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