After 40 weeks of expecting, sometimes the idea of putting together a hospital bag for yourself and then your little one can leave even a normally organized person a little flummoxed.  (Trust us, we’re doing it for the second time and still don’t want to over or under do it!)  Luckily, HATCH, one of our favorite resources for looking chic before, during & after pregnancy, has got you covered whether you’re on your way or coming home.

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The HATCH-to-Hospital Box is the perfect gift to give yourself or your loved one to ensure all possible comforts and luxuries during a stay in the hospital. The box includes:

  • One pair of amazing-fit panty briefs, which offer you full coverage without sacrificing style
  • Knee-length modal nightgown that feels like an extension of your softest, coziest tee, and can be pulled down for nursing


  • Coordinated jersey robe that hits just below the knee, with attached belt for your convenience


  • Pair of delectable grey cashmere tube socks

Once you are ready to leave with your new bundle, the HATCH to Home set makes sure you have the perfect take-me-home ensemble and the accessories to ensure that baby and his/her documentation are safe.


HATCH to Home Box, $188  The box includes:

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  • A classic gray terry MAKIÉ newborn onesie with ivory bear and pile socks

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  • A luxe keepsake envelope to E.Frances Paper to hold your little one’s birth details and documents


  • An ivory cashmere blanket with signature pink embroidered stripe





Rag and bone fedora

Sun’s out! Ok, well in most places. But for many of us, it’s still a pretty transitional part of the season and our wardrobes must of course follow suit. This light weight wool hat with ample brim, comes in this lighter-than-camel color with a contrasting white band, making it perfect for these spring months when we’re all busting down the door to get everyone outside.

Rag & Bone Floppy Brim Fedora, $195

Momspiration Monday: Jane Birkin

Monday, April 20, 2015  ·   ·  COMMENTS ( 0 )

Jane Birkin


There’s always been plenty to envy about Jane Birkin. Yes, the style, the bangs, the storied love affairs, but the English born singer, actress and fashion icon is also a mother and grandmother who takes her role as the family matriarch seriously, saying to Vanity Fair that her three girls are her “greatest achievement.”

She keeps her brood of equally stunning daughters close having stated in the past:

“I had a baby at 19 and was a grandmother by 39. Now, my children lend me their children to take them off to Brittany. It’s divine. I’m quite exceptionally lucky. I’ve never had a week without having all three of my daughters on the telephone.”

Weekly phone calls to mom and between sisters? Sounds like most people. Except the clothes and bags swapped between Birkin and her brood may arguably be a bit more enviable. Just saying.