Keeping up with trends as a busy mum

Life with children is seldom what people expect. Becoming a parent will be a time of great change, with many people having to upturn their lives to make room for the little ones, and this is something which can be hard to deal with. Fashion is one of the areas which will often start to be forgotten. You won’t care about this when you’re pregnant, and this can lead to clothing being ignored once you reach other stages in your child’s life. It doesn’t have to be this way, though, and this post is going to be helping you out with it. But how exactly can you keep up with trends when you’re a busy mum? 

Social Media

Websites like Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest have changed the Internet drastically over the last few years. More people than ever before are using these platforms to show off their style ideas, and this can make them an excellent place for those who want to improve the way they look. Of course, you will need to put plenty of time into searching around to find options you like, though users will often post similar pictures, and this means that you can find a range of people to follow to find the best ideas for you. This will save loads of time, while also saving money on fashion magazines.

 

Online Shopping

Going to clothing stores and finding the items you want can take a lot of time. You will need to hunt high and low, and, in some cases, may not be able to find them items you want. This can be very frustrating, especially when you’ve gone out of your way to get your hands on something, and many people want a different way to handle this. Online shopping can offer this salvation. While you won’t get to try clothing on and may have to send items back if they don’t fit, getting your hands on brands like Comme Des Garcons Play will be much easier if you take the right approach.

 

Online Communities

Fashion for mums is often different to the options which you find for teenagers and other demographics. This can make it hard for a lot of people to know whether or not the clothing they want to wear is appropriate for them. Of course, in reality, you can wear whatever you like. If you want other people to think it looks good, though, it’s worth thinking about your age and position in life when you’re buying your clothing. Being part of an online community of mums can make this much easier, and there are loads of different options like this for you to choose from.

 

With all of this in mind, you should be feeling ready to take on the challenge of mastering fashion as a mum. A lot of people ignore this area once they have kids, instead focusing on their little ones. In reality, though, it doesn’t have to be too hard to keep yourself looking good, and most people will feel better when they decide to go down this route.

 

Related articles for a busy mum

How to Look Beautiful Fast: Beauty Secrets for Busy Mums 

Five High-Paying Side Hustles for Busy Mums

Top Ways For Busy Mums To Boost Health and Fitness Levels

The Sirtfood Diet – A diet for busy mums

TV star Carrie Grant talks to London Mums about Red Nose Day and life as a busy mum of 4 

 

About Monica Costa

Monica Costa founded London Mums in September 2006 after her son Diego’s birth together with a group of mothers who felt the need of meeting up regularly to share the challenges and joys of motherhood in metropolitan and multicultural London. London Mums is the FREE and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London https://londonmumsmagazine.com and you can connect on Twitter @londonmums

Facebook Comments