That Black Statement Peacoat & Food Baby Friendly Dress

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black peacoat_french connection coat_la style_california girl style_icy blonde hair_blonde lob_loose waves_michael stars dress_vince camuto booties
black peacoat_french connection coat_la style_california girl style_icy blonde hair_blonde lob_loose waves_michael stars dress_vince camuto booties
black peacoat_french connection coat_la style_california girl style_icy blonde hair_blonde lob_loose waves_michael stars dress_vince camuto booties

You honestly cannot go wrong with a peacoat purchase. Especially a black one , like this one I got from French Connection. You can wear it with anything in the winter. You can add layers under it if you are living in colder temps or just wear a tank dress like this with some booties if you are living in coastal weather. I personally like to get a more dressed up version of a peacoat so I got this French Connection one with gold zipper details on the sleeves and an edgy zip detail across the front.

I also fell in love with this Michael Stars dress because it is friendly on my post-eating food baby. Is it just me that despises fitted dresses? I LEGIT cannot deal with them I have major food allergies and the majority of food gives me a swollen belly and I look 6 months pregnant. This dress that I found literally hides the food baby, and if you are in your first trimester, it hides your little baby too. I honestly need this dress in every color and length. I tagged options for you loves below so you can get this food-baby-friendly dress in your life!

I spent the majority of my afternoon shopping around Lido in Newport Beach with my photographer and friend. We stepped into Le Labo and Planet Bue and went a little ham!

Photographer: Vincent Elojorde

Posted on December 26, 2016 and filed under Street Style.