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Maternity Nursing Tops and Dresses – Measurements and Tips.

“Place your body here” – a short slideshow we prepared for you with practical wardrobe twists.

Cute maternity tops – Put your body in the image below:

Pregnancy wardrobe tips

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Rouching on the side gives your belly room to grow / conceal the less favorite areas after your baby is born.

If your legs are gorgeous, show them off in shorts.
Upper arms like madonna’s show them off with a sleeveless shirt.
proud of your new, remarkable cleavage? try a low-cut top.
Neck and shoulders to die for? highlight them with a ballet-cut or borad neckline.

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Maternity dresses for special occasions – Put your body in the image below:


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Yummy Cleavage!
Split sleeves to wonders and make your arms slimmer looking!
‘A’ Shaped nursing dress, perfect for concealing a post partnum tummy.

Maternity dress is a must have. An empire-waist shape dress will drape in all the right places while a snug fit will hug your belly in all the right places.
It can be worn for the office or provide a backdrop for glamorous accessories – a maternity dress for special occasions.
If you want to conceal heavier arm, try affing feminie ballet wraps or try our split sleeved dress.

Try choosing dresses that are feminine, flowing a highly forgiving.
Select beautiful colors the will brighten your mood.
You want to look and feel presentable when visitors stop by to see the new baby, but also comfertable for the first few weeks postpartum.

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Maternity nursing tops – Put your body in the image below:


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Cowl neck line provides a nice cleavage yet appropriate for the office!
Rouching on the sides flatter a pregnant belly and conceals more sensitive areas after giving birth.

Look for adjustable waistband, stretch saterial and flattering cut, such as bootleg.
This would be a good item to splurge on because you will probebly wear these for a bit after the baby is born… just like Peek-a-boo’s basics!

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