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Advice From The A-List

Looking for preggo fashion advice from the cream of the fashion world crop? Check out "Advice From The A-List" here!


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Trimester One

TRIMESTER ONE: BLOATED ON THE BIAS

Slyly masking your newfound curves ain’t easy. Your goal? To simply not look fat.  Plan on getting through that pre-bump phase with the help of Camouflage Clothing: loosely fitting non-maternity garments with flowy fabrics, skillful draping and generous pleats. The right breezy silhouette plus heels and a few accessories will create an illusion of a waist and hide trimester one poundage. It will also detract nosy neighborhood gossips and water cooler snoops from tossing your name into the rumor mill.  




Trimester Two

TRIMESTER TWO: CHANNEL YOUR INNER FASHION EDITOR

It’s all about garment rotation, strategic layering and “super accessorizing” versatile basics to “work” for most occasions. This formula spotlights the fact  that “style” results from mixing and matching compelling accent pieces, not piling on expensive brand names.




Trimester Three

TRIMESTER THREE: LARGE AND IN CHARGE

Your large and in charge stature gives you the ability to do the unexpected. pregnancy is a golden opportunity to exit your comfort zone and bring your inner glamazon to life with statement accessories. Use them to create “looks” while, essentially, repeating the same couple of “uniforms” each week.




Trimester Four

TRIMESTER FOUR: LIGHTEN UP!

Camouflage clothing redux. Or, lighten up!


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