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Flaunt that bump

Are you past the “I just look bloated” phase and into "I'm definitely pregnant"? Here are a few tips for dressing to flatter your new curves.
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Forget the oversized shirts and dresses and buy clothes that are made to fit your pregnant body. Look for tops made of pregnancy-friendly fabrics that will gently hug your growing bump while allowing plenty of room for growth. Features such as tie backs or side shirring also help ensure your top will flatter you throughout your pregnancy.

Tops or dresses that include a gathered hem below your belly bump are always flattering to pregnant women. This type of dress or top will give your body some form and show off your curves, while also being comfortable.

One look we love that is comfortable and stylish is pairing a bump-hugging top with a long skirt made of soft fabric, like jersey material. You can also pair a bump-hugging wrap top with your favorite pair of jeans and knee-high boots for an always-trendy look.

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    Rated 0 out of 5 by I'm 8 months and I don't like showing because it gets annoying when people ask if I'm having twins because I'm not having twins August 7, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by Hey, it is perfectly okay not to want to show off, but don't let feeling like a whale slow you down from looking nice. Show off that pregnant belly- in a good way! Not that, I'm too lazy to buy bigger shirts way, though... =/ July 29, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by While most of the time it feels better to just lounge around in our sweats when pregnant I will say that it feels great to just dress up, even if it's just to get the mail! It's not like we're dressing up for anyone else, it's just to help ourselves feel more beautiful and secure. So I say however you feel when you wake up go with it, don't cave to our society's peer pressure. Our bump is our best accessory anyways and everyone else is just jealous ;) July 16, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by I don't see why being stylish when you are pregnant is important unless you are of a high socioeconomic class you should be focusing your money on preparations for your new child and the future. July 8, 2014
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