Maternity Outfit Guide

Maternity Swimsuit {wearing size small}

Y’all sold out the light army green, but this swimsuit comes in a TON of colors to choose from!

Repeat after me: Your maternity wardrobe can be cute, practical, AND affordable.

Today, I’m rounding up ALL the maternity looks for you to browse whether you are newly expecting or trying to make it through your last few weeks of maternity wear. There are a few splurge-worthy pieces that you can wear after baby as well, but for the most part you can find a lot of these looks on Amazon, Target, or Walmart! Seriously, one of my favorite maternity dresses I’ve ever worn is from Walmart…for $14! I’ve got looks from where you’re barely showing, but your regular jeans are a little too snug or when you’re in your third trimester. And while it is important to me to find affordable maternity looks, it’s equally important to find pieces that aren’t classified as maternity, so you can wear them for years to come. There’s a mix in this post of maternity and non-maternity clothing, so I hope you enjoy browsing these pieces as you enjoy styling your sweet baby bump!

Dress {size small}, Kimono, Sandals

Out of all the maternity dresses I have tried, THIS is my favorite! It is $14.99 and you just order your pre-pregnancy size. I throw little dusters or cardigans over it and will be wearing this until I deliver. It is so soft and doesn’t feel uncomfortable on your bump at all.

ASOS Tee {size 4}, Splendid Shorts {size small}

Many maternity tees can be fitted, but if you are looking for more of a boyfriend style without the ruching on the side, check out these by ASOS. I’m wearing a 4, which works great at the end of my pregnancy. But if you are wanting something for first and second trimester, order a size down. I love the cuffed sleeve and live in this top with joggers and comfortable shorts at home.

Dress {size medium}, Similar Jacket

This Target dress is one of my favorite “non-maternity” finds for a bump. Size up and it will work until you deliver and after. It’s easy to belt or throw a jean jacket over, so you can still get use out of it long after you deliver.

Leggings {wearing xs}, Jacket

These leggings from Amazon are a total Lululemon Align dupe! Get your normal pre-pregnancy size and they will fit until you deliver. These are STILL my go-to choice of legging right now and I find them far more comfortable than regular maternity leggings. I hate the high waist of maternity leggings that press on my ribs right now, that’s far too painful!

Dress {wearing small}

These BuddyLove maxi dresses are roomy for a bump but can be worn on vacation after you deliver, too.

Skirt {wearing medium}

Tie an old tee above this skirt that can comfortably fit on your bump. The elastic waist stretches and the best part is this skirt has pockets. 😉

Dress {wearing small}, Sandals, Similar

This IGTV video will share 5 ways to style this dress so you can wear it during any season in your pregnancy.

Maternity Jeans {get your regular, pre-pregnancy size}

I wish I had a dollar for every style of maternity jean I have tried. Some stretch out FAR too much in the legs. Some run way too long. Some dig into the bump. These are hands-down my favorite style of maternity jeans and the cropped look makes you feel still on-trend.

Overalls {wearing xs}

I lived in these overalls my second trimester and if you only want to buy one piece of maternity clothing, let these overalls be them! They are unbelievably comfortable and I got so many compliments on them each time I wore them.

Dress {wearing size 0}

Hatch is one of my favorite brands of maternity clothing and if you need a black maternity dress that can be a little dressier, I recommend this one. It has a thicker material and can work from your first to your third trimester.

Dresses {wearing medium}

I’ve been living in my two J.Marie dresses {size up for a bump} in this warm weather. I love that this dress works just as easily over a swimsuit as it does with wedges for getting dressed up.

Babydoll Blouse {wearing xs}

This is another non-maternity piece that can work through pregnancy, nursing, and beyond. The babydoll style is great if you are trying to hide a bump in those early weeks and then the snap buttons allow for easy nursing after baby.

Dress {wearing small}

I purchased this Free People dress at the beginning of my pregnancy and can still style it now. My favorite part about Free People dresses is that they won’t go into a box after you deliver to never wear again. The flowy style will always work and you can also belt it over your bump for a different style, too.

Dress {size small}

We went to two Black Tie weddings while I was pregnant and I have to say, the options for pregnant women are SLIM to none. You can find a cute wedding dress all day long for a bump, but dressier options aren’t always the case. This BCBG dress has a ton of stretch for a bump and I felt dressed for the occasion. After baby, I’ll belt this dress and wear it with a moto jacket in the fall.

Dress {size small}, Cardigan

If you treat leopard like a neutral {I do!} this Walmart dress is another one you need to add to your maternity wardrobe. I runs TTS and feels as soft as your favorite pair of pajamas.

Dress {size small}, Jacket {size xs}

I know towards the end of pregnancy it feels like you can’t try a *ton* of fashion trends. But one trend I’ve loved while pregnant, that I may have no reached for at another time, is slip dresses! This one is from Walmart so the price was great for a trendier piece.

Dress {size small}, Earrings

Just like the Free People dress above, this Spell dress will work for maternity and postpartum.

Skirt {wearing small}

While not maternity, this skirt was my absolute favorite during my second trimester! I wore it to my birthday dinner back in early March as well. I have lots of friends that say this skirt is actually super flattering postpartum, too, so it’s not an item you won’t wear again. If you style it in spring, just tie a little graphic or band tee above the waist.

Skirt {wearing s/m}, Top {size small}

This skirt is another Amazon find that works well over the bump and the layers make it look far more expensive than it is.

Sweatshirt {size medium}

If there is a time to live in Wildfox sweaters, pregnancy is that time! I wore one when I went to deliver Maxi and probably will this go-round as well. ha!

Hatch Maternity Tees {I wear 0 or 1}

Hatch maternity tees are some of my favorites, too. I have them in a few different colors and they work for nursing as they have a swing-style hem.

Dress {wearing medium}

This Target number is another non-maternity find, you just size up to accommodate your bump and the oversized look will be chic after baby, as well.

Dress {wearing small}

This Anthropologie maxi dress is so good and now comes in a few different colors if pink isn’t your thing.

Dress {wearing small}

This button-front maternity dress comes in a few different style options and comes in a tank-style linked if you will be pregnant during the hot summer months.

Another great option for maternity clothing is Rent the Runway! I’ve rented lots of looks this pregnancy and my code RTRKATEY gets you $200 off a 60-day trial. I hope this helps you get some ideas for dressing your growing bump! Which look is your favorite?!

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