How to Be Stylish When Pregnant

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Maternity Chic

 

Looking stylish when pregnant can feel like hard work. You don’t want to buy a huge maternity wardrobe. But a few essentials plus accessories can really get you through your pregnancy.

A great pair of maternity jeans are worth investing in.  You can pair them with jersey tops, then throw over a cardigan (doesn’t have to button up or be maternity wear).   Adding a necklace that makes a statement will dress up a more casual outfit.   A fabulous handbag finishes your outfit.

Another great investment is a stylish jersey dress that will stretch as your baby grows.   You can dress it up with more glamorous jewellery, or wear it around and about with more fun accessories.  A cute pair of flat shoes will keep you comfortable and still look stylish.

Check out how to put together a workable maternity wardrobe capsule.

Some more pregnancy dressing tips can be found here.

And once you’re past the pregnancy, you may want to think about a post-pregnancy wardrobe til you can get back to regular wardrobe.

What was your favourite maternity outfit?

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  • I loved my black super light and comfortable trousers and knit tops. I discovered that a pregnant woman looks better in knits that do not hide the belly. Big clothes make you look fat all over

  • My favourite piece of clothing that I could not have lived without was a Kirrily Johnston woolen skirt! It had an elastic waist that stretched beautifully with my ever expanding belly. Flat shoes were also my best friend with the odd wedge coming out when I felt like strutting my stuff 🙂

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