The reality star is making room in her closet for clothes that fit her new lifestyle and her new post-baby bod.
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.
Behind the scenes of Good Morning America! I’m selling my clothes on @thredup, my favorite online thrift store! It feels really good to refresh my closet and make room for pieces that fit my changing body and style. Go to thredUP.com/whitney (link in bio) to shop the dress I wore to my baby shower, @DVF pants from my time on The City, a few items I designed myself - and more! All proceeds go to a wonderful cause, @everymomcounts, and @thredup will match every dollar 😇. #secondhandfirst #sponsored
A post shared by Whitney Port (@whitneyeveport) on Sep 15, 2017 at 5:54am PDT
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.
Chatting w/ @mydomaine about raising the next generation to embrace love, not hate: Although Sonny is too young to learn anything right now except that crying will get him changed and fed (he's only 3 weeks old ;)), my number one priority as a mom is to teach him right from wrong. Included in that giant life lesson, is the fact that people are defined by a large sum of different qualities, life experiences and backgrounds. Those who attempt to define people by the color of their skin are either afraid of the unknown or too lazy to do the real work it takes to know someone. If I can teach my son that it takes a lot more digging than just looking at someone to know their strength of character than I will have taught him a lesson worth passing on to the next generation. 📷: @colemoser
A post shared by Whitney Port (@whitneyeveport) on Aug 20, 2017 at 8:07am PDT
"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."
A post shared by Whitney Port (@whitneyeveport) on Aug 26, 2017 at 9:09am PDT
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:
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 holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and then follow her on Instagram.