If you've held on to a couple you're in luck, since they're a pregnant woman's dream—essentially a cozy blanket you can wear out in public. We got style experts who have worked with pregnant clients to spill their best outerwear hacks to keep you warm and stylish this season.
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A classic double-breasted maternity coat, our pick here will keep you looking polished and perfectly cozy, thanks to the warm wool blend. The swing silhouette leaves plenty of space for your growing bump, the hood is removable and its rich red hue counteracts winter dreariness. This maternity winter coat is built to keep out the wind, rain, snow and whatever else the season throws at you. The funnel-neck cut lets you flip the collar up or down, depending on how hard the wind is blowing, and the price tag makes this one of the best cheap maternity coats around.
Utility jackets are having a moment, and this Gap maternity coat hits all the right notes: Plus, the interior drawcord ties at the waist, letting you adjust as your belly gets bigger. If you live in a warmer climate, you might just get away with rocking this maternity jacket all winter long.
When you have a more formal event to attend, this dressy maternity coat—worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton herself—is your go-to. The design is meant for after pregnancy too, making the price of this high-end maternity coat more palatable. Share Tweet Copy Link. Visit Our Sister Sites. The timeless style and adjustable waist will be right at home in your post-maternity wardrobe as well," Liz Lange , a stylist who has dressed pregnant celebrities for over 20 years, says.
Earlier in the pregnancy you can belt it to define the belly and then lose the belt when your belly gets too big. Since capes don't have to be maternity sized to accommodate a bump, you don't have to feel bad about investing in this piece as it will work after your pregnancy. Stylist Stephanie Alexis echoes this idea. If you've held on to a couple you're in luck, since they're a pregnant woman's dream—essentially a cozy blanket you can wear out in public.
Ponchos and capes drape nicely around your baby bump as it grows, and you can layer with it during the colder months," she says. The ASOS wool-blend trapeze coat is great to use through your third trimester, the flare nature of this cut actually makes smaller in size and provides optimum levels of warmth. The great thing about both pieces is that you can use them post-pregnancy and still have them fit and look great!
When you have knit fabrics you can layer them on top of each other. If you wouldn't wear it [when you're] not pregnant, don't buy it," Watson says. Typically when it comes to outwear, that gives them a little bit more room in the midsection.
I actually have a couple [empire waist coats] and I'm not pregnant and have never been pregnant," Candace says. Try long tee-shirts, actually anything that has a little bit of length because that's going to cover up the bump. Layer them with dusters or cardigans—stuff that doesn't really need to close," Hanna says.
With a maternity winter coat from Gap, you can keep you and the bun in your oven warm all winter long without sacrificing your unique and fresh fashion sense. From parkas to peacoats, keep your bump under wraps with a . Find maternity coats and jackets to keep your and your baby-to-be warm during the cooler months of the year. Motherhood Maternity. Coat Extender Lined With Polartec Fleece by Extendher. Nylon Outer Shell | Clip On Babywearing Jacket Adapter Panel, Turn Any Zip Up Coat Into Maternity Wear, Doubles As Baby Carrier Protector, 1 Size.