Weekday mom wardrobe (Early august)

ok…and I lost track again. It’s summer and I’m still adapting to two kids and working from home…and let me tell you that’s not easy at all. I’m a hot mess ALL-THE-TIME! I used to think I was a great SAHM…but WAHM I feel like I’m failing at everything.

However, I must be doing something right because my husband keeps telling me how proud he is..so I guess he doesn’t mind the laundry  piles, the quick meals, the clutter that I don’t have time to pick up because if I’m not working I want to be with my kids, so cleaning is way LAAAST in my list.  Anyways, I love that guy. I keep telling him that behind a great blogger there’s always a very supportive and understanding husband.

Now, let’s get into the last weekday outfits I documented. They are definitely not on the same week. We just got this backyard pool and I can’t ignore my 3 year old’s “mommy get in with me” If you want to see my postpartum swimwear choices the link will be at the end of this post.

Also, I’m adding a twist to these posts. I will write about how each outfit worked for my day and if I would wear it again. I experiment everyday and sometimes I really mess up so I will let you know after each pic.

and remember: Sometimes I overdress, others I look like crap. Sometimes I really like how I look, others not so much.


Zara Flowy tank (very similar), UO shorts (most comfortable and soft shorts) 

I loved this outfit and felt great throughout the day. The top is very forgiving and nursing friendly. I wear the shorts on repeat because they are a good length for me and are also soft and comfy. So, yes would wear it again.


Boyfriend jeans more like dad’s jeans haha (very similar on sale), Tennis top (colombian brand), Ipanema Beach Sandals

This is a tried and true outfit. Soft, lightweight boyfriend jeans, a belt, a nice tank top or camisole and comfy sandals. I wear this at least once a week and feel great.


H&M eyelet top (similar), UO shorts (most comfy and soft shorts), Dainty OX Converse.

Ok, so I adore this top, but nursing with it is absurdly hard. I knew it when I put it on but I just wanted to wear it. Once in a million times I sacrifice for fashion. I should probably leave it for date night and not a day I’m momming all day.


Free People romper (very similar and on sale), Reebok blush sneaker (on sale, limited sizes) 

I love rompers for a fancy look that feels like pj’s and thats exactly why I chose this to go to Central Park with the kids. Sometimes I pair it with block heeled sandals for date night, others I wear it with loafers but for a lot of walking definitely sneakers. Don’t recommend wearing your almost 40-pound toddler though. LOL


Rag and Bone Pullover, Zara shorts, Reebok blush sneakers, Madewell Tote (on sale)

A little chilly day means I wear a nice sweater with shorts and sneakers…and a big tote as diaper bag. I love doing all kids of twists to oversized sweaters. I like to half-tuck them, let a sleeve fall off the shoulder a bit and roll the sleeves. Not only do they look more stylish but also hide the fact that if I wear it without these tricks I look swallowed up by it. So, yes repeating this outfit in fall and then will switch the shorts to jeans or joggers.

Have a great week! And come back next week (I hope) for the next edition. Will announce on Instagram Stories.

Oh, almost forgot. Check postpartum swimwear here! It’s one of my articles for The Mom Edit.

Chao, chao, Julieta

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