Thursday, 21 July 2016

Maternity Style: The White Edit

Summer is here, in all it's 32 degrees glory, and at 20 weeks pregnant and feeling like I'm carrying a hot water bottle at all times, white cotton dresses are at the top of my wish-list. I've rounded up my pick of the hottest bump-friendly dresses to keep cool this summer.

Topshop Maternity Bow Midi Dres £42.00
The bow back detail just makes this Topshop dress. Dress it up with clogs or down with Stan Smiths, and a denim jacket is it's perfect companion for cooler days.

Hatch Maternity Dress £210
Nails the cold shoulder trend. Looks oh so breezy. It will see you right through breastfeeding too, so an investment piece, non? The only clincher is having to wait for it to be shipped from America, by which time, the English summer may have turned a little more...English.

Vertbaudet cotton dress £18.90
In 100% cotton, loose and sleeveless. Tick, tick, tick, and in the Vertbaudet sale at a totally beautiful £18.90. I'd ditch the belt though. 

Nine In The Mirror £530
Ok, it's pricey, but it's embroidered, it has tassels and who needs a pushchair anyway? You could just keep the baby in one of those huge embroidered pockets.

Mamalicious Dress £33.60
Great length, beautiful arm detail, Mamalicious gets all the thumbs up for this one. Now, is it still inappropriate to wear white as a wedding guest?

Fillyboo £117.62
In rayon voile crepe for a beautiful drape, fully lined because nobody needs to see your knickers, only downside is that you'll need to float at all times to avoid that grubby hem problem. 

Cos Contrast Panel Dress £55
Not technically maternity, but Cos waistless dresses are perfect for 0-42 weeks and beyond, this loose style is bound to get the air circulating and keep you cool. 

Do any of these float your boat? I'd love to hear what you think below. 


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