Maternity Fashion

The Most Stylish Maternity Fashion Collections

Looking for a splurge? These maternity designers have ultra-chic clothes to make every pregnant fashionista look her best. Add a few of these to your closet.
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Rosie Pope Maternity
You may know Rosie Pope from the Bravo reality TV show Pregnant in Heels. Her Manhattan boutique supplies New York women with upscale clothes that are both functional and fashionable (don’t worry — you can get them online too). RosiePopeMaternity.com
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Hatch Collection
This fashion-forward collection was started by two moms who’d had it with frumpy maternity looks you have to trash after baby. Here, you’ll find trendy jumpers and classic tent dresses in luxe fabrics. Hatch clothes have been spotted on celebs such as Kourtney Kardashian. HatchCollection.com
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Olian
We recently discovered this designer line, which carries feminine pieces that flatter — perfect to wear to your shower or to work. OlianMaternity.com for stores
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Seraphine
Known for its stretchy, bump-hugging styles that transition from casual to dressy, Seraphine clothing has graced the pregnant bods of Jessica Alba, Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson and more. Seraphine.co
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Isabella Oliver
Worn by Angelina Jolie (this exact dress, in fact), Jennifer Garner, Alyson Hannigan, Emily Deschanel and more, Isabella Oliver has the staples to get an expectant mom through all nine months, including leggings for those comfy days and bump-hugging dresses for when you want to feel your sexiest. IsabellaOliver.com
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A Pea in the Pod
This well-known brand has its own collection of clothes created just for its store from designers such as Splendid, 7 for All Mankind, J Brand, BCBG and Lavish by Heidi Klum. APeainthePod.com
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Japanese Weekend
For easy-to-wear pieces with a trendy edge, check out this down-to-earth designer’s maternity and nursing line. JapaneseWeekend.com
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Liz Lange Maternity

Before maternity fashion guru Liz Lange had lines at Target and HSN, she was a former editor of Vogue with this revolutionary idea that maternity fashion shouldn’t be big and tent-y — that it instead should fit and flatter. Of course, she ended up outfitting many rich and famous expectant women. Now, even moms-to-be can get her designs at Target!  Liz Lange for Target

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By Elena Donovan Mauer