It is possible to be fashionable whilst pregnant and it’s not as hard as one would think. It’s all about embracing the bump. These are suggestions, not rules. Remember it all comes down to being comfortable in your own skin. If you’re confident you’ll feel good. If you feel good then you will look good. It’s a little cliché but it’s true. Make these suggestions work for you. The great thing about fashion is its variety. Hit up Maternity Sale Australia and find the look that suits you.
Embrace your shape
You’re pregnant, more than ever it’s important that you don’t compare yourself to the woman next to you. Your shape will be changing so take time to get to know your body. Look at this as an opportunity to try something new. Play with different styles. Remember; style is individualistic and therefore it’s all about you.
Always go for comfort. You can be comfy without being frumpy. You look good when you feel good, clichéd but true. It all starts at the base or in this case the underwear. Your body is changing and therefore you may need to update your bras and underwear.
This is an investment worth making. No one wants to spend a bomb on their pregnancy wardrobe so just focus on the necessities. This includes jeans, trousers, dress and whatever else you may need.
Wear block colours. These are simple and bright. They create a cleaner look than prints and streamline your figure. This means you’ll appear taller and leaner. If you’re feeling heavy or big choose a solid colour, add a splashes of colour with accessories.
Embrace the maxi dress. Oh so comfortable and look ultra-sheik. They are super comfortable and fashionable. What’s not to love?
Top it off
It pains me to say but it’s not all about the clothes. You need to finish the outfit off with accessories, hair and make-up. The great thing about accessories is you can wear them whilst pregnant and after. Brightly coloured scarves, jewels, bags and shoes look great on any girl. The same goes for hair and make-up. Not a lot needs to change. Use hair to enhance your look and make-up to compliment it.
Heels are barely comfortable without being pregnant. There’s no argument wearing super-high stilettos during pregnancy are just plain awkward as your tummy grows and your centre of balance shifts. Your feet will already naturally swell, don’t encourage them. You can still add height by wearing wedges. Flats have definitely come a long way too. There’s a great variety available.