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- September 29, 2006

Moms' fashion bombs

Blogging moms search in vain for well-fitting, good-looking, practical clothes

by Tekla S. Nee

Moms have issues with fashion.

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Tekla S. Nee is a Palo Alto resident and mom and editor-in-chief of the Silicon Valley Mom's blog. She is the author of "The Everything Baby's First Year Book" and "The Mommy Zone: Tales from the Trenches of Parenthood." You can reach her to talk about your fashion issues at SIDEBAR: WHAT WE WANT: Shoes that look good but allow high-speed kid chases Tops that are fitted but not clingy and don't have cleavage-revealing necklines Pants that stretch so moms can sit on the floor without hosting a peep show Clothes that hide post-pregnancy bulges Fabrics that are machine-washable and last and last Sweaters that don't pill from holding a child constantly and don't stretch out from tugs from little hands Style that doesn't scream "Fashionista!" at the park but doesn't shout "Dumpy mom!" at a nice restaurant


Posted by Maria, a resident of Blossom Valley
on Jun 2, 2009 at 1:05 pm

We saw your mommy blog and it looks great.... we'd love to get you involved in At the least it can send you a ton of traffic...