Julia is a model and first-time mother who recently welcomed her first daughter in early October. Julia brought A Pea in the Pod’s Fall Activewear Collection to life through a self-shot series. As a fashion industry veteran, she shares her perspective on style, and how it has changed through #40weeksofchic.
Baby’s Name & Birthdate:
Paloma Sage Romero 10/4/2020
Worth the 27 hours of labor
I really wanted to go through the whole experience without any expectations. Every birth, and every person, is different, so I didn't have a birth plan. I wanted to leave it to the professionals, and I feel that I was able to enjoy it more this way.
Dress for yourself, not for anyone else.
My everyday style is typically that of a quirky grandma. But I tend to like more preppy, colorful, fun and feminine styles.
& How It’s Changed:
It's definitely gotten simpler. I have a few very easy pieces that grew with me throughout pregnancy and I find myself still wearing them now postpartum. No time to put together anything difficult.
Iris Apfel meets Carolina Herrera
Oscar de La Renta. I worked with him and his team for 5 years before he passed away. He even taught me how to tie the perfect bow!
Walking in Oscar de La Renta's final collection in the most beautiful cocktail dress.
Favorite Piece from A Pea in the Pod:
I love the Paige Maternity Denimand the Beyond the Bump Bike Shorts. The denim looks great with flats and fits so nicely. I love wearing it with a chunky knit. The bike shorts are super comfy for working out and they look great with a black sports bra and zip up windbreaker or sweatshirt.