For the Uniqlo LifeWear Fall-Winter 2020, you will find the Hana Tajima Collection as part of it. Find out how these can be really nice to become part of any mommy wardrobe for this season. Stay safe and chic, mommies!
Demanding Mommy Fashion
Mommy style can be pretty simple or demanding. That is because we are no longer just moving or working for ourselves. Depending on the age of your children, your clothes need to evolve to cope with the current needs. Maintaining a sense of style can be pretty tricky, especially if you are tight on the purse strings.
First, there’s pregnancy, with our mid-sections expanding to their maximum size in order to accommodate the growth inside us.
When the little one is born, our motherhood journey goes through phases. More often than not, there’s breastfeeding that we have to contend with, so we need special clothes in order to effectively lactate and still get on with our “new normal” lives.
When they become toddlers, that’s an entirely new ball game.
So how can we cope with a demanding lifestyle while still maintaining some sense of style and sanity?
The Hana Tajima Collection for Mommy Chic Style
I found these awesome clothes from the Hana Tajima Collection of Uniqlo LifeWear for Fall-Winter 2020. They are for corporate, for smart casual, and also for the chilly days these coming months.
Plus, they are very comfortable for mom’s everyday wear. I realized that many of my outfits for our travels are by Uniqlo. Like our family road trip on the Ford Ranger Wildtrak around Negros Occidental.
Designs to Better Express Your True Self
HANA TAJIMA COLLECTION FOR UNIQLO was created by New York-based fashion designer Hana Tajima.
She is a believer in UNIQLO and its LifeWear concept. The collection expresses the world’s rich cultural diversity, featuring universal designs with a focus on detail and comfort.
As a woman, she highlighted elegant forms and an easy fit. These are clothes that adapt flexibly to women’s bodies as they subtly change with progression to each life stage.
Moreover, they warmly support the everyday lives of all women.
Changing Identities – Accentuate Your True Self with the Power of Clothing
Women today are advancing in society as all kinds of boundaries come down.
The clothes we choose to wear each day can highlight our unique nature and allow us all-day comfort. Besides easy mobility and convenience, it would be nice if our clothes also make us look and feel good, right?
The Uniqlo Fall/Winter 2020 collection expresses the beauty of independent women through silhouettes and details.
There are fabrics with leaf and grass patterns that come in neutral tones of cold and warm color schemes. I love their simplicity that you can combine them with other pieces to come up with your own style and look, based on your need or your mood.
There are many shirt items that incorporate so many details. They allow us to reflect the mood of the day, like tops that can be styled by tucking just one side of the hem.
Women’s pants have also been updated with adjustable waists for a perfect fit.
I love it that the collection features details that can be altered to fit the daily changes in women’s bodies and feelings.
Visit their online store: https://www.uniqlo.com/ph/en/
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Resilient Pinay Moms
Meanwhile, here are stories of resilient Pinay moms that you might be interested to read.
- Here are Bacolod Mompreneurs Distribute the M2 Health Drink in NIR
- One Bacolod mom survived the closing of her business during the quarantine by making designer tauge (bean sprouts). Read: The Farmtory: Surviving the Lockdown With Tauge
- After all the financial struggles in their family, here’s one mom who did well with homemade peanut butter. Read: Getting a Family Upgrade: Homemade Peanut Butter Makes it Possible
- During the quarantine period, two moms helped each other with barter and built a house in the process. Read: Mommy Power: The House that Barter Built
- Read about a Bacolod mom who discovered that her husband had liver cirrhosis during quarantine. Mom Helps Battle Hubby’s Liver Cirrhosis During Covid-19 ECQ