I can relate, and from what we’ve been …

Mommy Fashion

Take Control of Your Working Mama Closet

What did I do with my Memorial Day weekend? In addition to multiple pool outings with the kids and quality time with family and friends, I completely reorganized my closet while switching it over for the season. Usually my closet is a well-oiled machine which only requires pulling out the past season and putting in the new, moving things around as necessary. This time I knew my closet needed a major overhaul. Now that my kids are 5 and 7, I am back to wearing more “real” clothes (i.e. dry-clean-only investment pieces). I was frustrated with my closet all winter, …

Mommy Fashion

The Ultimate Mommy Q&A with Lani

  We do a lot of work with new moms at RLS. Even before I was a mother myself, I had found my niche helping women who have no time for themselves (hello moms!) look and feel put together every day, so that they could fulfill their own dreams and passions. Once I became a mother myself and realized fully how hard it is to do all of the things, especially while working full time, I dove in extra deep to help other mothers gain self-confidence through their wardrobes. It seems as if I get asked a lot of the …

Mommy Fashion

Introducing the Wear Your Power E-Course!

. Those first few weeks after you have your first child can be a dream. The baby still sleeps. You are in awe of what your body can and has just done. And all anyone expects of you is to make sure the little angel in your arms eats, sleeps and has his diaper changed. Best of all, you can do all of this in your pajamas. Then comes the first time you have to leave the house looking decent. Oh, the panic. Oh, the frustration. Oh, the piles of clothes on the bed as you try on everything in …