Seems like Prince George is getting a new baby brother or sister come next summer! And while we can expect a fresh wave of uber-classy maternity fashion from Duchess Kate this time around too, here are a few tips from the SC stylists on staying fashionable and looking your best through all the morning sickness!
Highlight your assets – Bring all the focus of the entire outfit on your best assets. That would be your shoulders, neck and bust. Opt for V-necklines that flatter your upper half by showing off the cleavage and shoulder blades to your best advantage.
Empire Waist – The empire waist looks best on expecting mommas! It’s a style that will forever be a classic in the maternity department.
Longer sleeves – Your upper arms might become heavier so instead of sleeveless designs, go for 3/4th sleeves which will highlight your dainty wrists while hiding the flabby arms.
Fit and Flared designs – Tops that are fitted till just above your bust and flare out dramatically after that are perfect silhouettes for the chic mom-to-be.
Here are a few outfit that will make your morning sickness blues go away.
This long sundress on MumsnBabies.com is the answer to all your “No-dress-for-the-beach” dilemmas. Perfect for a relaxed weekend, or even for running errands.
Another one from MumsnBabies.com is a cute LBD for your low-key dinner with friends.
This coral kurta set by Gaurav Gupta available at Pernia’s Pop Up Shop is a perfect specimen of the “highlight your assets” fit and flare clothing. You can wear it for your baby shower!
For a casual day around the city, step out in stylish polka dots by Anupamaa Dayal at Pernia’s Pop Up Shop.
For the best maternity workwear, choose super chic shirt tunics like this one by Bodice.
If you’re an online shopper, Asos has a really cool (read, really pretty!) collection of maternity dresses in stock right now!