Gap has been a mainstay in my wardrobe for years, but I’ve been particularly impressed with their more recent collections. (I think we all own these fantastic Gap jeans at this point! — run TTS) Some more fabulous Gap finds below, February 2023 edition. I want to specifically call out this supersoft modal cardigan (seen above), ideally for layering over fitness attire when leaving the studio, and this reasonably priced swimsuit, which looks an awful lot like the Hunza G that should be arriving on my doorstep this afternoon!
01. MODAL CARDIGAN // 02. RIBBED SWIMSUIT // 03. RETRO STYLE TUBE SOCKS* // 04. STRIPED MIDI DRESS // 05. SPLIT-HEM CARDIGAN // 06. PONTE CROP KICK FIT PANTS // 07. PINK HEART EARRINGS // 08. SEAMLESS SCOOP BRALETTE // 09. PEPLUM TOP // 10. CROPPED RASH GUARD // 11. STRIPED TURTLENECK
*Style by wearing pulled up over leggings with sneaks.
P.S. This is currently the most popular fashion-centric post on my site! Are we wanting more athletic/athleisure wear perhaps?
P.P.S. A round of favorites. (LOVE the comments on this post.)
P.P.P.S. Wellness-oriented gear for the new year.
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I just wanted to write here to say the below phrase from your previous post has stuck with me nearly every day since I read it. One of the reasons why I love your writing so much is I think you accurately capture that post-partum identity shift (including the all-encompassing, almost unbearable undying love for your child!) and one of those things for me was to just get dressed and out the door in the most utilitarian way possible (leggings, sweatshirt, hair up, out the door). I previously convinced myself that it is because I love my child and new life so much that my previous passion for getting dressed, outfit and accessory planning was just unnecessary and taking away from focusing on being a good parent. But this phrase has really changed my mind (truly blown my mind!) that I am in fact a better mother, wife and role model to my daughter to show her, hey, you matter! your outfit makes you feel good and that is reason enough to take the time to get dressed up. Respect yourself!
It is a small, semi-frivolous way I respect myself
Just some appreciation from a long time follower, looking forward to not only your thought provoking posts but now also your shopping and style posts 🙂
Hi Rayna! I am SO glad that my writing has struck a chord with you. The identity shift that takes place when you have a baby (and continues to take place in different ways for a long while after birth…!) is intense. It really is a process, a becoming. I’m so glad you have found some connection in my writing on this subject as I feel passionately about it and its being talked about!