10 Tips to Move From Single Style to Mom Style


Comfy Doesn't Have to Mean Sloppy

One of the most important elements of mom style is comfort. Nobody wants to drive carpool or take the kids the park wearing a pair of stilettos and tight jeans. But comfort doesn't have to mean ratty sweatpants and stretched-out tees. Take advantage of the flattering activewear that's on the market. Buy yourself some high-quality yoga pants, fitted tops and hooded jackets. Pair them with some casual sneakers or flats. You'll look fresh and put-together, and if your toddler takes off on a crawl/sprint, you'll be able to keep up.