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Fancy Pants

Fancy Pants
The baby rubbed his little round face over and over again into the women’s bosom. Each time the curls that hung over his forehead flattened and bounced back up. Flattened and bounced back up.
The smile on his face said that he loved the feel of her soft cotton sweater. It was simple and plain, and from this distance you could just make out a darkened little invisible fold across the jumper’s front; an invisible zip!
She was a breastfeeder.
But she didn’t look like a Mum. That’s sounds bad, doesn’t it. I just mean, she wasn’t… plain, or tired and rushed looking. She shone with the brightness of a million sequins and popped with the colour of her fire-engine red lips.
Man, she pulled off beauty and life better than I did and I worked in media. We’re supposed to be the quirkiest of the bunch.
Of course you will want your baby to be cuddled up to soft and warm Cotton material, but who’s to say that you can’t have a bad ass bottom.
Dress Up any baby safe and simple outfit but adding a shine and sparkle to your bottoms.
Whether you’re wearing satin, silk, sequins or spikes (be careful with lap sitting) you can go from ‘she’s a Mum’ to ‘she’s a badass beauty’ in no time.

Chloé sequin pants
farfetch.com

Red skirt
£10 – prettylittlething.com

Boohoo pleated skirt
£6.51 – boohoo.com

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New Mum Style Tip: Spectation

Spectation
So, when I was a lot younger, and when I say a lot younger, I mean when I was at university which was maybe three years ago, I used to wear specs.
I have 2020 vision thankfully and I don’t need specs. I don’t need glasses at all.
So why do I wear them?
Well that’s easy, because at the time I stayed up pulling all nighters all the time. I wasn’t quite the type who left my assignments for last minute, I was that person who panicked about an assignment for weeks on end and spent every night working on them over and over and over again.
That mean occasionally, okay I’ll be honest, often I would have spent the entire night wide-awake bashing away a keyboard fuelling myself with cups and cups and cups of coffee and in the morning it would be very telling on my face.
So, I learned a little trick I found a pair of specs with clear lenses. I tried them on, fell in love and adopted them as a staple of my university wardrobe.
And until this very day I still wear them! They make a very good accessory for the tired mama eyes!
I’m sharing this with you today because this is an excellent style tip for new mummies or existing mummies who have sleepless nights because not only is this one of my personal tricks it is this season’s hottest accessory.
BY CHANEEN SALIEE

Chloé hexagon glasses
£225 – ssense.com

Gucci see through glasses
£265 – mytheresa.com

Unisex glasses
£36 – visiondirect.com.au

Nasty Gal square frame glasses
£7.03 – nastygal.com