If you follow mamalooks on Pinterest you willl know that I regularly post lots of blogger and street style photos of super chic mama-to-bes. Here is a quick round up of some of the most inspiring outfits and the keys to make them your own.
Team a body hugging dress with a loose jacket or cardi for a relaxed silhouette. (Could I have That)
Bring monochrome basics to life with striking accessories. (Marionberry Style)
Go boho with an embroidered dress. (The Day Book Blog)
Over-the-bump midi-skirts can work this good. (House of Harper)
Mix stripes and florals: it works. (Chalk White Arrow)
Boyfriend jeans take the cool factor up a notch. (Belle de Couture)
Thought kaftans were mumsy? Think again! (The Hive Mag)
Maternity chinos can be worn for smart occasions, and also dressed down with a kooky striped top. (Source unknown)
Inspired? Any favorites? Follow me on Pinterest for a daily dose of maternity outfits and ideas!
I am so loving the new Hatch collection for this fall. As you may know, Hatch clothes are designed to be worn before, during and after pregnancy, creating a relaxed yet sophisticated look. I only wish I could afford them (a bit too pricey for me I’m afraid)!
What about you? Would you invest in one of their pieces? Here are my favorites:
I am so glad kimonos are on trend right now, because that means that there are lots of them to choose from, and some of them are actually beautiful AND affordable. They give you instant glamour, whether you are in the final swelling months of your pregnancy or exhausted with an absorbing baby.
Here is a selection of my 10 favourite mama-friendly kimonos around the internets (and don’t miss out other mama friendly fashion inspiration on Pinterest!):
In this blog I often try to help you find clothes that are mama friendly, that is, “normal” garments that are suitable for pregnant and/or nursing women who love fashion.
But sometimes it’s worth to get some proper maternity and nursing items (specially bras and bottoms) so I decided to make a round up of the best online stores for affordable maternity fashion. Here is the list, and my favourite picks from each one:
What’s more convenient when you are pregnant than shopping your maternity clothes while you stock up in everything else you need?
An international powerhouse, it’s the safe place to go for affordable fashion for the whole family.
New Look takes maternity fashion seriously, stocking a wide range of belly-friendly clothing from great basic sets to pretty dresses.
Apart from their Maternity collections, they stock other well known maternity brands like Mama.licious, Isabella Oliver or Elle Macpherson Intimates.
Always at the forefront of trends, TOPSHOP Maternity is the perfect range for mamas who won’t let a bump get in the way to be the coolest girl in the room.
With a huge range of jersey tops and dresses, you can’t go wrong with GAP’s comfortable yet stylish pieces.
What do you think of this list, did I miss any shop you like? Where do/did you shop for your maternity wardrobe?
Free People is the place to go for funky, floaty tunics and dresses, and it comes to no surprise that some of the clothing is very mama friendly. (The first dress was seen in a stylish California pregnant celeb, for instance). Hope you like my choices!
These are 2 looks that I think are easy and fun:
Happy New Year people! Have you been keeping all those super ambitious resolutions? Erm, I didn’t get to finish writing them!
So New Year calls for a New Look right? Well, I think it’s a good excuse to get back to have a quick look at what’s at store in this shop, there are always tons and tons of great maternity basics and some cool finds too. Here is my selection, hope you like them:
1 New Look Maternity Burgundy Tea Dress // 2 New Look Maternity Black Colour Block Crepe Tunic Dress // 3 New Look Maternity Monochrome Stripe Crepe T-Shirt // 4 New Look Maternity Grey Double Zip Front Jumper // 5 New Look Maternity Navy Broderie Panel Tea Dress // 6 New Look Maternity Black Tile Print Sleeveless Dress