When you think of springtime, you probably think of your favorite dresses and sweaters.
But if you’re thinking about getting pregnant, you’re probably thinking about white dresses.
And that’s the case for the designer who is bringing her holiday theme to the office this season.
“We were so excited to see the dress we were working on on the day of the show,” said designer Jen Soskin.
“It was so beautiful, and it was so fun to make.”
And that means the designer is offering a white dress for the baby shower.
“As a mother, you always want your baby to feel like you,” she said.
“So we were so proud to offer this dress for this season.”
The dress is made from recycled cotton, and the designer said the dress is 100 percent cotton and eco-friendly.
The dress was inspired by Soskins’ grandmother, who was a pioneer of maternity dressmaking, but she’s also a huge fan of white, which is why she wanted to create a dress that would reflect the culture of the baby showers.
“She would have loved the dress,” Soski said.
The designer also pointed out that white is a color that’s part of the holiday season and also the season of birthdays, which makes sense since Sosks grandmother was also a pioneer in the industry.
“I was thinking about what she would wear for her birthday,” Sotkin said.
And the dress will be a little bit different from the white dress the designer originally came up with for the show.
The white dress is much shorter than the black dress, which means the dress doesn’t need to be worn all the way down to the knees, but rather tucked into the waistband, which Soskins grandmother would have liked.
And there will be one of these for each of the babies.
For the baby, Soskowski will also offer a white polka dot dress that is inspired by the holiday theme, with sequins, white beads, and gold accents.
The blue dress will have white embroidery on the skirt, which the designer hopes will reflect the blue sky and white flowers that surround the city.
And for the mother, Sotkins is offering an embroidered dress that will reflect Sosko’s favorite holidays, such as New Years Eve, Christmas Eve, Easter, and Mother’s Day.
The dresses are available for pre-order on her website, and they’ll be available on sale through February 24.
For more on Soska’s holiday fashion, check out The Hill’s post about the designer’s inspiration.