Beyonce’s bodycon dress makes her a super sleek mama. Tip: This piece is form-fitting and perfect if you want play up those curves in a sexier style. Most importantly, the fabric’s flexibility makes it comfier than it might appear.
Melanie B. takes a walk on the wild side in this lively leopard print. Trick: prints instantly spruce up any outfit. It also creates a camouflage effect on areas you’d rather not emphasize.
For a prim and polished effect, a blazer will do the trick. Mel B’s white one is right on trend, and perfect for the office or for play.
Laila Ali keeps it casual, but adding a little heel gives her look an instant lift.
Nia Long is comfy but still street chic. Tip: Transfer basic wardrobe staples, like this striped sailor top, tights and biker boots to your maternity style. You don’t have to abandon your favorite pieces.
Lauryn Hill plays by her own set of rules, but they’re definitely worth taking note of. Tip: Statement pieces, whether clothing or accessories, takes the focus away from the bump.
Writer Zadie Smith wears a lovely silk dyed maxi dress and a fabulous turban. She transcends her boho style beautifully into her pregnancy.
Nia Long’s dress is another sexy alternative option. This maternity mini shows off your lovely legs in a style that’s flowy and fun.
An LBD works wonders with or without a belly. It’s classic and cute, and the perfect back-up plan when all else fails.