Fashion

How To Dress the Bump: Pregnancy Fashion Alert

One reason people resist change is because they focus on what they have to give up instead of what they have to gain.

Wrapping your mind around pregnancy can be really challenging, to the point where all you can think about is the things you have to give up. No more sushi, no sipping on wine, no rocking your favorite high heels on the reg and you’re definitely going to have to bench that sexy crop top you love way too much…the list goes on and on.

If and when you do grasp the fact that you have a small human being growing inside of you, your wardrobe is likely already in need of alterations. Not to worry, I’ve outlined staple looks for all chic fashionistas to accentuate your ever growing bump holding your little bundle of joy inside.

Hold on for this amazing journey, ladies. This is going to be one of the most rewarding and exciting changes you’ll ever experience. Embrace it and get creative.

Dresses: the most comfortable look for your growing bump is wearing a dress

Tip: buy one you can accessorize and wear lots of different ways (i.e. denim jacket cover, blazer, statement necklace)

Maternity pants: all you really need is one pair, but wait until you’re at least 3-4 months along to purchase

Tip: pair your new pants with a statement top…think stripes and patterns, they accent your bump in the cutest way

All black everything: my favorite color is black and to be quite honest, every woman is stunning and classy when rocking all black

Tip: add a sun hat or small heel or even a red lip to dress it up and make your look “pop”

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