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Here are a few of my tips to keep you stylish when expecting:
Fitted tops and dressesGone are the days when pregnant women are expected to wear dresses that resemble tents! Embrace your bump and find dresses and tops that actually fit you. Ruched dresses and tops are a great idea for dressing the bump. Patterns or solid colours will both create a slimming effect – winner!
Invest in essentialsPeople often complain about the price of maternity wear – it can seem like a waste of money to invest in pieces that you can only wear for a short period of time. It’s about quality, not quantity. I recommend spending a little extra on some basic maternity dresses and tops that will look great – and make you feel great too. Plus you can mix and match with jeans and accessories and scarves to create different looks.
Build a strong foundationPregnant or not – it is important to buy good underwear. Maternity lingerie is a great starting point for looking and feeling your best. With poor-fitting bras, your tops and dresses aren’t going to look as good as they could. Plus you will be uncomfortable … or should I say even more uncomfortable!
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