You’re pregnant! Congrats — now you’re trying to figure out how to deal with your closet for the next nine months.
When you’re pregnant, being comfortable is key, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have the right to dress well. There are so many outfits that can flatter your new curves.
Fashion and pregnancy can get along. So you can still be stylish when pregnant, and you can still wear your favorite jeans.
Once upon a time, maternity clothes involved tent-like dresses, but today, thanks to fashion bloggers, influencers and celebrities, pregnancy style have transformed so that anyone can wear stylish looks even with a baby on the way.
I know firsthand that dressing your body through nine months of continual change can be tricky, but to help you style your own way through it, I’m going to share with you some maternity outfit inspiration you’re sure to want to copy.
Something that I didn’t really want to give up is my Jeans,
All my clothes are from Femme Luxe
The last look is my favorite one as I wearing a Denim Dress is super comfortable and chic and it’s the right alternative to the classic jeans.
Many women think that when they are pregnant they need to stop wearing jeans. But you won’t have to let pregnancy prevent you from wearing a well-fitting pair of your favourite denim jeans. There are more maternity jeans options than ever before that are perfectly made to suit you and your growing bump.
Moreover, one pair can be worn throughout the whole pregnancy. This is because they are designed to stretch and adapt as the pregnancy advances. They have adjustable, elastic waistbands which can “grow” as needed, to accommodate your belly. There are three main types of maternity jeans: under-the-bump waistband, over-the-bump waistband, and side stretch panel. Over-the-bump waistband generally provides the smoothest support for your midsection, under-the-bump waistbands can provide support from below and side panelling is the closest you’ll get to your regular jeans.
Try each one to see what feels best for you and your changing body. Pregnancy is not the time to sacrifice comfort for style.
You can pair your jeans with a long line top or a jumper like I did.
Whether you like dresses that are easy to slip on or want to try out some trends you keep seeing on people who happen to not be pregnant, you will find your maternity street style look that makes you feel comfortable and trendy at the same time. And the best part is you can continue to wear them long after your childbirth since they are too cool to pass up.
So, be ready for a list of comfy-not-scruffy outfit ideas to dress — and feel — like the goddess you are.
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