Maternity Style Guide- For Plus-size With Fall Trends
Updated: Nov 8
It’s finally fall and here we are with cooler weather and a bun in the oven! This is my second pregnancy and the second time I've been pregnant during this lovely time of the year, and I wouldn’t have it any other way!
While being pregnant is an incredible journey, that shouldn't mean compromising on our personal style! Whether you're a first-time mom or a seasoned pro, it's important to feel confident and beautiful during this special time.
Maternity fashion has come a long way, offering an array of comfortable and fashionable options that cater to every mom-to-be. From stylish dresses and trendy tops to stretchy jeans and cozy loungewear, there's something for everyone. Embrace your changing body and dress it in fabrics that are soft, breathable, and stretchy - trust me, comfort is key!
Remember, maternity style is all about finding what makes you feel confident and fabulous. So, don't hesitate to experiment with colors, prints, and accessories that reflect your personal taste. Let's celebrate this special phase of our lives while embracing our fashion choices!
There are several comfortable and stylish clothing options for pregnant women to choose from. Here are a few ideas:
Maternity Leggings: Stretchy and supportive, maternity leggings are versatile and can be dressed up or down for various occasions. The cool thing about maternity leggings is that they feel just as good even in the postpartum stage!
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Maxi Dresses: Flow and loose-fitting maxi dresses are comfortable and provide ample room for a growing belly. Opt for lightweight fabrics like cotton or jersey for added comfort. *Style Tip*- Add your favorite leather jacket and boots to give it more of a boss feel!
Fitted/ Bodycon Dress: Fitted dress while pregnant will make you feel sexy and that you still got it! Although it accentuates the bump, it's a great based peice to layer up for cooler temps.
Maternity Jeans: Look for maternity jeans with a stretchy belly panel or adjustable waistband to accommodate your growing bump while providing support and comfort. *Style Tip* If you're not a fan of buying maternity clothes, especially jeans, try the trick of folding your favorite tank top and using it to cover the top of your jeans.
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Maternity Tunics: Longer length tops or tunics are great options that can be paired with leggings or skinny jeans. They offer coverage and comfort while still looking stylish.
Wrap Dresses: Wrap-style dresses have adjustable ties and can be worn throughout your pregnancy, easily adapting to your changing body shape. They are comfortable and flattering.
Oversized Sweaters: These loose-fitting tops provide comfort while keeping you warm and stylish during these colder months. Being pregnant I long to wear a pair of leggings, and nice soft tee, and an oversized cardigan! It's honestly the most comfortable thing to wear if you have to wear clothes! LOL
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Maternity Jumpsuits: Jumpsuits with stretchy fabrics and adjustable straps make for a stylish and comfortable outfit. They can be dressed up with accessories for special occasions or dressed down for casual outings.
Elastic Band Wide Leg Pants- These were my absolute favorite when I was pregnant with my first born. Of course it was drag to put on pants, I loved how they didn't cling to my legs and the elastic waistband it easy to go to the restroom! You also don't have to run to the maternity section for these. Just shop your favorite brand and go up a size.
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Maternity Bras and Underwear: Invest in comfortable and supportive maternity bras and underwear that will accommodate your changing body shape while providing the necessary support.
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Remember, comfort and personal preference are key during pregnancy. Choose clothing options that make you feel good and confident while adapting to your body's needs.
If this post helped you let me know in the comments below! Also, be sure to catch up with me daily on Instagram @fyijoycelynn! Until the next post, blessings!