WIW 10/30: The Great Pumpkin (w/Rachel Roy tree skirt & witch booties)

Since Halloween is coming up and I'm off work tomorrow, I couldn't resist dressing in a holiday theme today!

I just bought this mustardy orange maternity cowl neck sweater top, because I like the color and my other turtlenecks are getting too short. With my big belly, I think it kind of makes me look like a giant pumpkin! I decided to keep the Rachel Roy tree skirt in the larger size 8--even if I can't wear it too much longer during this pregnancy, it'll still take me a while to lose the weight postpartum. If it's too loose afterward, I can always have it taken in. I think the "dead tree branches" fit with the Halloween theme. And of course if I'm wearing pumpkin orange, I have to go with black accessories (leather jacket, belt and purse). And my black "witch" ankle boots and broom. Happy Halloween everyone!

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10 Comments

  • catgirl replied 6 years ago

    Adorable! Did you have that skirt shortened? It was so long on me, even in P sizing!

  • goldenpig replied 6 years ago

    Una, it's so short because I had to hike it all the way up over my big belly! The waist is actually a few inches under my bust. I'm sure when I lose the baby weight it'll go back to midi length.

  • catgirl replied 6 years ago

    AHA! Pregnancy hem! You should check out my turquoise skirt at Target - it would be perfect for this look!

  • Day Vies replied 6 years ago

    You look so fashionable, not Halloween themed at all. (I wlll admit that is the exact reason why I do not wear black and orange together). Your sweater looks yellow/gold to me not orange, which is probably why I like the outfit so much. I LOVE the skirt, the color and print are so striking.

  • goldenpig replied 6 years ago

    Una, I'll take a look online! Or maybe I'll try something with my agate dress. Dayvies, thanks! I actually like dressing in holiday themes--hearts for Valentine's, red white and blue for July 4, etc.

  • Day Vies replied 6 years ago

    Maybe I'll have to try holiday inspired dressing, because this result is fabulous.

  • Sara L. replied 6 years ago

    Great outfit! I think it looks super cute and perfectly Halloween-y. The only change I might make is to try a thinner belt since your torso has gotten so short.

  • shedev replied 6 years ago

    So cute. You look like the stylish witch of the west. Happy halloween.

  • Joy replied 6 years ago

    I love this!

  • ramya replied 6 years ago

    GP you are so adorable :)...
    Muaaah!!!!

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