Todays’ post is another one in the series of maternity outfit posts that I intend to feature over the coming weeks. Maternity dressing needs to be comfy not frumpy. It took me a good few months to understand that. I will not deny the fact that dressing up has been very challenging, specially during the early months when you are neither here nor there. During these months I was totally dependent on my lovely cotton scarves. When you don’t want the world to know about your good news, then scarves are your go-to dressing option.
This year it is all about the camel coat. Fashion bloggers are loving it. I am so resisting the temptation to buy one. Don’t want to buy something, which I won’t be able to wear next year. So I raided my closet and found something similar. I bought this camel colour coat from Asos few years back and wore it almost every autumn. This year is was a bit different because this time I was unable to button it. My lovely scarf collection came to my rescue. During my first and second trimester, I wore this coat a lot and styled it differently with different scarves. In today’s post I have featured my favorite look. A leopard print scarf and camel print coat is an ideal combination and you can never go wrong with it.
Scarves are a must have piece of clothing in your maternity wardrobe. They look elegant and can transform any dull outfit. For the warmer seasons, play with lightweight cotton scarves and for the colder months, try draping on the heavy woolen scarves. Don’t worry about draping it right – just wrap it around and you are ready to go.
Here are the details from my outfit. I have also suggested a few winter scarfs for you to try this season. I hope you like them.
Outfit Details | Coat – Asos | Shoes – Clarks | Ring & Scarf – Own personal collection | Jeans – Topshop
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Scarf are fabulous aren’t they so easy to accessorise with and great way of dressing up your bump. Good luck with your pregnancy.
Angela – Garden Tea Cakes and Me
Love the coat and the scarf completely hides your bump, though I’m sure you would still look lovely with your bump on show. Suppose it stops all the strangers who feel they have a right to grope a pregnant woman’s tummy though! xxx