2.4.2008

2.4.2008

14 weeks pregnant.

probably the last time i’ll be able to wear a wide belt for some time.

yes, i’ve worn this dress (and boots and scarf) before. that’s the true meaning of “remix(ed)”. but i’ll tell you where they are from anyway, again, because that’s the point!

-hand block printed vintage cotton dress from india: thrifted @ goodwill, SF.
-black leather belt: thrifted at salvation army, SF.
-african print scarf: UO
-red resin ring: dinosaur designs
-black tights with white polka dots: oilily
-black ankle boots: thrifted at thrifttown, SF.

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tomorrow is my mommy’s birthday. i know she reads this. so, happy birthday, MOM! i love you.

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18 comments

  1. jenny

    well, i already drooled over this on your flicrk page, but wowza, girl! you look lovely beyond words.

    AND

    happy birthday tricia’s momma!!!!

  2. Ash

    Oh my gosh, you don’t even look pregnant. Each time I was pregnant, I looked ready to deliver at 14 weeks! Lucky you!

  3. melanie

    Congratulations! I can’t wait to see all of your maternity style – I’m 30 weeks pregnant and wanted to participate in wardrobe remix while I was pregnant but never got around to it. I will live vicariously through you.

  4. tricia

    pret-a-porter prostitute: in what way? i haven’t been following prada, or really, much runway fashion, for many seasons. if you’re going to make a statement like that, elaborate and give examples! ๐Ÿ˜›

  5. Dani

    I’m 30 weeks and I swear I wear the same stuff over and over again just because I want to be comfy and cute and I know it works. My MAJOR bitch about maternity fashion is the lack of crew necks. Why do I have to deal with a scoop top? My boobs are huge, it’s almost obscene for me to wear something that’s a v or a scoop. And heck, I’m not nursing yet so I don’t need wrap around shit either.

    My solution so far as been the gap. Not my normal style, but with purchases on line over $50 dollars they offer free returns. And they offer free shipping on all maternity purchases. So if you’re non-committal, it’s ok. Bless their maternity “my fav. tees” and their button down tops in colors that are seasonal. Now if only such a thing existed for bras…

  6. jani

    You look radiant! I’m so happy for you, but I don’t know about that ‘minimalist’ apt theory once you have kids! Best of luck!

  7. tricia

    jani: thanks. but as far as the minimal goes: it will stay that way for a while. it’s how our apartment is now, and i don’t want the place cluttered up with insipid, unnecessary toys (a few choice ones are just fine). so minimal it will be.

  8. Casey

    oh! I love that dress!! you rock those large-scale patterns with such panache, Tricia!! ๐Ÿ™‚

    oh, and happy birthday to your mom as well!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. jani

    Tricia, I admire you so for saying that about Your Apartment! So many new parents I know suddenly change their character when they have kids. It’s like the kids take over,and maybe they are afraid of setting the ground rules for them ?, or maybe they want their kids to like them or something? I go to their homes, and its all kid stuff All Over. The kids need limits, jmho,& that they are the Kids, and the parents are the Parents.
    btw, my son jesse is living in DC, kinda gave up for the time being on SF, but he did LOVE it there. (& we miss you here on the grey east coast. ๐Ÿ™‚