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RUFFLE SLEEVE SWEATER

January 11, 2017

By January 11, 2017fashion/outfit
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Ruffle Sleeve Sweater c/o Chicwish | Black JeansSaddle Bag c/o Thacker | Black Flats: similar

I haven’t lost all my baby weight yet, but I’m still squeezing into my pre-pregnancy jeans because I don’t want to have to buy new jeans when I plan on loosing weight to get back to my regular size. But the problem with that is, as I move around during the day, my belly fat makes the zipper on my pants unzip. Haha! When I wear longer tops, it doesn’t really matter. But when I wear shorter ones like this ruffle sleeve sweater, I have to constantly check to make sure my zipper isn’t down. I guess it’s just a little extra motivation to loose weight. Also, I ate pizza last night so that doesn’t help.

XO, Kacie

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