Gloriously Pregnant – How to keep your sense of style and self





Much has been written about the glory of pregnancy. Morning sickness seems to be the most common symptom, but many women find it hard to concentrate, almost as if any hormone in your body is calling "BABY & # 39; and making sure the upcoming happy event is the only thing that matters.

But life goes on. Growing a baby takes time and at that time our routine continues much as before, divided between work and home. For the first time, moms are often surprised at how quickly their bodies begin to change and wonder if they will ever thrive again. Then we usually at the end of the 1st trimester, when the baby is incredible, almost completely format and just waiting to grow, we start to feel well again and can start thinking about how we look. When we are not working on the child's room, the child's clothes and the children's toys, we think about how we should get through the next six months.

For most of us, work is not an option. So please our ever-changing size and shape, just to survive, we need to think about clothes. Not the little woolen clothes and shoes that occupy our dreams, the practical necessities. If you are not rich, or are planning on a very large family, maternity clothes, but probably designed for this phase of life, are an expensive luxury. Regardless of size you are now, in full view, you will be bigger, usually around the center, even if the bust is enlarged. When your waist becomes a memory, what should you wear?

It is not necessary to sacrifice style for comfort. Your child's stop is not something to be accused of, so do not stick in black or navy blue (without your dress code wear it) wear something that makes you feel good. You don't have to buy specific maternity clothes as long as you stick to styles that fit the upcoming bulge. Typically, these include everything that runs from an ok, something with a decorated neck and everything with an Empire-style high waist. For some reason, the last of them is most popular with maternity clothes, but perhaps not the best buy, while bust size increases early in pregnancy to cope with the temporary enlargement of the mothers heart, increasing cup size towards the end, something that can change the fit of empire styles quite drastic.

Collated necklaces can give a tent a look if they are round, but V neck can be very flattering, which gives the appearance of a longer neck area which in turn complements the face. Many women find their skin flowers & # 39; in pregnancy, so the extra emphasis on the face is more than justified. For women used to wear blouses and skirts, the move to dresses (and jackets) can be the most economical, as most pants, with the exception of leggings (which most women find really comfortable) simply cannot accept with the bolt in their final stages.

Clothing for the day is not the only consideration for & # 39; Lady in wait & # 39;. Your bump has to dress at night, and traditional pajamas are unlikely to work. And of course, a suitable night suit can be the most important item in your hospital's suitcase. You need something for the first picture, hold the baby and present him or her to the world. You will want to feed your baby, and many wonderful nightdresses make it difficult. Look for one with simple openings or straps. These work very well when it comes to access, both for your doctor who may need to test or sample and for your hungry baby. Ideally choose a night dress with a matching jacket, so you can give your baby full access when needed and look great for any visitor who has come to meet the new person in your life.

Every baby is special and pregnancy is a fantastic experience. Hormones make moods volatile and women can find it while they may have been relatively unemotional before, during and after pregnancy that they are more sensitive and think it is much easier to cry. The more reason to use each tool, a woman can make sure you feel good. Choosing your day and nightwear carefully for the right fit, style, fabric and color can provide a much needed increase in a time when we are all the most vulnerable.