A Mom’s Guide to Simple and Cute Fashion

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Every mom knows how hard it can be to stay on-trend and fashion-forward when you’ve got a kid or two to take care of. Between feeding the baby, taking the kids to school, scheduling dentist appointments, and finding time in there for a steady career so you can provide for your family, it’s no wonder why so many moms let their fashion sense wane a little.

I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be that way. Sure, maybe the days of 6-inch heels and pencil skirts every day are behind you, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still be the cutest mom around. Check out these simple tips to make your mom fashion stylish, function, and perfect for your life.
Start with the shoes

Let’s face it – moms are on their feet all day. When you’re always chasing after the toddler about to stick a fork in an outlet, or dashing from grocery store to grocery store looking for that brand of cereal that’s the only thing your 5-year-old will eat in the morning, your feet are going to take a beating.
Needless to say, moms need comfy shoes that can weather the hassle moms face daily. That’s why a lot of moms opt for comfy but clunky shoes that get the job done, but maybe are a little less than ideal on the fashion end. No need to fret – there are plenty of comfy shoes out there, from stylish athleisure shoes that are a dream for those long days on your feet, to slip on sneakers that you can easily throw on as you dash out the door. With stylish colorways and sleeker styles, it’s easier than ever to have a winning wardrobe while still treating your feet right.

Leggings are pants

Let’s put an end to this debate once and for all. Leggings are, indeed, pants and can be worn as such. They’re comfy as heck, they can be dressed up or down, and they make the transition from working out to running errands pretty much seamless. Don’t listen to the naysayers who would have you believe it’s inappropriate for ladies to wear leggings out – you’ve got it, so flaunt it. Let the haters stew in their own juices.
There are tons of great options for leggings, too. Brightly colored options, like electric blue, seafoam green, or fiery orange can bring a striking appearance to your outfits. If you’re more of a neutral-color loving gal, don’t worry. Black and gray leggings are sleek and stylish, and can pair well with everything from a crop top to a cute blouse. Sporty leggings are comfy, supportive, and add an athleisure flair to your outfit. Plus, they make momming that much easier.

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Dry shampoo is your best friend

It’s 7 am, and you have 15 minutes to get in the shower, wash your hair, rinse it, condition it, rinse that out, dry off, and blow-dry your hair – all before getting your kids in the car so you can get them to school on time. Sound like a challenge? We already you know all too well how hard it can be. That’s why we’re gonna let you in on a little secret: dry shampoo.

What’s that, you ask? Basically, instead of going through the hassle we just described, dry shampoo is a quick spray you can add to your hair that rejuvenates, revitalizes, adds volume, and safely cleans grease from your hair. Sure, it’s not exactly the deep clean of a long shower, but when you just need to get out the door without looking like a ragamuffin, it’s a pretty sweet alternative. Without having to shower to have your hair look nice, you’ll be able to get the show on the road quickly and efficiently.

Other morning routine hacks you can add to your beauty regimen? Go for an easy and quick no-makeup makeup look that’s cute, fresh, and can be put on in less than ten minutes. Sure, having kids can take a lot of time out of your morning routine, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still look as cute and professional as ever – all it takes is knowing a few tricks.

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