Maternity Workwear: Chic Office Outfits

Professional Pregnancy
Did you know that a recent study found that two-thirds of women were working while pregnant? That’s the highest it’s ever been and means that it’s more important than ever to understand how to look professional, while staying comfortable during pregnancy.
So for all those working mommas out there, check out these “bump-friendly” looks for a day at the office, a company evening party, or anything in between.

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Take advantage of that beautiful pregnancy glow with this gorgeous cobalt blue dress. It’s the perfect alternative to classic black and is bold, feminine and sophisticated. The body conscious fit and stretch floral lace makes you look longer and leaner and is designed to fit through all stages of pregnancy.

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Trade your laptop for a cute clutch and you’re ready for that upcoming company party, or perhaps a night with the hubby.

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Appropriate for any occasion, meetings, conferences, events/parties, etc….


Make Work Fun!  With pregnancy friendly features like a relaxed fit, longer cut in the front (to cover your growing bump), and super soft fabric you can’t go wrong. The chic, fun design give this look an extra youthful edge.


Use accessories to make it playful or tone it down a little with a classy necklace and bangles.  Depending on where you work you can pair it with dark colored skirts, leggings or skinnies and you’re ready to go.


Stay classy, and comfortable for as long as you’re working with ideas from these great outfits.

Written by Karen & Jessica, creators of


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  3. Love these bold colours! Looking fabulous as usual!


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