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You've got the meetings; we've got the outfits. We're making mornings just that little bit easier by saving you the conundrum of the 'what-do-I-wear-to-work today?' question. Our tip? Comfort is key, stick to classic lines and shapes that accentuate and celebrate your bump, and choose luxurious fabrics that will grow with you. What's your workday schedule? Here's a small armoury of workwear essentials to see you through... The AM Meeting Harness the opposing power of black and white. The result? Polished and poised. Alternatively, try a navy dress. Restrained yet simultaneously warm, and very flattering too. The PM Presentation Look effortless and feel comfortable in subtle staples that work the room. Cue, the monochrome polka print top with a flattering tie detail, which allows you to frame your bump how you like. Plus, the premium soft shirting casts a lovely fluid line. For After's Choose a one-piece wonder that transitions easily from 'work' to 'social'. Just add heels. Super stylish, polished and effortless. Plus, the wrap top design is very flattering, while the self-tie belt ensures comfort and flexibility. Little details that make a difference. Shop the story
Kathryn Tyler is a social entrepreneur and co-founder of ​ Digital Mums, ​ which uses pioneering training to help every mum achieve their perfect work life balance by upskilling them with in-demand digital skills. Her vision is that all mums and businesses achieve #WorkThatWorks. In recognition of Digital Mums’ contribution to reducing maternal discrimination and its positive impact on the digital world, Kathryn was this year named Red Woman of the Year, Marie Claire Future Shaper and one of 40 women ov
At Isabella Oliver we design clothes that love, comfort and support mothers through pregnancy and beyond. Clothes that fit and flatter you and your bump. However, 'maternity' hasn't always resonated within the realm of fashion. Historically, pregnancy was expected to be fashionably hidden rather than fashionably celebrated. 1595 The idea of maternity fashion first started in the Baroque period. The garment was called the ‘Adrienne’. It featured an empire waist, skirt and several layers. Prior to this bumps were to be
You've got the questions, we've got the answers. "How do I dress stylishly for winter?" Stylish maternity dressing during winter can prove difficult. Here's our tips to simultaneously show off your stylish side and ward off the winter chill. 1. Lo