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4 comments / Posted by Vivien Chong

Few things are as lyrically powerful as an expectant mother. Pregnant women are a life-bearing force of nature. However as the growing bump peeks out through button-down shirts and slides across the waistline of your skirt through passing weeks, it no longer becomes a secret from the first trimester. Facing the closet every morning for something to wear suddenly becomes a challenge, moods would shift from confusion to terror; I have nothing to wear!

Pregnancy does not mean abandoning your personal style in order to adapt to your growing bump. You don’t have to fall victim to the dreaded maternity dress. It just requires a little imagination and a whole lot of confidence to dress that bump, whether you’re carrying high or low, small or big.

Here are some inspirations to help you get over the hurdle of dressing through your pregnancy through these casual-chic looks accompanied with comfort and style:

 

1. Stretchy fabrics that flow over your belly, hips and thighs provide a silhouette that shows off your shape, such as the Ovidio Dress and the Shelbie Dress. The dresses accentuate the beauty of your bump without making you look larger.

Pei Woon (left) 8 months pregnant, wearing the Ovidio Dress in Grey, size XS; Reesa (right) 5 months pregnant, wearing the Ovidio Dress in Black, size L.

Pei Woon (left) 8 months pregnant, wearing the Shelbie Dress, size XS; Reesa (right) 5 months pregnant, wearing the Shelbie Dress, size M.

 

2. The black Zelia Top paired with black Ibbie Culottes provide a look composed of a cool, relaxed, effortless day-to-night look.

Reesa, 5 months pregnant, wearing the Zelia Top in Black, size L and the Ibbie Culottes Black, size L.

 

3. For women who embrace colour, the Fronna Skirt is a more colourful option. Paired together with the Cybele Top, the cross-split hemline leaves room for the baby to grow. 

Pei Woon, 8 months pregnant, wearing the Cybele Top in White, size S and the Fronna Skirt, size M.

 

4. Statement pieces help draw the eye to your bump, and portrays an air of confidence. The Marcella Dress adds an edge to your bump for subtle strength.

Reesa, 5 months pregnant, wearing the Marcella Dress, size L.

 

5. The Dexie Dress and the Penelope Dress have an empire waistline, allowing your baby bump to grow from your first trimester into your third trimester with the advantage of being able to wear the dresses post-pregnancy. The longer length of the Penelope Dress will help you through the months when your baby bump grows larger and your skirt gets shorter.

Pei Woon (left), 8 months pregnant, wearing the Dexie Dress in Black, size S; Reesa (right), 5 months pregnant wearing the Penelope Dress in Grey, size M.

Reesa (left), 5 months pregnant wearing the Penelope Dress in Grey, size M; Sherlyn (center) wearing the Zelia Top in Black, the Ibbie Culottes in Black; Pei Woon (right), 8 months pregnant wearing the Dexie Dress in Black, Size S.

Comments

  • Posted On September 03, 2015 by Twenty3

    Hi Yuchelia,

    Our clothes comes in a variety of sizes and different measurements for each piece which are stated on the website. Hope you find something that suits you.

  • Posted On September 03, 2015 by yuchelia

    These dresses comes in a bigger size? What is the biggest size? Thank you.

  • Posted On September 01, 2015 by Twenty3

    Hi Eunice, they are actually not maternity clothing but can be worn as such. It’s all about being creative when it comes to dressing your baby bump and not limiting yourself to the maternity category. Hope you find something that suits you in our website.

  • Posted On August 28, 2015 by eunice lee

    Are all these maternity clothing available in shop now? You have more selction that what shown on website?

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