One of the first things on my to-do list post baby was to change my hair. Not since high school have I worn my hair short – back then I went full on 90’s pixie cut – but the growing out process was so painfully long and included resorting to styling in lots of pony tails and endless bobby pins that I decided never to go through that again. The long bob style was perfect for me, just short enough to feel like a change, but also long enough to throw up in a bun when necessary. It is just touching the shoulders in back and slightly longer in front. (Pretty much the definition of a mom haircut haha #momhairdon’tcare)
On to the look – transitioning back to my old clothes has been a bit of a challenge, but one go to of mine has been the classic jeans and a tee look. To be real, this tee was a little pricey for me, but since I don’t shop nearly as often as I used to, after I’ve made the decision to avoid shopping fast fashion – I am able to spend more on stuff I really love. (You could also just get an actual vintage tee from a thrift store and probably look even cooler than I do, then go be smart and invest that money or something – that’s totally up to you!) A fitted jacket, slightly longer vintage tee, and distressed denim is one of those outfits that looks good on every body shape, especially great for anyone transitioning back from pregnancy, or in the process of losing weight.