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Since I became pregnant, I’ve found it quite tricky to find clothes that both fit well and look great. As my belly started to grow, the first thing I had to invest in was a good pair of maternity jeans and longer tops. Any cropped tops, skirts and tops that just cover my waist have now all gone into storage!
I’ve been buying lots of stretchy dresses which are super comfy and will keep me going throughout my pregnancy and beyond. I’m all about investment pieces so I like to buy clothes I know I will be able to get a lot of use out of even if my body is going through a change.
I came across Isabella Oliver when my favourite jeans started to become tighter and so decided it was time to get some maternity jeans. It’s a stylish pregnancy brand with chic pieces and classic styles. I’ve put together 4 looks featuring my favourites pieces to show you how you can still be stylish even when you’re pregnant.
This dress is so comfy and can be worn in the summer as it is or with a leather jacket on a colder day. The belt hugs in nicely on the waist which makes it super flattering and shows off the bump.
This dress is so fun! It cuts off nicely just above the knee so it’s perfect from a lovely sunny day. You can never have too many striped pieces in your wardrobe, especially when you are pregnant. I love how easy it is to put on a striped dress and feel comfortable and look great. This is definitely one of my go to summer dresses this year.
Wearing the Nia Maternity Tie Dress
Yes, it’s another striped piece that can’t go wrong with! This top is super cute with a really flattering arm length. I’ve teamed it with some white jeans that go over the bump which keeps everything tucked in and makes wearing jeans whilst pregnant so much more comfortable.
This top is so gorgeous and elegant. I love the off the shoulder look and have paired it with this lovely knee length skirt. This look is great for meetings and days at work.