I fell in love with the delicate Victorian collar on this dress and had to have it even if it isn’t the most Summer-ready of dresses. It turns out the turtle neck and long sleeves was perfect for the (much-needed) rainy weather we’ve been having in LA lately. It’s one of the few actual maternity dresses I’ve purchased during this pregnancy as I’ve been trying to keep my maternity wardrobe rather lean and opt for options I can wear now and later. Here’s a look back at the three maternity dresses that made the cut:
Floral maternity maxi – Great for wedding season. Prints are great to incorporate in to your maternity wardrobe because they make a big impact and emphasize that growing bump starting conversations wherever you go.
Grey Ingrid and Isabel dress – The maternity wardrobe essential. It’s flattering, versatile and won’t break the bank. I size up in these dresses as they are a bit on the tight side.
Isabella Oliver T-Shirt dress – Luxurious basics. Her uber-flattering dresses are absolute classics. The jersey has a lot of stretch so I took my regular size and find the fit is comfortable and at every stage.
Now I’ve added this one which I think will be great for a few social gatherings before Baby Boy’s arrival. T – 5 weeks until we get to meet him (if all goes as planned)!
Wearing: TopShop Maternity dress (love this non-maternity dress too) / 434 5th pumps (black and white ones on sale for less than $30) also love these metallic ones under $50!) / earrings via Rocksbox (use code BethannBFF to get your 1st month free!) / Karen Walker sunnies / Reiss clutch / MAC Tropic Tonic lips)