by Contributing Blogger Maytal Wichman
I’m due in September, so with an entire summer ahead of me, I need to plan my maternity wardrobe well. Living in New York City, I have a challenge: due to the weather and humidity I have to wear as little clothing as possible to keep myself from being completely drenched in sweat, yet at the same time I also have to look
Luckily, NOM – Belly Dance Maternity’s proprietary line – has a plethora of gorgeous clothes that are perfect for the hot weather. The range of stylish clothes and laid-back designs is something moms all across the board will love. I was recently sent a NOM Goddess tank top in navy. The color is a bright navy that’s perfect for summer and the print is really cool. Although the tank top comes in one size and looks small, boy does it stretch! It covered my entire belly and was very comfortable. It’s made of 100% cotton so it’s breathable and if you end up sweating a little it soaks everything quickly so no one can see anything. The tank top also comes in tan. Here are a few other beautiful tank tops from NOM that will keep you cool this summer:
You can purchase the NOM Navy Goddess Tank at bellydancematernity.com for $42.
I was not paid for this post. I did receive a tank top for review.
Contributing Blogger Maytal Wichman is the owner of Mama’s Bites and also writes for Savvy Sassy Moms. She has been living in New York City for eleven years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature as well as a Law Degree, but writing about nutrition and helping families eat better is her true passion. She grew up in both California and Israel, which explains her love for California cuisine (fresh, local ingredients), as well as Mediterranean food (flavorful, heart-healthy ingredients). Maytal is a stay-at-home mom to two kids (ages 5 & 3) and works hard to ensure they eat healthy, unprocessed food, while trying to make it as delicious as possible. Married to a vegetarian and being a pescetarian herself, this can be quite a challenge. On an ordinary night at her dinner table, you can hear things like “More cauliflower, please!”, “How come I didn’t get a lot of tomato?” and “Fish oil! Yaaaay!”