POPSUGAR Fashion Coco Rocha Has Becoming a Mommy Changed Your Style? by Fashion 9/17/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook I somehow doubt it will affect mommy-to-be Jenni Kayne. What about you, lilsugar? Source Read More Coco RochaFab Poll Coco Rocha Model Coco Rocha Shares Adorable Snaps of Her Newborn Baby Girl! Coco Rocha Refuses to Let Pregnancy Slow Down Her Style The Top Models Buddied Up on the Last Day of MFW The Bob: The Cut That Flatters Everyone Get chic with our daily newsletter Street Style Beauty Tips Celebrity Style Fashion and Beauty News Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. sldc 6 years Oh, and my look continues to evolve independently of my personal life. sldc 6 years Oh, and my look continues to evolve independently of my personal life. sldc 6 years "Mom pants" are really just outdated pants. Some people wear the same crap they wore in 1987, when they graduated high school. I think capris are the official mom pants now to be honest. They make everyone look short and cankle-y and nearly every mom and teacher seems to be addicted to them. sldc 6 years "Mom pants" are really just outdated pants. Some people wear the same crap they wore in 1987, when they graduated high school.I think capris are the official mom pants now to be honest. They make everyone look short and cankle-y and nearly every mom and teacher seems to be addicted to them. amber_castaldo 6 years I have totally changed my style for the better. I feel sexier for the most part and I actually care about the way I look. Belowen 6 years It has, but not in the way that I don't have time to fuss anymore. I feel that I dress a little bit more for comfort, I've said goodbye to my skinny jeans, as I am no longer "skinny" (lol) - well, they no longer suit my shape anyway - and I feel that my style is slightly more feminine now than it used to be... VelmaBean 6 years It did when my kids were little and I was just too busy and exhausted to think much about my look - but now that the kids are 9 and 6 I am actually much more stylish than I was before I had kids, personal style is a little something that is just for and about me in my life, and I really like that! sonya-ina 6 years I'm not yet a Mom, but I vow to NEVER wear "Mommy" pants. I'd definitely like to retain my style once I do become a Mom. I think it's sad when ladies let themselves go just because they become parents. Though you have a new priority, don't ever lose sight of yourself. hellomisskitty 6 years I agree--I do think I dress better now, just in a bigger size than before :( mjlover 6 years I have to say that since I have been a mom (9yrs), I dress even better than before! The fact that I am more mature and can afford nice things has a lot to do with it. I am proud to be a stylish mother of three beuatiful girls! totygoliguez 6 years Not mommy and I really don't want to be one Dana18 6 years No, I wear the same stuff as I did before. I go to work so I have to keep my self up and fashionable. As mush as I can afford to. Lovely_1 6 years I'm not a mommy yet :) Lovely_1 6 years I'm not a mommy yet :) RoyalBlueMoss 6 years Not a mom and never want to be. RosaDilia 6 years Not at all. RosaDilia 6 years Not at all. brandysbug 6 years Becoming a Mommy has actually done great things for the way I dress. Sure, during the day when I'm at home and covered with pea and peach puree, I'm wearing jeans and a tee. But, when I go out anywhere I am even more conscious of my style than ever before. I understand this is a time when most women lose their style or stay stuck in the one from before they became Mommies. But, I purposely try to maintain a creative, stylish look. I love FabSugar for this very reason. A few minutes every day spent at the computer before my daughter wakes up helps me to stay up-to-date and gives me new ideas for my own outfits. Now, affording the clothes I want to buy might be another story!!!