maternity style for spring

How to dress the bump this spring

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Most of us lucky ladies have a pregnancy that spans a few seasons with vastly different temperatures. There are always a few times you just have to put down the leggings and dress it up a bit. I am here to tell you that fashionable maternity clothes do not have to be uncomfortable, or hideous. This is my third pregnancy, and I have been in love with PinkBlush maternity every since I came across them. From incredible floral dresses that are perfect for your shower, to everyday pieces that make you feel like you comfortably stylish they truly have it all. I am excited to show you some of my favorite looks that are available right now.

maternity fashion for spring

The right shirts hug your bump

This Mocha Striped Lace Neckline Top is so chic and comfortable. When I ordered it I was thinking it was going to be regular t-shirt cotton – not so, my friends! It has just the right amount of spandex to hug your bump the way you want and it stays relatively wrinkle free after a full day of shopping and hauling your other toddler around. I love that it pairs well with a great pair of dark or white denim.

PinkBlush baby shower dress

Make a statement with a floral dress

Do you have that baby shower dress picked out yet? If not then head on over to PinkBlush and check out this Taupe Floral Maxi Wrap dress. So many things about this dress just called to me. For starters nothing is more flattering (in my opinion) on a pregnant gal, than a wrap dress. It gives you excellent shape, without looking like you put on a potato sack. The beautiful floral print is so on trend and feminine. I also appreciated the ¾ length sleeves. This way I am not struggling to find a sweater to throw on in case it gets chilly at an outdoor soiree.  Another great thing about this dress is that you can wear it post pregnancy. It is perfect for nursing with the wrap style top. Talk about a double duty – how many dresses do you own that you can nurse in? This was a huge struggle for me after I had my first.

Dress for date night without sacrificing comfort

Looking for something that you can easily transition from day to night? The Ivory Solid Lace Accent Top is the perfect answer. Hit up the Tulip festival while pairing it with a great pair of olive pants then seamlessly transition to dinner by throwing on a kimono or blaser and a pair of wedges. This is another one of those tops made out of material that must come from angels. It stretches so perfectly while still giving your bump room to breathe, and it keeps the wrinkles at bay.  Did I mention this piece also comes in black? Say hello to your date night staple.

Pink Blush Maternity

A versatile kimono completes any spring outfit

Speaking of Kimonos, check out the Pink Tribal Sleeve Embroidered Trim Maternity Kimono. I love the versatility of this piece. You can throw it over a plain tee for a casual, boho-chic look or dress it up by throwing it on over a t-shirt dress. It completely gives you the ability to dress it up or down. Kimonos are such a fun way to add a little pizazz to what might be a plain outfit.

If you are looking for some fun pieces to add to your spring wardrobe, check out PinkBlush Maternity. From pregnancy to postpartum you’re sure to find something comfortably and totally stylish. You can also score 15% off your wardrobe refresh with the code SHOPWITH15 Thursday through Saturday!

What was your favorite maternity fashion purchase?

Disclosure: PinkBlush Maternity sponsored this post. All opinions are my own.

Meet the Author | Halley Meadows

Halley is a mother of two girls with baby boy joining the bunch in Spring of 2018. She is a lover of all things mom and baby and an even bigger fan of online shopping and design. Never able to sit very still, she loves to spend time with her favorite littles, while still keeping up on the latest and greatest in new products and trends. She drinks too much coffee, can never resist a new lipstick, and is always looking forward to the next beach trip. She lives outside of Washington DC with the kids, her husband, Dog Duke and Ted the cat.

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