A lot of new moms are dismayed they can't get into their clothes after giving birth to their baby.

Celebrity stylist Liz Uy shared an easy solution to this problem, especially for moms who are dealing with increased dress sizes.

She said, "It's always naman fun to wear clothes differently also; if nahanap na nila kung saan sila comfortable and saan yung flattering sa body nila, okay na rin na they stick to that."

PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) had a quick chat with the 36-year-old celebrity mom on the second day of Bench Fashion Week Holiday 2018 at Bench Tower, Bonifacio Global City last Saturday, September 1.

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The former Preview magazine editor said she had to adjust her style during the early days of her post-pregnancy when she was still breastfeeding Baby Xavi.

"I guess nung mga first few months, I was into mga button downs and mga wrap dresses because I was breastfeeding talaga.

"But I guess you just make way... I guess, style evolves naman talaga."

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Otherwise, Liz has not changed her style much since she gave birth.

She is still into a lot of layers, bold colors, and prints as shown on her Instagram account.

She said, "Same as before din naman, it didn't change. How I was before, same lang din siya as before."

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This story originally appeared on Pep.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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