The Chic Pregnant Mommy

The Chic Pregnat Mommy-
From the desk of Payal Shankar


Maternity Brands have changed the entire scenario how a woman presents and feels about her 9 months of pregnancy. Some iconic women have made maternity fashion so chic that you actually want to get pregnant just to look like that celebrity. Of course, their fitness levels are also very high for them to actually sport some sexy maternity attire.

Kim Kardashian touted as a fashion Icon kept up with her style statement even whilst she was pregnant. She wore some great outfits, looked stunning and also made some fashion faux pas. However, she stole the show with her Jeans. They looked super cool on her and she flaunted her assets in all their glory. You can buy J Brand jeans online from

Kate Middleton continued to navigate pregnancy style like a pro. Playing host for the Place2be Awards at Kensington Palace, she mixed high street and high-end to flawless effect in a sheer-sleeve Hobbs top and flared satin Jenny Packham.

The Princess of Wales

The Princess of Wales

Here are my favourite international maternity brands:

➢ Top Shop:- Mums-to-be don’t need to scrimp on style with their maternity clothing. From essential wardrobe basics to the latest trends and bump-friendly jeans, Top Shop gives you ample choice varying from Maternity Dresses, Maternity Tops, Maternity Jackets and Knitwear. You could even go stylish with Maternity Skirts & Trousers,Maternity Swimwear, Lingerie and Nightwear.
➢ Gap Maternity:- The best brand for all the basics you would need during your maternity. Whether you want solid tees, work attire, gym wear or even your basic denims Gap Maternity is the answer to all your wardrobe woes.
➢ Rosie Pope:- She would make you feel good about your steadily fluctuating weight and body changes. You can accentuate your best features whether it’s your legs, sleek shoulders or your newly acquired cleavage.
➢ A Pea in the Pod:- If you have the dough start collecting your maternity wardrobe in style. Their signature style is the drool worthy denims.
➢ ASOS:- If you are on a budget maternity shopping then check this brand out. They have good variation right from bathing suits to maxis and loose tops. There is no guarantee on quality so that’s a risk you will have to take.
➢ Hatch:- This brand helps you carry your wardrobe post pregnancy too. It’s also easy on the pocket because if you can splurge on the right stuff it will be a win-win situation.
➢ Old Navy:- A budget yet glamorous brand for Mom’s to be. Show off your bump in comfort with the bright and colourful maxis and dresses. You can dress up for work, a girlie lunch or a shopping spree with equal ease and style. Old Navy’s collection of jerseys, sweaters, smock dresses etc keeps you in sync with style and comfort.


H&M:- Just for being cheap and trendy,this brand deserves a mention. They keep abreast with the latest fashion so you end up feel great all your 9 months of pregnancy.
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Hope this was helpful. In the meanwhile do write in to me and yes, if there are any mums out there who are looking for advise on styling, wardrobe, make up, time management or any other new mum issues 🙂 you can get in touch with me at the following coordinates 🙂

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3 responses to “The Chic Pregnant Mommy

  1. Just because a women is expecting doesn’t mean she has to sacrifice style–nice comprehensive list of where to buy maternity staples!

    I would also add that Seraphine and Isabella Oliver are some maternity brands worth checking out.


    • Thank You Sabrina for your feedback.
      I remember feeling absolutely gorgeous during my maternity as I did not compromise on looking presentable.
      Will definitely check out the brands you have mentioned.

      Stay Fab and Keep Scribbling! 😀

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