Thursday, February 9, 2017

Work-Appropriate Pregnancy Outfits

Work Appropriate Pregnancy Outfits

You can see other office style inspiration in my 60 Work Outfits, Summer Work Outfits, and Winter Work Outfits posts!

Finding inspiration for work clothes can be daunting even when you aren't pregnant, but it requires a whole new level of energy when you're expecting! No one wants to feel frumpy, but it can be a challenge to figure out how to style the same 4 pairs of black leggings into new and interesting outfits. I did pretty well up until about 30 weeks--I could fit into a lot of my pre-pregnancy clothes, they just looked a bit different. But the last few weeks can be tougher! I put together this post to give myself some inspiration and thought I'd share it with all of you as well!

That being said, if you are feeling huge and uncomfortable and prefer to wear the only two tops that you feel comfy in, more power to you, momma!

This is pretty much my exact outfit today, but with brown riding boots in deference to the 18 degree weather. Love it!

A belt under the bust differentiates your belly from your other curves, which can help if you're starting to feel house-sized. :) 

Soft, feminine, cozy but still professional. I can't pull off a hat at my workplace but I love the rest. 

I wish I could wear skirts and dresses more during this pregnancy, but winter in Nebraska hasn't been cooperating with me so far. Maybe as I get closer to my April due date I can try some things a bit closer to this look!

Love this as well--regular work outfit, just paired with a belt and the knowledge that the silhouette will be a bit different. 

It's also really smart to tie your shirt above your belly to accentuate that curve--plus I'm a sucker for leopard print!

This is comfy and would probably only work in a slightly more casual business environment, but it's still a stylish look and a great way to wear flats--give those feet a break!


I loooovvve the style of this top for maternity. It would still work after baby arrives as a dress or tunic, but is perfectly flowy and feminine for pregnancy. 

Adding a cute scarf to an oversized sweater helps keep your look stylish and not frumpy, without sacrificing any comfort. This would be a cute look for a winter baby shower for a little girl!

Another entry in the "add accessories to regular clothes" category. Investing in a few maternity tanks and t-shirts and then wearing them under your regular tops will help give you some more options without breaking the bank!

I love these! I'm definitely feeling a little more inspired when I look in my closet and see some new things I can do with clothes I already owned. Which look was your favorite? What was your go-to pregnancy style? Let me know in the comments below!


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