5 Looks For New Moms With This Cute Shortall


The Team was having a little scroll on Free People last week when we stumbled upon this little thing. We were looking for pieces that would be comfy & easy for new moms and we think we struck gold. We oooed and ahhhed. Because, well, it’s perfect.

Our resident moms (I am not one of them) thought that Free People’s High Roller Shortall is exactly the type of wardrobe problem-solver that they’d throw on during a postpartum summer (and beyond). It’s SO freaking cute.

5 Looks For New Moms With This Cute Shortall

5 Looks For New Moms With This Cute Shortall


So I decided I’d dress up 5 colors of the shortall to show max style-ability (? now a word) and offer up 5 different ways to style this one-piece-wonder. I, baby-less, am in love with it too, for what it’s worth. Just seems like the easiest piece for the warmer months. Into my cart it goes!

Disclaimer (of sorts)… In every outfit I added an Artipoppe baby carrier. Definitely not affordable but absolutely some of the prettiest pieces I’ve EVER seen. So I just had to. Hope you (/your wallets) forgive me.

1. Playful + Parisian

This look is just gorgeous (yeah, even down to the sweet little giraffe haha). Every piece leans intentionally pretty. Playful & Parisian, I’ll call it.

5 Looks For New Moms: Playful & Parisian

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NOTES: The Sezane top unties & unbuttons for some easy breastfeeding access and is just a really stunning piece. And those slide sandals?! The details!!! The addition of the lighter denim wash baby carrier contrasting the deep blue denim is my favorite part.

2. Boho + Beachy

This outfit is so freaking easy, airy and breathable. Cute little feminine top + shortall + low-profile sneakers = exactly what summer me needs. So happy it could work for you new moms, too. 😉

5 Looks For New Moms: Boho & Beachy

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NOTES: I added a pretty cropped cardigan for a warm layer because I think it’d hit at juuuust the right spot to give the shortalls some shape. And that cute, lightweight top unbuttons all the way!

3. Easy + Laid-back

Shana said she could so clearly picture her post-baby self in this shortall with a little tank underneath & some Birkenstocks. Sooooo this one’s for you, S! She nailed it, obvi.

5 Looks For New Moms: Easy & Laid-back

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NOTES: I love the base of a black and white ‘fit with a few interesting details – AKA that pretty floral bomber (I just ordered) and that work-of-art baby carrier. You stylish mom, you!

4. Neutral + Earth-Toned

Oh man. This one’s definitely my fave. I’m a sucker for deep army greens especially when paired with more earth tones in the summer (fall, too!).

5 Looks For New Moms: Neutral & Earth-toned

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NOTES: These clogs are part of Mou’s summer collection and I can’t stop looking at them. They just look so comfy?! And you know I had to sneak in some leopard print where I could… BTW, that tank is a nursing one!

5. Sporty + Playful

I love the way the light blue wash plays with the bright red & pastel green. It’s bright & summery but not over the top. Perfect for days in the park, misty afternoon walks or just lounging.

5 Looks For New Moms: Sporty & Playful

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NOTES: AHH the swan print on the Artipoppe carrier?? I die. And paired with a bright pop of red? A genius color combo for sure.

New moms rejoice! I’ve gotchu. And you’re doing great.

Xo, Abby

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Incredibly creative and artistic, Abby is the one we turn to for absolutely jaw-dropping, stunning curation. She’s got a knack for finding hidden gems and has the ability to make any space beautiful, plus her own style is enviable. Abby is one of the few team members who is not afraid of color, so her contributions (both digitally and in real life) feel like a breath of fresh air. She manages to come up with options that are both wildly original…and exactly what we want to wear.

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