3 Styles 3 Ways - Why Investing in a Few Key Maternity Pieces Means Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck

3 Styles 3 Ways - Why Investing in a Few Key Maternity Pieces Means Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck

 

Intro by stylist Jenny Greenstein

 

There’s nothing more profound than entering motherhood and I believe it’s a time to amp self-care, which includes personal style. While pre/postnatal life is short-term, investing in your whole self from the inside out through all major life shifts is vital for mind, body, soul and spirit. While having a budget is recommended, being strategic about the pieces you purchase can ensure a shelf life that takes you through maternity/nursing days and beyond.

Teat & Cosset supports women from a style, function and emotional perspective as they embrace their most beautiful selves through this entire journey. An investment into the collection is much deeper than dollars and cents which makes the return priceless.

When Peggy, founder of Teat & Cosset asked me to style this shoot, my goal was to demonstrate how the individual pieces can be worn with multiple end-use. Women typically decide how they want to wear a newly purchased item at point of purchase, and their idea usually falls in either the casual or elevated box, less frequently do they commingle. But, I wanted to highlight how Teat & Cosset pieces can be worn in multiple scenarios, further justifying the investment.

I styled the Gemma sweatshirt, Clo dress and Carlotta Ruffle dress in 3 ways: wear-to-work, weekend and a night out. With this kind of flexibility in your pre/postnatal wardrobe, you get the most bang for your buck, and longevity of wear. And in 2018, as women are juggling it all, it is essential that your clothing transitions into all areas of your life!

 

Thanks Jenny for your gracious words and amazing styling! See how Jenny Greenstein of YourSoulStyle styled 3 of our pieces 3 different ways below. And a big thanks to beautiful mama Tinamarie Clark and new mama Ana Gambuto, our photographer. Loved working with you ladies!

xoxo,

Peggy

 

Carlotta at Work

Shop our Carlotta dress, styled for the office, above. To get this look Jenny added a plaid trench and low heeled shoes with a bow.

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Carlotta's Night Out

Shop our Carlotta Dress styled for an evening out, above. Jenny added a gorgeous denim cape and gold high heels to complete the look.

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Casual Carlotta

Shop our Carlotta dress styled for the weekend, above. Jenny added our FW18 Giada sweater (coming in September!) and a wicker bag to get a more causal look.

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Clo at Work

Shop our Clo Shirtdress styled for the office, above. Jenny used a pale blue blazer with pretty white flats to complete this look for work.

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Clo's Night Out

Shop our Clo Shirtdress styled for a night out, above. To get this look Jenny simply added a black biker jacket and a cute black "fanny" pack to define Tinamarie's waist. Or try a black belt instead.

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Casual Clo

Shop our Clo Shirtdress styled for the weekend. Here Jenny added a classic trench and a pretty square shaped wicker bag. Plus, white Converse sneakers for comfort.

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Gemma's Night Out

Shop our Gemma Sweatshirt styled for an evening out, above. Jenny transformed a causal top by pairing our Gemma with a long lace skirt and brown sandals. 

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Gemma at Work

Shop our Gemma Sweatshirt styled for the office, above. Jenny added a pretty pleated skirt and a jean jacket to complete this look for a casual dress code.

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Casual Gemma


 Shop our Gemma Sweatshirt styled for the weekend, above. Jenny paired our Gemma with blue jeans and gold colored loafers for a look that is comfortable yet chic.

 


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