Maternity Clothing Must Haves


Maternity JeansI know I already mentioned the Half and full panel maternity pants. Both these pairs are from Old Navy.

Sheer Open Cardigan I loved having this cardigan to throw over short sleeved tops. I liked that it was light weight and in a neutral color. Additionally. I appreciated the loose, boxy fit. Typically I am drawn to sweaters with more “layers” in the front to give them some interest. However, with my large belly I could not pull off that style anymore.

Basil Printblock Ballet Flats These flats have seriously been my jam lately. They are super comfy and are so easy to throw on with everything.

Printed Tops I seriously love this top so much. It’s nice to have some looser fitting, printed tops in your arsenal. I enjoy that this top is made of a silky material instead of cotton. It makes for a nice chase when I want to feel slightly more dressed up.

Scarves so I have been pairing scarves with my solid tees like its my job. I am obsessed with scarves. Also I have read a lot about how great they are as nursing covers once baby is born. Who doesn’t love something that can play double duty! I don’t have these four scarves but I am lusting after them- Mother’s Day is coming up, I qualify for that now, right?!

Since stylish maternity clothing can be so hard to find I have had the best luck at purchasing non-maternity pieces (except for jeans, obviously). I get most tees from Target (let’s be honest, I get most everything from Target). But, I have had great luck with Old Navy and Loft as well. Loft has had great pieces that are looser fitting, as well as ones with a bubble/draw-string bottom. This has been supremely helpful for an ever expanding belly.