Dressing for Pregnancy: Top 10 Maternity Clothes Tips

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by Erin Dower

If you're new to dressing for two, the world of maternity clothes might be somewhat of a mystery. Learn what styles look great with your growing baby bump and what pieces to invest in for a cute and comfortable pregnancy. You have a stylish nine months ahead!

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A-Line Shirts and Dresses


There's a reason why so many women (pregnant or not) reach for A-line or empire-waist shirts and dresses: they flow away from the tummy. This cute and comfortable style has a seam right under the bust so that there's plenty of room for an expanding midsection. It's an economical choice because one piece may fit you for most of your pregnancy. Hold onto A-line tops and dresses after giving birth because you'll probably still wear them while you're carrying some baby weight.

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