Readers, we can’t thank you enough for your support this year. And while we always strive to do better, I’m pretty proud of the content we created this year. My goal for The Mom Edit has always been to be helpful. To create content that is really and truly useful — and to be a nonjudgemental, fearless place for others to try and find their own sense of style….to find, really — a piece of themselves.
As a fun little look back, here are our top articles from 2018, based on traffic. I’d love some feedback — which of these would you love to see come back in 2019? Which of these were your favorites, and which ones did you think missed the mark?
According to numbers, you guys love our Nordstrom Anniversary Sale coverage, especiallyour dressing room selfies. We’re glad our hard work pays off, because if there is ONE THING that has us re-evaluating our life choices, it’s this darn sale. We literally work around the clock, several days on end. (Fun fact: it always falls on Gwen’s birthday. At best she gets a grunted, ‘happy birthday’ from me and then Back. To. Work.)
Is there anything worse than shopping for swim? NOPE. Glad you find our edited list (and dressing room selfies) helpful. We’ve always focused on cute one-piece suits (and rash guards)…but I’d love to hear your thoughts on including more bikinis next year.
I don’t always do this article, I typically save it for years when I think the Fall trends are different enough to be worth talking about. How did I do? I think most of these are still on point, but I’d love to hear your thoughts. (Except for the chick on FB who called my outfits “hideous” and the fall trends “laughable.” I’ve heard about enough from you, THANKS.)
These are always such fun posts to work on — who doesn’t like a flirty, twirly dress that is also comfortable. Again, I’d love to hear some feedback on how I did — anything you’d like me to change for next year?
Clearly, I’m not the only one drooling over these seriously cool jeans. And I love that you guys don’t seem to mind some silly mirror selfies. While we love having fancy photos…sometimes these just convey more (realistic) information. Thanks for hanging with our special brand of crazy.
Shana founded The Mom Edit in 2008. She lives with the love of her life (his name's Mike) and their two crazy boys in downtown Philadelphia. She loves a good styling challenge (her engineering side shows eventually), appreciates kindness, and usually picks scotch over wine, sneakers over stilettos, and shorts known as denim-underwear, always.