5 Simple Maternity Style Tips

February 11, 2017

Being pregnant doesn’t mean that you need to take a break from fashion. Plenty of methods are available for the ladies in today’s world to stay stylish throughout the pregnancy. Here is a list of 5 most effective tips out of them. These stylish tips would give you the opportunity to make yourself feel good throughout the pregnancy as well.

  1. Invest in added sparkle

If you can put on your favorite jewellery and accessories, you will be able to make yourself look stylish during pregnancy. During pregnancy, it would be a good idea to wear long and dangling earrings along with a lariat necklace. They will assist you to deemphasize the fullness that can be found in your face. Or else, you can wear a scarf with some patterns around your hair. Carrying a chic handbag can also deliver a stylish look to you.

Necklace by Rock Cakes

  1. Prefer snug over bulky

Most of the ladies prefer to go for plus sized clothes during pregnancy in order to hide the size. However, it can deliver a bulky look to you at the end of the day. Therefore, you need to think about slimming down your silhouette during the pregnancy with the objective of emphasizing all the features that are not expanding with button down shirts, skinnier pants or snug sleeved tops. It is possible for you to try out knits that could stretch and fit perfectly well with your form. They would deliver a feminine and sexy outlook to you as well.

  1. Go skinny

You must have loved to wear skinny jeans before you got pregnant. However, you should not give up wearing those skinny pants after getting pregnant. It is possible for you to purchase skinny pants with super stretchy designs. They can cater your comfort requirements as well and you will not have to go through any frustration while wearing them. Therefore, you can purchase some leather leggings and skinny jeans in order to highlight your new curves during pregnancy.

Jeans from Isabella Oliver

  1. Select colorful clothes

With pregnancy, most of the ladies prefer to limit their wardrobe to neutral and black tones. But if you want to stay stylish, you should go for colorful clothes. Wearing colorful clothes have the ability to make you look good. In addition, they have the ability to deliver feelings of happiness and satisfaction to your mind as well. In case if you are not in a position to afford colorful dresses, you can think about wearing a bright sweater on top of your shoulders to complement a neutral outfit.

  1. Get more decorative

Last but not least, you can think about adding some decorative elements to your wardrobe. Decorative elements such as beaded accents and ruffled trims go perfectly well with pregnancy. However, you need to be careful enough to spend your money on accessories that you will be able to wear more than once in your life. Then you will be able to stay away from spending money unnecessarily.

Of course you always start with the underwear to make the most of your shape - so grab your Secret Saviours band if you haven't already!





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Size Guide

To calculate the size of band that's right for you, you'll need to measure around your waist and bump across its largest point - usually at the tummy button.

Bump Size* S M L XL
80 - 100 cms
(32 - 40 inches)
100 - 120 cms
(40 - 48 inches)
120 - 140 cms
(48- 56 inches)
140+ cms
(56+ inches)

 *All bumps are different and grow at different times. You may find that you will need to go up a size as your pregnancy progresses