There are some pieces in your closet you just can't stop wearing. They fit great, work well with your body type, and are a super versatile color. This maternity dress is just that for me. Right now I can't get enough of it. Because it's a simple design and pretty neutral color, here are a few different ways to style the same maternity dress. That way you can wear it grocery shopping with your kids, to lunch with your girlfriends, and to dinner with your man all in one week. Lets break down each of the three looks...
LOOK 1: CASUAL
DRESS: ISABELLA AND OLIVIA | JACKET: NORDSTROM | SHOES: CHUCK TAYLOR | HAT: J.CREW (NO LONGER AVAILABLE, SIMILAR HATS HERE AND HERE), BAG: SIMILAR
A dress with Chucks is one of my favorite of all the momiforms. Especially being pregnant. Dresses are so much more comfortable and less constricting. But just the dress and Chucks can look a bit disconnected, so a simple baseball hat, jean jacket, and tote bag balance the casual pieces with the dress.
LOOK 2: BOHO
DRESS: ISABELLA AND OLIVIA | KIMONO: TARGET | BOOTS: SOLE SOCIETY | NECKLACE: BAUBLEBAR | SUNGLASSES: URBAN OUTFITTERS | BAG: NORDSTROM
Kimonos are another one of my go-to pregnancy pieces. A form fitting dress with a loose kimono really compliment each other and look effortlessly chic. Ankle boots tie in the kimono's boho vibe for a complete look.
LOOK 3: DATE NIGHT
DRESS: ISABELLA AND OLIVIA | HAT: J.CREW | SHOES: STEVE MADDEN | CLUTCH: HOBO | NECKLACE: BAUBLEBAR | SUNGLASSES: URBAN OUTFITTERS
Heels and a clutch are always a quick way to dress up a look. A panama hat is a great accessory you can add. With a solid color dress, the hat helps add to the look without looking like one too many accessories.