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Thought I'd pass along this tip I got from a friend of mine back home with two children. She always manages to look fab and she told me that she checks out this blog for inspiration. It's called "Ain't No Momma Jeans" and I've just started looking at it and it's been really eye opening. I feel like since having a baby and a new body I sometimes feel at a loss for what to wear and more importantly what to buy. What will hold up against my little one? What will handle spit up, tugging, pulling, scratching, yanking, drooling, well etc. What will look good on my new body?
Anyway here is the link and maybe you will find it helpful too!
What is cashmere? What is merino wool? I don't think I own or have ever owned anything made of those materials.
Haha I was thinking the same thing.. And dry cleaning. I just don't do dry cleaning. I guess a few of my suits are DCO, but I wear those so rarely and for such a short period of time I never take then in.
Great blog though - Ineed more time to really read it!