Spring Maternity Work Wear

I’m beginning to notice a slight change in my style. I don’t think it’s a conscious decision made out of a sudden change in taste as it is more of a change out of necessity. Obviously along with the pregnancy, I gave up the pencil skirts in favor of more dresses and pants. After what felt like an endless search, I found some maternity pants that still fit my style. Slim cut and cropped leg pants can be a bit of a struggle to find, but Gap maternity hasn’t let me down yet.pregnancy work outfits

You know what’s also great about Gap? An abundance of sales. You’d be surprised at the cost of maternity clothing, especially since you can only wear them for such a short period of time! Luckily quite a few of my tops are still fitting or I’d have shelled out an arm and a leg in a new wardrobe! I guess this slow-to-show belly is actually quite an advantage!colbalt blue printed blouse18 weeks pregnant outfitsstella dot dainty jewelswhat to wear to work while pregnantTop: Juicy Couture via Marshalls (similar), Pants: Gap Maternity (non-maternity option), Heels: Steve Madden (similar), Earrings: Stella & Dot, Necklace: Stella &

*This post is not sponsored by Gap. I just think they rock!

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21 thoughts on “Spring Maternity Work Wear

  1. Closet Fashionista

    Loving those pants on you!! And yea, I hope if/when I get pregnant it’s mostly in the summer so I can just wear flowy dresses the whole time that I can still wear post-baby, haha

  2. Kileen

    Gap Maternity was the place where I bought probably half of my maternity clothes! These pants look perfect on you and I love it paired with the blue popover!

  3. maya

    I love this look – cobalt and khaki are one of my favorite laid back color combos! I also second your love for Gap sales. They are The. Best. xx


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