A lot of women don’t plan their outfits when they are pregnant and they usually end up wearing terrible clothes that constrain them and make them feel uncomfortable. If you are pregnant or you are planning to get pregnant there are some items that you will need to have in your wardrobe in order to be prepared.
Waist Band Expanders – These are essential if you want to wear jeans or trousers and you want them to fit. You can add them to your jeans or you can simply buy jeans designed for pregnant women. They will even make you feel more comfortable and will make you look slimmer. Buy expanders in the first trimester because you will soon need them.
White Shirt – The white classic shirt never fails. If you want to be comfortable and wear something more elegant you need to buy this shirt. Make sure that it is a few sizes bigger because you will want to wear it in those last months too. If you don’t want to buy one you can even borrow one from your husband, it should be large enough for you in the last trimester and you will feel amazing in it.
Baby Doll Dress or Blouse – If you want to look amazing at a party and have that beautiful feminine look, a baby doll dress will never fail. Also, for an everyday look that will even hide your belly in those first months, you will have to choose a baby doll blouse. They are specially created to offer more space for your belly and make you look very feminine and young.
Comfortable T-shirts – everybody owns a T-shirt and you will definitely have to get a few of them if you will have your last trimester in summer or spring. Make sure they are cotton and large enough for you to feel comfortable. Nothing beats a nice T-shirt when it comes to comfort.
Comfortable Shoes – There is nothing more important than wearing comfortable shoes during pregnancy and you should know that. Your feet will start to ache and will get swollen easily so the worst thing you can do is to wear a pair of high heels or other type of uncomfortable shoes. Make sure that they feel good and if it’s summer, make sure that you are not constraining your leg too much because the heat may increase swelling. Avoid shoes that will make your feet sweat at all costs and you should be fine.