Bianca Two-way pleat dress
Photo courtesy of Stillen Maternity
#Accentuate With a Fitted Silhouette
If you’re comfortable in showing off your new curves, we recommend a fitted silhouette. It not only emphasizes your femininity, but it actually makes you look chic and slimmer.
#Add Belt for Waistline
To emphasize a waistline, we suggest adding a belt to create a better proportion. While the waistline sits higher when you’re expecting but by doing so, it helps with creating an illusion of long, slender legs.
Matilda Shirtdress Photo
courtesy of Stillen Maternity
# Dual Function Maternity wear
Is buying maternity wear necessary and can you try to make do with buying oversized outfits to tide them over this short period of pregnancy? Well you can but they may not work so well post pregnancy as they will most likely be too loose later on. With many new labels on the market coming up with stylish and dual function maternity wear which you can wear both during pregnancy and for breastfeeding later on, it would be definitely bang for your buck to buy some of these outfits which are designed for your comfort and changing body and needs.
# Back to Basics
Build a mini pregnancy closet with basics like Maternity jeans, leggings and a few maternity tanks or t-shirts. They are a must-have during the pregnancy as they are so easy to style with and are comfortable at all stages of the pregnancy. Dress up or down with different types of tops and outerwear and accessories accordingly.
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