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Bumpwatch: Winter Dressing for Pregnancy

January 17, 2014

Ask The Stylist, Daily Digest

Bumpwatch: Winter Dressing for Pregnancy

maternity-clothes

 

Pictured: Ugg boot, Gap long length t-shirts, Jojomamanbebe 4-Way Maternity Cardigan, Beret Dunnes Stores, parka coat Topshop

Several of my friends are expecting at the moment and with my own pregnancy experience last winter I’m back to give some tips on dressing with your bump.

I realised something last winter when I was pregnant – it’s more difficult to kit out your wardrobe for a winter pregnancy.

In the summer a maxi dress goes along way but for the winter mummies-to-be there is all the layering to consider, including a warm coat. Long line tops are a must-have, not just for covering up your bump but for keeping that chill from running up your back. With potential snow on the cards this year you will definitely need to wrap yourself and your bump up!

I had a little scout around the shops and came up with some essential winter pieces to keep you cosy and comfy while still trying to look ‘blooming’ stylish!

Knitwear

As I am a cold creature I had to make sure I had some knitwear to get me through the winter. Layer up with a vest worn with a top underneath for those really chilly days.

4-Way Maternity Cardigan (pictured above centre) £39 online on Jojomamanbebe or check out their maternity range in the new Jojomamanbebe shop on Wicklow St, Dublin 2.

sweater

Topshop sweater

Topshop Sweater, £20 . Inject a bit of embellishment into your wardrobe with this jumper.

Coats/Jackets

There comes a point in your pregnancy when your regular coats and jackets just don’t close anymore and keeping one button closed at the top just doesn’t cut it in this cold weather. If you happen to own a cape or poncho it’s a great style to get you through the pregnancy. If not, here’s a casual style parka from Topshop (pictured main image) and then a dressier coat option from ASOS

Casual parka coat, Topshop (pictured main image)

peacoat

Asos peacoat €50

Dressier coat option from Asos Maternity , £50

Jeans and Leggings

Maternity leggings asos

Maternity leggings asos

Leggings are one of the pregnancy wardrobe essentials and although by the end most of us are sick of wearing them, they are still a really comfy option. Here is a cord style I really like in burgundy from ASOS.

Maternity Jeans

Gap jeans have both the demi-panel and full-panel option in their skinnies and bootcut jeans. Their jeans are a good fit, are comfortable and will get you all the way through.

Long vests and tops

Longline vests are great to keep you warm and your bump covered. Pop one under any top for the practical, layered look. Gap do the best long length t-shirts (pictured main image, bottom left).

Comfy boots

They are pretty expensive and to be honest I am not a fan of the original style but I have to say the Ugg biker boots are the warmest and comfiest pair of boots I have. When I put my tired pregnant feet into them last year I instantly had to take them home with me!

Here’s one of the new styles for this season, €285  in Arnotts or Schuh, (pictured main image).

Hats and scarves

I am a big fan of hats and scarves in winter or summer (see my tips on ways to wear a scarf) . Here are two great styles

Beret, Dunnes Stores €10, (pictured main image).

Scarf, Dunnes Stores, €8

Pyjamas

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Maternity pyjamas New Look

When you get home from a long day (whether pregnant or not) it’s nice to get changed into some comfy PJ’s.  Although you don’t necessarily need maternity pyjamas (you can just buy a bigger size than normal from a regular range), this pair from New Look look really comfy, don’t they?

Style tip: If you have friends or family who have had a baby, raid their wardrobe to see what you can borrow and then shop to fill the gaps. You can then pass on your collection to the next lucky lady.

Happy New Year to all the new mums-to-be !

–    Ann-Marie Proudfoot

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