Thursday 22 October 2015

Tips for shopping for maternity wear

Shopping for maternity clothing can be quite a challenge sometimes. There are some things you can miss that can affect your whole look entirely and leave you looking a bit 'frumpy'. Below are 5 tips that can help you when shopping for maternity wear so you look more yummy mummy than frumpy mumsy. 

maternity style

A-Line shirts and dresses for the win! There is a reason many pregnant women tend to choose this type of cut. It easily hides things you wish for, and it gives plenty of space for your baby to grow as well. They can also be worn for most of the pregnancy so it is a good investment.

Look for waistbands. Another very essential thing for all pregnant ladies is various pants and skirts with elastic waistbands. They are so cosy and also support the bump as well. 

Your style. Yes, some women tend to forget this then they shop! You don't need to change your style radically. For example, if you used to dress in black and have that cool metal/rock vibe – don’t think that just because you are pregnant you have to say goodbye to that. It is the best time to embrace who you are and you will feel and look better in items you are comfortable wearing.

Don’t just shop at maternity stores. Many great retailers sell unique maternity lines you can shop at. If you combine coupons (for example on this website) you will surely be able to enjoy excellent designer made clothing a lot cheaper. 

Layering is the key. Finally, you should keep in mind that during pregnancy, one of the essential fashion tips is to layer as much as you need in the winter. Layers will create a more put together look, and also keep you and your baby cosy. The best part is that you don’t need to invest in brand new cardigans and jackets since you can fit in those you already own. So – don’t forget that layering is not only an excellent way to finish up your look, but it has a great practicality too. 

So that's my 5 tips for shopping for maternity wear, do you have any to add?

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