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Third Trimester Fashion Tips

Third Trimester Fashion Tips
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At five and a half months pregnant, Elizabeth is about to enter the third trimester of pregnancy. She tells Stacy and Clinton that she does not own maternity wear. To her, buying maternity clothes would be admitting that she is getting bigger by the day. Instead, she wears clothes that are getting tighter and tighter. Wearing this grid-patterned pant is not helping her look slimmer either.

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Here, Elizabeth shows off an outfit that she is currently wearing. She is a bit concerned that the shirt, which was not purchased in a maternity shop, may be accentuating her breasts too much, and Stacy and Clinton agree. Clinton says that she should be proud of her new curves, but they need to be displayed in the right way.

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Stacy shows Elizabeth a look that pregnant women will love. Here, the short jacket is matched with a longer shirt. The longer shirt elongates the body and prevents you from looking stumpy. The dress in the photo has an allover print that helps distribute the focus all over the body, not just on the tummy or breasts.

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Stacy tells Elizabeth to keep buying feminine clothes, but not ones that are too revealing.
Stacy tells Elizabeth to keep buying feminine clothes, but not ones that are too revealing.
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Here, Stacy drives home an important point regarding shirts. Moms-to-be should still buy clothes that are feminine, but that doesn't mean that the clothes have to be too revealing. Here, this tunic shirt has a low neckline, yet it has an insert that will control the amount of cleavage that is displayed.

Elizabeth's Rules:

First, admit you need maternity clothes. Non-maternity clothes will be tight-fitting in all the wrong places.

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Long shirts and short jackets can help elongate the look of the body.

Prints that completely cover the fabric can divert attention away from the tummy and breast area.

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