October 13, 2014

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Expectant dressing from the fashion experts

Prints, colour, accessories. The style crowd know how to pull together an eye-catching look, and pregnancy is no exception. With some of our favourite fashion influencers currently expecting, we take a look at the best street style looks of the spring summer 2015 shows. Sartorial inspiration guaranteed.
Eva Chen and Yasmin Sewell
THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT 
Micro or midi? Eva Chen and Yasmin Sewell prove that you can have it both ways, and whatever length your hemline, the best accessory when expecting is a smile. 
Miroslava Duma
SKIRTING THE ISSUE
Yes, you can wear a fitted pencil skirt when pregnant. Just style it above your bump and team it with a sharp cover-up like Miroslava Duma.

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BUTTONED UP
Yasmin Sewell knows that a shirt dress is the answer to effortless style when expecting. Worn with a streamlined cover-up, it is polished but oh-so-comfortable.

Miroslava Duma Maxi

MAX OUT
A voluminous, floor-sweeping dress balances a bump and provides maximum coverage. Every woman needs one in her expectant wardrobe.

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PERFECT PAIRING
Black and white is forever chic. Be inspired by Miroslava Duma and turn to Alexander Wang’s minimalist shift for a timeless look when expecting.
Natasha Goldenberg
IN THE MIX
Natasha Goldenberg has stayed true to her eclectic style throughout her second pregnancy, clashing colours and prints to eye-catching effect. Mary Katrantzou’s graphic dress perfectly captures her bold look.

Pregnant Sports
COOL RUNNINGS
A lesson in how to work a sports luxe vibe when pregnant: opt for slimming stripes and stretch fabrics. With athletic-inspired silhouettes looming large over fashion right now, this look has legs.

Natasha Goldenburg Pregnant
PATTERN PLAY
Pregnancy is the perfect time to have fun with print. An oversized pattern suits a blossoming bump as Natasha Goldenberg’s painted trench attests.

Eva Chen Pregnant
CINCH IT
Take your styling cues from Editor-in-Chief of Lucky magazine Eva Chen and add definition to a floaty dress by knotting a belt above your bump.
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