Father’s day is coming up and it’s time to show the dads and dads-to-be some love! Whether you’re celebrating with a picnic in the park, a nice dinner, or a romantic walk along the beach, the perfect look can be achieved in no time so you can spend the rest worrying about what to give the best dad, soon-to-be dad, and husband in the whole world (don’t worry, we have you covered there, too!).
Going to the park for a day out with the family? You will definitely need some comfortable maternity clothes to stay active in. A basic maternity jean and maternity top will always be a must-have on days like this. Just a romantic picnic for two? Opt for a casual maternity maxi dress.
Date night, casual or sophisticated, with your husband to celebrate his soon-to-be fatherhood calls for the perfect maternity dress. We are crazy about two things, lace and chiffon, giving you the perfect ultra-feminine texture and chic look for a night out. Seriously the best option when dressing up because not only will it look gorgeous with its flattering style, but will keep you comfortable with its breezy material and stretchy form fitted design. Add a little sparkle with a colorful statement necklace to instantly transform your look.
From maternity maxi dresses to shorter maternity dresses, you can find the perfect length to rock with grace and confidence. For a more casual date night, like dinner and ice cream, a casual maxi or day dress and cardigan or jean jacket is perfect.
After dinner, a romantic stroll on the beach at sunset makes for the perfect ending to a great Father’s day. A maternity maxi skirt and maternity cardigan are your new favorite pieces for a night like this as it adds just the right layers and lightweight feel.
Now that you have what you’re wearing, a gift for Dad is next on the list. Our favorite DIY to give to our Father’s this year is a hand crafted coffee mug! Made with love and our terrible artistic abilities, we took to the plain white mug with shaky hands and an oil-based sharpie, and drew our appreciation. Even if Dad doesn’t drink coffee, a hot tea or hot chocolate can be enjoyed just the same. Once your masterpiece has dried thoroughly, place it in the oven, turn it on to 350 degrees, and set your timer for 30 minutes. Once your timer goes off, turn off the oven and keep the mug in until it cools down (We’d leave it for a couple hours). Give it a quick wash in the sink and you’re done! A great gift to recruit your kiddos to help with, too!