What happens when you mix a button front with a shirt collar and finish it off with little stars? Outfit magic. Prints seem to be popping up everywhere as 2017 begins, so incorporating subtle shades of blue stars against a deeper blue background brings a chic quality to wearing patterns. There is a misconception that pregnant women shouldn’t wear prints or graphics, much like people stay away from stripes, but style is about breaking outdated rules. Not only do mixed prints camouflage, they flatter the bump, making them necessary maternity clothing.
Like what you see, but worried it may not be dinner-date ready? Add even darker blue maternity jeans (with the belly panel, side panel or underbelly feature), deep hued pants or classic black ones, and go into the night knowing you’re the source of major outfit envy. And when you love it so much, just know you can continue to wear this top (and others like it) way after the baby is born.