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Finding outfits to wear later on in pregnancy is a struggle for real.But as the temperatures being to raise here in the desert, it's been an increasing problem to find outfits that both look good on my growing body and feel comfortable. I feel like this wasn't as big of an issue with my first two kiddos, as oversized sweaters, jackets and legging work great in the fall and winter.o it was time to modify my wardrobe and add so pieces that would really work for me in this heat.
For the most part, I like to live a frugal life. But it's no secret that luxury bags are my weakness. The mixture of utility and art perfectly blended together draws me in and brings me immense happiness. And since our businesses have started to take off, I have definitely invested more into luxury goods. But outside of my own happiness, are these items truly an investment? Today, I wanted to take some time and truly explore the idea of luxury items as valuable assets and how they can be a part of your investment portfolio --or if they even should.
I want to share with ya'll today the Gucci Mormont Super Mini bag. While I do think this bag is trending down, it's still a bag I personally enjoy and with a price point under $1000, it's a more accessible, entry level luxury item for folks to start their collection.I also haven't seen many reviews on this bag either, so I hope this blog post can give you a bit more information as well as eye candy to look at if you're trying to make the decision on if you're going to add this bag to your collection or not.