Yay! Spring is on it’s way! Or at least that’s what I like to think in mid January, counting the weeks till March. And for pregnant mummies it will make life a little easier: dressing without all those thick layers which makes you look and feel even more huge. I still like to look good and embrace my changing figure at the same time. For one, I don’t like to hide my bump. The Guardian had a thought provoking article the other day (Is ‘maternity wear’ becoming a thing of the past in fashion?) about how maternity wear is changing into something less obviously made for pregnant women: could be worn by anyone, pregnant or not. The thinking behind it is justifiable: save money on the clothes you’ll only wear for a short time. However, tramadol buy free where to buy tramadol shipping women do need to work and wear appropriate clothing right into the 3rd trimester (like me) and some of them, whilst finding a boxy and oversized item cute and different, definitely don’t want to wear them on a daily basis (like me). I was a teenager in the 90’s, that was enough thanks, no more checked flannel for me.
So here’s my wish list for the upcoming spring/summer season from my favourite maternity clothing makers, just a few nice items.
JoJo Maman Bebe
Navy Spot Maternity Dress • Embroidered Jersey Top • Short Sleeve Maternity Top • Breton Jumper
Ellison Maternity Shirt • Harris Maternity Cardigan • Sofia Maternity Top • Zadie Strech Maternity Skinny Jeans
Under The Bump Cigarette Jeans • Embellished Top • Print Ultimate Dress Over The Bump Denim Leggings
And some of them are also wearable post pregnancy. ?