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Photography by Alexandra Wolf

Coat: Kate Spade / Sweater: AYR / Jeans: Citizens of Humanity / Shoes: Christian Louboutin / Bag: Chloe / Sunglasses: Miu Miu

Today is the most perfect Fall temperature, a little windy but a coat and sweater is all you need.

Coats being one of my favorite accessories, it’s been really fun going through them all and styling my outfits based around them. I love this Kate Spade one with the faux fur fox like collar, the colors are so pretty and can be paired with anything from black, browns, beiges, and reds.

Unfortunately, my heels are starting to become a little difficult for me to walk in – I never thought the day would come. For 17 more weeks I’ll just have to stare at them on my shelves, it will be really sad ha. Another thing I’m dealing with at the moment is the incredibly annoying heart burn. Any tips are welcome!!!

Brandon and I are headed out East for the night to get away and take Dylan to the beach, I’m so excited to breathe in that fresh air. Thanks for stopping by guys and have a great weekend! x

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  1. I had horrible acid reflux with both of my boys. I always took an OTC heartburn medicine, like Tums. But I found the fastest way to make it go away was drink milk. It coats your stomach and calms it down.

  2. I had terrible heartburn right up until delivery. I tried tums but they did nothing for me. Zantac worked better and my OB said it was totally safe. Luckily the heartburn ended as soon as the boys were born. It sucks, but just gotta get through it!

  3. The first thing that entered my mind when I saw these photos was “How is she still able to wear heels? ” My feet were always killing me even in flats when I was this far along. No worries though. They will feel back to normal as soon as the baby is born. I’m sure you will still look amazing without the heels. I really love this look. I love the sweater and the coat. Have a great weekend.

    Kathy
    http://www.glamsimplified.com

  4. Pregnancy looks good on you. 🙂 I couldn’t wear any of my heels for the second half of my pregnancy, even though the only weight I really put on was baby and apparently swollen feet. And I dealt with indigestion, I just kept a big bottle of Tums Smoothies in the bathroom and my purse. Probably something you’ve already tried tho. ;( Good luck!

    http://www.everydaystilettos.com

  5. You’ll be happy you switched to flats 🙂 As your belly grows, you’ll inevitably feel off balance and wobbly. And near the end, body parts will hurt that you didn’t even know existed! For me, wasn’t as bad with first pregnancy but got progressively worse with my second and third babies. As far as the heartburn, I’ve heard milk works but I was lucky and didn’t have any heartburn. What I lacked in heartburn was made up for in awful morning sickness! You look amazing and pregnancy glow looks wonderful on you.

  6. Beautiful sweater! Sorry to hear about the heels and heartburn. Prilosec has always worked for me, but I’m not sure if it can be taken while pregnant…
    Tasha Juli
    stylesplendorbliss.com

  7. You’ll feel like you have ten times as many shoes when you can wear them again! A natural remedy for heartburn that always works for me (but tastes kind of bad) is a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in one cup of warm water. You can add honey to help with the taste. Stir and drink quickly. Really helps!!

  8. Love this whole outfit! Perfectly put together. Did you purchase the coat recently as I can’t find it online and it’s exactly what I’ve been looking for? X

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