Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Mamas To Be: Time To Refresh Your Wardrobe!


With the summer season in full swing, now is the time to make a few style adjustments to your new season’s maternity wardrobe, this should be done in advance as otherwise you will run out of time and end up grabbing any old thing from your local store’s maternity section.
Whether you choose to visit a store or shop online, choosing your new elegant maternity wear doesn’t have to be a daunting experience. Expectant mothers can still appear super stylish, especially now that there are so many brands catering to expectant mothers alone.
Many new labels emerging in fact feature pieces that work all the latest trends, they have simply been styled with the expectant mother’s body in mind. Many of the ranges on sale are fresh off the spring and summer catwalks and takes the fact that all woman possess a different body shape into consideration.
This is where expandable waistlines come into play. This season is showcasing a wide range of maternity wear in the shape of new season maternity skirts, maternity trousers, maternity leggings, maternity shorts and an assortment of other garments. The best bit is that all have been created in your favorite styles, yet all offer an expandable waist line, which in turn allows you to pick your favorite cut and color, knowing that it will last you throughout, and long after, your pregnancy.
Pregnancy is no different to shopping for your usual body shape, especially when it comes to finding a new pair of jeans. You don’t have to opt for the baggiest boyfriend style available, instead stick to your usual cut and color and look for styles that offer a flexible expandable waistband. Forget buttons and zippers, the most important thing is comfort when you are in the midst of pregnancy, style of course is an added bonus!

Disclaimer: This is a featured post is in association with Very.co.uk.

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