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Expecting a baby for the first time or the even the 3rd time is one of the most exciting times in a woman’s life, but there are drawbacks. Sleeping, eating and even getting dressed in the morning suddenly aren’t as simple as they once were. Let’s tackle matters of styling the baby bump to make your life easier. Here are 4 tips for moms to consider when she’s pregnant.
1. Wear Whatever You Want
This is the first tip because it’s an absolutely essential part of being confident and owning your style pregnant or not. Lose the idea that being pregnant means you are pigeonholed to the frumpy-girl selection in the maternity department because it’s just not true. There are tons of styles that look just as great on pregnant bellies as they do on everyone else. What’s important is that you feel good. If something is too constricting or just down right uncomfortable save it for after your delivery.
2. Embrace A-Line and Baby Doll Dresses (Photo Source: Top B to C)
These shapes are flattering on just about all body types, but they simply tailormade for expecting mamas like you! Don’t pass up this golden opportunity to style your bump in a baby doll dress. If you are not quite ready to show off your bump, A-line dresses can tone it down a little. After 5 months or so, this trick may wear off.
3. Keep it Simple (Photo Source: InStyle)
If you are naturally a minimalist, this tip may be easy to incorporate into your pregnancy wardrobe. If you are someone who loves to layer and doesn’t believe in the understated hoopla, you may not be crazy about this tip, but there are great benefits to keeping it simple during your 2nd and 3rd trimester. You can get up and go when your outfit is built around a center piece rather than fussy separates. Your frequent bathroom breaks are simpler. You’ll also feel less weighed down by multiple layers which gives you peace of mind. Don’t worry fashionista mommies, it is possible to incorporate a bit of flare in your outfits through prints or with accessories. Which brings us to our next point.
4. Focus on the Accessories (Photo Source: Modg Blog)
The last thing you want to feel when pregnant is feel bogged down by heavy layers of clothing. Your accessories can be just as impactful on your look as that 10 button cardigan or that multi-buckle belt you usually opt for. Find statement jewelry pieces and bags that speak to your personal style.
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Written by Jennifer Cicci of Babee Talk
As a mother, Jennifer understands the importance of offering nothing by the best for baby. Motivated by teeth marks on her children’s cribs, she decided to design a teething rail cover after trying products that didn’t measure up when it came to quality or style. What she found out made her even more concerned about children’s safety and health: The toxic chemicals used in the production of synthetic materials have been linked to birth defects, reproductive disorders, and weakened immune systems.
She asked herself, “What if I could revolutionize the way parents decorated their crib with a safe and stylish teething rail cover that could be placed on the crib from day one?” Babee Talk® launched in 2014 with organic bedding and accessories. Chew-friendly, drool-friendly, and organic inside and out, her products ensure a healthy start in life for babies.
She only offers products that she would provide for her own children. She hopes moms and dads will start to talk about the importance of choosing safe, healthy, eco-friendly products, especially for babies.
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