Right, so we do not know what the little bundle of joy will be, yet! Well, at least not for sure, and we do not want to announce anything until we know 100%, so we decided we will be really careful what we will wear in order for people to not get the wrong hints/idea. so, here we are, again dressed in pink and blue, and, honestly, I’ve really come to love this combo so much! I know that last spring I wasn’t too keen on pairing these to star-colours together, but I think we’ve done it three or four times by now, and I really like the result a lot.
This is probably the last time that I will wear this dress as, obviously, pregnancy belly and frills around the waist do not really work great together, but I’m glad I got to wear this dress though as I got it while in Milan from Mango and it would’ve been a pity for it to not see the light of day this year. Also from Milan are these gorgeous Valentino Rockstud in petrol light blue that work wonderful with this pink dress. You know me, I love my stilettos, and I hope that I will be able to wear them until I give birth! And these are some of the most comfortable, if not the most comfortable ones I own. It’s decided! I will wear them when the moment to go to the hospital will come!
Also joining the pastel party, my lilac Furla Metropolis bag that I feel that I have ignored lately despite the fact that I love, love, love it so much! To finish everything, I wore my Swarovski pastel cocktail ring besides my Tomorrowland and Pandora rings. Ok, maybe it’s time to tell you a bit about the always present Pandora and Tomorrowland rings. They are both from D for various important occasions that we celebrated this year and I love them to the point where they are the second most-word jewellery I own aside from my engagement and wedding rings.
D also wanted to keep you guessing about our baby and wore his pink shorts from H&M and his blue polo from Calvin Klein, to match my message. I am not really a fan of his ancient Pull and Bear espadrilles, but I have to admit that they do work nicely with this outfit, colour-wise. Bling wise, he just chose to wear a simple Constantin Nautics bracelet, while both of us wore our Tissot T-race watches.
Do not worry, we will let everyone know what our baby will be when we will be 100% sure by probably having a themed photoshoot!.