Shopping for women has never been easier. Shopping for mom-to-be gets way harder.
Whether it’s shopping online, or swinging by some stores, staying aware of what to look for, the reasons for looking for them, and being open to gradual changes will allow you to create the best wardrobes for flattering you throughout your pregnancy period. Here are a few do’s and don’ts that can help you set up your wardrobe!
Fabric makes a difference
If you are comfortable with a specific fabric, try to stick to the same throughout the pregnancy period. Changing the clothing on your body might be harmful to you as well as the baby.
Consider playing with accessories
Investing in accessories that don’t matter on the size of your belly, like a pair of hanging earrings or an antique necklace, makes it so much easier to look adorable not just during the belly-out period, but later as well.
Slip it or wrap it
Kimono or wrap-around dresses are easy to wear and help you cover yourself. It also keeps you and your baby warm. Sizes for these dresses aren’t an issue, and they make you look stunning as well.
Making sure of your size frequently and buying the size-perfect dresses will make you look slim and beautiful. Buying a dress of a larger size for future use is going to make you look more fat and bulged than you are.
Invest in blazers
Blazers are a go-to option on any dress for working women. They will help you cover your big belly and comfort the baby inside. They make you feel more confident and less worried.
Avoid heels or any raised shoe
Heels might add to your glam, but they will affect your posture and lay stress on your back and tummy. It may be harmful in many ways to the baby and you. Try to use more flats or sandals as you will feel more comfortable in them, and there is less strain on your tummy.
Keep tight clothes out of your closet
Wearing jeans or any tight clothes that stick onto your body will restrict your free breathing. It is not preferred during pregnancy. Select clothes that are flowy and swingy and fit you lose. They provide space for you to sweat and throw away the waste materials from your body.
Layering a lot is a big No-No
Coving yourself with a lot of layers of clothing is going to make you look fat, and also not give space for you to breathe. One sheath dress does not harm like a kimono. But adding on leather, or a jeans jacket or a sweater might lead to a few very harmful problems.
But dressing during pregnancy is never hard with Sillyboom.
Sillyboom’s maternity collections are fashionable, comforting, and stylish. They are made out of breathable fabric and help you sweat freely. They make you stand out of the crowd and get people talking.
So what are you waiting for? Shop from us now!