maternity fashion: learn fresh ways to dress your bump this Spring

  1. Ruching
    Side ruching can be very a flattering way to dress your bump! Ruching means that the fabric is gathered and sewn with lines of elastic which creates a stretchy, gathered look.
  2. A Cold Shoulder Top
    This style is very popular right now. Just because you’re pregnant doesn’t mean you can’t rock a cold shoulder top! Dress your bump with a light and airy off-the-shoulder top; it’s a great way to keep cool as temps heat up. Plus, this style is perfect for a casual, lazy Saturday. Try pairing a cold shoulder top with light-wash denim and some sneakers. This comfy top is a must-have for your closet this spring!
  3. Empire-Waist Tops
    An ever-popular shape for maternity wear is the empire waistline. It accentuates and flatters your bump! For comfort, look for shirts and tops that are cotton-blend.  A tie-front that sits right above your belly will flatter your growing bump.
  4. Skinny Maternity Jeans
    Look for easy-fitting skinny jeans that include elastic insets. That way, they can accommodate your growing baby bump throughout your pregnancy. They’ll quickly become your go-to choice of denim for each trimester. As with anything denim, skinny jeans are versatile and can be dressed up or down easily. And, skinnies are a great way to show off your shoes!
  5. Stretch Demin Shorts
    We think every mama-to-be has to have a good pair of shorts to keep her cool and comfortable in the spring and summer months. Look for medium-wash shorts in soft, stretch denim. Try styling them differently by rolling up the hems. For casual occasions, try the boyfriend silhouette and top it off with a colorful shirt, sandals, and sunglasses.
  6. Button Up Shirt
    Comfortable clothes become your BFF when you’re pregnant. The same is true after your baby arrives! Move easily from pregnancy to motherhood in a casual button-up. Look for a relaxed, “boyfriend” fit that’s looser; it’ll become a staple in your wardrobe. Pair it with leggings or jeans and sandals. When temps warm up, you can just roll up the shirt’s sleeves and style it with shorts.