The maternity section at Salvation Army is cool in a weird way. I wonder why designers used to think that once you get pregnant you need to all of a sudden start dressing differently? I do not think that in the 80s all the pregnant chicks wanted to look like gigantic 8 year olds (and do not even get me started on the gross things that available nowadays). Whatever, I'm down with it. I found a couple good things, for instance, this 90s floral babydoll top is pretty and autumnal.
I got this jacket on ebay for 99 cents. (where is the damn cents sign on my keyboard? There isn't one?!) 99 ARE YOU OUTTA YOUR MIND? I paid like 15 bucks for shipping but who cares because thats still the best deal ever. Its Contempo Casuals, which is a brand I collect and constantly search for on Ebay and Etsy. I have fond, fond memories from the mid 90s when my mom would take me shopping there for special occasions. I still have some of the clothes I bought in middle school and could fit in them up until probably last month. I was a big 12 year old. Of course, the store was still around for a few years after that, but it was never as good as it was when I was in 7th grade.
And last, but certainly not least. My shoes: also purchased from the Salvation Army, in 2 sizes too big to accommodate thick socks and future feet swelling. I am madly in love with the color burgundy.