Tips on Choosing Trendy , Stylish and Professional Maternity Clothes

Getting pregnant doesn’t mean giving up fashionable clothes for frumpy and unflattering styles. I’m a mother and I’ve been there and I know how frustrating it is when your pre-pregnancy clothes no longer fit and all you can find at the mall are maternity dresses that doesn’t suit your taste but you don’t have a choice because they’re the only one available in the city. That wouldn’t be the case if I was introduced to online shopping to shop trendy and stylish maternity clothes in ONE comfortable place like the Babies ‘n Bellies. You could shop in here 24/7, anytime, anywhere and in any wear!

Here are my top choices whenever I get pregnant for our second one:

Maternity Wear for Mall Strolling:


Knotted Kimono Sleeve Crop Top, $24.99

Real Waist Maternity Skinny Jeans- $34.99

Floating Baby Girl Short Sleeve Maternity Shirt ($39.99). I want my second baby to be a girl (with long curly eyelashes and hair bows!) . Isn't it a super soft short sleeve tee with a super cute image across your bump?

Side Tie Maternity Shorts- $19.99

Maternity Dresses for for my Workplace  (I’m a preschool teacher, remember?)

Bamboo Banded Maternity Nursing Tunic/Dress- $89.00
Bump-Vee Maternity Dress- $62.00
Elena Cap Sleeve Nursing/Maternity Dress- $99.00
Maggie Bolero Three Piece Maternity Set- $49.00
Rocker Girl Maternity Pant Set- $39.99

Keep these smart shopping tips in mind when choosing professional maternity clothes:

1. Invest in Wardrobe Staples. Stick with stocking your pregnancy closet with wardrobe staples. Buy black, gray and brown pants, then use accessories and different tops to vary your daily attire. If your job calls for business attire, buy a basic dress that can be worn to work, as well as out to dinner. Invest in one suit jacket. Basic, non-trendy clothing also will come in handy if you plan to get pregnant again in the future.

2. Buy Clothes That Will Grow With Your Body . Buy skirts and pants with elastic waistbands that will give you the longest wearing time and because your size can change drastically from one day to the next when you’re pregnant, buy maternity clothes as you need them. Buying in advance, especially when there is a change of season coming up, isn’t wise because you may jump a size, and never get to wear some items.

3. Price-Wise shopping. Don’t invest your entire maternity clothes budget in one designer suit. With so many maternity clothing designers today, you can price shop and still get decent apparel. In fact, many discount retailers, carry maternity clothes. It’s a challenge for pregnant women to maintain a fashionable style without going broke purchasing a new high-end maternity wardrobe.

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