Reality star Kristin Cavallari is “enjoying every second” of motherhood with her 6-month-old son Camden. And she’s been keeping busy amidst the late night feedings and diaper changes! The Hills alum – engaged to Camden’s dad, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler – recently launched Chinese Laundry by Kristin Cavallari, a capsule footwear collection.
Kristin opened up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about the joys of new motherhood, her “happy, sweet baby,” and how her style has “definitely been influenced” now that she’s a mom.
CBS: How are you adjusting to motherhood? What does it mean to you to be a mom?
KC: “Motherhood came very naturally to me. I’m enjoying every second. Cam is 6 months now and his personality is really starting to show. He’s such a happy, sweet baby. Every day is something new and exciting.
Being a mom means being responsible for another life and it no longer being about you. It’s the most rewarding thing in the world.”
CBS: Tell us about Chinese Laundry by Kristin Cavallari, a capsule footwear collection. What kinds of shoes will be in the collection? What’s the price range?
KC: “I loved designing my collection with Chinese Laundry. I’ve always been a huge fan of the brand and was thrilled when I was given the opportunity to launch a capsule collection. The line consists of an assortment of pumps, booties and flats, offered in classic and refreshing colorways such as blacks, nudes and pastels. The price ranges from $89.95 – $149.95.”
CBS: Now that you’re a mom, will your designs be influenced by your new lifestyle? Maybe more flats?
KC: “My style has definitely been influenced now that I’m a mom. Fashion and style is still very important, but comfort is key. I find myself wearing more flats, which can go with every outfit whether it’s a casual dress or jeans, which is why I incorporated lots of them into my Chinese Laundry by Kristin Cavallari collection.”
CBS: You had the best maternity style! Please describe your maternity style and how you enjoyed dressing your baby bump.
KC: “Thanks! My style remained pretty much the same while I was pregnant. I embraced my growing bump with lots of dresses and skirts. I think it’s cute to wear tight dresses to really show off the bump. I don’t think women need to hide under baggy clothes.”