Fall Maternity Style: How to Stay Comfy & Warm
Maternity clothing that is functional, comfy, and also stylish can sometimes be hard to find. Here is a round-up of some fall favorites that are sure to keep you comfortable while staying on-trend this fall season.
Leggings are less likely to stretch out with wear compared to denim, so won’t have to constantly be pulling them up. They are soft, stretchy, and with a high waistband a pregnant woman’s dream. These maternity leggings from H&M are the perfect, affordable pair of classic black leggings you’ve needed this pregnancy.
One of the few articles of clothing from a pregnant women closet that she can continue to wear as-is is the cardigan. Open-front cardigans mean your stomach isn’t meant to be covered, so keep all of your regular cardigans in your closet because you’ll love being able to fit into something non-maternity during your third trimester. Pair this cute cardigan from Target with some leggings, boots, and a scarf and you’ve got the perfect comfy, on-trend fall outfit.
Shoes are my personal favorite thing to shop for because no matter what size I am, my shoe size stays the same. It’s a beautiful sentiment, right? If you’re pregnant this season, you’re extra lucky because wide-calf boots are in. Swollen ankles and calves can be covered and actually fit into a shoe because of this trend, and BONUS! You can keep wearing them after baby comes! I’m loving these wide-calf boots from Maurices, and they come in 3 different colors!
Has anyone else noticed that Walmart has really stepped up their clothing game lately? And with Walmart’s prices, I’m thrilled to see some super cute and trendy products I’d actually wear. This blanket scarf, for example, is the perfect fall accessory for pregnant women. It will keep you warm and give you some coverage, and that plaid is on-point for the fall season.
First of all, I love this jacket because it’s fun to say “quilted puffer.” Second of all, I would wear this pregnant or not. Black is always the right color choice, and the lightweight, quilted texture with the long length makes it the perfect transitional piece from fall into winter. You can snag this winner from Kohl’s.
Arguably better than the leggings trend is the new joggers trend. The loose legs, elastic waistband, and cuffed ankles make it the perfect lounge pants. I really love these soft jersey joggers from H&M with the under belly band.
Another staple to dress up or down, a maxi dress (or several maxi dresses, why not?) is perfect for your fall maternity wardrobe. I am in love with the floral print on this long-sleeved maxi from Pink Blush Maternity. This navy vintage floral maxi from Pink Blush maternity can also be worn as a nursing dress, so it’s basically like buying two dresses for one.
The return of the cargo vest and jacket make fashion easily attainable for pregnant women. I love the cinched waist on this olive cargo maternity vest from Pink Blush Maternity, but honestly, I usually wear my vests open so you could easily wear your regular cargo vests throughout your pregnancy and pull it off.
What are your must-have fall maternity pieces?
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