Admittedly, Pinterest used to make me crazy. Recipes I would try would fail, I'd be inundated with "thinspiration" photos that made me feel bad about myself, and I was tired of seeing a seemingly infinite amount of twee DIY's involving chevron, pallet wood, and/ or mason jars (so rustic!). Truth be told, in the last couple of years I wasn't that active on Pinterest, and I was totally okay with that. However, if you and I are connected on Pinterest at all, you may have noticed that there's been quite an upswing in my activity. I guess technically I could blame it on Baby 3 since she's forced me to rest way more often than I'd like, but really, it's because I'm excited about shopping and style again! The days in which I can ditch my maternity clothes are quickly approaching.
"In five weeks I can try to wear non-maternity clothes again!" -me. "In five weeks you're going to have another baby!" -more rational friend
— indiana adams (@adoredaustin) February 18, 2014
But even more exciting than that is the fact that there are so many more options out there that offer stylish, ethically manufactured, socially conscious, and / or eco-friendly clothes, shoes, and accessories! You know... stuff that is more aligned with my shop with heart guidelines (which, sadly, I hadn't been doing too great with when it came to buying winter maternity clothes). Anyway, I've been culling some of these retailers and offerings a lot lately, as I'm just thrilled to have more options. Check out some of my favorite finds and newest pins:
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I plan to keep building this board, so if there are any retailers that would be a good fit, please leave a comment below or contact me via Facebook to let me know.