Cold Weather Capsule Wardrobe For Moms

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We’ve waited months and months for the cool temperatures to hit, and now that they are here were digging through all of our shorts to find something appropriate to wear in these under 70 temps. One thing I love about Florida fall is we can dress in layers, and take them off as the day goes on. I’m loving the sweater vest and the ponchos this season–and one amazing thing about the ponchos is that they can easily be worn as a scarf as well! 
Last fall I was pregnant, so I was on the hunt to find the perfect non maternity that could be worn in my final months of being pregnant so they could easily transition into postpartum cold weather clothes. I’ve included both maternity and non maternity in the options below. You can see last year’s fall must haves here and here. These cold weather clothes are staples and I love that they can easily be worn year after year.
Women’s Military Vest// Target
Printed Bell Sleeve Top// J.Crew
V-Neck T-Shirt// J.Crew or Maternity// Old Navy
Ripped Step Hem Skinny Jeans// Nordstrom or Maternity// Old Navy
Mid-rise Curvy Skinny Jeans// Old Navy or Maternity// Old Navy
Chambray Shirt// J.Crew
Mid-rise Skinny Velvet Jean// J.Crew or Maternity// Shopbop
Plaid Poncho// Loft
Sleeveless Coatigan// Loft
Double Zip Booties// Target
Converse// Kohls
Mule//DSW

Brittany Marchese
Brittany Marchese
Brittany is a Tampa native and currently lives in the Carrollwood area with her husband and son Bennett, who just turned 1. Receiving her degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Florida, she went on to teach preschool and 3rd grade before having her little one. After taking a year off from the classroom, she’s back at it teaching 3 year olds. In her spare time she loves meal planning, shopping, and date nights, and she is excited to be a contributor for the Mommy Spot Tampa. You can find all this and more on her blog, The View from Up Here.

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