An Easy Tip For Keeping Your Wardrobe Polished Post-Baby
When I first found out I was having a baby I promised myself I wouldn't start dressing frumpy. Luckily, my personal style consists primarily of tunics, boots, leggings and flowy dresses so I got away with only buying a few key maternity pieces. Hello, mom jeans! Now that my little man is here I'm in an in-between phase. I've said goodbye to my preg clothes of months past but I'm not quite ready for the high-heeled, close-fittings outfits from 10 months ago.
I've had fun these past few weeks putting together outfits that are comfortable for a nursing mom but not something that screams, "This might have spit-up on it!" And I was excited when Jiffy Steamer contacted me recently about trying their travel steamer because while I have no time to iron with a six-week old in the house, I still want to look polished.
Before I was asked to be in a wedding a few years ago, I hadn't been introduced to the convenience of garment steamers. At the wedding one of the bridesmaids whipped out her steamer and in a few minutes all of our dresses were wrinkle-free. I immediately went out and grabbed one of my own. And until now, I have never had a portable steamer. But after using Jiffy's, I'm hooked. When strapped for time, it is so nice to be able to simply plug in the small, hand-held steamer and skip the clunky iron and ironing board.
This past weekend, Bradley and I had our first trip away with the baby. I crammed my clothes in a bag and we were off for a couple of days. It was awesome, but exhausting. Having the travel steamer with me honestly made our lives much easier. When staying with friends or family out-of-town it's nice to not have to ask to use the laundry room, and my denim top was full of wrinkles.
Utilizing tricks like portable steamers and mid-section masking tops have made me a much happier girl in these early weeks of baby life. Want to try a Jiffy Steamer? Use promo code MYJIFFYSTEAMER to get 10 percent off any steamer model. Here's to looking chic and stylish, even with a baby in tow. Cheers!
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