The reality star is making room in her closet for clothes that fit her new lifestyle and her new post-baby bod.

By Hollee Actman Becker
September 15, 2017

If you've always wanted to dress like a reality star, here's your chance. Hills alum Whitney Port has just launched a collab with online thrift store thredUP called Whitney's Closet, where's she's selling the clothes she rocked before and during her recent pregnancy in order to support Every Mother Counts.

Port welcomed her first child—a little boy named Sonny—back in July, and after feeling pressure to drop her baby weight, the stylish mama decided to reject the notion that she had to "bounce back" to a certain size quickly. Instead, she's cleaning out her closet to make room for clothes that fit both her new lifestyle and her changing body.

"Some people have been asking me what I'm doing to drop the baby weight," she explained. "And I'm thinking, 'Lay off people, I just made a human!' Honestly, I'm feeling more confident than ever."

Way to go, mama! To that end, you'll find items in her shop like the Rodarte x Opening Ceremony Skirt that Port says she's had forever, but is not sure her waist will ever fit back into. The Love Binetti Jacket that she says gave her room to grow comfortably during her pregnancy. And our favorite item—the gorgeous Elizabeth and James floral wrap dress the glowing mama-to-be wore to her baby shower:

Credit: thredUP collab

So stunning, right? Go get it here.

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Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and mom of two who writes about parenting and pop culture. Check out her website for more, and then follow her on Instagram.

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