PinkBlush Women’s Clothing – Not Just Maternity Clothes! (Review and Giveaway)
PinkBlush was my favorite brand for maternity clothes, and now they’re my favorite brand for women’s clothing as well. The selection of PinkBlush women’s clothing is enormous and beautiful for every women, postpartum body and all.
I was gifted the dress featured here, but all opinions expressed are completely honest and completely my own. This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through a link, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you. Thank you for supporting my blog.
PinkBlush – Quality Women’s Clothing
When I was pregnant with my son, PinkBlush was my first go-to for maternity clothes. Back then, I got this adorable hooded top, a blue wrap dress, a maternity cami (so stretchy and long!), and a crazy-cute delivery robe (that I didn’t wear until I got home, but it was great for nursing!). It’s safe to say that those clothes made me a big fan of PinkBlush.
More Than Just Maternity
What I didn’t realize until recently is PinkBlush is not just for maternity clothes. They have tons and tons of gorgeous, comfortable, and high quality women’s and women’s plus clothing. A lot of it can be bump-friendly as well, and some of it is nursing friendly, too.
I had the hardest time narrowing down which dress I wanted to get. PinkBlush literally has hundreds of dresses to choose from, and that doesn’t even begin to address the tops and bottoms they have!
PinkBlush Women’s Clothing – Amazing Customer Service
I originally ordered a dress that I loved in the pictures online. But when I got it, it just didn’t fit my body the way I was hoping. It was still beautiful, and the quality was amazing; it just didn’t work for me. And when I contacted PinkBlush, they sent me a return label at no cost. There aren’t a lot of clothing companies that have a no-questions free return policy.
It was so easy to exchange my dress for another one, and luckily, I had originally had a really hard time deciding between two. So I knew which one I wanted to go with the second time around.
PinkBlush sent me this beautiful pink floral maxi dress, and I could not possibly love it more. It is so soft and so comfortable; I love how it feels on my skin. It’s thick enough that it’s not see through, and I love the racerback style. Bonus: it has pockets, and they’re big enough to hold my phone!
The color is gorgeous – the pictures online are very accurate. When I put the dress on, I immediately loved the way it laid. I’m not quite comfortable in this postpartum body – and since I’m not done having kids, I know it’s going to change some more – but this dress made me feel confident. There aren’t many clothes that I own right now that make me feel confident.
And when I went searching for clothes to fit my postpartum body with its weird sags and dips and everything, the only thing I found people recommended was a certain MLM company that specializes in leggings. The thing is, I don’t want to wear leggings and baggy shirts; I don’t feel confident or sexy or trendy or anything in them.
This dress changed the way I felt. It made me feel like I could celebrate what this body has done and look good doing it. Plus, it’s comfortable for chasing my toddler around in all day long; no worries about anything showing that I don’t want showing!
I’m so, so glad I learned that PinkBlush had nonmaternity clothes, and the selection is huge. I’m already filling my cart with things I’m sure I need for fall. And, should I be lucky enough to be pregnant again sometime soon? Most of these clothes will grow with me for a good portion of any pregnancy. Hello, value.
How I Styled My Pinkblush Maxi Dress
This floral dress looks fantastic on its own. But – I’ll be honest – my arms are probably the part of me I like the least right now. You’d think they’d be crazy toned after lifting a 24 lb toddler all the time, but they’re not.
I didn’t want to just throw on a cardigan with my maxi – that was my old go-to when I was a teacher, and I’m trying to buck that tradition. Ha. So I pulled out an old chambray shirt that’s been hiding in my closet. Turns out that wearing it knotted in front looks so good with this dress! I’m going to try it with my other maxis, too.
I kept it simple with some sandals and small earrings. But we’ve got a friend’s wedding in a few weeks, and I’m planning on wearing this dress with some wedges, the chambray shirt and a showy necklace.
Here’s a few of the items I’ve got in my cart right now!
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