I would go with any of the seperates,or swing dresses.I'm a mom of 2 & those styles work for me.Also the material is quite delicate & they require to be dry cleaned or hand washed.
To prevent shrinking.
I am a SAHM with an 8 and 4 year old. I just started wearing PUG fashion as well. Separates are a good way to start, I just got the Deadly Dames capri pants and they are so stretchy and comfortable! I have a couple of swing dresses too (from Hell Bunny) and on days I want to wear them a little differently, I tuck the top of the dress underneath and I wear it as a skirt with a tucked in t-shirt and some flats.
haha! I don't think so, I guess it depends on your butt, my husband compares them to Sandy in Grease at the end when she wears those leather pants, hope that helps :)
LOL!! Yeah, I do alot of thrift shopping too when I just want to wear a cute dress around the house, Forever 21 has some nice finds once in a while too, I really only wear my PUG dresses and high heels when I go out. And I just got some really cute flats from Iron Fist And I just found these cute heels at Kohls, they are so comfy!.
Ha as a fellow PUG with a husband who loves my booty, the Deadly Dames Capri's are amazing. I literally just ordered another pair of the denim ones because they are such a staple. I gave going back to work a try for a year and hate it so in one month I'll be back to being a SAHM and have started keeping that in mind with my purchases. The separates are a must, and with 2 very hyper boys (5 and 3) it's hard to get away with dresses often, but if I do, I love the Netti Dresses. Comfy and cute. Oh and the Laura Byrnes shorts a MUST for me for the summer. Very forgiving and easy to dress up or down.
I have a 3 and a 5 year old, on a daily basis I usually wear a skirt and a t-shirt/blouse and a cardigan (depending on weather). Throwing on a skirt and top is just as fast and easy as throwing on a thsirt and jeans (or sweatpants), a dress is even easier, and looks much nicer, in my opinion. I have been collecting a-line and circle skirts and dresses, 1 becuase I dig the whole June Cleaver/50s housewife look and 2 it is very hard to clean in a pencil skirt. I like the day dress style, like a shirtdress, for everyday. Also most of the clothes from PUG are dry-clean only, so if your children are super messy I would look elsewhere for everyday clothes. My kids are a little older and both girls so they aren't too terribly messy, so I can get away with it. Though most of my clothes come from thrift stores and eBay, I do love to get a special occasion dress from PUG! I just got a couple vamp tops that will be working into my wardrobe. If you do a lot of running around, stick to flats or a very small heel, it makes life much easier. Have fun!