THE PERFECT DRESSES FOR MUMMA'S-TO-BE
Posted: Dec 07 2016
Over the past month we have been asked by lots of expecting mums what we would recommend from our collection for their upcoming event. We figured there are probably lots more new mums out there who would love to know what style will suit their rapidly changing bodies and so, here they are! There is something for each stage of your pregnancy, including those dresses we would recommend for the months following the birth.
KEEPING THE SECRET
Lots of expectant mothers will ask us to recommend a dress that will help conceal their baby bump. Most of the time this is because they have only just found out they are pregnant or it can also be because their stomachs haven't quite popped and wearing a tight fitting dress only makes you look "full" as oppose to pregnant.
Here are out top picks for keeping your secret safe:
Each of these dresses will help to conceal your stomach without the need to wear a sack! Each of them are also comfortable to wear and will allow you to sit and stand comfortably in the dress.
Nikki of States of Style wearing our Thurley 'Fiesta Dress' during her pregnancy.
If your baby bump is well and truly visible, then we think the best thing to do is show it off! Here are dresses that will flatter your new body shape and also ensure you are comfortable over the course of the evening. Many expectant mothers find they are bigger by the end of the day than they were at the beginning so these dresses will move with you.
Kate Waterhouse wears the Lover 'Braided Flip Dress' and By Johnny 'Box Jet Dress'
ABOUT TO POP!
Feeling as though you might pop any minute now? These dresses offer lots of stretch so you will be able to fit your growing belly in and still make the cut for best-dressed in the room.
Sophie of The Young Mummy wears our Pasduchas 'Vice Shoulder Midi' and Thurley 'Bianca Dress'
Dressing for events in the months after giving birth can be just as tricky as during your pregnancy. Many of our new mums look for outfits that will provide some coverage across the stomach as well as the option to wear a bra whilst still breast feeding. These are out top picks!