Making the maternity clothing transition can be hard for some women. I admit this pregnancy was the worse for me – it had been my longest time between pregnancies and I had built a great wardrobe of basic pieces that I could mix and match. I also change sizes significantly when I’m pregnant, so this time around I really wanted to be smart and find maternity clothing that would work with me throughout my growing baby bump and could be mixed and matched in my wardrobe for now and existing years to great a workable wardrobe even while pregnant. Last week I mentioned Soon Maternity and their Striped Tank Top.. today I want to share two more maternity pieces that can work for the stay at home mom, work at home mom and the work out of the home gal.
When shopping Soon Maternity for maternity clothing I was immediately drawn to a best seller (for a reason) – the Hoolihan Cargo Skinny Pant. I love olive shorts, pants, skirts.. you name it. It’s a versatile color that you can mix into your wardrobe to create classic trendy looks. The Hollihan Cargo Skinny Pant has a wait that sits below your belly button and tends to run just a bit tighter in the thighs. They look great worn long or, perfect if you want to roll them up just a bit (like I do all my skinny jeans in summer.) Here I’m pairing them with a basic black tank top, strappy sandals and accessories. Here I took the Hoolihan Cargo Skinny Pant and paired them with a pair of wedges and a black and cream striped tank top. Great look for summer for many occasions and these will last you through all your trimesters. These are also available in black, I’m wearing the khaki. If you’re looking for something different to add to your maternity clothing, don’t underestimate a great pair of skinny olive cargo pants. As I shared in the very first photo.. this gorgeous Lyla Ruched Print Maternity Dress from Soon Maternity is fantastic in the Blue Petal (currently on sale) – or in any of the five colors/prints available for any dressy occasion you might be attending for spring, summer, or fall.
This dress is incredibly flattering, it hugs your body, but not in an immodest way. Ruched details on the sides and a comfortable fit, you’ll not only look great, but feel great in this dress.
What types of maternity clothing are you looking for? I’d love to help you build your maternity wardrobe, around basics and pieces that can take you through your entire pregnancy and future pregnancies as well.
Some samples were provided, all opinions are my own.