Look classy and comfortable during your pregnancy with a few our favourite maternity outfits, which are also kind to your budget.
Must-have’s include summer maxi dresses, flat sandals, and leggings which can be used to layer up those outfits for the colder weather.
Layer up your favourite kimono jacket which will grow with your bump! To give it a little extra shape, use a midi belt at the waist.
Save those palazzo pants for your pregnancy since they are so comfy and cute during the summer. Finish off the look with a denim jacket to keep cozy for dinner.
A shift dress is a must-have for every mum-to-be since it’s so quick and easy to wear! Style it up with heels and a blazer, or wear it during the day with flat sandals.
A comfy knit cardigan is the best way to keep warm in the colder weather without weighing down your outfit. Keep the outfit looking its best with casual jeans or leggings, finishing off with ankle boots.
Keep warm with this grey marle midi dress which is the perfect layering outfit. It’s a great option for the later stages of your pregnancy.
Whilst jeggings are generally a no-go zone, they are actually an amazing investment for maternity fashion. We love the way Anna Saccone has paired her jeggings with a cute cardigan and flip-flops.
The humble t-shirt dress is another must-have since it’s so easy to layer according to the weather. Belt it at the waist to create more structure, and to show-off your baby bump!
Long sleeve shirt
Try a figure-hugging long sleeve shirt which will grow with your bump! It’s ideal for the colder weather, and won’t feel too constricting on your bump.
A lightweight trench coat is another great layering piece for the cooler weather since it’s very versatile. Belt it at the waist to emphasise your baby bump, or drape it over your shoulders to keep warm.
Add a comfy knit jumper into your winter wardrobe to stay warm and cozy. Choose a style which is accommodating to your bump, and something you can also use after your pregnancy.
Images via Pink Pistachio, Cara Loren, Glam Radar, Anna Saccone, Babble, Pink Peonies, Vogue Spain
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