First of all, congratulations for the bump. Now you can certainly make the stares at your bump more worthwhile strutting your stuff in these stylish clothing.
1. Form-fitting Clothes
Contrary to what anyone must have told you, don’t restrict yourself to only loose clothes when pregnant.
Unless such clothes are your personal style and you feel super comfy in them, go for form-fitting clothes too.
Even if you get so comfortable in loose clothes, once in a while, step out of your comfort zone and rock your body-con dresses, jumpsuits, tight tops, etc. They’ll help to highlight your baby bump instead of hiding it.
Pregnancy isn’t a thing of shame that you should conceal under layers of clothing. Let your baby bump be the focus of attention.
2. Midriff-Baring Tops
If you were a lover of crop tops before you became plus one, don’t stop when your belly starts bulging.
Rihanna preached this gospel throughout the days of her pregnancy.
In fact, she made the Internet replete with photos flashing her baby bump in our faces. And to be sincere, it was (and still is) such a delight to behold.
Not because it’s Rihanna but because it’s daring, edgy, audacious…straight outta the norm.
So, whether you’re a celebrity or not, wear crop tops when pregnant. It doesn’t have to completely show your midriff, but it should be cropped enough to exude style.
However, if you won’t feel comfortable in pregnancy crop tops, layer with a shirt or jacket.
That’s even more stylish if you asked me.
3. Maternity Leggings
Leggings are stretchy, comfy, and versatile. You can pair them with any top, be they loose or tight-fitting.
Maternity leggings also provide that comfort. This time around, they’re stretchier to accommodate your body changes as your fetus develops. They also have a thick compression band and offer you support as you go about your daily activities.
Add this to your maternity wardrobe to have a comfortable, stylish pregnancy.
4. Maternity Jeans
It’s not a curse. But some of your jeans would no longer fit as your belly increases its size to accommodate your child. To be on the safer side, shop for maternity jeans.
Some come with a full elasticated band over your tummy while some scoop under your bump. Others have drawstrings, stretchy panels, or an elasticated waist and extra allowance around your tummy area.
This helps to accommodate changes to your body from your first trimester to the third.
5. Comfortable Underwear
Maternity underwear is specifically made to be extra-stretchy. They’re designed to fit underneath or over a growing belly. If you can’t find them, just wear regular comfy panties so long as they stretch and can fit below your belly.
6. Bra Top
As part of the changes to your body, your breasts would also increase in size. And then, some days, you may not even feel comfortable in your regular brassiers.
When that happens, just wear bra tops or palettes.
They’re stretchy and come with no wires. They also double as crop tops too, in case you’d love to try out tip #2.
7. Sheer Clothes
You’re not Rihanna. I don’t expect you to go around town in a dress that shows everything you’re wearing underneath.
But wouldn’t you like to look hot for your baby daddy?
You can wear this and take pictures at home or even when you go swimming. You can also wear a sheer top that shows your bare belly underneath.
It’s a nice outfit for a baby bump photoshoot too.
Pregnancy shouldn’t make you lose your drip, you know. You don’t have to go overboard like Riri. You can conservatively rock sheer clothes too.
Jumpsuits are always stylish. And you can wear them anywhere you like as you exude style.
To accommodate your baby bump, wear a stretchy jumpsuit. If available, go for one with a zipper in front so you can use the restroom without any inconvenience.
9. Palazzo Pants
Oh yeah! This is a must-have for working-class expectant mothers.
Rock those hot pants with a cute shirt to work. To highlight your bump, tuck in your shirt for more effect.
You’d see other women at work would take style lessons from you.
10. Roomy Clothes
Baggy clothes aren’t just comfortable. They’re super stylish too. It all depends on how you style them. And that’s why we added them to this list.
Imagine rocking a loose-fitting maxi dress with sneakers? Or rocking your sweater, coats, or jackets, with cute bum shorts.
Don’t drop the loose clothes. Wear them but style them like a true fashionista without going against your style.