I have the formula for a perfect elevated weekend – or even work from home – outfit. It does not include zippers, buttons, or any constricting non-stretch fabric. It is a one item outfit not including the shoes, the pair of which are equally as easy going though one would not know it from the elevated fabric.
the wrap dress
It is no secret that I have gained weight since the pregnancy and failed to lose it. I kept it as the current outdoor conditions are not conducive to a three or five mile run. Wrap dresses are especially lovely because of the lack of closures. As such this is a great way to contend with an expanding and contracting waistline. As long as it knots, it fits!
I love that the Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress never goes out of style. Since the 1970s, it has been a staple of every American woman’s wardrobe. The silhouette is flattering on nearly every body type, including the tall pregnant type. I last obsessed about said Diane von Furstenburg wrap dress here. Since then, I wore it with the tie up high during pregnancy and postpartum around the house.
The Sarah Flint Natalie Flat is available in several neutral and statement hues across various materials. I have three pairs and offer the following intel on the sizing: for velvet and jacquard versions, go up a whole size. For suede and leather versions, go up a half size. If comfort is a question, know that the shoes have three millimeters of cushion in the sole. Wearing them feels like walking on a cloud.