Spring Style | Floral Dress at the Domes

Nothing says Spring like a flowy floral dress. Okay, maybe tulips and budding leaves and birds chirping…. But until then, we’ll prep for Spring style and visit the Domes, Milwaukee’s giant Horticulture conservatory.

Lillian also loves visiting the domes and she goes almost everywhere with me. I also wanted to take this opportunity to get some Mother-Daughter pics of us while she’s still an only child. She was so well behaved and such a sweetheart at this sessions. So grateful Amanda captured these motherhood moments for me!

I love this deep V, long-sleeved, belted style of maxi dress. SO elegant and classic on ANY shape or size, in my opinion! This is actually a maternity dress and looks great even though I’m not even showing yet. And because this one came from PinkBlush, they’ve taken women and their bodies into consideration. This dress has elastic in the back and the waist belt to fit comfortably while you gain or lose pounds and in every trimester of maternity. Plus the crossover v neckline is nice and high and modestly cover many different cup sizes. While also being conveniently accommodating breastfeeding.
pink blush carries this dress style in a few different floral prints. It was hard to choose, but this ivory, orange and coral floral print felt the most Spring to me and seems versatile enough to wear As I bump out through Summer and even postpartum early Fall. Topped off the look with my taupe felt hat for some extra Spring style.
*This print was pretty popular since it’s sold out in some sizes. Add your email to be notified when stock is in or check out these others prints I may add to my collection ->
Black Floral Maxi Maternity Dress
Green Floral Maxi Maternity Dress
Deep Red Floral Maxi Maternity Dress
I’m wearing size Small, I’m 9 weeks pregnant here. Fits great With room to grow, but needs to be hemmed to my 5’2″ height.

Dress: PinkBlush Maternity
Lily’s top & pants: Blackbear Children’s Boutique
Photography: Amanda Vick

Author: Lauren

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