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Hi - I'm Jessica Boulanger. I entered into Mommyhood 6 years ago with the birth of my daughter. I also have a 3 year old son, a baby on the way, and a maternity clothing line called More of Me www.moreofmematernity.com

Becoming a mother opened up a world of hundreds of new things to do, see, celebrate, and shop for. This is the place where I share my favorites.
  • April 6, 2011 10:33 am

    @moreofme goes front row @ChasFashWeek with @ellemagazine + @giltfounder

    More of Me made it to Charleston Fashion Week. Front row, worn on the stunning mom-to-be and fashion week judge, Andrea Serrano

    Andrea is the costume buyer for the Lifetime TV series Army Wives. I met her when she was dressing the lovely Catherine Bell. She is also a stylist on ad campaigns for Maybelline and Nautica; stylist for Maxim, Stuff, and Blender magazines; stylist for celebrity clients such as Ludacris, The Rock, and Sienna Miller; former co-owner of B’zar, a Charleston streetwear boutique that was featured in Lucky, Time Out New York, and Travel & Leisure. We are honored that she chose so many of our looks.

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    Andrea, front row at left, in MoM’s LBMD.

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    Andrea again in MoM’s Momshell dress. This dress was featured in Fit Pregnancy:

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    Looking gorgeous. This dress was also featured in Fit Pregnancy magazine. Fashion editors and fashionable women clearly love these two styles as much as we do!

    We are all sold out but bringing this maternity classic back for Fall 2011:

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    Andrea at center wearing the MoM Bib Dress that sold out on Gilt Groupe in a few hours. Love how she accessorizes it.

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    Hair piece above from Ban.do

    Other Charleston Fashion Week panelists included Alexis Maybank, Co-founder of Gilt Groupe, Anne Slowey, ELLE magazine fashion news director, and many other names in the fashion world like Derek Blasberg and Fern Mallis.

    To my knowledge, the fabulous Liz Lange is the only maternity designer to have shown at New York (or any) Fashion Week. Time to change that?

    xo, MoM