I wish I could get the hang of my Moby so it could hide some of my body! Sometimes I get it right and it rocks and other times, I tear it off in frustration and grab my BH or sling (I'm a babywearing tramp - I dig all the carriers!). I thought it would be a great wardrobe malfunction cover, if only I could get it right!
Anyway, with K I literally THREW out (as in I opened the door and chucked them) a $200 pair of Italian leather boots that I stalked for months at a local department store until they clearanced enough that I could countenance buying them since my cute little size 6.5 feet had grown to monster size 8 wides and NOTHING except for flip flops fit me. It was freakin' winter and I had no foot coverings, NONE. This time, my feet haven't grown any, which is a relief. However, I hear ya shoe lovin' mamas! I have two words for those of you suffering from foot-widening shock: New Balance. They're UGLY but they come in true wide sizes.
Since I can't really wear nursing bras due to my history of plugged ducts, I have been living in nursing tanks and I love them. I have three from Motherwear from K that are all stretched out and faded (16 months of constant use will do that though) that I wear at home and to bed, and 2 new nursing bra tanks from Glamourmom that I wear whenever I go out because they are fabulous, and one from Bravado that I have serious dislike for that I'm trying to find some use for because I paid big $$$ for it. I have several from Target, but they won't close over my enormous boobs, so they are useless to me. If you are struggling with your shape and self-esteem, jeans that fit, a longer nursing tank and a cute cardigan or jacket might be the way to go. I'm far from Sarah Jessica Parker, but I find that ensemble works for me.
Oh, and today was my 6 weeks and I'm still 7 pounds over my pre-preggo weight.