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Did Your Style Change After Becoming a Mom?

Fashion comes and goes, but every woman has her own sense of style, regardless of the trends. That's why I was struck by some comments I heard on the Today show this morning during a segment with Tracy Anderson and Molly Sims. The two women — who both have 4-month-old tots at home — appeared on the show to promote Anderson's new prenatal exercise video.

As you may recall, Anderson got herself into a bit of hot water last month when she suggested that many women use pregnancy as nine months to indulge, rather than take care of their bodies. On the show today she clarified that statement, and Sims talked about the pressure to look good right after having a baby. She said that her new "boho chic" style has received some press coverage but insinuated that it really is just a tactic for covering up the baby weight. Whether it was to hide the baby weight or to accommodate a new work situation, did your style change after pregnancy?

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