A signature look: All modesty goes right out of the window! Things like oversize cashmere sweaters, slip dresses, vintage frocks, and outerwear will all work just as well if not better postpartum. Post-pregnancy, I have noticed that my foot has remained a half-size larger; I had to replace nearly all of my shoes, but my mules still work.
I found that it worked well for me, but bras are so personal. Agni in Australia. I loved throwing one of my husband's button-up shirts over my jumpers to hide things that I didn't want to show. Rock those over-the-knee boots, toss on a newsie hat, and continue dressing and feeling like you.
They are either too tight, too short, or too baggy. Chic, classic, and a little bit sexy!
I have also found that wearing formfitting clothing is more flattering to my new, growing accessory than wearing looser items.
She just announced she is pregnant again, and I can't wait to see her pregnancy style this go-around.
Barrett Prendergast. She isn't trying to hide the bump. Geri Hirsch. Great basics to have on hand. By the third, I couldn't get into it, but I went back to it a few months post-birth and when I say a few I mean six. I've found a few good pairs from Paige Denim, but I find myself wearing non-maternity leggings most of the time.
Jenny O'Brien. MyDomaine is part of the Dotdash publishing family. You can dress it up or down which makes it even more perfect! A pro styling tip: She always looks so put together but also like she is embracing her pregnancy and what is happening to her body.
Athena Hewett. But I recently discovered Cosabella's maternity line and have fallen in love.
Morgan Hedley. Their underwear and bras are so comfortable and definitely worth the investment. So we asked stylish mothers-to-be to send us photos of their go-to ensembles and reveal their favorite places to shop.
A hard thing to shop for: So many of their cuts are perfect for a growing bump and have taken me through all nine months!