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Chic, Sexy Maternity Clothes

By |   April - 13 - 2009

Remembering the horrid, shapeless maternity dresses and pregnancy shirts that bagged in some places and pulled in others, it makes me wish I’d known about Isabella Oliver six years ago when I was pregnant. Thank god! A women’s clothing designer finally understands that we women want to look stylish and beautiful during pregnancy, too, not just before & after! Of course it would take a designer women’s clothing brand to create chic maternity clothing.

Isabella Oliver has taken maternity clothing to a new designer level with wrapping and ruching (yeah, that means gathering). So many pretty details and drapy, flowy fabrics.

Other women’s clothing brands like Gap offer maternity clothes that cost less, but they look like regular women’s clothing with the waist let out. Way out. You may as well go to JC Penney to dress
while you’re expecting.

Not anymore. Isabella Oliver maternity dresses are absolutely gorgeous, the way they move and work with a woman’s body rather than draping it in a mumu. I can’t resist this ruffled wrap maternity dress . I bet it looks great even after pregnancy. You’ve got to see the videos on the product pages of the pieces on pregnant runway models so you can actually see how it will feel to wear it. Brilliant. They’ve even included videos to teach pregnant women to work with the wrapping and ruching to show their new curves in the most flattering light, and a list of what not to wear.

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