Fall Maternity Fashion Trends

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post written for JoJo Maman Bébé because they feel their products would be a great fit for our readers, and we agree!

Fall is an awesome season to be pregnant.

You don't have to worry about sweating to death or slipping on icy spots on your way to work.

And the fashion. Fall is my favorite style season and being pregnant doesn't have to mean sacrificing your love of style.

Sure, you might have to tone down the three inches heels a bit and you'll probably be aching for something with a little stretchiness about it, but in today's style landscape you can find plenty of gear to flatter your new body.

Struggling a little to find your maternity style groove this fall? Here are some style inspirations and tips to help you figure it out.

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Show Off That Belly

Baby bellies are adorable so show that thing off. Fitted tees are easy to layer under cardigans to keep you warm in the cooler temps.

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Try Out a Poncho

They're totally in now and they look so adorable wrapped around your growing bump.

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Get Some Jeans

They are easy to dress up or down and they are a staple in every woman's closet, pregnant or not.

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Have Fun With Prints

The horizontal stripe, the color blocks, leopard, zebra, all of that is on the table for the pregnant mama to be.


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Rock a Shirt Dress

They're fun, they're comfy, and they look SO cute.

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Get a Good Bra

Last but not least, make sure the under garments are up to par. What you wore before you were pregnant is not going to cut it once you are.

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Add Plaid

The print is in for fall and it will be the perfect addition to your casually styled baby bump.

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Fall Maternity Fashion Trends

Amanda has been wowing the Internet since 2008 when she launched her pretty-much-useless guide for parents, parenting BY dummies. As it turns out, her parenting advice is not generally useful for more than a good laugh, but sometimes that’s exactly what you need! Amanda spends her offline time (which is embarrassingly limited) running a photography business, working as a social media director for a local magazine, writing freelance articles about stuff she loves, wrangling her 3 little Dudes ... More

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