Whatever you do, avoid buying clothing with seams at the waist. Even if you find a cute outfit that fits you now, that seam at the waist can become very awkward overnight. If you don’t mind having to toss clothing aside after wearing it a few times, then maybe this isn’t such a big deal to you. If it does matter to you, then buying clothing without a seam on the waist will allow you room to grow into it.
Don’t wear bright colors either. Dark colors will make you appear smaller than you are, and will also help to hide problem areas. It’s also easier to combine colors to create a unique look, which will be important if your maternity wardrobe is limited in size. Dress in layers, and it’ll be that much easier to hide what you don’t want to be seen, and shine a spotlight onto that cute baby bump of yours.
When it comes to picking out styles, avoid clothing that is too tight or too billowy. Try to find nice, flowing pieces that hug you in all the right places, but add some movement and body over the places you want to hide. Pick dresses one size up so you can use them in the months after your pregnancy too.
If you need to look stylish for work, opt for dresses rather than pairing other pieces together. They are easier to put on in the morning, and you’ll look sophisticated and polished in one. Look for a dress with a flowing crepe top. They are super flattering and definitely on-trend and appropriate for use at the office.
Wear either low- or -mid-heels, or opt for some comfortable loafers, depending on the occasion. The heals will be easier to stand in for long periods throughout the day than taller heels, and the ankle strap will add some aesthetic detailing to ensure that you look great. The loafers will not only provide superior comfort for you, but they’re easy to slip on without even needing to bend over!
There’s no reason that you shouldn’t look both stylish and sexy while pregnant. Use these tips to pick out some fashionable maternity clothes, and you can bet that you’ll still turn heads.