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6 spring fashion trends and how to wear them during pregnancy.

Pregnancy is not a time to retire your fashion sensibilities. Sure, you need to work around your changing body and accommodate your growing belly, but there is no reason why you shouldn’t look your best and keep up with the season’s top fashion trends. This is your time to shine, feel amazing and embrace your new shape.

Here’s the top fashion trends for Spring ‘15 and how to wear them, bump in check.

Bohemian pregnancy style

Bohemian.
1. Asos floral placement print maxi dress, $111 // 2. Asos digital print maxi dress, $101 // 3. Asos floral jumpsuit, $66

 

Neutral trends for pregnancy

Pale neutrals and whites.
1. Asos nude scuba dress, $52 // 2. Splendid cotton maxi dress, $220 // 3. Isabella Oliver tunic, $95

 

Utility trends for pregnancy

Utlity.
1. H&M utility shirt, $34.95 // 2. Isabella Oliver Eldon midi dress, $155 // 3. H&M parka, $39.95

 

Denim trends for pregnancy

Denim.
1. Alexa Chung x AG denim dress, $288 // 2. H&M Maternity boyfriend jeans, $49.95  // 3. Isabella Oliver Ansley chambray shirt, $159

 

Leather trends for pregnancy

Leather/suede.
1. Isabella Oliver leather pencil skirt, $569  // 2. Asos faux leather skater dress, $134 // 3. Isabella Oliver leather leggings, $435

 

Floral maternity dress

Floral.
1. Asos scuba dress, $83 // 2. Asos floral swing dress, $41.50 // 3. Asos floral bodycon dress, $68

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Jenny Greenstein

Jenny Greenstein

JENNY GREENSTEIN is Well Rounded's Fashion Editor. She is a NYC-based personal stylist, and founder of Your Soul Style: a platform where style meets mindfulness. Through Style Coaching, Closet Cleanses and Personal Styling/Shopping sessions, she works with women ranging in age/experience but specializes in the motherhood space, supporting mamas and mamas-to-be navigate personal style during this beautiful (and complicated) time. As a mama herself, Jenny strongly believes that confident style emerges from within, and we owe it to ourselves as women and mothers to live in that empowered space. Stay connected with her via Instagram.

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