Maternity Tip: Stylish, Comfortable Maternity Clothes for Work
After the first few months of pregnancy, you will begin to feel your clothes getting that little bit more restrictive. Whilst this is not so much of a problem when lounging around on the weekend, having options to look presentable at work becomes a little more challenging.
If like most workplaces, arriving to work in your partners oversized sweatpants and sweatshirt would raise the eyebrows of your colleagues, at this stage, it becomes increasingly important to find great maternity clothes for work that will be comfortable, professional, and stylish.
Maternity skirts with an elastic waistband are a great choice, as are low-rise maternity pants that sit just beneath your belly. By choosing a few maternity tops that will give you breathability and growing room, you will be able to maintain your stylish look throughout your pregnancy without the need to buy new maternity clothing every month. Heidi Klum’s signature pregnancy style revolved around wearing black, and she was seen wearing fitted trousers with an elastic waistband with a flowing black top and a black long line jacket. This is the perfect outfit to keep you looking gorgeous and professional at work, and it will be comfortable all day long!
For women that work in a more corporate or formal environment, you can consider buying a maternity suit to keep that professional image and flatter your pregnant body at the same time. If you can’t justify splurging on a maternity suit you can make some modifications to your wardrobe by purchasing items such as a maternity jacket in the early stages of pregnancy. Again, matched with the right maternity skirt or maternity pants and some nice shirts or tops you can continue looking the part as you stroll the hallways of your building.
So now that you have your work clothes organized, you may need to make some additions in the shoe department of your wardrobe.
Many women’s feet can expand during pregnancy, often as much as half a size or more. Adding to this is that your expanding tummy may cause a shift in your centre of gravity which could make wearing your favorite stiletto heels a little harder than normal.
Depending on how formal your workplace is, a suitable solution might be to put your heels to the back of your wardrobe for the ensuing period and change to shoes with a lower, more stable heel or move away from heels altogether and into the safety and comfort of a pair of flats.
You can find a lot of great maternity clothes online to keep you looking stylish and professional at work. There are also many blogs, fashion “how-to” articles and of course some great maternity stores that will help you keep the look throughout your pregnancy that your work environment demands.
Kate Grumont - About Author:
The author of this article has expertise in maternity clothes. The articles on maternity wear reveals the author’s knowledge on the same. The author has written many articles on pregnancy clothing, maternity dresses as well.
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