Fashion fixes for your autumn bump

Fashion fixes for your autumn bump

by motherandbaby |
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We show you show to dress your bump for the autumn weather - it might be raining or blowing a gale, but you and your baby bump can look stylish with these wardrobe essentials.


Autumn bump fashion 2015

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Dress, £39,

A bump-friendly bodycon dress works for every occasion. It’s a maternity wardrobe must-have.

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Check shirt, £30,

An open shirt streamlines your silhouette. Layer with loose knits.

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Sweater, £29.99,

It's essential to layer up in autumn - with changeable weather and hot flushes, loose knitwear is a must.

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Cape, £14,

Giving you plenty of coverage for your bump, you can wear this after baby arrives too - a cape is useful for breastfeeding discreetly.

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Black leather shopper, £32,

This shopper will be big enough for a changing bag when needed.

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Maternity waterfall belted coat, £95,

A statement maternity coat gives you confidence: this belted one works after baby arrives too.

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Wide-fit boots, £19.99,

Go easy on swollen ankles and feet with these comfy wide-fit boots.

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Wool Blend Maternity Coat, £79,

Cover up and keep toasty warm in this simple classic design, with asymetrical buttons and a smart faux-leather collar.

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Cord maternity trousers, £33,

Soft cordroy trousers to make you feel comfy all day long, with a wide knit band for your bump.

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