Pregnancy is said to be the hardest and most special time period in any woman’s life. One of the toughest parts of pregnancy besides swollen ankles, morning sickness, and out of control hormones has got how to look stylish yet wearing comfortable dresses.
With your body undergoing a lot of changes every day, it’s really difficult to keep an eye on trends and adopting new fashions as you used to be in past. In Pakistan, showing your baby bump is almost taboo so pregnant women avoid going outside or wrap themselves into chadars. But this is the time to accept your body shape, ladies!
Since pregnancy became all the rage in Hollywood so famous stars like Jennifer lopez mothers-to-be hve been feeling a lot of pressures to look good and stylish in their pregnancy days. Stars’ pregnancies all over the world have given birth to a new line of fashion – mom to be’s!
The term doesn’t mean the ladies came back to their normal shapes after five mins of delivery; instead this thought tries to find out means for pregnant women to look and feel ‘good’ at the same time. Lets take a look at some of the best examples:
The long flowy trend in our dresses works best for pregnant ladies. Most women look good in slightly loose tunics paired with skinny jeans and leggings. For those of you who prefer eastern wear, can wear the same with churidars. This style helps you cover the baby bump while looking chic. Always remember not to wear wide pants with a loose top this will make you look like a tent. If you’re going to choose wide pants, then prefer a rather structured top with pleats. Stores like Mothercare and Bareeze offer a wide range of maternity wear.
Anarkali frock becomes the best choice for an eastern wear for a pregnant lady. An anarkali works whether you want a casual look or a formal one. The loose flowy silhouette gives you space to breathe while looking trendy. Remember to stick yourself with a churidar to keep your shape and trend hand in hand. At the end, remember not to follow the trends blindly; instead focus on your comfort; the glow of pregnancy will take the rest.