Style Inspiration: Glam-Mamas of Instagram

I don’t know about you, but pre-motherhood me was never great at keeping up with trends and fashion, but as a woman living and working in the city much of it came naturally. Or perhaps more accurately, it came by osmosis via the plethora of successful, stylish women all around me every day.

Post-baby? It’s a little harder to keep up. I don’t have the time, I don’t have the disposable cash; I don’t have the same inclination. That said, I’m still a city girl, I’m still a career girl and I’m still keen to look my best – my best being what is possible given my timeframe for getting ready each morning has effectively halved, if not quartered.

Thankfully we live in an age where you no longer have to crawl through endless beauty magazines and pin inspiration to a wall… we have social media for that; with virtual walls that makes style-inspo accessible at the search of a hashtag!

Here’s a few Instagram mamas who are killing it in the style department, showing us all how fashion and motherhood can mix together like… I dunno… mixey things. Like chocolate chips and cookies! Yeah… and sprinkles. Mmmmm I kind of want a cookie now…

Instagram Mamas We Love:

Notsomumsy.

Ameliahannah

whiskeyandlace

Basheryandco

Carlykenihan

hellofashionblog

 

 

 

Sam Summers
Sam Summers

Sam is the editor at City Mum and mother to one cheeky toddler, Thor. Outside of her day-job in marketing and full-time-job of Mummy, Sam loves to write and has published three fiction novels. Originally from London and currently in Sydney, Sam is a city girl through and through, with a penchant for Paris and New York. She loves Sydney and the sunshine, but secretly prefers the rain... her ideal way to relax is a stormy day run, followed by a quaint coffee shop and her MacBook Pro.

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