Five mom-friendly Fall trends

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If you’ve had enough of the heat this summer and are ready to trade in your swimsuit for a cozy sweater and jacket, you’re not alone. Sometimes it’s way more comfortable to just bundle up rather than take it all off and show way too much of your post-baby body. However, transitioning from season to season doesn’t mean that you have to stop wearing everything you own altogether. In fact, some trends from spring and even last fall are still going strong, which means you can just enhance your wardrobe with a few key pieces to keep you stylish this season. Here’s my top five picks for fall that are mom-friendly and super comfortable to run after tots in.

Tuxedo pants – I don’t know about you but sometimes, a mom just wants to NOT wear jeans. These can be dressed up or down and will take you everywhere this season.

Vince Camuto Colorblock Pants, $99, at nordstrom.com

Metallic — babies love shiny things…and so do moms. Try a metallic diaper bag or purse for an extra dose of style.

Storksak Tania Diaper Bag, $198, at nordstrom.com

Equestrian — lucky for us moms, this super casual style won’t require heels. Try a pair of chic riding boots paired with your favorite leggings or skinny jeans for an easy pulled together look.

Lucky Brand Falta Leather Riding Boots, $209, at lordandtaylor.com

Houndstooth — a classic print that looks great on everyone will flatter you from head-to-toe.

Houndstooth Sweatshirt, $65, at jcrew.com

Peplum – this feminine silhouette is still going strong for fall and it covers a post-baby belly perfectly making you confident and stylish.

Flower Embroidered Peplum Top, $76, at topshop.com


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Christine Fox is a San Diego-based freelance writer and Everyday Mama to two. She is a style contributor to StyleBakeryMom.com and also has her own site at EverydayMama.com.
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