Maternity Monday: Lace Maternity Dress

Ingrid & Isabel’s popular shirred maternity dress has pretty much always been available, certainly since I was pregnant, and is still available today. This is a nice holiday take on that style, and while lace can be less accessible for an office environment, this would be great if you need something for holiday parties, and in a subdued color with a cardigan over it, you could even make it work to expand your work wardrobe while you’re pregnant. It’s really affordable as well — $98 at Nordstrom — and you can wear it to baby showers, parties, and so forth. It comes in nine (!) colors and patterns and is hand washable (i.e., possibly safe for the hand-wash cycle on your machine). Ingrid & Isabel Lace Maternity Dress

Psst: Amazon’s Black Friday deal of the day for toys is on games and puzzles from Ravensburger — including the game Bugs in the Kitchen, which my 6yo likes a bunch.

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Maternity Monday: Drape Front Blouse

This bright fuchsia blouse from ASOS looks fun, and it’s machine washable, too. ASOS has a lot of really cute maternity clothes right now, but it’s hard to find styles that have multiple sizes still in stock. This one is $45 (with free shipping and free returns) and comes in sizes 2–16, almost all of which are still available. Note that it has a button/keyhole neckline at the back. ASOS Maternity Drape Front Blouse

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Maternity Monday: Shirred Maternity Dress

This maternity dress by Ingrid & Isabel has been around for years, and I highly recommend it. We’re featuring it today in the plum, but it also comes in black, gray, navy, and other colors. The boatneck and long sleeves and ruching make for a classic style, and this will definitely stick around for multiple pregnancies. I think you can wear it while pregnant, during postpartum, and possibly even beyond. It comes in sizes XS–L. Shirred Maternity Dress

Two plus-size options are this long-sleeved dress and this three-quarter-sleeved dress from Pink Blush Maternity.

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Maternity Monday: Floral Maternity Sheath Dress

Floral maternity sheath dressEver have one of those days where it feels like you’re moving underwater? Yeah, that’s my Monday. So: Macy’s has a ton of cute maternity dresses on sale (plus free shipping over $49, which is better than their usual minimum, I believe) — this gray and blue floral one seems interesting and fun while also being work-appropriate and versatile. It was $88, but is now $49, available in sizes S-L. Maternity Sheath Dress

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Nursing/Postpartum Tuesday: Riley Plaid Shirtdress

Loyal Hana Shift DressAvert your eyes from the sneakers (though kind of good to know it will look cute on your commute?), and note that this lovely maternity dress ALSO has those clever Loyal Hana zippers for nursing access — so it’s good while you’re pregnant, as well as afterwards. I like the loose fit and the split neckline, as well as the black/white plaid.  Riley Plaid Maternity/Nursing Shirtdress

Psst: Looking for more info about nursing clothes for working moms, or tips for pumping at the office? We’ve got them both…

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Maternity Monday: Belly Belt Combo Kit

I haven’t seen these Belly Belts before — I don’t think they were around when I was pregnant in 2011 and 2014. I used to just take a rubber band and wrap it around my pants button and through the buttonhole — and voilà, more room! But that did have an unfortunate tendency for your pants to gape at the top. (We also had the BellaBand, which we’ve featured, and it’s still around.) It’s nice to see that this Belly Belt extender at Target has you covered (literally) — I can see it as being a handy thing for getting a lot of wear out of your non-maternity pants, particularly if you’re comfortable with a black, white, or navy liner there. These are machine washable and are getting really positive reviews. A set of three is $20 at Target. Fertile Mind Belly Belt Combo Kit

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